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  • Safety and Security at Sea
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    48.00 lei

    Safety and Security at Sea is concerned with the safe operation of ships and consequently with preventing errors and oversights. This book contributes to safety where it is most effective - right at the site of work, on board the ship itself. It is here,

  • 100.00 lei

     

    Reinforce your knowledge of physiology with this active, engaging, and relaxing review method! Netter's Physiology Coloring Book makes abstract concepts more concrete as you use color and tactile movement to reinforce your memory and understanding of challenging topics. It's a fun and interactive way to learn and review a complex but fascinating subject-whether you're taking a physiology course or lab, or preparing for a career in science or medicine and healthcare.

    More than "just” a coloring book, this unique learning tool offers: 

    ·         More than 100 key topics in physiology, using bold, clear drawings based on classic artwork by Frank Netter, MD and other master scientific and medical illustrators. 

    ·         Coloring exercises that emphasize pathways, processes, and cycles for a visual memory aid. 

    ·         Quick-reference tables and Pathophysiology Notes that bridge basic science with health care and medicine. 

    ·         Workbook review questions and drawing challenges to reinforce comprehension and retention. 

    ·         Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook includes  completed coloring and workbook pages for reference and allows you to access all of the text and figures, from the book on a variety of devices. 

     

     

  • 100.00 lei

    Description:

    Make the most of every patient encounter - from the clinical interview and history to the physical exam, both in-office and bedside. This discreet quick reference by Ilene L. Rosenberg, MD, FCCP, Todd Cassese, MD, FACP, and Dennis Barbon, RN, helps you achieve consistent and comprehensive results when collecting data and determining your next steps. Carry this thin, fully illustrated checklist in your white coat pocket for the fastest, most efficient way to access essential information you need to know and remember every day.



    Features:


    • Point-of-care reminders in the office or on the wards - immediately see what to ask, what exams to perform, what to look for, and more.
    • Fully illustrated memory triggers throughout.
    • Each topic is contained on one page or two facing pages for at-a-glance reference.
    • An excellent everyday pocket reference as well as a handy review for Step 2 CS (Clinical Skills) and OSCEs (Objective Structured Clinical Exams).
    • Written by educators who know first-hand what needs to be reviewed and remembered during the clinical patient encounter.


    Table Of Contents:


    Contents

    Introduction

    1. History and Communication

    2. Review of Systems

    3. Core Physical Exam

    Special Senses

    4. HEENT

    5. Neck

    6. Eyes

    Integumentary

    7. Skin

    Neurological

    8. Neurological

    9. Dermatomes

    Cardiovascular

    10. Vascular

    11. Cardiac

    Pulmonary

    12. Pulmonary

    Digestive

    13. Abdomen

    14. Advanced Abdomen

    Musculoskeletal

    15. Upper Musculoskeletal

    16. Lower Musculoskeletal

    17. Advanced Shoulder

    18. Advanced Elbow

    19. Advanced Wrist

    20. Advanced Lower Back

    21. Advanced Hip

    22. Advanced Knee

    Reproductive/Urinary

    23. Male Genitourinary

    24. Female Genitourinary

    25. Breast

    26. Rectal

    Procedures and Testing

    27. Procedures

    28. EKG Interpretation

    29. Chest Radiograph

    Putting it all Together

    30. Screening Physical

    31. Write Up

    References

    Index

       

     


  • Neurological Examination Made Easy, 6e
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    12100lei 100.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Neurological clinical examinations are some of the most intimidating procedures medical students, junior doctors and residents have to perform. This book’s clear, succinct explanations and simple/memorable line drawings, along with top tips/common mistakes boxes, combine to demystify the subject and offer straightforward guidance. The spectacular success of the book over many years demonstrates that it succeeds more than any other resource available. This 6th edition will ensure the content remains as fresh, current and easy to interpret as ever.






    Features:


    • A concise and lucid explanation of how to examine the nervous system.
    • Copiously illustrated with clear line diagrams and flow charts.
    • Instructions are clear and systematic - what to do, what you will find, and what it means.



    New To This Edition:


    • New simplified line drawings have been added.
    • The new edition contains an expanded summary of how to perform a complete neurological examination.
    • The book will be available on the StudentConsult library.



    Table Of Contents:


    • History and examination.
    • Speech.
    • Mental state and higher function.
    • Gait.
    • Cranial nerves: general.
    • Cranial nerve 1: olfactory nerve.
    • Cranial nerves: the eye 1 - pupils, acuity, fields.
    • Cranial nerves: the eye 2 - fundi.
    • Cranial nerves III, IV, VI: eye movements.
    • Cranial nerves: nystagmus.
    • Cranial nerves V and VII: the face.
    • Cranial nerve VIII: auditory nerve.
    • Cranial nerves IX, X, XII: the mouth.
    • Cranial nerve XI: accessory nerve.
    • Motor system: key anatomy.
    • Motor system: tone.
    • Motor system: arms.
    • Motor system: legs.
    • Motor system: reflexes.
    • Motor system: what you find and what it means.
    • Sensation: general.
    • Sensation: what you find and what it means.
    • Co-ordination.
    • Abnormal movements.
    • Special signs and other tests.
    • The autonomic nervous system.
    • The unconscious or confused patient.
    • Summary of standard neurological examination.
    • Passing clinical examinations.
       

  • 12100lei 110.00 lei

     

    Description:

    This new book is derived from its parent volume Pharmacy Practice and is a succinct, focused guide to pharmaceutical preparations and calculations. Covering everything from calculations to routes of administration dosage forms, it provides pharmacy students with everything they need to know about the maths and methodologies essential to good exam preparation and the safe, effective practice of pharmacy.


    Features:


    • Each chapter begins with Study Points and ends with Key Points to reinforce learning.
    • Appendices include medical abbreviations, Latin terms and abbreviations, systems of weights and measurements and presentation skills.
    • Some chapters also carry self-assessment questions for more complex areas of pharmaceutical practice.



    Table Of Contents:


    1. Using calculations in pharmacy practice
    2. Dispensing techniques (compounding and good practice)
    3. Oral unit dosage forms
    4. Packaging
    5. Solutions
    6. Suspensions
    7. Emulsions
    8. External preparations
    9. Suppositories and pessaries
    10. Powders and granules
    11. Sterile products
    12. Parenteral products
    13. Opthalmic products
    14. Inhaled products
    15. Parenteral nutrition and dialysis
    16. Radiopharmacy
    17. Specialized services
    18. Appliances
    19. Routes of administration and dosage forms
       

  • 110.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Now in its second edition, this highly successful guide to safe prescribing of the most common classes of drugs is your starting point for safe and effective practice.

    The first edition was a direct response to requests from students for a compendium of the 100 most important drugs in the NHS. Research led by Professor Emma Baker identified the ‘top 100 drugs’ by their importance and prescribing frequency.



    Features:

    • The top 100 drugs and the five most important intravenous fluids are presented using a clear, consistent layout across double-page spreads.
    • Drugs are arranged alphabetically and also listed by organ system and clinical indication, providing multiple pathways into the information.
    • Clinical pharmacology is discussed under the headings: common indications; mechanisms of action; important adverse effects; warnings; and important interactions.
    • Practical prescribing is discussed under the headings: prescription; administration; communication; monitoring; and cost.
    • clinical tip is presented for every drug.
    • Single-best-answer questions are provided for self-assessment and to show how information from several drugs may be integrated.



    New To This Edition:

    • Double the number of self-assessment questions, from 50 to 100.
    • 11 new drugs added and 11 dropped according the re-run research into the top 100 drugs in current use.

     

  • 13700lei 115.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Enter every examining room with confidence! Mosby’s Veterinary PDQ, 3rd Edition is the pocket-sized reference that provides you with quick access to hundreds of veterinary medicine facts, formulas, lab values, and procedures. Ideal for the clinical setting, coverage includes key topics such as pharmacology, math, animal care, common diseases, diagnostic procedures, imaging techniques, parasite identification, urinalysis, blood tests, and other lab work. This full-color new edition is divided into 10 easy-to-use sections, to help you quickly find what you need to deliver safe and efficient veterinary care.


    Features:

     

    • Valuable formulas, conversions, and lab values make it easy to look up the data needed to deliver safe and effective veterinary care.
    • Full-color photos and line drawings illustrate procedures and tests, dental and surgical instruments, parasites, and urine and blood analysis.
    • Quick-access format is organized into 10 tabbed, color-coded sections, and makes it easy to find facts quickly.
    • Easily fits in the busy vet tech’s pocket, for ease of access and formatted to find facts quickly.
    • Easy-to-read charts and tables provide quick access to key information that you’ll commonly use but rarely memorize.
    • Spiral binding allows you to lay the book flat or keep it open to a page for quick reference.



    New To This Edition:

     

    • NEW! Current drug information covers the newest pharmacologic agents, ensuring that you are up to date with uses, adverse side effects, and dosage forms.
    • NEW! Information on dental imaging and breathing circuits keeps you up to date on the latest techniques and equipment.
    • NEW! Coverage of the latest testing kits keeps you up-to-date on available products.
    • UPDATED! Information on anesthesia monitoring provides the most up-to-date information on this important topic.
    • NEW! Updated images prepare you to perform routine procedures.




    Table Of Contents:

     

    SECTION I: PHARMACOLOGY/MATH

    Pharmacy/Pharmacology

    • Commonly Used Rx Abbreviations
    • Common Medications
    o Antimicrobials
    o Antiparasitics
    o Heartworm Preventives
    o Heartworm Adulticide Treatment
    o Preanesthetics/Sedatives/Anesthetics
    o Inhalant Anesthetics
    o Analgesics and Antiinflammatories
    o Parenteral Fluids
    o Blood Products
    o Cardiovascular Drugs
    o Respiratory Drugs
    o Gastrointestinal Drugs
    o Endocrine Drugs
    o Antidotes/Reversing Agents
    Medical Math
    • Conversion Factors
    • Dosage Calculations
    • Fluid Therapy Calculations
    • Intravenous Fluid Rate Calculations
    • Nutritional Calculations
    SECTION II: ANIMAL CARE
    • Anatomical Planes of Reference
    • Physical Examination Procedures
    • Assessment of Level of Consciousness
    • Pupillary Light Reflex
    • Description of Heart Murmurs
    • Estimating Degree of Dehydration
    • Body Condition Scoring System
    • Mucous Membrane Color
    • SOAP Progress Notes
    • Common Vaccinations for Dogs and Cats
    • Nutrient Guidelines for Wellness
    • Common Diseases of Dogs and Cats
    • Nail Trimming
    • Expressing Anal Sacs
    • Ear Cleaning
    • Age Equivalences
    SECTION III: PROCEDURES
    Diagnostic and Treatment Techniques

    • Administration of Otic and Ophthalmic Medication
    • Injection Techniques
    • Venipuncture
    • Bandaging
    o Cast Application
    o Robert Jones Bandage
    o Abdominal/Chest Bandage
    o Pressure Bandage
    • Lavage Solutions
    • Feeding Tubes
    • Emergency Supplies
    • Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage
    • Thoracocentesis
    • Thoracic Drain
    • Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage
    • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
    • CPR
    • Intravenous Catheterization
    o Catheter Selection
    • Cephalic Catheter Placement
    • Jugular Catheter Placement
    • Fluid Therapy
    • Tonometry
    • Schirmer Tear Test
    • Fluorescein Dye Test
    Diagnostic Imaging
    • Technique Chart
    • Troubleshooting Technical Errors
    • Landmarks
    • Contrast Media
    SECTION IV: DENTISTRY
    • Dental Formulas for Cats and Dogs
    • Normal Dentition
    • Dental Terminology
    • Charting
    • Dental Instruments
    • Dental Imaging
    SECTION V: SRX/ANESTHESIA NURSING
    • Anesthesia Machines
    • Breathing Circuits
    • Rebreathing Bag Sizes
    • Performing Anesthetic Machine Check
    • Oxygen Flow Rate Values
    • Endotracheal Tubes
    o Recommended Endotracheal Tube Sizes
    o Patient Monitoring Dogs and Cats UPDATED!
    o Capnography
    o Pulse Oximetry
    • ASA Physical Status Classifications
    • Assessing Anesthetic Depth
    • Surgical Instruments
    • Suture Material
    • Surgical Pack Storage
    • Patient Preparation
    • Pain Evaluation
    • Postoperative Pain Evaluation

