Acute Medicine: Uncommon Problems and Challenges
By: J. F. Cade (author)Paperback
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Uncommon problems tend to be overlooked; they are usually difficult to diagnose and a challenge to manage. Acute Medicine: Uncommon Problems and Challenges gathers together all uncommon problems relevant to the treatment of seriously ill patients in a quick one-stop reference. Each topic contains both essential diagnostic and treatment information and discusses the implications for intensive care management, obviating the need to refer to specialized sources. The A-Z format with frequent cross-referencing aids rapid access to key information and cartoons throughout aid learning. Intensivists, anaesthetists, emergency specialists and a wide range of other healthcare professionals will find this an invaluable resource when faced with acute medical problems. From Abruptio placentae to Zollinger-Ellison syndrome, Acute Medicine: Uncommon Problems and Challenges will help you diagnose and manage the tricky acute problems you encounter in daily clinical practice.
J. F. Cade is Principal Specialist in Intensive Care, the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Victoria, Australia and Professorial Fellow, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Preface; A-Z of uncommon problems and challenges; Index.
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