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  • 112.00 lei

    The Flesh and Bones of Medical Microbiology presents a very clinically orientated account of the subject. It covers all the key concepts you need with no gaps. It can be used either as an introduction to a topic, or as a revision aid. Dfficult concepts ar

  • 177.00 lei

    Get the most from your study time, and experience a realistic USMLE simulation with "Rapid Review Gross and Developmental Anatomy, 3rd Edition", by Drs. N. Anthony Moore and William A. Roy. This new reference in the highly rated "Rapid Review Series" is f

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    This plastic-spiral-bound, pocket (4.5x7.5") reference provides quick access to guidelines on diagnosing and treating psychiatric patients. The goals of the book are to clarify diagnostic categories and terminology, improve recognition of psychiatric prob

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    McMinn and Abrahams' Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy, 7th Edition delivers the straightforward visual guidance you need to confidently perform all of the dissections required during your medical training...while acquiring the practical anatomical knowledge needed in your future clinical practice! Respected authority Prof. Peter H. Abrahams and a team of leading anatomists use a vast collection of clinical images to help you master all essential concepts.

  • Guccione's Geriatric Physical Therapy, 4th�Edition
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    50000lei 400.00 lei

    Description:

    Offering a comprehensive look at physical therapy science and practice, Guccione’s Geriatric Physical Therapy, 4th Edition is a perfect resource for both students and practitioners alike. Year after year, this text is recommended as the primary preparatory resource for the Geriatric Physical Therapy Specialization exam. And this new fourth edition only gets better. Content has been thoroughly revised to keep you up to date on the latest geriatric physical therapy protocols and conditions. Five new chapters have also been added to this edition to help you learn how to better manage common orthopedic, cardiopulmonary, and neurologic conditions; become familiar with functional outcomes and assessments; and better understand the psychosocial aspects of aging. In all, you can rely on Guccione’s Geriatric Physical Therapy to help you effectively care for today’s aging patient population.

    • Comprehensive coverage of geriatric physical therapy prepares students and clinicians you to provide thoughtful, evidence-based care for aging patients.
    • Combination of foundational knowledge and clinically relevant information gives you a meaningful background in how to effectively manage geriatric disorders
    • Updated information reflects the most recent and relevant information on the Geriatric Clinical Specialty Exam.
    • Standard APTA terminology introduces you to the terms you will hear in practice.
    • Expert authorship ensures all information is authoritative, current, and clinically accurate.
    • NEW! Thoroughly revised and updated content across all chapters keeps you up to date with the latest geriatric physical therapy protocols and conditions.
    • NEW! References located at the end of each chapter point you towards credible external sources for further information on a given topic.
    • NEW! Treatment chapters guide you in managing common conditions in orthopedics, cardiopulmonary, and neurology.
    • NEW! Chapter on functional outcomes and assessment lists relevant scores for the most frequently used tests.
    • NEW! Chapter on psychosocial aspects of aging give students a well-rounded view of the social and mental conditions commonly affecting their geriatric patients.
    • NEW! Chapter on frailty covers a wide variety of interventions to optimize treatment.

     

    ·  Chapter 1: Geriatric Physical Therapy in the 21st Century: Overarching Principles and Approaches to Practice

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Aging

    ·  Health, function, and disablement

    ·  Key principles in geriatric physical therapy

    ·  The physical therapist in geriatrics

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 2: Aging Demographics and Trends

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Demography

    ·  Mortality

    ·  Morbidity

    ·  Function

    ·  Health and Health Care Utilization

    ·  Chapter 3: Age-Related Physiological Changes: An Overview

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Aging: a decline in homeostasis

    ·  Musculoskeletal System

    ·  Exercise for reversing decline/preventing disease and sedentary lifestyle

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 4: Psychosocial Aspects of Aging

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Psychosocial theories

    ·  Successful aging

    ·  Motivation and engagement

    ·  Life transitions

    ·  Gender and sexual identity

    ·  Sex and intimacy

    ·  Spirituality

    ·  Trauma-informed care and mental health conditions

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 5: Environmental Design: Accommodating Sensory Changes and Mobility Limitations in the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  General principles of design