    SECTION VI: URINALYSIS
    • Catheter Sizes
    • Routine Urinalysis Procedure
    • Gross Examination of Urine
    • Urine Sediment Examination
    o pH Chart for Urine Crystals
    o Cells
    o Casts 
    o Crystals
    SECTION VII: HEMATOLOGY/SEROLOGY
    Hematology and Hemostasis
    • Anticoagulants
    • Plasma Color and Turbidity
    • RBC Indices
    • Semiquantitative Evaluation
    • RBC Morphology
    • Reticulocyte Count
    • WBC Morphology
    • Corrected WBC Count
    • Platelet Estimate
    • Buccal Mucosal Bleeding Time
    • CLINICAL CHEMISTRY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    • Blood Chemistry Tests
    • Immunology Tests
    SECTION VIII: PARASITOLOGY
    • Fecal Flotation Procedure
    • Centrifugal Flotation Procedure
    • Fecal Sedimentation Procedure
    • Modified Knott's Technique
    o Comparison of Dirofilaria and Acanthocheilonema (Dipetalonema)
    • Common Internal Parasites
    • Common External Parasites
    SECTION IX: MICRO/CYTOLOGY
    • Commonly Used Culture Media
    • Sample Collection Guidelines
    • Sequence of Testing
    • Quadrant Streak Procedure
    • Common Bacterial Pathogens
    • Bacterial Colony Characteristics
    • Characteristics of Yeasts
    • Common Fungal Organisms
    • Skin Scrape Procedure
    • Fine Needle Biopsy Techniques
    o Aspiration Procedure
    o Nonaspirate Procedure
    • Compression Smear Preparation
    • Tracheal Wash
    • Appearance of Effusions
    • Characteristics of Fluid Samples
    • Nuclear Criteria of Malignancy
    • Characteristics of Tumor Types
    • Common Cell Types in Cytology Samples
    • Ear Swabs
    • Cell Types Found in Lymph Node Aspirates
    • Vaginal Cytology
    SECTION X: NORMAL VALUES
    • Normal Blood Gas Values
    • Normal Daily Urine Production for Dogs and Cats
    • Normal Heart Rate and Blood Pressure in Dogs and Cats
    • Normal Physiologic Data in Adult Dogs and Cats
    • Hematology Reference Range Values
    • Normal Chemistry
    • Normal Urinalysis Values
    • Hemostasis Reference Range Values
    • Summary of the Lengths of the Estrous Cycle and Gestation Periods in Dogs and Cats

       

     

  • 115.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Innovations in technology have hugely enhanced the diagnostic capabilities of today’s practising clinicians. Yet the traditional art of detecting clinical signs through expert examination techniques remains a fundamental competence for training and practising clinicians, central to the delivery of safe and effective patient care. This first edition of Macleod’s Essential Examination provides an innovative, concise account of each body system examination, delivering the information in a compact, portable format for use at home and in the clinical environment. It can be used in conjunction with the more extensive and hugely successful ‘parent’ textbook Macleod’s Clinical Examination, with which it is closely integrated, or as a stand-alone aide-memoire.

    This quick-reference, highly practical guide will assist in preparation for OSCEs and in clinical practice. Each chapter follows a consistent format, opening with typical OSCE scenarios followed by a concise ‘point by point’ examination template. This is then expanded with a detailed description of each aspect of the examination process, including specific instructions around technique and information about key clinical signs to consider. Exam tips are also provided, along with typical questions likely to be asked during an OSCE. Answers are given are at the end of each chapter, making it an invaluable resource for both self-assessment and in peer-to-peer learning.


    Features:

     

    • The book provides a standardised framework for examination of all the major body systems.
    • Using a novel tabular approach the book provides a clear set of guidelines on what to do at each stage of the clinical examination. It also reminds the reader what are the corresponding key points to think about and sets out associated exam tips.
    • The exam tips are subsequently linked to potential examiner’s questions.
    • Each system ends with a reminder of how to present the findings and relevant tips to maximise your success.



    Table Of Contents:

     

    1. Examination of the cardiovascular system
    2. Examination of the respiratory system
    3. Examination of the gastrointestinal system
    4. Examination of the neurological system
    5. Examination of the musculoskeletal system
    6. Examination of the endocrine system
    7. Examination of the reproductive system
    8. Examination in paediatrics
    9. Examination of the critically ill patient
    10. Examination of the poisoned patient
    11. Examination of the psychiatric patient
    12. OSCE classic cases
    13. Examination and death
    14. Index of diagnoses
       

     

  • 125.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Davidson’s Assessment in Medicine is a collection of 1250 best-of-five multiple choice questions, arranged to correspond with the chapters of the Twenty-third Edition of Davidson's Principles and Practice. The questions follow the style used in many international undergraduate and early postgraduate exams. For each question the answers are accompanied by a short piece of remediation/ feedback with references back to the main textbook for further information.

    This book is an excellent broad assessment text and forms a highly useful complement to the main textbook. It will help students increase the efficiency with which they acquire the factual knowledge necessary for both passing examinations and good medical practice. Although written to accompany Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine, this book can be used alongside any clinical medicine textbook.



    Features:

    • 1250 best-of-five multiple choice questions with detailed answers and remediation feedback.
    • Closely linked to the world-renowned Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine textbook.

     

  • 15200lei 135.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Written by Lydia Lozzi, the bespoke structure and design of Squid's Little Pink Book: A pocket guide for emergency doctors has been developed with the busy emergency doctor in mind - a compact quick-reference and memory jogger that can be easily transported in day-to-day practice.

    The text offers doctors an evidence-based and reassuring confidence boost when standing at a patient’s bedside postulating a diagnosis or for those panicked and uncertain moments when a nudge is needed in the right direction. It helps with preparation prior to a consult with specialty teams - what questions need to be answered and what information needs to be available to offer patients the best possible care.


    Table Of Contents:

    Important Phone Numbers
    Important Drug Doses
    Chapter 1 - Resuscitation and trauma
    Chapter 2 - Procedures and ultrasound
    Chapter 3 - Cardiology
    Chapter 4 - Respiratory
    Chapter 5 - Gastroenterology and surgery
    Chapter 6 - Orthopaedics and rheumatology
    Chapter 7 - Neurology
    Chapter 8 - Coagulation, anticoagulation and vascular
    Chapter 9 - Renal and urology
    Chapter 10 - Haematology
    Chapter 11 - Toxicology
    Chapter 12 - Endocrine
    Chapter 13 - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
    Chapter 14 - Psychiatry and Substance Abuse
    Chapter 15 - Dermatology
    Chapter 16 - Ophthalmology
    Chapter 17 - Ear, nose and throat (ENT)
    Chapter 18 - Paediatrics
    Chapter 19 - ECG—detailed guide
    Chapter 20 - ABG—detailed guide
    Chapter 21 - Retrievals, disasters, epidemics and pandemics
    Index

       

     

  • Paediatric Clinical Examination Made Easy
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    14200lei 135.00 lei

     Description:

    Fully revised, this is an updated new edition of a much-loved book which has built a reputation for pithy, entertaining good sense over the course of six editions. ‘Children are different. Paediatrics is much more than medicine miniaturised.’

    From reviews of the previous edition:

    ‘All in all a very handy book for the student, the resident or other professionals working with children. I had a lot of fun reading it.’

    ‘The book is full of wonderful illustrations, and funny and profound advice with quotations, like the words of Sir Dominic Corrigan (1853): "The trouble with many doctors is not that they do not know enough but that they do not see enough", or the advice to teach thy tongue to say" "I do not know" (Rabbi Moses Maimonides or Rambam, 1135-1204). I have used this book for my final medical year paediatrics exams, the DCH and the MRCP and it has been a great help. It reminds us of the most important and basic things - history and examination, and of course a friendly demeanour.’

    • Short, manageable chapters
    • Clinical examples of examination techniques
    • Very helpful tips and topics section
    • Clinical checklists
    • Simply illustrated
    • Updated throughout
    • New section of ‘questions of fives’ questions
    • Short glossary of Latin terms

     

    Contents

     

    ·  1: Introduction

    ·  CHILDREN AND DOCTORS

    ·  ‘VETERINARY’ PAEDIATRICS

    ·  AIMS AND OBJECTIVES IN PAEDIATRICS

    ·  THE SEVEN AGES OF CHILDREN

    ·  CHILDREN IN HOSPITAL

    ·  THREE PILLARS OF DIAGNOSIS

    ·  2: History taking

    ·  LISTENING TO MOTHERS

    ·  CUE WORDS

    ·  A SAMPLE HISTORY

    ·  LET THE CHILDREN SPEAK

    ·  TALKING TO PARENTS

    ·  BREAKING BAD NEWS TO PARENTS

    ·  3: Approaching children

    ·  THE APPROACH CODE

    ·  THINGS NOT TO DO

    ·  POINT TO THE PART WHICH HURTS

    ·  PUTTING IT TOGETHER

    ·  I DON’T KNOW

    ·  DIAGNOSTIC LOGIC

    ·  SYNDROME RECOGNITION

    ·  4: Examination at different ages

    ·  NEWBORN

    ·  SIX-WEEK EXAMINATION

    ·  THE ACUTELY ILL INFANT

    ·  THE TERRIFIED TODDLER

    ·  5: Systems examination

    ·  THE CHEST

    ·  THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

    ·  THE ABDOMEN

    ·  EXAMINING THE GLANDS

    ·  CLINICAL EVALUATION OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

    ·  EAR, NOSE, MOUTH AND THROAT

    ·  SKIN, HAIR AND NAILS

    ·  NEUROLOGICAL EXAMINATION

    ·  MUSCULO-SKELETAL SYSTEM

    ·  THE EYES

    ·  SURGERY

    ·  6: A measure of progress

    ·  7: Hydration and nutrition

    ·  DETECTING AND DETERMINING DEHYDRATION

    ·  NUTRITION

    ·  8: Developmental assessment

    ·  3 MONTHS

    ·  4–5 MONTHS

    ·  6–8 MONTHS: VERY IMPORTANT EXAMINATION

    ·  9–10 MONTHS

    ·  12 MONTHS

    ·  18 MONTHS

    ·  3 YEARS

    ·  4 YEARS

    ·  9: Examining excreta

    ·  THE STOOL MEDICAL INSPECTION

    ·  CAST YOUR EYE ON THE URINE

    ·  10: Using your senses

    ·  A CACOPHONY OF CRIES

    ·  A SENSE OF DIAGNOSIS

    ·  THE DIAGNOSTIC TOUCH

    ·  THE LAST WORD

    ·  11: Paediatric tips and topics

    ·  NORMAL FINDINGS

    ·  TOOLS OF THE TRADE

    ·  TRICKS OF THE TRADE

    ·  BIOLOGICAL WARNING SIGNS

    ·  CLINICAL CURIOS

    ·  RULES OF THUMB

    ·  MATERNAL MYTHS

    ·  ACRIMONIOUS ACRONYMS

    ·  A–Z OF EPONYMS

    ·  ALARM SIGNALS: ? NON-ACCIDENTAL INJURIES

    ·  MEMORABLE MNEMONICS

    ·  GENETIC GRAPHICS

    ·  ‘GROWING OUT’ OF DISORDERS/ILLNESSES

    ·  ‘THE CHILD IS FATHER OF THE MAN’

    ·  TIPS FOR THE PAEDIATRIC EXAMINATION

    ·  ESSENTIAL CLINICAL SKILLS

    ·  THINGS TO BE SEEN AND UNDERSTOOD BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

    ·  CLINIQUIZ

    ·  CHILDREN’S ‘WISDOMISMS’

    ·  PAEDIATRIC SYNONYMS AND SLANG

    ·  Synonyms Slang

    ·  CHILDREN ARE DIFFERENT

    ·  PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTS: DID YOU KNOW THAT . . .

    ·  AT WHAT AGE CAN A CHILD . . .

