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Medicinos knygos ir literatūra studijoms, mokslui, visuomenei

Andrew Lockey, Peter Cartledge, Caleb Van Essen, Catherine Cartledge

Pocket Tutor Clinical Examination: Second Edition 2nd Revised edition

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Prekės kodas: 9781909836785
Autorius: 
Andrew Lockey, Peter Cartledge, Caleb Van Essen, Catherine Cartledge
ISBN: 
9781909836785
Leidykla: 
Jp Medical Ltd
Išleista: 
2019
Knygos kalba: 
Anglų
Formatas: 
US Letter
Viršelis: 
Minkštas
Puslapių: 
350
Svoris: 0,350 kg
Matmenys: 177 mm × 0 mm × 113 mm

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Visos knygos · Vidaus ligos. Diagnostika

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Titles in the Pocket Tutor series give practical guidance on subjects that medical students and foundation doctors need help with 'on the go', at a highly-affordable price that puts them within reach of those rotating through modular courses or working on attachment. Topics reflect information needs stemming from today's integrated undergraduate and foundation courses: Common presentations Investigation options (e.g. ECG, imaging) Clinical and patient-orientated skills (e.g. examinations, history-taking) The highly-structured, bite-size content helps novices combat the 'fear factor' associated with day-to-day clinical training and provides a detailed resource that students and junior doctors can carry in their pocket. Key points Practical, accessible guide to examining the patient, which remains the bedrock of diagnosis and clinical evaluation Consistent chapter organisation: each body system chapter starts with relevant basic science, then highlights key signs before summarising examination technique Fully-updated second edition features new sections on sepsis evaluation, examination of elderly patients; tips on paediatric consultations; and all illustrations now in full colour.

Preface v
Acknowledgements xi
Chapter 1 First principles

1.1 The consultation
1 (2)
1.2 General principles of history taking
3 (15)
1.3 Forming a differential diagnosis
18 (2)
1.4 After the consultation
20 (2)
1.5 Evidence-based medicine
22 (2)
1.6 Ethicolegal considerations
24 (5)
Chapter 2 General principles of examination

2.1 General structure of examination
29 (1)
2.2 Preparation for the examination
30 (1)
2.3 Vital signs
31 (6)
2.4 Techniques for examination
37 (2)
2.5 General inspection
39 (4)
2.6 The hands
43 (5)
2.7 The neck
48 (3)
2.8 The face and mouth
51 (1)
2.9 Ear, nose and throat
51 (2)
2.10 The legs and feet
53 (1)
2.11 The skin and hair
53 (5)
2.12 Systems examination
58 (1)
Chapter 3 Cardiovascular system

3.1 System overview
59 (3)
3.2 Symptoms and signs
62 (5)
3.3 Examination of the cardiovascular system
67 (14)
3.4 Examination of the peripheral vascular system
81 (2)
3.5 Common investigations
83 (2)
3.6 ECG interpretation
85 (1)
3.7 System summary
85 (2)
Chapter 4 Respiratory system

4.1 System overview
87 (2)
4.2 Symptoms and signs
89 (7)
4.3 Examination of the respiratory system
96 (8)
4.4 Common investigations
104 (1)
4.5 Chest radiograph interpretation
105 (2)
4.6 System summary
107 (2)
Chapter 5 Gastrointestinal system

5.1 System overview
109 (3)
5.2 Symptoms and signs
112 (7)
5.3 Examination of the gastrointestinal system
119 (13)
5.4 Common investigations
132 (1)
5.5 System summary
133 (2)
Chapter 6 Genitourinary system

6.1 System overview
135 (2)
6.2 Symptoms and signs
137 (3)
6.3 Examination of the genitalia
140 (4)
6.4 Common investigations
144 (1)
6.5 System summary
145 (2)
Chapter 7 Female reproductive system

7.1 System overview
147 (2)
7.2 The breast consultation
149 (3)
7.3 Examination of the breast
152 (2)
7.4 The gynaecological consultation
154 (3)
7.5 Assessing for possible sexual assault
157 (1)
7.6 The gynaecological examination
157 (5)
7.7 The obstetric consultation
162 (2)
7.8 The obstetric examination
164 (3)
7.9 Common investigations
167 (2)
7.10 System summary
169 (2)
Chapter 8 Cranial nerves and ophthalmology

8.1 System overview
171 (2)
8.2 Symptoms and signs
173 (3)
8.3 Examination of the cranial nerves
176 (13)
8.4 Examination of the visual system
189 (2)
8.5 Common investigations
191 (1)
8.6 System summary
192 (3)
Chapter 9 Neurological system

9.1 System overview
195 (3)
9.2 Symptoms and signs
198 (5)
9.3 Neurological examination
203 (2)
9.4 Higher mental function
205 (6)
9.5 Examination of the peripheral nervous system
211 (14)
9.6 Cerebellum
225 (5)
9.7 Examination of gait
230 (1)
9.8 Common investigations
231 (1)
9.9 System summary
232 (1)
Chapter 10 Musculoskeletal system

10.1 System overview
233 (2)
10.2 Symptoms and signs
235 (5)
10.3 Examination of the musculoskeletal system
240 (22)
10.4 Common investigations
262 (4)
10.5 System summary
266 (1)
Chapter 11 Psychiatry

11.1 Symptoms and signs
267 (2)
11.2 The psychiatric assessment
269 (9)
11.3 Higher mental function
278 (1)
11.4 Common investigations
279 (1)
11.5 System summary
280 (1)
Chapter 12 Endocrine system

12.1 System overview
281 (3)
12.2 Symptoms and signs
284 (3)
12.3 Examination of the thyroid
287 (3)
12.4 Diabetes
290 (2)
12.5 Common investigations
292 (1)
12.6 System summary
293 (2)
Chapter 13 Paediatrics

13.1 Overview
295 (1)
13.2 The paediatric consultation
296 (5)
13.3 Symptoms and signs
301 (2)
13.4 Examining a child
303 (4)
13.5 Development assessment
307 (3)
13.6 Examination of the newborn baby
310 (4)
13.7 Assessment for child mistreatment
314 (1)
Chapter 14 Elderly patients

14.1 First principles
315 (2)
14.2 Symptoms and signs
317 (4)
14.3 Examination
321 (4)
14.4 Cognitive and psychiatric assessment in the elderly patient
325 (2)
14.5 System summary
327 (4)
Chapter 15 Critically ill patients and trauma

15.1 Primary survey
331 (5)
15.2 Secondary survey
336 (1)
15.3 Early Warning Score systems
336 (1)
15.4 Sepsis evaluation
336 (4)
15.5 Reduced conscious level/coma
340 (1)
15.6 Adult advanced life support
340 (3)
Index 343

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