Oxford Desk Reference: Rheumatology
Rheumatology is an ever-changing specialty in which the amount of available information is growing daily and spread across a myriad of books, journals, and websites. The Oxford Desk Reference: Rheumatology brings this information together in an easy-to-use format. This essential resource combines up-to-date, relevant, evidence-based information with the latest guidelines and the experience of senior
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Oxford Desk Reference: Nephrology
In this era of evidence-based medicine, one of the biggest challenges confronting clinicians is keeping abreast with often rapidly changing recommendations that guide clinical practice. While it is clearly helpful to have research-based guidelines and protocols to draw upon, it is not always easy to access this information particularly at the time when it is
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Oxford Desk Reference: Respiratory Medicine
In the era of evidence-based medicine, clinicians draw upon a vast resource of research-based evidence to guide their practice. However, finding this information is not always easy, particularly when it is most needed. In the case of respiratory medicine which covers more than 40 individual conditions, the research-based evidence may be limited and/or disproportionate to
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Oxford Desk Reference: Clinical Genetics and Genomics
This book on clinical genetics and genomics includes many common-sense approaches, useful standards and definitions, suggestions for appropriate testing, and excellent references. It is meant to be ‘first-line’ support. It is designed to provide a basic guide to the clinical consultation, be it in outpatients or on the ward, and is intended to be used
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Oxford Desk Reference Critical Care
Critical care medicine is an evolving specialty in which the amount of available information is growing daily and spread across a myriad of books, journals, and websites. This essential guide brings together this information in an easy-to-use format. Up-to-date, relevant, and evidence-based information on the management of the critically ill is combined in one resource,
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Oxford Desk Reference Oncology
We hope this book will be on the desk of every oncologist to provide an easily accessible and succinct source of information on the common situations encountered within a normal oncology practice. The layout over 2–4 pages is designed to make it quick and easy to find relevant tumour and treatment details. Many international contributors
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Oxford Desk Reference Toxicology
Overdose and poisoning are one of the most frequent acute medical presentations seen in emergency departments, and high dependency and intensive care facilities. The Oxford Desk Reference: Toxicology provides an authoritative guide for the management of patients with poisoning. Each chapter includes key clinical features and potential treatment options to help physicians to assess the potential severity
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