    ·  SOME LATIN TRANSLATIONS

    ·  A QUESTION OF FIVES

    ·  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS (MCQS) – BEST OF FIVE

    ·  Answers

    ·  MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS (MCQS) – TRUE/FALSE

    ·  Answers

  • 145.00 lei

     The second edition of the Neurological Physiotherapy Pocketbook is the only book for physiotherapists that provides essential evidence-based information in a unique and easy-to-use format for the current evidence in clinical settings.

    Written by new international editors and contributors, this pocketbook provides quick and easy access to essential clinical information.

     Key feature:

    Pocketbook size for when out on clinical placement or working in clinical practice

    Revised and brand new chapters on neurological rehabilitation and essential components

    Concentrates on the six most common conditions, including stroke, traumatic brain and spinal cord injury

    Use of case studies to illustrate specifics of assessment, management and recommended measurement tools

    Together with the textbook Physical Management for Neurological Conditions 4E, it presents all essential components and conditions for undergraduates and therapists working in neurological clinical practice.

     

    Pocketbook size for when out on clinical placement or working in clinical practice

    Revised and brand new chapters on neurological rehabilitation and essential components

    Concentrates on the six most common conditions, including stroke, traumatic brain and spinal cord injury

    Use of case studies to illustrate specifics of assessment, management and recommended measurement tools

    - Expands guiding principles of neurological rehabilitation

    - Contains completely revised chapters on essential components

    - Concentrates on six most common conditions (stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's and Guillain Barré Syndrome)

  • Pocket Guide for ECGs Made Easy, 6e
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    15200lei 148.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Get quick access to essential ECG information with the Pocket Guide for ECGs Made Easy, 6th Edition. Reflecting the American Heart Association’s 2015 ECC resuscitation guidelines, this full-color guide contains key points and selected ECG rhythm strips to help you correctly identify ECG rhythms whether you’re in the classroom or in the field. Each rhythm covered in the guide includes a brief description, a summary of heart rhythm characteristics, and a sample ECG rhythm strip. And with its numerous illustrations, call-out boxes, full-color layout, and easy-to-read, conversational style, this portable reference makes essential information not only easy to find, but also easy to understand.



    Features:

    • Easy-to-read, conversational tone makes understanding the information quick and easy.
    • Brief description of each dysrhythmia is accompanied by a summary of heart rhythm characteristics and a sample ECG rhythm strip.
    • Numerous tables, boxes, and full-color illustrations highlight and summarize key information.
    • ECG Pearl boxes offer useful hints for interpreting ECGs, such as the importance of the escape pacemaker.



    New To This Edition:

    • NEW! Expanded coverage of ambulatory monitoring provides more in-depth guidance in this critical area.
    • NEW! AHA compliance ensures information reflects the American Heart Association’s 2015 ECC resuscitation guidelines.
    • NEW! Updated content mirrors the updates in the core text, ECGs Made Easy, 6th Edition.



    Table Of Contents:


    1. Anatomy & Physiology
    2. Basic Electrophysiology
    3. Sinus Mechanisms
    4. Atrial Rhythms
    5. Junctional Rhythms
    6. Ventricular Rhythms
    7. Atrioventricular Blocks
    8. Pacemaker Rhythms
    9. Introduction to the 12-Lead ECG

       

  • 150.00 lei

     

    Description:

    General practice nurses are faced with the daily challenge of keeping up-to-date with a vast range of conditions and their management. They also need to be familiar with evidence-based practice to inform high-level decision making. This Survival Guide will prove a valuable resource to nursing students experiencing general practice for the first time. Many universities across England now deliver ‘Fundamentals of General Practice’ programmes. This book will complement those programmes and provide essential information to assist nurses new to general practice. For experienced nurses working in general practice there are essential chapters covering the latest developments such as leadership, quality improvement, PCN developments and essential clinical knowledge that highlight the changes in clinical care in recent years, plus an acknowledgement of the impact the COVID 19 pandemic has had on management of care. This is an indispensable handbook for: Defining the essential knowledge for meeting continuing professional development requirements Understanding fundamental clinical skills to ensure best practice Exploring new ways of working to consult and communicate with patients Investigating ways to improve care delivery

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    Chapter 1 The role of the general practice nurse

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    Aspects of the general practice nurse role

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 2 General practice and system working

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    Background

    External organisations

    Organisational culture

    Quality management

    Quality assurance

    Core practice income

    Primary care networks

    Workforce

    Information and digital technology

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 3 Styles of communication

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    Why motivational interviewing?

    Current practice

    What do we mean by motivational interviewing?

    Evidence

    The importance of verbal and nonverbal communication

    Change talk: desire, ability, reason, need

    Listening to understand

    Open questions, affirmations, and reflections

    Delivering motivational interviewing remotely

    Summary

    Ask, share, ask

    Summary

    Preparatory change talk (DARN)

    Getting moving (OARS)

    Getting started with group consultations

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 4 Treatment room skills

    Vaccination in primary care by Helen Donovan

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    Background to vaccination

    The UK vaccine schedule

    Administration of vaccines

    Education and training in vaccination

    Vaccine ordering and storage

    Medicines administration

    Challenges for childhood vaccination during COVID-19

    Vaccination programme for SARS-CoV2/COVID-19

    Conclusion

    Travel health by Jane Chiodini

    Issues to consider: an overview

    Conclusion

    National online travel health websites and helplines for health care professionals

    Key resources for vaccines and immunisation training

    Useful travel health sites for the general public

    International resources

    Cervical cytology by Helen Crowther and Paula Spooner

    Standard process for results

    Conclusion

    Wound care by Gill Boast

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 5 Management of long-term conditions

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    Asthma

    Definition

    Diagnosis

    Treatment

    Assessing Asthma Control

    Flutiform

    Fostair

    Relvar

    Symbicort

    Self-management

    The annual review

    Key learning points

    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

    Definition

    Diagnosis

    Treatment

    The clinical review

    Supporting self-management

    Asthma/chronic obstructive pulmonary disease overlap

    Key learning points

    Hypertension

    Definition

    Diagnosis

    Stages of hypertension

    Treatment

    The annual review

    Supporting self-management

    Key learning points

    Cardiovascular disease

    Definition

    Diagnosis

    Treatment

    Supporting self-management

    Atrial fibrillation

    Heart failure

    The review appointment

    Key learning points

    Diabetes

    Definition

    Diagnosis

    Treatment

    Medication

    The review appointment

    Supporting self-management

    COVID-19

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 6 Men’s health

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    Issues relating to men’s health

    Midlife crisis and depression

    Cardiovascular disease

    Cancer

    Lifestyle factors

    Male-specific health problems

    What can be done?

    The men’s health clinic

    Male sexual health

    Erectile dysfunction

    Testosterone deficiency

    Lower urinary tract symptoms

    Prostate cancer

    Testicular cancer

    Metabolic syndrome

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 7 Women’s health

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    Anatomy

    Ovaries

    Uterus

    Cervix

    Vagina

    Vulva

    Pelvic floor

    Menstrual cycle (Fig. 7.2)

    The proliferative/follicular phase

    Secretory/luteal phase

    Contraception

    Effectiveness

    Risk assessment

    Combined hormonal contraception

    Progestogen-only contraception

    Other nonhormonal methods

    Emergency contraception

    Sexual health

    Sexually transmitted infections

    Pelvic inflammatory disease

    Cervical screening/human papillomavirus

    Cervical polyps

    Preconception

    Fertility

    Polycystic ovary syndrome

    Premenstrual disorders

    Period problems

    Endometriosis

    Heavy menstrual bleeding

    Incontinence

    Pelvic organ prolapse

    Vulval problems

    Ovarian cancer

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 8 Menopause

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    How much knowledge do you have of the menopause?

    The menopause stages explained

    General signs and symptoms of menopause

    Long-term health implications of the menopause

    Menopause treatments

    Hormone replacement therapy risks

    The difference between body-identical and compounded bioidentical hormones

    Other treatments

    Treatments for vaginal dryness and urinary symptoms

    Nonhormonal treatments

    Cognitive behavioural therapy

    Alternative and complementary therapies

    Nonpharmacological treatment options: promoting a healthy lifestyle

    Common hormone replacement therapy myths busted for your patients

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 9 Mental health

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    Creating services that represent equal parity for mental health and physical health

    The impact of stigma

    Patients with mental health difficulties

    Common mental health problems

    Long-term conditions and mental health

    Impact of mental health and depression on the physical health of those with long-term conditions

    Integration of services

    Psychological therapy

    Serious mental illness and its impact on physical health

    Suicide

    What can general practice nurses do?

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 10 Leadership in general practice nursing

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    Background

    Barriers to leadership development

    Understanding the theory of leadership

    Styles of leadership

    Collective leadership

    What makes a good leader?

    Structure leadership programmes

    Leadership with patients

    General practice nurses leading through the COVID-19 pandemic

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 11 Quality and safety

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    Improvement science theory and methods

    Working in a multidisciplinary team for effective quality improvement

    Building multidisciplinary teams to improve quality

    Implementing organisational change

    Patient safety

    Useful resources

    COVID-19

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 12 Primary care networks and multidisciplinary team-based working

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    What is a primary care network?

    Current state

    Transformed state

    The critical role of General Practice Nurses in primary care networks

    What is multidisciplinary team-based working?

    New roles in the multidisciplinary team

    Critical factors for successful primary care networks

    What does all this mean for General Practice Nurses?

    Conclusion

    References

    Chapter 13 Digital health management

    Learning outcomes

    Introduction

    Evolution of the digital General Practice Nurse

    Patient expectations

    Shared care

    Introduction of digital tools in health care

    Health apps

    Social media

    Animations

    Video consultation

    Barriers in practice to the adoption of technology-enabled care services

    Digital readiness

    Benefits of introducing digital health care

    Person-centred technology-enabled care services

    Best practice for technology-enabled care services at the front line

    Good nursing practice in determining the type of delivery of care offered to patients

    Inclusion criteria

    Exclusion criteria

    National standards and good practice relating to technology-enabled care services

    Incorporating diverse modes of delivery of care into the usual service you provide – adapting to adoption of digital delivery of care

    Conclusion

    References

     

  • Ob/Gyn Secrets
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    Description:

    For 30 years, the highly regarded Secrets Series® has provided students and practitioners in all areas of health care with concise, focused, and engaging resources for quick reference and exam review. Ob/Gyn Secrets, 4th Edition, by Drs. Amanda Mularz, Steven Dalati, and Ryan A. Pedigo, features the Secrets’ popular question-and-answer format that also includes lists, tables, and an easy-to-read style – making reference and review quick, easy, and enjoyable.

    Features:

    • Top 100 Secrets and Key Points boxes provide a fast overview of the secrets you must know for success in practice.
    • The proven Secrets® format gives you the most return for your time – concise, easy to read, engaging, and highly effective.
    • Portable size makes it easy to carry with you for quick reference or review anywhere, anytime.

    New To This Edition:

    • NEW: Expert Consult access provides an enhanced e-book version with the print, available online or on mobile devices.
    • This edition features updated content to keep you current with what’s new in obstetrics and gynecology, including new technologies that can improve your patient care.
    • A new author team leads a team from prominent institutions, bringing a fresh perspective to this best-selling review.

