By Kristopher J. Swiger, Joshua R. Thomas, Michael E. Hochman, Steven D. Hochman
50 reports each Internist should still Know provides key reviews that experience formed the perform of inner drugs. chosen utilizing a rigorous method, the experiences hide issues together with: preventative medication, endocrinology, hematology and oncology, musculoskeletal illnesses, nephrology, gastroenterology, infectious illnesses, cardiology, pulmonology, geriatrics and palliative care, and psychological healthiness. for every examine, a concise precis is gifted with an emphasis at the effects and barriers of the research, and its implications for perform. An illustrative medical case concludes each one evaluation, through short details on different proper reports. This booklet is a must-read for overall healthiness care pros and a person who desires to research extra concerning the info at the back of medical perform.
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50 Studies Every Internist Should Know by Kristopher J. Swiger, Joshua R. Thomas, Michael E. Hochman, Steven D. Hochman