    ·  General theories of environmental design

    ·  Sensory changes impacting independence and well-being within the environment

    ·  Impact of Sensory Changes on Driving

    ·  Adapting living environments to accommodate sensory changes

    ·  Teaching/consulting strategies

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 6: Geriatric Pharmacology

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Pattern of Drug Use in Older Adults: Problems of Polypharmacy

    ·  Altered Response to Drugs

    ·  Other factors that increase the risk of adverse drug reactions in older adults

    ·  Common Adverse Drug Reactions

    ·  Drug Classes Commonly Used In Older Adults

    ·  General strategies for coordinating physical therapy with drug treatment in older adults

    ·  Chapter 7: Functional Performance Measures and Assessment for Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Purposes of Measuring Functional Performance

    ·  Relationship Between Function And Impairments

    ·  Types of Functional Outcome Measures

    ·  Selection of Functional Performance Measures

    ·  Functional Performance Measures

    ·  Balance Measures

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 8: Exercise and Physical Activity for Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Physical activity

    ·  Physical stress theory

    ·  General indications and precautions

    ·  Elements of an exercise prescription

    ·  Application of principles to exercise types

    ·  Safety

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 9: Age-Related Changes in Gait and Mobility

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Normal gait

    ·  Pathologic gait changes

    ·  Interrelatedness of gait and cognition

    ·  Functional ambulation requirements

    ·  Examination and evaluation of gait

    ·  Plan of care and interventions

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 10: Balance and Falls in Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Definition and Classification of Falls

    ·  Fall Risk Factors

    ·  Postural Control and Aging

    ·  Examination and Evaluation of Balance and Risk of Falls

    ·  Examination of Impairments in Postural Control

    ·  Intervention

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 11: Patient Education: Implications for Physical Therapist Practice

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Patient Education in Physical Therapy

    ·  Learning Theory: Understanding How We Learn

    ·  The Older Learner

    ·  The Therapist as Teacher

    ·  Environmental Influences

    ·  Patient Education: Putting It All Together

    ·  Learning Assessment

    ·  Chapter 12: Caregiving of the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Caregiving Context and Statistics

    ·  Domains of Caregiver Activities

    ·  The Caregiver Role Trajectory

    ·  The Stress Process

    ·  Specific Caregiving Relationships

    ·  Multicultural Issues in Caregiving

    ·  Elder Abuse

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 13: The Older Adult Who Is Frail

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Prevalence

    ·  Models of frailty

    ·  Domains of frailty

    ·  Frailty transitions

    ·  Implications of frailty

    ·  Pathophysiology of frailty

    ·  Frailty and sarcopenia

    ·  Assessment of frailty

    ·  Management of frailty

    ·  Prevention

    ·  Chapter 14: Management of the Acutely Ill and Medically Complex Older Patient

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Review of Systems

    ·  Systems Review

    ·  Other Medical Issues

    ·  Prevention

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 15: Impaired Joint Mobility in Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Joint mobility with aging

    ·  Joint Examination

    ·  Evaluation and Diagnosis

    ·  Intervention

    ·  Outcomes

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 16: Impaired Muscle Performance in Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Consequences of sarcopenia

    ·  Muscle countermeasures for older individuals

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 17: Impaired Motor Control and Neurologic Rehabilitation in Older Adults

    ·  Acknowledgments

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Common Motor Control Impairments

    ·  Examination of Patients With Impaired Motor Control

    ·  Prognosis and Diagnosis

    ·  Plan of Care and Rehabilitation Approach

    ·  Current Evidence Underlying Impaired Motor Control Interventions

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 18: Aerobic Capacity and the Management of the Patient with Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Limitations

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Physiology of aerobic capacity in older adults

    ·  Common Medical Conditions Impacting Aerobic Capacity

    ·  Pulmonary disease

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 19: Cognitive Issues in the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Normal cognitive aging