    Table Of Contents:

    Section I. General Gynecology

    1 The Menstrual Cycle

    2 Premenstual Syndrome and Dysmenorrhea

    3 Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

    4 Endometriosis and Adenomyosis

    5 Leiomyomatous Uterus

    6 Anovulation

    7 Female Sexual Dysfunction

    8 Menopause

    9 Benign Lesions of the Vulva and Vagina

    10 Lower Genital Tract Infections

    11 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    12 Ectopic Pregnancy

    13 Induced Abortion

    14 Contraception

    15 Benign Adnexal Masses

    16 Acute and Chronic Pelvic Pain

    17 Urinary Incontinence

    18 Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    19 Breast Disease

    20 Intimate Partner Violence

    Section II. Reproductive Endocrinology

    21 Puberty

    22 Amenorrhea

    23 Infertility

    24 Ovulation Induction and In vitro Fertilization

    25 Spontaneous Abortion and Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

    26 Hirsutism and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    Section III. Gynecologic Oncology

    27 Precancerous Lesions of the Lower Genital Tract

    28 Vulvar and Vaginal Cancer

    29 Cervical Cancer

    30 Endometrial Hyperplasia and Uterine Cancer

    31 Ovarian Cancer

    32 Gestational Trophoblastic Disease

    Section IV. General Obstetrics

    33 Normal Physiology of Pregnancy

    34 Pathophysiology of the Placenta

    35 Preconception Counseling

    36 Comprehensive Prenatal Care

    37 Nutrition and Exercise in Pregnancy

    38 Obstetric Ultrasound

    39 Prenatal Diagnosis

    40 Antepartum Fetal Surveillance

    Section V. Complications of Pregnancy

    41 Genetics in Pregnancy

    42 Cervical Insufficiency and Cerclage

    43 Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy

    44 Disorders of Fetal Growth

    45 Amniotic Fluid Disorders

    46 Alloimmunization

    47 Renal Disease in Pregnancy

    48 Pregestational and Gestational Diabetes

    49 Hypertension in Pregnancy

    50 Thyroid Disease in Pregnancy

    51 Autoimmune Diseases in Pregnancy

    52 Neurologic Issues in Pregnancy

    53 Pulmonary Disease in Pregnancy

    54 Cardiovascular Disease in Pregnancy

    55 Infections in Pregnancy

    56 Surgery During Pregnancy

    57 Trauma in Pregnancy

    58 Alcohol and Drug Abuse During Pregnancy

    59 Obesity in Pregnancy

    60 Multiple Gestation

    Section VI. Labor, Delivery, and Postpartum

    61 Labor and Vaginal Delivery

    62 Intrapartum Fetal Surveillance

    63 Cesarean Delivery and Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Delivery

    64 Obstetric Anesthesia

    65 Preterm Labor and Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes

    66 Placenta Previa and Placental Abruption

    67 Malpresentation

    68 Postpartum Hemorrhage

    69 Newborn Resuscitation

    70 Postpartum Care

       

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  • 150 ECG Cases, 5e
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    Description:

    150 ECG Cases presents clinical problems in the shape of simple case histories together with the relevant ECG. Detailed answers concentrate on the clinical interpretation of the results and give advice on what to do. The book can be used as a standalone method of practising ECG interpretation, and even with the most difficult ECGs a beginner will be able to make an accurate description of the trace and will be guided towards the key aspects of the interpretation.



    Features:


    • The unique page size allows presentation of 12-lead ECGs across a single page for clarity.
    • Several of the cases incorporate chest X-rays and coronary angiograms illustrating the appearances that are associated with various cardiac conditions.
    • All the cases are graded in difficulty and are cross-referenced to the new editions of ECG Made Easy and ECG Made Practical for further information.



    New To This Edition:

    This Fifth Edition has been re-ordered into two parts:

    • Part 1 Everyday ECGs: The 75 ECGs in this section are examples of those commonly seen in clinical practice. There are several examples of the most important abnormalities, together with examples of common variations of normality.
    • Part 2 More Challenging ECGs: The 75 ECGs in this section are more demanding and include ECG patterns seen less often in clinical practice.

    For this Fifth Edition over fifteen per cent new ECGs have been included, mainly to provide clearer examples, though the book deliberately retains some technically poor records to maintain a ’real-world’ perspective



    Table Of Contents:


    • Part 1: Everyday ECGs
    • Part 2: More challenging ECGs
    • Further reading
       

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  • 155.00 lei

     


    Description:

    Are you working as a children’s nurse or doing a placement on a children’s ward? Are you studying to become a great professional involved in nursing children and young people? This user friendly, easy to carry textbook is a practical and evidence-based guide which provides those in the early stages of their careers with clinical information and insights.

    This book will help you to:

    • Gather all the information you need to work with patients, in a concise and structure way;
    • Obtain the knowledge required and clinical skills needed on a wide range of conditions;
    • Have an excellent starting point and great revision aid to refer to when in doubt;

    What will you find in this UPDATED edition:

    • Answers to some of your questions about embarking on your career into children’s nursing;
    • How to satisfy children’s requirements and needs in the ward according to their age and stage of their development;
    • Examples on legal, health and safety issues;
    • Completely updated and revised content written by authors with extensive nursing experience in the field.

    Part of the A Nurse’s Survival Guide series


    Table Of Contents:

    1 General principles of children’s nursing

    1.1: Introduction

    1.2:    Health and Safety

    1.3: Emergency care of a child

    1.4:    Life threatening complications

    2 Assessment and investigations of a child

    2.1: Paediatric scoring systems

    2.2: Assessment of a child

    2.3: Haemodynamic monitoring of a child

    2.4: Diagnostic procedures

    3 Children’s nursing interventions

    3.1: General interventions

    3.2: Specific interventions

    3.3: Caring for a child in a variety of situations

    3.4: Caring for a child in a variety of settings

    4 Common conditions in children and reasons for admission

    4.1: General condition in children: a systems approach

    4.2: Other conditions observed in children

    4.3: Mental health conditions in children

    5 Psychological and ethical care

    5.1: Professional and practice issues

    5.2: Psychosocial issues

    5.3: Palliative care of a child

    6 Drug administration

    6.1: General aspects

    6.2: Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics

    6.3: Classification of drugs used in children

    6.4: Medication management

    References

    Appendix 1 Normal vital signs

    Appendix 2 Units of measurement

    Appendix 3 Drug measurement and calculations

    Glossary

    Index

       

  • Gunner Goggles Neurology
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    The Gunner Goggles Series is the first exam prep resource written by a high-scoring peer group of medical students, ensuring the most practical and efficient study guidance. It organizes topics around the USMLE and NBME content outlines for the required shelf exams and features state-of-the-art Augmented Reality (AR) mobile application to extend learning beyond the book. This innovative series features AR opportunities throughout the text for an integrated print-mobile experience that maximizes learning and test preparation. The Gunner Goggle function allows you to scan pages for integrated AR links, unlocking animations, visuals, and 3D models that clarify complex anatomy, conditions, and concepts in a remarkably effective and unique manner. Gunner Goggles Series: Neurology is one of seven authoritative exam preparation guides that use cutting-edge AR technology to fully prepare you for the NBME clinical shelf exams, the USMLE Step 2 Clinical Knowledge (CK) exam, and successful clinical rotations. Topics are organized around the USMLE and NBME content outlines for specific shelf exams, and information is presented in a highly templated, concise manner. The Augmented Reality application allows you to efficiently study and learn using an integrated print-mobile approach. In addition to unlocking animations and other visuals, AR app access also includes additional content, links to provide feedback to the authors, community pages, and more. All test topics are covered in just enough detail to help you hone in on key points you must know for exam success. Unique! Every disease is described by its stem clues (buzzwords that appear in question stems) and prophylactic measures (PPx), mechanism (MoD), diagnostic tests (Dx) and treatment/management principles (Tx/Mgmt) - the four "Physician Tasks" that the NBME requires students to know about each disease. You'll also get real-world tips for your clinical rotations from your peers - information that won't show up on the shelf exam but is ideal for maximum impact when on rounds (knowing the prognosis for a specific disease, for example). Plus . effective study techniques, sample study schedules, tips and tricks to better retain information learned from review questions, and methods to self-generate mnemonics. Edited, written, and crowdsourced by high-performing medical students and residents and reviewed by experts in the field to ensure accuracy, relevancy, and accessibility.

  • Neurology Secrets, 6th Edition
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    Part of the bestselling Secrets Series, the updated sixth edition of Neurology Secrets continues to provide an up-to-date, concise overview of the most important topics in neurology today. It serves as a comprehensive introduction for medical students, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners, and is also a handy reference and refresher for residents and practitioners. Lists, tables, and clear illustrations throughout expedite review, while the engaging Secrets Series format makes the text both enjoyable and readable. New lead editors, Drs. Kass and Mizrahi, join this publication from a leading neurology program to lend a fresh perspective and expert knowledge.

    New to this edition
    • NEW! Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, images, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
    • Completely revised content covers all of today's most common neurologic conditions and their treatments.
    • New lead editors offer a fresh perspective and expert knowledge.

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    Description:

    This simple, jargon-free text fits in your pocket, providing an ‘on-the-spot’ guide to clinician-performed ultrasound in the emergency department, intensive care unit or in the field.

    Written by an international team of experts and comprehensively updated in its third edition, Emergency Ultrasound Made Easy brings together in one volume the latest indications for focused ultrasound, including those related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The text is highly accessible and easy to use in an emergency. It is aimed at the rapidly expanding cohort of non-radiologist clinical sonographers who use focused ultrasound. However, its broad scope (for example using ultrasound in the rapid diagnosis of DVT) makes it an invaluable addition to the library of any doctor with an interest in the technique, whether in primary care or the hospital setting.

    Simple to read and follow

    Free of jargon

    Fast step-by-step guide to ultrasound procedures

    Clear diagrams

    Tips and pitfalls to avoid

    Multiple accompanying videos featuring examples of ultrasound in clinical practice

    New chapter on the use of ultrasound in small anatomical structures such as the eyes and testes

    New chapter on paediatric ultrasound

    Respiratory chapter updated to include COVID-19

      Multiple accompanying videos featuring examples of ultrasound in clinical practice

      New chapter on the use of ultrasound in small anatomical structures such as the eyes and testes

      New chapter on paediatric ultrasound

      Respiratory chapter updated to include COVID-19

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1 Introduction

    What is ultrasound?

    What is point-of-care ultrasound?

    What it is not (you are not a radiologist!)

    First considerations

    Summary

    2 How ultrasound works

    What is ultrasound?

    Types of ultrasound

    Producing the image

    The transducer

    Orientation

    Driving the ultrasound machine

    Artefacts

    Safety considerations

    Handy hints

    Summary

    3 Abdominal aorta

    The question: is there an abdominal aortic aneurysm?

    Why use ultrasound?

    Clinical picture

    Before you scan

    The technique and views

    Handy hints

    What ultrasound can tell you

    What ultrasound cannot tell you

    Now what?

    Summary

    4 Trauma and abdominal free fluid

    The question: is there free fluid?

    Why use ultrasound?

    Clinical picture

    Cautions and contraindications

    Before you scan

    Technique and views

    Handy hints

    What FAST can tell you

    What FAST cannot tell you

    Now what?

    Summary

    5 Lung and thorax

    How can lung ultrasound help me?

    Why use ultrasound?

    What lung ultrasound can help you with

    What lung ultrasound cannot tell you

    Cautions and contraindications

    Technique and views

    What to look for

    Alveolar consolidation

    Pneumonitis and SARS/COVID-19

    Handy hints and pitfalls

    Now what?

    Summary

    6 Focused cardiac ultrasound and shock protocols

    How can focused cardiac and shock ultrasound help me?

    Why use ultrasound?

    What focused cardiac ultrasound can tell you

    What focused cardiac ultrasound cannot tell you

    Technique and views

    Handy hints

    The heart

    Beyond focused cardiac scanning

    Suggested ultrasound approach to the patient with undifferentiated shock

    Handy hints and pitfalls

    Now what?

    Summary

    7 Renal tract

    Introduction

    Why use ultrasound? Five good reasons

    Anatomy

    The technique, probe placement and views

    What ultrasound can tell you

    What ultrasound cannot tell you

    Handy hints and caveats

    Now what?

    Summary

    8 The biliary tree and the gastrointestinal tract

    Introduction

    Biliary ultrasound: gall bladder and biliary tree

    The gastrointestinal tract

    Summary

    9 Early pregnancy

    Introduction

    Ectopic pregnancy

    Why use ultrasound?

    What emergency ultrasound can tell you

    What emergency ultrasound cannot tell you

    The role of beta-human chorionic gonadotropin

    Clinical picture

    Before you scan

    Technique and views

    Findings

    Now what?

    Handy hints

    Summary

    10 Ultrasound-guided procedures

    Why use ultrasound?

