Internal Medicine On Call
“This is a very well organized, valuable tool for busy house officers to access necessary and useful information for the care of their patients.”–Doody’s Review Service The ON CALL Series Concise and portable for “on-the-spot” treatment advice Comprehensive overview of the initial evaluation and treatment Features the most frequently encountered problems in a specialty Includes
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Resident On Call: A Doctor’s Reflections On His First Years At Mass General
In these loosely strung-together anecdotes, a seasoned physician looks back on his training as a pediatric resident at Massachusetts General Hospital, affectionately dubbed “Man’s Greatest Hospital.” His reminiscing charts the arrogance and ambition of youth giving way to feelings of inadequacy and humility, and, much later, the launching of professionalism and even wisdom. Emotional fatigue,
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Pediatrics On Call
Preface: The “on-call” series of which this book is a part is based on a conceptapplied by Tricia Gomella, MD, in her book, Neonatology: BasicManagement, On Call Problems, Diseases, and Drugs. The books in thisseries reflect how clinicians typically approach and manage patients; thatis, patients usually present with a specific complaint or problem, whichnecessitates an evaluation
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On Call Principles and Protocols 6th Edition
Ideal for any on-call professional, resident, or medical student, this best-selling reference covers the common problems you’ll encounter while on call in the hospital. On Call Principles and Protocols, 6th Edition, by Drs. Shane A. Marshall and John Ruedy, fits perfectly in your pocket, ready to provide key information in time-sensitive, challenging situations Marshall &
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