    ·  Structural Changes in the Brain

    ·  Delirium

    ·  Dementia

    ·  Cognitive screening and assessment tools

    ·  Management

    ·  Carepartner education

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 20: The Management of Post-Surgical Orthopedic Conditions in the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Health Behavior Change

    ·  Fractures

    ·  Hip and knee joint arthroplasties

    ·  Shoulder surgeries

    ·  Spinal surgeries

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 21: Management of Integumentary Conditions in Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Aging-Related Changes in the Skin

    ·  Physical Skin Assessment

    ·  Common Skin Conditions

    ·  Common Wound Conditions

    ·  Quality of Life and Future Directions

    ·  Chapter 22: Management of the Pelvic Floor in Older Men and Women

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Normal Bladder Function

    ·  The Pelvic Floor

    ·  Bladder Control as a Geriatric Syndrome

    ·  Aging of the Genitourinary System

    ·  Urinary Tract Infections and Urinary Retention

    ·  Identification, Screening, and Assessment of Bladder Control Problems

    ·  Interventions

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 23: Wellness in the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Physical Wellness

    ·  Psychological wellness

    ·  Social wellness

    ·  Physical activity and exercise–focused wellness programs

    ·  Physical therapists’ scope of practice

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 24: Acute Care Management of the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Issues with Hospitalization of the Older Adult

    ·  Preventative Initiatives and Programs

    ·  Care Coordination and Communication

    ·  Role of the Physical Therapist in the Acute Care Environment

    ·  Hospital-Acquired Deconditioning and Post-ICU Syndrome

    ·  Physical Therapy Contribution to Fall Prevention

    ·  Physical Therapist Role in the ICU

    ·  Trauma Management

    ·  Oncology Considerations

    ·  Differentiating “Simple” from “Complex” Management Considerations

    ·  Postsurgical Acute Management of Common Orthopedic Surgeries

    ·  Role of the Physical Therapist in Emergency Department

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 25: Postacute Care Management of the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities

    ·  Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care Facilities

    ·  Physical Therapy Patient Management in the Skilled Nursing Facility and Long-Term Care Settings

    ·  Examination and Evaluation

    ·  Interventions

    ·  Unique Challenges in the Long-Term Care Setting

    ·  Restorative programs

    ·  Dealing With Dementia and Depression

    ·  Future Trends in Postacute Care

    ·  Chapter 26: Home Health Management of the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Definition of homebound

    ·  Role of the physical therapist in home health

    ·  Documentation

    ·  The initial visit

    ·  Goal setting

    ·  Episode of care

    ·  Physical therapy intervention in the home

    ·  Care transitions and patient self-management: a vision for home health

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 27: Hospice and End of Life

    ·  Introduction

    ·  An Overview of Hospice and Palliative Care

    ·  Planning for Death with Dignity: Advanced Directives

    ·  Hospice Care: Supporting Death with Dignity and Comfort

    ·  Models of Physical Therapy Practice in Hospice and Palliative Care

    ·  Clinical Issues—Considerations for Care

    ·  Pain and Symptom Management

    ·  Palliative Sedation

    ·  The Physiological Process of Dying

    ·  Cultural Issues With Acceptance of Death

    ·  Confronting the Reality of Death

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 28: The Senior Athlete

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Defining the Population: Who Is the Senior Athlete?

    ·  Effects of Aging on Performance and Physiological Changes in Senior Athletes

    ·  Movement Performance in Senior Athletes

    ·  Mechanical Constraints in Senior Athletes

    ·  Sport-Specific Training and Programming Considerations for Senior Athletes

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 29: Health Policy for Physical Therapists and Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Public Policy, Health Policy, and Advocacy

    ·  Federal and State Payment Systems for Older Adults

    ·  Fraud, Waste, and Abuse

    ·  Shift to Outcomes, Quality, and Value

  • 46700lei 400.00 lei

    Description:

    Written for hand therapy specialists and non-specialists, Cooper's Fundamentals of Hand Therapy, 3rd Edition emphasizes treatment fundamentals, and provides tips and guidelines for hand therapy practice. This easy-to-use illustrated text and reference guide helps further develop your clinical reasoning skills by describing what goes into the evaluation process, highlighting the humanistic side of each encounter through case studies, and providing the wisdom the contributing authors have acquired through years of practice. This new edition also features additional chapters on the use of common physical agents and orthoses, plus added content on how to integrate evidence-based findings into daily hand practice.