    Aseptic technique

    Ultrasound needle guidance technique

    Central venous cannulation

    Central venous cannulation using real-time ultrasound

    Out-of-plane technique

    Technique

    Handy hints and pitfalls

    In-plane technique

    Handy hints and pitfalls

    Thoracocentesis, pericardiocentesis and paracentesis

    What ultrasound can tell you

    Handy hints and pitfalls

    Suprapubic catheterisation

    Lumbar puncture

    Handy hints and pitfalls

    Endotracheal tube placement

    Handy hints and pitfalls

    Nasogastric tube placement

    Handy hints and pitfalls

    11 Nerve blocks

    Why use ultrasound?

    Which blocks?

    Contraindications to regional anaesthesia

    Complications of regional anaesthesia

    Ultrasound appearance

    Probe and scanner settings

    Technique

    Notes on specific techniques

    Interfascial plane blocks

    Peripheral nerve blocks

    Handy hints and pitfalls

    Summary

    12 Deep vein thrombosis

    The question: is there a deep vein thrombosis?

    Why use compression ultrasound?

    Anatomy

    Clinical picture

    Before you scan

    The technique and views

    Handy hints

    What three-point compression ultrasound can tell you

    What three-point compression ultrasound cannot tell you

    Now what?

    Summary

    13 Musculoskeletal and soft tissues

    Glenohumeral joint dislocation

    Soft tissue infection

    Fracture diagnosis

    Knee arthrocentesis

    Ultrasound of foreign objects

    Summary

    14 Use of ultrasound for small anatomic structures

    The eye and orbit

    What ultrasound can tell you

    The testicles and scrotum

    What emergency ultrasound can tell you

    What emergency ultrasound cannot tell you

    15 Paediatric ultrasound

    Introduction: how is paediatric ultrasound different?

    How to use this chapter

    Paediatric lungs (see also Chapter 5)

    Paediatric abdomen (see also Chapter 8)

    Paediatric musculoskeletal

    Paediatric hip effusion

    Ultrasound-guided intravenous cannulation in infants and toddlers (see also Chapter 10)

    16 Emergency ultrasound in prehospital medicine

    Why use ultrasound in this setting?

    EXAMPLES of resuscitative ultrasound in prehospital medicine

    Handy hints and pitfalls

    Before you scan

    Airway and breathing

    Airway assessment with ultrasound

    Breathing assessment with ultrasound

    Circulation

    Vascular access

    Musculoskeletal

    Appendix: Resources and further reading

    Chapter 5: Lung

    Chapter 6: Cardiac

    Chapter 9: Early pregnancy

    Chapter 14: Small parts

    Chapter 15: Paediatrics

    Index

     

  • 18500lei 160.00 lei

     


    Description:

    The latest addition to the Kumar & Clark family, this thoroughly updated new edition covers more than 200 cases presenting with acute symptoms in the hospital, everything from shingles and breathlessness to chest pain, acute coronary syndromes, poisoning, renal failure and stroke. The authors give clear and concise advice on immediate and further management, management of complications, differential diagnoses, history-taking, tips and pitfalls, alerts, investigations, and prioritization.

    • More than 200 cases
    • Remember! boxes
    • Investigations boxes
    • Information boxes



    Features:


    Edited by Parveen Kumar, CBE, BSc, MD, FRCP, FRCP(Edin) and Michael L Clark, MD, FRCP

    Enhanced e-book accompanies the print book, for ease of transportation and use on the move.



    New To This Edition:

    Over 200 cases

    Table Of Contents:

    1 Infectious Diseases

    2 Sexually Transmitted Infections

    3 Nutrition

    4 Gastroenterology

    5 Liver and Biliary Tract Disorders

    6 Haematology and Oncology

    7 Care of the Elderly

    8 Rheumatology

    9 Kidney and Urinary Tract Disease

    10 Cardiology

    11 Respiratory Disorders

    12 ITU

    13 Poisoning

    14 Endocrinology and Diabetes

    15 Neurology

    16 Psychiatry

    17 Dermatology

       

  • 19000lei 160.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Covering the essential basic science and principles of pharmacology using concise text and diagrams, Dale’s Pharmacology Condensed, 3rd Edition, presents the key facts and concepts that are key to understanding how drugs work and their underlying pathophysiological processes. Each chapter provides an organized, consistent approach to efficient learning and retention of complex information. This concise text is an ideal companion volume to Rang and Dale’s Pharmacology, as well as a stand-alone condensed textbook or review book for exams.

    Table Of Contents:

    Section 1: Pharmacology and Drug Use

    1 Preface

    2 Pharmacology, Drug Names, and Classification

    Systems

    Section 2: Fundamentals of Pharmacology

    3 General Principles of Drug Action

    4 Molecular Aspects of Drug Action

    5 Pharmacokinetic and Other Factors Influencing Drug Action

    6 Pharmacodynamics and the Measurement of Drug Action

    Section 3: Drug Development

    7 Drug Discovery and the Development of Small Molecules

    8 Drug Discovery and the Development of Biologicals

    9 Drug Safety, Toxicology, and Pharmacovigilance

    10 Regulation of Drug Use

    Section 4: Drug Actions on Body Systems

    11 Outline of Transmission and Drug Action in the Nervous System

    12 Drugs and Neurological Disorders

    13 Drugs and Pain

    14 Drugs and the Cardiovascular System

    15 Drugs and Blood: Haematopoiesis and Haemostasis

    16 Drugs and the Inflammatory and Immune Response

    17 Drugs and the Endocrine and Metabolic Systems

    18 Drugs and the Renal System

    19 Drugs and the Pulmonary System

    20 Drugs and the Musculoskeletal System

    21 Drugs and the Gastrointestinal System

    22 Drugs and the Kidney and Genitourinary System

    23 Drugs and the Skin

    24 Drugs and the Eye

    25 Drugs and the Ear

    26 Drugs Used in Anaesthesia

    27 Drug Use in Disorders of Nutrition

    28 Drug Use in Dentistry

    Section 5: Drugs to Treat Infectious Diseases and Neoplasms

    29 Antiviral Drugs

    30 Antibacterial Drugs

    31 Antifungal Drugs

    32 Drugs and Parasites: Anti-protozoal and Antihelminthic Drugs

    33 Drugs and Cancer

    Section 6: Drugs in the Community

    34 Prescribing and Personalising Drug Treatments

    35 Venoms, Toxins, Poisons, and Herbs

    36 Drug Dependence and Drug Abuse

       

     

  • 17800lei 165.00 lei

     

     

    Description:

    Presented in the context of clinical cases, this unique resource steps medical students through the most common cardiology problems encountered on the ward and discusses the evidence-based treatments used in practice. This problem-based learning mirrors clinical practice, providing a useful clinical approach for students to carry throughout their careers.

    Written by Atifur Rahman and Simon O’Connor, Problem-based cardiology cases includes considered and wide-ranging coverage of everyday cardiology encounters - from basic bedside issues to controversial and advanced aspects of cardiology. The only local text of its kind is richly referenced with Australian guidelines, while at the same time incorporates a global element by summarising up-to-date literature and landmark clinical trials from around the world.


    Features:

    • Cardiology cases, which include: treatment pathways and guidelines; summaries of symptoms, drugs and evidence; images taken from real patient cases

    • Concisely conveys up-to-date information and findings from key clinical trials to give a clear understanding of the evidence behind optimal treatment

    • Extensive coverage of everyday encounters – from basic bedside cardiology to controversial and advanced aspects of cardiology

    • Review and revision of clinical examination techniques and the importance of getting these right

    • Enhanced eBook version included with purchase


    Table Of Contents:

    1. The Cardiovascular Examination
    2. Common Valvular Heart Disease
    3. ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction
    4. Secondary Prevention of Coronary Artery Disease
    5. Management of Acute Chest Pain
    6. Common Causes of ST Elevation in ECG
    7. Coronary Artery Disease
    8. Sudden Cardiac Death
    9. Pericarditis
    10. Cardiac Biomarker Troponin in Clinical Medicine
    11. Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy
    12. Atrial Fibrillation
    13. Perioperative Management of Anticoagulants / Antiplatelet Agents
    14. Hypertension
    15. Heart Failure
    16. Syncope
    17. Coronavirus Disease 2019

       

     

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    Description:

    Ideal for any on-call professional, resident, or medical student, this popular reference by Drs. Randolph S. Marshall and Stephen A. Mayer covers the common problems you’ll encounter while on call without direct supervision in the hospital. On Call Neurology, 4th Edition, fits perfectly in your pocket, ready to provide key information in time-sensitive, challenging situations. You’ll gain speed, skill, and knowledge with every call - from diagnosing a difficult or life-threatening situation to prescribing the right medication.

    Features:

    Features a logical, highly templated format so you can locate key information quickly.

    Reviews the indications for, and complications of, common neurodiagnostic tests.

    Delivers consistent, easy-to-follow coverage of the most common on-call problems and approaches, including what to do from the initial phone call, questions you should ask to assess the urgency of each situation, "Elevator Thoughts," how to immediately identify major threats to life, what to do at the bedside, and how to avoid common mistakes for every call.

    New To This Edition:

    Provides updated content and references, as well as an up-to-date drug formulary, keeping you on the cutting edge of current, evidence-based information.

    Includes the latest information on headache, demyelinating diseases, infections of the central nervous system, dementia, and more.

    NEW! Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

    Table Of Contents:

    Marshall et al.: On Call Neurology, 4th edition

    Introduction

    1. Approach to the Neurologic Patient on Call: History Taking, Differential Diagnosis, and Anatomic Localization

    2. The Neurologic Examiniation

    3. Diagnostic Studies

    Patient-Related Problems: The Common Calls

    4. Acute Seizures and Status Epilepticus

    5. Stupor and Coma

    6. Acute Stroke

    7. Spinal Cord Compression

    8. Delirium and Amnesia

    9. Head Injury

    10. Focal Mass Lesions

    11. Ataxia and Gait Failure

    12. Acute Visual Disturbances

    13. Increased Intracranial Pressure

    14. Dizziness and Vertigo

    15. Headache

    16. Neuromuscular Respiratory Failure

    17. Syncope

    18. Pain Syndromes

    19. Brain Death

    Selected Neurologic Disorders

    20. Nerve and Muscle Diseases

    21. Demyelinating and Inflammatory Disorders of the Central Nervous System

    22. Infections of the Central Nervous System

    23. Neuro-oncology

    24. Cerebrovascular Disease

    25. Movement Disorders

    26. Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders

    27. Pediatric Neurology

    28. Dementia

    Appendices

    On-Call Formulary

       

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    Description:

    Written in a friendly, no-nonsense, style, Children in Intensive Care is a quick reference guide to the management of the acutely ill child in the hospital, or pre-hospital, setting.

    Fully updated throughout and rich with useful ‘Alert’ boxes and tables - to make learning and reference easy - this handy publication covers a broad range of essential topics such as drug dosages and compatibilities and normal reference ranges as well as harder to find information such as chest X-ray interpretation and troubleshooting technical equipment.

    Compiled from daily ‘on the job’ collation of useful facts and figures, this manual also offers practical advice about important non-acute issues such as infection control, common childhood diseases and child protection as well as new findings on the management of sepsis, the collapsed child and care of the child following spinal surgery.

    With over 10,000 copies sold, this book is an absolute must for any clinician involved with the management of critically ill children, whether it be on the wards, in theatres, high-dependency or intensive care units, as well as during retrieval and in A&E.

