Acute Clinical Medicine with PDA Software, 2nd Edition
Book and PDA software
|Print - Paperback||$60.95|
This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. It covers the complete range of acute medical conditions and problems that junior doctors are likely to encounter during the first years of training (PRHO/SHO) - the Foundation programme years.Table of Contents
- Book plus CD-rom of PDA version - sold as a pack
- Contains core information for junior doctors - especially relevant for new approach to training
- Part of the Kumar & Clark family of books
- Divided up by clinical area and problem
- Each problem starts with a 'real' case
- Contains questions and answers to check learning
- Easy to search and retrieve vital 'on take' information quickly
"Whilst the book itself is compact and can be used as a pocket reference, having the same information readily at hand on a handheld computer will be of real benefit to the growing numbers of clinicians who now use PDAs. Using the Mobipocket platform, the software is easy to install and navigate. It contains all of the essential text from the paper addition but without the diagrams and figures, so conserving machine memory...
more than just another handbook for medical students and doctors. The detail and structure also make it an ideal core text from which to learn acute medicine."
Medical Student - Leicester University Medical School, UK
For sport and exercise science students and doctors treating elite athletes, I couldn't recommend this book highly enough. For those doctors interested in the subject who are prepared to take time to understand the basic immune response, it may stimulate them to look at exercise prescription in a different light.
Dr. Mike Stone
By Parveen Kumar, CBE, BSc, MD, FRCP, FRCP (Edin), Professor of Clinical Medical Education, Barts and The London Hospitals NHS Trust, Queen Mary's School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of London, and Honorary Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist, Barts and The London Hospitals NHS Trust and Homerton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK; and Michael Clark, MD, FRCP, Honorary Senior Lecturer, Barts and The London, Queen Mary's School of Medicine and Denistry, University of London, UK