    Features:

    Information presented in quick reference format, with accompanying reference tables, to facilitate on-the-spot usage

    Advanced Life Support Group algorithms provide safe and easy-to-follow protocols to the management of emergency situations

    Contains input from a broad range of paediatric specialists - intensivists, anaesthetists, haematologists, oncologists, air ambulance physicians and retrieval nurses, pharmacists, specialist dieticians, and respiratory physiotherapists - to ensure full coverage and accuracy of information

    Contains helpful ‘Quick Guide’ and ‘Warning’ boxes to provide key information at a glance, while helpful mnemonics assist with learning

    Contains chapters on normal child development, safe-guarding children and young people, and patient transport

    Perfect for use on the wards, theatres, high-dependency units and intensive care units as well as during retrieval and A&E

    Ideal for newcomers and experienced staff alike, whether they be junior doctors or nursing staff

    New To This Edition:

    Additional authorship brings the expertise of Marilyn McDougall, a Senior Paediatric Intensive Care Consultant

    Contains brand new chapters - oncology emergencies and pain & sedation - as well as the latest information on topics including sepsis and the collapsed neonate, and care of children after spinal surgery

    Comprehensively expanded cardiac chapter presents new surgical approaches as well as practical tips on pacing, care of chest drains and basic echocardiograph terminology

    Drug chapter now includes reversal agents, new drug profiles and an updated compatibilities chart

    Expanded artwork program explains clinical concepts and practical procedures

    Table Of Contents:

    1 All about resuscitation

    Cardiopulmonary assessment, The initial approach to basic life support and life support algorithms, Early treatment of ventricular tachycardia, Intraosseous access, Use of the defibrillator, Shock, Useful mnemonics, Newborn resuscitation, Management of a blocked tracheostomy, Needle thoracocentesis, Management of anaphylaxis

    2 Airway and breathing: Including common respiratory problems and blood gas interpretation

    Upper respiratory tract, Lower respiratory tract, Pneumonia, Paediatric acute respiratory distress, Acid-base balance and interpretation of blood gases, Systematic review of chest X-ray, Means and methods of oxygen delivery, Intubation, Ventilation and definition of terms, Indications for assisted ventilation, Modes of ventilation, High-frequency ventilation, Capnography, Use of inhaled nitric oxide

    3 Cardiac care

    The normal heart, The normal electrocardiogram (ECG), Cardiac output, Invasive intravascular pressure monitoring, Top tips for post-operative cardiac management, Important post-operative problems, Removal of a left atrial line, Classification of congenital heart disease, Blocked BT shunt, Arrhythmias, ECMO

    4 The kidneys and renal replacement

    Key concepts, New biomarker, Acute kidney injury, Peritoneal dialysis (PD), Continuous veno-venous haemofiltration, Continuous veno-venous haemodiafiltration (CVVHD), Haemodialysis, Fluids for CVVH/CVVHD, Anticoagulation, Plasma exchange, Renal disease, Hypertensive crisis

    5 Liver function and failure

    The jaundiced baby, Biliary atresia, Acute liver failure, Portal hypertension, Sengstaken tube, Liver transplant Hepatorenal syndrome (HRS), Hepatopulmonary syndrome

    6 Neurology - Assessment and management

    Guidelines for neurological assessment, The cranial nerves, Identification and management of raised intracranial pressure, Intracranial Pressure monitoring, Common diagnostic tests, Diabetes insipidus, Seizures, Dystonia, Demyelinating conditions, Acute disseminated encephalitis (ADEM), Transverse myelitis, Myasthenia gravis, Meningitis, Posterior reversible, leukoencephalopathy syndrome (PRES)

    7 Oncology emergency

    Caring for an oncology patient in PICU - general principles, Central venous access, Chemotherapy - common side effects, Oncology emergencies, Oncology terminology, Specialist oncology drugs, Care of PICC line, Accessing a Port-A-Cath

    8 Fluids and nutrition

    Guidelines, Enteral feeding, Types of feeding and products available, Special diets for special kids, Total parenteral nutrition, Insensible loss, Burns

    9 Blood and electrolytes: normal values, special tests and transfusion

    Normal values: full blood count, Transfusion components, Major haemorrhage, Transfusion Compatibility, RhD Antigens, Special requirements - Irradiated, CMV or Hepatitis, E-negative irradiated blood products

    10 Drugs - inotropes, vasodilators, sedatives, analgesics and muscle relaxants

    Resuscitation drugs, Drugs for intubation, Quick reference guide for calculating infusions, Inotropic and chronotropic drugs, Drugs commonly used intravenous infusions, Therapeutic drug monitoring

    11 Pain and sedation

    Assessing pain and sedation, Treating children in pain, Red flags, Pain summary

    12 Handy hints for various conditions

    Sepsis, Necrotising fasciitis, Neonatal collapse, Sickle cell crisis, Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion, Burns, Care of child post scoliosis surgery

    13 Transport of critically ill infants and children - intra and inter-hospital transport

    Transport team composition, Time critical transfer - Neurosurgical emergency and acute abdomen, Awaiting the paediatric critical care transport team - What can you do to help? Arrival of the paediatric critical care transport team, Before transfer, In transit, Looking after yourself, ABCDE Transfer guidance

    14 Safeguarding children and young people

    Safeguarding children policies and training, Types of child abuse, Looked after children (LAC), Female genital mutilation, Human trafficking, Conclusion

    15 Death of a child

    Expected death in PICU, Palliative care, The nurse’s role, The doctor’s role, Organ donation, Brain stem death diagnosis, Investigations that may be required prior to organ donation, Clinical management guidelines of the organ donor, Religion

    16 Child development

    Normal child development, Children’s developmental concepts of pain

    17 Quick reference to syndromes

    Abbreviations

       

     

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    Description:

    Crash Course – your effective every-day study companion PLUS the perfect antidote for exam stress! Save time and be assured you have the essential information you need in one place to excel on your course and achieve exam success.

    A winning formula now for over 20 years, each series volume has been fine-tuned and fully updated – with an improved full-colour layout tailored to make your life easier. Especially written by senior students or junior doctors – those who understand what is essential for exam success – with all information thoroughly checked and quality assured by expert Faculty Advisers, the result are books which exactly meet your needs and you know you can trust.

    Each chapter guides you succinctly through the full range of curriculum topics, integrating clinical considerations with the relevant basic science and avoiding unnecessary or confusing detail. A range of text boxes help you get to the hints, tips and key points you need fast! A fully revised self-assessment section matching the latest exam formats is included to check your understanding and aid exam preparation. The accompanying enhanced, downloadable eBook completes this invaluable learning package.

    Series volumes have been honed to meet the requirements of today’s medical students, although the range of other health students and professionals who need rapid access to the essentials of haematology and immunology will also love the unique approach of Crash Course. Whether you need to get out of a fix or aim for a distinction Crash Course is for you!

    • Provides the exam syllabus in one place - saves valuable revision time
    • Written by senior students and recent graduates - those closest to what is essential for exam success
    • Quality assured by leading Faculty Advisors - ensures complete accuracy of information
    • Features the ever popular 'Hints and Tips' boxes and other useful aide-mémoires - distilled wisdom from those in the know
    • Updated self-assessment section matching the latest exam formats – confirm your understanding and improve exam technique fast

     

    ·  1: Principles of haematology

    ·  Principles

    ·  Blood

    ·  Blood cells

    ·  Haematopoiesis

    ·  Bone marrow

    ·  The spleen

    ·  Lymphadenopathy

    ·  2: Red blood cells and haemoglobin

    ·  Erythrocytes

    ·  Erythropoiesis

    ·  Haemoglobin

    ·  Myoglobin

    ·  Iron and haem metabolism

    ·  Haemoglobin metabolism

    ·  Red cell cytoskeleton

    ·  Red cell metabolism

    ·  Methaemoglobinaemia

    ·  Full blood count and reticulocyte count

    ·  Peripheral blood film

    ·  3: Red blood cell disorders

    ·  Anaemia

    ·  Anaemia secondary to haematinic deficiency

    ·  Anaemia of chronic disease

    ·  Anaemia due to blood loss

    ·  Microcytic anaemia: other causes

    ·  Haemolytic anaemia

    ·  Antibody-mediated haemolysis

    ·  Intrinsic red cell defects causing haemolysis

    ·  Other causes of haemolysis

    ·  Haemoglobinopathies

    ·  Electrophoresis: investigation of haemoglobinopathies

    ·  Marrow defects causing anaemia

    ·  Polycythaemia

    ·  4: White blood cells

    ·  Leucocyte structure

    ·  Leucocyte differentiation

    ·  Left and right shift

    ·  White count differential

    ·  Leucocytosis

    ·  Leucopenia

    ·  5: Haematological malignancies

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Myeloproliferative neoplasms

    ·  Myelodysplastic syndromes

    ·  Leukaemias

    ·  Acute leukaemias

    ·  Chronic leukaemias

    ·  Malignant lymphomas

    ·  Age-specific haematological malignancy risk

    ·  Plasma cell dyscrasi as

    ·  Investigations in haematological malignancy

    ·  Chemotherapy and targeted treatments

    ·  6: Haemostasis

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Platelets

    ·  Antiplatelet drugs

    ·  Platelet disorders

    ·  The coagulation cascade

    ·  Traditional pathways

    ·  Currently accepted pathway

    ·  Regulation of coagulation

    ·  Fibrinolysis

    ·  Overview of haemostasis

    ·  Coagulation assays

    ·  Clotting factor disorders

    ·  Hereditary factor deficiencies

    ·  Thrombosis

    ·  Secondary (acquired) thrombophilias

    ·  Primary (hereditary) thrombophilias

    ·  Venous thromboembolism

    ·  Anticoagulation

    ·  Thromboprophylaxis

    ·  Therapeutic fibrinolysis

    ·  7: Transfusion products

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Red cell antigens

    ·  The ABO antigen system

    ·  The Rh antigen (previously termed ‘rhesus antigen’) system

    ·  Other red cell antigens

    ·  Red cell transfusions

    ·  Alternatives to red cell transfusions

    ·  Other transfusion products

    ·  Transfusion complications

    ·  Massive haemorrhage

    ·  8: Principles of immunology

    ·  An introduction to immunology

    ·  9: The innate immune system

    ·  Barriers to infection

    ·  Cells of innate immunity

    ·  Soluble proteins

    ·  Innate immune system pattern recognition molecules

    ·  10: The adaptive immune system

    ·  The immunoglobulin domain

    ·  Generation of antigen receptor diversity

    ·  Humoral immunity

    ·  Cell-mediated immunity

    ·  Tolerance

    ·  11: The functioning immune system

    ·  Response to tissue damage

    ·  Immune response to pathogens

    ·  12: Immune dysfunction

    ·  Hypersensitivity

    ·  Type I hypersensitivity (immediate hypersensitivity)

    ·  Type II hypersensitivity

    ·  Type III hypersensitivity (immune complex)

    ·  Type IV hypersensitivity (delayed-type hypersensitivity)

    ·  Development of hypersensitivity

    ·  Immune deficiency

    ·  Investigation of immune function

    ·  13: Medical intervention

    ·  Immunization

    ·  Transplantation

    ·  Antiinflammatory drugs

    ·  Advanced immunotherapy

    ·  Single best answer (SBA) questions

    ·  Chapter 1  Principles of haematology

    ·  Chapter 2  Red Blood cells and haemoglobin

    ·  Chapter 3  Red blood cell disorders

    ·  Chapter 4  White blood cells

    ·  Chapter 5  Haematological malignancies

    ·  Chapter 6  Haemostasis

    ·  Chapter 7  Transfusion products

    ·  Chapter 9  The innate immune system

    ·  Chapter 10  The adaptive immune system

    ·  Chapter 11  The functioning immune system

    ·  Chapter 12  Immune dysfunction

    ·  Chapter 13  Medical intervention

    ·  Extended-matching questions (EMQs)

    ·  Chapter 1  Principles of haematology

    ·  Chapter 2  Red Blood cells and haemoglobin

    ·  Chapter 3  Red blood cell disorders

    ·  Chapter 5  Haematological malignancies

    ·  Chapter 6  Haemostasis

    ·  Chapter 7  Transfusion products

    ·  Chapter 9  The innate immune system

    ·  Chapter 10  The adaptive immune system

    ·  Chapter 11  The functioning immune system

    ·  Chapter 12  Immune dysfunction

    ·  Chapter 13  Medical intervention

    ·  SBA answers

    ·  Chapter 1  Principles of haematology

    ·  Chapter 2  Red Blood cells and haemoglobin

    ·  Chapter 3  Red blood cell disorders

    ·  Chapter 4  White blood cells

    ·  Chapter 5  Haematological malignancies

    ·  Chapter 6  Haemostasis

    ·  Chapter 7  Transfusion products

    ·  Chapter 9  The innate immune system

    ·  Chapter 10  The adaptive immune system

    ·  Chapter 11  The functioning immune system

    ·  Chapter 12  Immune dysfunction

    ·  Chapter 13  Medical intervention

    ·  EMQ answers

    ·  Chapter 1  Principles of haematology

    ·  Chapter 2  Red Blood cells and haemoglobin

    ·  Chapter 3  Red blood cell disorders

    ·  Chapter 5  Haematological malignancies

    ·  Chapter 6  Haemostasis

    ·  Chapter 7  Transfusion products

    ·  Chapter 9  The innate immune system

    ·  Chapter 10  The adaptive immune system

    ·  Chapter 11  The functioning immune system

    ·  Chapter 12  Immune dysfunction

    ·  Chapter 13  Medical intervention

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    Description:
     

    Crash Course - your effective every-day study companion PLUS the perfect antidote for exam stress! Save time and be assured you have the essential information you need in one place to excel on your course and achieve exam success.

    A winning formula now for over 20 years, each series volume has been fine-tuned and fully updated - with an improved full-colour layout tailored to make your life easier. Especially written by senior students or junior doctors - those who understand what is essential for exam success - with all information thoroughly checked and quality assured by expert Faculty Advisers, the result are books which exactly meet your needs and you know you can trust.

    Each chapter guides you succinctly through the full range of curriculum topics, integrating clinical considerations with the relevant basic science and avoiding unnecessary or confusing detail. A range of text boxes help you get to the hints, tips and key points you need fast! A fully revised self-assessment section matching the latest exam formats is included to check your understanding and aid exam preparation. The accompanying enhanced, downloadable eBook completes this invaluable learning package.

    Series volumes have been honed to meet the requirements of today’s medical students, although the range of other health students and professionals who need rapid access to the essentials of cardiology will also love the unique approach of Crash Course. Whether you need to get out of a fix or aim for a distinction Crash Course is for you!

    Provides the exam syllabus in one place - saves valuable revision time

    Written by senior students and recent graduates - those closest to what is essential for exam success

    Quality assured by leading Faculty Advisors - ensures complete accuracy of information

    Features the ever popular 'Hints and Tips' boxes and other useful aide-mémoires - distilled wisdom from those in the know

    Updated self-assessment section matching the latest exam formats - confirm your understanding and improve exam technique fast

     

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    Food and Wine Festivals and Events Around the Worldis a pioneering text that recognises the importance of this rapidly growing aspect of the tourism industry. Food and wine festivals and events play a significant role in rural and urban development and re

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    Description:

     

    Perfect for reinforcing knowledge in any level histology course, Netter's Histology Cut-Out Flash Cards, 2nd Edition, offer a convenient and portable histology review – including gross anatomy and histopathology for today’s integrated courses and even more clinical relevance. User-friendly and engaging to use, these 200 superbly illustrated cards increase your understanding of important structures and reinforce your understanding of how the human body works in health as well as illness and injury.

    • Microscopic features of cells, tissues, and organs are clearly depicted with classic Netter anatomy illustrations and extensive additional images including histology slides and light and electron micrographs. 
    • More basic principles, clinical correlations, and histopathology content prepares you for commonly tested topics on board exams. 
    • Master the histology knowledge you need to know by using these flash cards in conjunction with Netter's Essential Histology, 3rd Edition, also by Drs. Ovalle and Nahirney. The cards are cross referenced to the text, making it easy to find more in-depth information on any topic.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1.    Section 1. Cells and Tissues

    2.    1. The Cell

    3.    The Cell

    4.    The Cell

    5.    Cell Junctions

    6.    Cell Junctions

    7.    Nucleus

    8.    Nucleus

    9.    Nucleus

    10.  Nucleus

    11.  Mitochondria

    12.  Mitochondria

    13.  Ribosomes

    14.  Ribosomes

    15.  Golgi Complex

    16.  Golgi Complex

    17.  Cytoplasm

    18.  Cytoplasm

    19.  Inclusions

    20.  Inclusions

    21.  Cytoplasmic Vesicles

    22.  Cytoplasmic Vesicles

    23.  Cytoskeleton

    24.  Cytoskeleton

    25.  Histopathology

    26.  Histopathology

    27.  2. Epithelium and Exocrine Glands

    28.  Classification of Epithelia

    29.  Classification of Epithelia

    30.  Simple Squamous Epithelium

    31.  Simple Squamous Epithelium

    32.  Simple Columnar and Pseudostratified Epithelia

    33.  Simple Columnar and Pseudostratified Epithelia

    34.  Simple Columnar Epithelium

    35.  Simple Columnar Epithelium

    36.  Stratified Squamous Keratinized Epithelium

    37.  Stratified Squamous Keratinized Epithelium

    38.  Stratified Epithelium

    39.  Stratified Epithelium

    40.  Transitional Epithelium

    41.  Transitional Epithelium

    42.  Classification of Exocrine Glands

    43.  Classification of Exocrine Glands

    44.  Serous Cells

    45.  Serous Cells

    46.  Mucous Cells

    47.  Mucous Cells

    48.  Mammary Gland

    49.  Mammary Gland

    50.  Breast Cancer

    51.  Breast Cancer

    52.  3. Connective Tissue

    53.  Loose Connective Tissue

    54.  Loose Connective Tissue

    55.  Dense Connective Tissue

    56.  Dense Connective Tissue

    57.  Fibroblasts

    58.  Fibroblasts

    59.  Collagen

    60.  Collagen

    61.  Elastic Connective Tissue

    62.  Elastic Connective Tissue

    63.  Reticular Connective Tissue

    64.  Reticular Connective Tissue

    65.  Mast Cells

    66.  Mast Cells

    67.  Plasma Cells

    68.  Plasma Cells

    69.  Macrophages

    70.  Macrophages

    71.  Adipose Tissue

    72.  Adipose Tissue

    73.  Fibrosarcoma

    74.  Fibrosarcoma

    75.  4. Muscle Tissue

    76.  Skeletal Muscle

    77.  Skeletal Muscle

    78.  Skeletal Muscle

    79.  Skeletal Muscle

    80.  Sarcomere

    81.  Sarcomere

    82.  Satellite Cells

    83.  Satellite Cells

    84.  Neuromuscular Junction

    85.  Neuromuscular Junction

    86.  Cardiac Muscle

    87.  Cardiac Muscle

    88.  Cardiac Muscle

    89.  Cardiac Muscle

    90.  Cardiac Conduction System

    91.  Cardiac Conduction System

    92.  Smooth Muscle

    93.  Smooth Muscle

    94.  Smooth Muscle

    95.  Smooth Muscle

    96.  Myocardial Infarction

    97.  Myocardial Infarction

    98.  5. Nervous Tissue

    99.  Meninges

    100.               Meninges

    101.               Cerebrum

    102.               Cerebrum

    103.               Cerebellum

    104.               Cerebellum

    105.               Neuron

    106.               Neuron

    107.               Neuron

    108.               Neuron

    109.               Synapse in the Central Nervous System

    110.               Synapse in the Central Nervous System

    111.               Blood-Brain Barrier

    112.               Blood-Brain Barrier

    113.               Choroid Plexus

    114.               Choroid Plexus

    115.               Spinal Cord

    116.               Spinal Cord

    117.               Peripheral Nerve

    118.               Peripheral Nerve

    119.               Peripheral Nerve

    120.               Peripheral Ganglia

    121.               Peripheral Ganglia

    122.               Alzheimer Disease

    123.               Alzheimer Disease

    124.               6. Cartilage and Bone

    125.               Articular Hyaline Cartilage

    126.               Articular Hyaline Cartilage

    127.               Hyaline Cartilage

    128.               Hyaline Cartilage

    129.               Fibrocartilage

    130.               Fibrocartilage

    131.               Elastic Cartilage

    132.               Elastic Cartilage

    133.               Chondrocyte

    134.               Chondrocyte

    135.               Growth Plate

    136.               Growth Plate

    137.               Spongy Bone

    138.               Spongy Bone

    139.               Cells of Bone

    140.               Cells of Bone

    141.               Compact Bone

    142.               Compact Bone

    143.               Synovium

    144.               Synovium

    145.               Osteosarcoma

    146.               Osteosarcoma

    147.               7. Blood and Bone Marrow

    148.               Formed Elements of Blood

    149.               Formed Elements of Blood

    150.               Erythrocytes and Platelets

    151.               Erythrocytes and Platelets

    152.               Neutrophil

    153.               Neutrophil

    154.               Eosinophil

    155.               Eosinophil

    156.               Basophil

    157.               Basophil

    158.               Lymphocyte

    159.               Lymphocyte

    160.               Monocyte

    161.               Monocyte

    162.               Bone Marrow

    163.               Bone Marrow

    164.               Megakaryocyte

    165.               Megakaryocyte

    166.               Erythropoiesis and Granulocytopoiesis

    167.               Erythropoiesis and Granulocytopoiesis

    168.               Multiple Myeloma

    169.               Multiple Myeloma

    170.               Section 2. Systems

    171.               8. Cardiovascular System

    172.               Atrium

    173.               Atrium

    174.               Heart Wall and Pericardium

    175.               Heart Wall and Pericardium

    176.               Aorta

    177.               Aorta

    178.               Coronary Artery

    179.               Coronary Artery

    180.               Arteriole

    181.               Arteriole

    182.               Arteriole and Venule

    183.               Arteriole and Venule

    184.               Small Vein

    185.               Small Vein

    186.               Endothelium

    187.               Endothelium

    188.               Tight Capillary

    189.               Tight Capillary

    190.               Fenestrated Capillary

    191.               Fenestrated Capillary

    192.               Lymphatic Vessel

    193.               Lymphatic Vessel

    194.               Atherosclerosis

    195.               Atherosclerosis

    196.               9. Lymphoid System

    197.               Lymphoid Tissue

    198.               Lymphoid Tissue

    199.               Lymphatic Vessel

    200.               Lymphatic Vessel

    201.               Lymph Node

    202.               Lymph Node

    203.               Lymph Node

    204.               Lymph Node

    205.               High Endothelial Venule

    206.               High Endothelial Venule

    207.               Tonsil

    208.               Tonsil

    209.               Thymus

    210.               Thymus

    211.               Spleen

    212.               Spleen

    213.               White Pulp

    214.               White Pulp

    215.               Red Pulp

    216.               Red Pulp

    217.               Hodgkin Disease

    218.               Hodgkin Disease

    219.               10. Endocrine System

    220.               Pituitary

    221.               Pituitary

    222.               Intermediate Lobe

    223.               Intermediate Lobe

    224.               Anterior Pituitary

    225.               Anterior Pituitary

    226.               Posterior Pituitary

    227.               Posterior Pituitary

    228.               Thyroid

    229.               Thyroid

    230.               Parathyroid

    231.               Parathyroid

    232.               Adrenal

    233.               Adrenal

    234.               Adrenal

    235.               Adrenal

    236.               Spongiocyte

    237.               Spongiocyte

    238.               Pancreas

    239.               Pancreas

    240.               Islet of Langerhans

    241.               Islet of Langerhans

    242.               Pineal

    243.               Pineal

    244.               Multinodular Goiter

    245.               Multinodular Goiter

    246.               11. Integumentary System

    247.               Thin Skin

    248.               Thin Skin

    249.               Thick Skin

    250.               Thick Skin

    251.               Epidermis

    252.               Epidermis

    253.               Keratinocytes

    254.               Keratinocytes

    255.               Melanocytes

    256.               Melanocytes

    257.               Langerhans Cells

    258.               Langerhans Cells

    259.               Vasculature of the Dermis

    260.               Vasculature of the Dermis

    261.               Eccrine Sweat Gland

    262.               Eccrine Sweat Gland

    263.               Pilosebaceous Unit

    264.               Pilosebaceous Unit

    265.               Hair and Its Follicle

    266.               Hair and Its Follicle

    267.               Sebaceous Gland

    268.               Sebaceous Gland

    269.               Nails

    270.               Nails

    271.               Basal Cell Carcinoma

    272.               Basal Cell Carcinoma

    273.               12. Upper Digestive System

    274.               Lip

    275.               Lip

    276.               Gingiva

    277.               Gingiva

    278.               Tongue

    279.               Tongue

    280.               Palate

    281.               Palate

    282.               Teeth

    283.               Teeth

    284.               Salivary Glands

    285.               Salivary Glands

    286.               Striated Ducts

    287.               Striated Ducts

    288.               Esophagus

    289.               Esophagus

    290.               Esophagus

    291.               Esophagus

    292.               Esophagogastric Junction

    293.               Esophagogastric Junction

    294.               Enteric Nervous System

    295.               Enteric Nervous System

    296.               Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    297.               Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    298.               13. Lower Digestive System

    299.               Stomach

    300.               Stomach

    301.               Stomach

    302.               Stomach

    303.               Parietal Cells

    304.               Parietal Cells

    305.               Chief Cells

    306.               Chief Cells

    307.               Enteroendocrine Cells

    308.               Enteroendocrine Cells

    309.               Duodenum

    310.               Duodenum

    311.               Jejunum

    312.               Jejunum

    313.               Gastroduodenal Junction

    314.               Gastroduodenal Junction

    315.               Enterocytes

    316.               Enterocytes

    317.               Goblet Cells

    318.               Goblet Cells

    319.               Paneth Cells

    320.               Paneth Cells

    321.               Appendix

    322.               Appendix

    323.               Rectoanal Junction

    324.               Rectoanal Junction

    325.               Colorectal Cancer

    326.               Colorectal Cancer

    327.               14. Liver, Gallbladder, and Exocrine Pancreas

    328.               Liver

    329.               Liver

    330.               Hepatic Lobule

    331.               Hepatic Lobule

    332.               Portal Tract and Central Vein

    333.               Portal Tract and Central Vein

    334.               Liver Acinus

    335.               Liver Acinus

    336.               Hepatocyte

    337.               Hepatocyte

    338.               Hepatocyte

    339.               Hepatocyte

    340.               Hepatic Sinusoid

    341.               Hepatic Sinusoid

    342.               Biliary Duct System

    343.               Biliary Duct System

    344.               Gallbladder

    345.               Gallbladder

    346.               Gallbladder Epithelium

    347.               Gallbladder Epithelium

    348.               Pancreas

    349.               Pancreas

    350.               Pancreatic Acinus

    351.               Pancreatic Acinus

    352.               Fatty Liver Disease

    353.               Fatty Liver Disease

    354.               15. Respiratory System

    355.               Respiratory Mucosa

    356.               Respiratory Mucosa

    357.               Epiglottis

    358.               Epiglottis

    359.               Larynx and Vocal Cord

    360.               Larynx and Vocal Cord

    361.               Trachea

    362.               Trachea

    363.               Tracheal Epithelium

    364.               Tracheal Epithelium

    365.               Respiratory Cilia

    366.               Respiratory Cilia

    367.               Bronchus

    368.               Bronchus

    369.               Bronchiole

    370.               Bronchiole

    371.               Club Cells

    372.               Club Cells

    373.               Pulmonary Alveoli

    374.               Pulmonary Alveoli

    375.               Blood-Air Barrier

    376.               Blood-Air Barrier

    377.               Type II Pneumocyte

    378.               Type II Pneumocyte

    379.               Pneumonia

    380.               Pneumonia

    381.               16. Urinary System

    382.               Kidney

    383.               Kidney

    384.               Uriniferous Tubule

    385.               Uriniferous Tubule

    386.               Renal Corpuscle

    387.               Renal Corpuscle

    388.               Renal Corpuscle and Podocytes

    389.               Renal Corpuscle and Podocytes

    390.               Renal Filtration Barrier

    391.               Renal Filtration Barrier

    392.               Proximal Tubule

    393.               Proximal Tubule

    394.               Collecting Duct

    395.               Collecting Duct

    396.               Ureter

    397.               Ureter

    398.               Urinary Bladder

    399.               Urinary Bladder

    400.               Urethra

    401.               Urethra

    402.               Diabetic Glomerulosclerosis

    403.               Diabetic Glomerulosclerosis

    404.               17. Male Reproductive System

    405.               Male Reproductive System

    406.               Male Reproductive System

    407.               Testis and Seminiferous Tubule

    408.               Testis and Seminiferous Tubule

    409.               Spermatozoa

    410.               Spermatozoa

    411.               Seminiferous Epithelium

    412.               Seminiferous Epithelium

    413.               Epididymis

    414.               Epididymis

    415.               Vas (Ductus) Deferens

    416.               Vas (Ductus) Deferens

    417.               Prostate

    418.               Prostate

    419.               Prostatic Epithelium

    420.               Prostatic Epithelium

    421.               Seminal Vesicle

    422.               Seminal Vesicle

    423.               Urethra and Penis

    424.               Urethra and Penis

    425.               Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy

    426.               Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy

    427.               18. Female Reproductive System

    428.               Female Reproductive System

    429.               Female Reproductive System

    430.               Ovaries

    431.               Ovaries

    432.               Ovarian Follicles

    433.               Ovarian Follicles

    434.               Corpus Luteum

    435.               Corpus Luteum

    436.               Uterine (Fallopian) Tubes

    437.               Uterine (Fallopian) Tubes

    438.               Uterus

    439.               Uterus

    440.               Endometrium

    441.               Endometrium

    442.               Uterine Cervix

    443.               Uterine Cervix

    444.               External Genitalia and Vagina

    445.               External Genitalia and Vagina

    446.               Placenta

    447.               Placenta

    448.               Umbilical Cord

    449.               Umbilical Cord

    450.               Mammary Gland

    451.               Mammary Gland

    452.               Cervical Cancer

    453.               Cervical Cancer

    454.               19. Eye and Adnexa

    455.               Eyeball

    456.               Eyeball

    457.               Cornea

    458.               Cornea

    459.               Iris

    460.               Iris

    461.               Lens

    462.               Lens

    463.               Ciliary Body

    464.               Ciliary Body

    465.               Canal of Schlemm and Aqueous Humor

    466.               Canal of Schlemm and Aqueous Humor

    467.               Retina

    468.               Retina

    469.               Photoreceptors

    470.               Photoreceptors

    471.               Retinal Pigment Epithelium

    472.               Retinal Pigment Epithelium

    473.               Eyelid

    474.               Eyelid

    475.               Lacrimal Gland

    476.               Lacrimal Gland

    477.               Uveal Melanoma

    478.               Uveal Melanoma

    479.               20. Special Senses

    480.               Ear

    481.               Ear

    482.               External Acoustic Meatus

    483.               External Acoustic Meatus

    484.               Middle Ear and Auditory Tube

    485.               Middle Ear and Auditory Tube

    486.               Cochlea

    487.               Cochlea

    488.               Organ of Corti

    489.               Organ of Corti

    490.               Vestibular Receptors

    491.               Vestibular Receptors

    492.               Olfactory Mucosa

    493.               Olfactory Mucosa

    494.               Taste Buds

    495.               Taste Buds

    496.               Merkel Cells

    497.               Merkel Cells

    498.               Cutaneous Receptors

    499.               Cutaneous Receptors

    500.               Carotid Body and Carotid Sinus

    501.               Carotid Body and Carotid Sinus

    502.               Muscle Spindles

    503.               Muscle Spindles

    504.               Muscle and Joint Receptors

    505.               Muscle and Joint Receptors

    506.               Otosclerosis

    507.               Otosclerosis

     

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    Study efficiently while being confident in your mastery of the most important anatomical concepts! Flashcards have been thoroughly revised to reflect the updates made to the companion text, Gray's Anatomy for Students, 4th Edition.

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    Table of Contents:

     

    Section 1 Overview

    1 Surface Anatomy: Male Anterior View

    2 Surface Anatomy: Female Posterior View

    3 Skeleton: Anterior View

    4 Skeleton: Posterior View

    5 Muscles: Anterior View

    6 Muscles: Posterior View

    7 Vascular System: Arteries

    8 Vascular System: Veins

    Section 2 Back

    9 Skeletal Framework: Vertebral Column

    10 Skeletal Framework: Typical Vertebra

    11 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra 1

    12 Skeletal Framework: Atlas, Axis, and Ligaments

    13 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra 2

    14 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra 3

    15 Skeletal Framework: Sacrum and Coccyx

    16 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra Radiograph I

    17 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra Radiograph II

    18 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra Radiograph III

    19 Skeletal Framework: Intervertebral Joints

    20 Skeletal Framework: Intervertebral Foramen

    21 Skeletal Framework: Vertebral Ligaments

    22 Skeletal Framework: Intervertebral Disc Protrusion

    23 Muscles: Superficial Group

    24 Muscles: Trapezius Innervation and Blood Supply

    25 Muscles: Intermediate Group

    26 Muscles: Erector Spinae

    27 Muscles: Transversospinalis and Segmentals

    28 Muscles: Suboccipital Region

    29 Spinal Cord

    30 Spinal Cord Details

    31 Spinal Nerves

    32 Spinal Cord Arteries

    33 Spinal Cord Arteries Detail

    34 Spinal Cord Meninges

    Section 3 Thorax

    35 Thoracic Skeleton

    36 Typical Rib

    37 Rib I Superior Surface

    38 Sternum

    39 Vertebra, Ribs, and Sternum

    40 Thoracic Wall

    41 Thoracic Cavity

    42 Intercostal Space with Nerves and Vessels

    43 Pleural Cavity

    44 Pleura

    45 Parietal Pleura

    46 Right Lung

    47 Left Lung

    48 CT: Left Pulmonary Artery

    49 CT: Right Pulmonary Artery

    50 Mediastinum: Subdivisions

    51 Pericardium

    52 Pericardial Sinuses

    53 Anterior Surface of the Heart

    54 Diaphragmatic Surface and Base of the Heart

    55 Right Atrium

    56 Right Ventricle

    57 Left Atrium

    58 Left Ventricle

    59 Plain Chest Radiograph

    60 MRI: Chambers of the Heart

    61 Coronary Arteries

    62 Coronary Veins

    63 Conduction System

    64 Superior Mediastinum

    65 Superior Mediastinum: Cross Section

    66 Superior Mediastinum: Great Vessels

    67 Superior Mediastinum: Trachea and Esophagus

    68 Mediastinum: Right Lateral View

    69 Mediastinum: Left Lateral View

    70 Posterior Mediastinum

    71 Normal Esophageal Constrictions and Esophageal Plexus

    72 Thoracic Aorta and Branches

    73 Azygos System of Veins and Thoracic Duct

    74 Thoracic Sympathetic Trunks and Splanchnic Nerves

    Section 4 Abdomen

    75 Abdominal Wall: Nine-Region Pattern

    76 Abdominal Wall: Layers Overview

    77 Abdominal Wall: Transverse Section

    78 Rectus Abdominis

    79 Rectus Sheath

    80 Inguinal Canal

    81 Spermatic Cord

    82 Round Ligament of the Uterus

    83 Inguinal Region: Internal View

    84 Viscera: Anterior View

    85 Viscera: Anterior View, Small Bowel Removed

    86 Stomach

    87 Double-Contrast Radiograph: Stomach and Duodenum

    88 Duodenum

    89 Radiograph: Jejunum and Ileum

    90 Large Intestine

    91 Barium Radiograph: Large Intestine

    92 Liver

    93 CT: Liver

    94 Pancreas

    95 CT: Pancreas

    96 Bile Drainage

    97 Arteries: Arterial Supply of Viscera

    98 Arteries: Celiac Trunk

    99 Arteries: Superior Mesenteric

    100 Arteries: Inferior Mesenteric

    101 Veins: Portal System

    102 Viscera: Innervation

    103 Posterior Abdominal Region: Overview

    104 Posterior Abdominal Region: Bones

    105 Posterior Abdominal Region: Muscles

    106 Diaphragm

    107 Anterior Relationships of Kidneys

    108 Internal Structure of the Kidney

    109 CT: Renal Pelvis

    110 Renal and Suprarenal Gland Vessels

    111 Abdominal Aorta

    112 Inferior Vena Cava

    113 Urogram: Pathway of Ureter

    114 Lumbar Plexus

    Section 5 Pelvis and Perineum

    115 Pelvis

    116 Pelvic Bone

    117 Ligaments

    118 Muscles: Pelvic Diaphragm and Lateral Wall

    119 Perineal Membrane and Deep Perineal Pouch

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