    Features:

    UPDATED! Chapter covering Orthoses Essential Concepts reflects the latest information in the field.

    Case studies with questions and resolutions help you develop strong clinical reasoning skills while presenting the human side of each client encounter.

    Special features sections such as Questions to Discuss with the PhysicianWhat to Say to ClientsTips from the Field, and more help you find your own clinical voice.

    Anatomy sections throughout text highlight important anatomical bases of dysfunctions, injuries, or disorders.

    Clinical Pearls highlight relevant information from an experienced author and contributors that you can apply to clinical practice in the future.

    Evaluation Techniques and Tips help you master appropriate and thorough clinical evaluation of clients.

    Diagnosis-specific information in the final section of the book is well-organized to give you quick access to the information you need.

    New To This Edition:

    NEW! Chapter covering Physical Agent Modalities helps you understand how to use common hand therapy tools.

    NEW! Evidence-Based Practice content outlines how to closely examine evidence and integrate it into daily hand therapy practice.

    NEW! Photos and illustrations throughout provide clear examples of tools, techniques, and therapies.

    Table Of Contents:

    Part One: Fundamentals
    1. Fundamentals: Hand Therapy Concepts and Treatment Techniques
    2. Evidence-Based Practice: The Basic Tools
    3. Functional Anatomy
    4. Evaluation of the Hand and Upper Extremity
    5. Assessment of Functional Outcomes
    6. Hand Coordination
    7. Orthoses: Essential Concepts
    8. Fundamentals of Edema Management
    9. Physical Agent Modalities in the Hand Clinic
    10. Tissue-Specific Exercises for the Upper Extremity
    11. Clinical Reasoning and Problem-Solving in Upper Extremity Rehabilitation
    12. Fundamentals of Client-Therapist Rapport
    13. Facilitating Adherence to the Plan of Care
    14. Narratives in Hand Therapy
    15. Utilization of Therapy Assistants in Hand Therapy
    16. Some Thoughts on Professionalism

    Part Two: Clinical Reasoning and Treatment Guidelines for Common Diagnoses of the Upper Extremity
    17. Wounds
    18. Common Shoulder Diagnoses
    19. Elbow Diagnoses
    20. Peripheral Nerve Problems
    21. Wrist Fractures
    22. Wrist Instabilities
    23. Hand Fractures
    24. Elbow, Wrist, and Hand Tendinopathies
    25. Finger Sprains and Deformities
    26. Flexor Tendon Injury
    27. Extensor Tendon Injury
    28. Tendon and Nerve Transfers
    29. Arthritis
    30. Burns
    31. Infections
    32. Dupuytren Contracture
    33. Ganglions and Tumors of the Hand and Wrist
    34. Traumatic Hand Injury Involving Multiple Structures
    35. The Stiff Hand
    36. The Neurologic Hand
    37. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Pain
    38. Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy
    39. Functional Somatic Syndromes or Challenging Behavior
    Index

       

     

  • 48000lei 450.00 lei

     Thoroughly updated and easy-to-follow, Linne & Ringsrud's Clinical Laboratory Science: Concepts, Procedures, and Clinical Applications, 8th Edition offers a fundamental overview of the laboratory skills and techniques you’ll need for success in the clinical laboratory. Author Mary Louise Turgeon's simple and straightforward writing clarifies complex concepts, and her unique discipline-by-discipline approach helps you build knowledge and learn to confidently perform routine clinical laboratory tests with accurate, effective results.

    Topics like safety, measurement techniques, and quality assessment are woven throughout the various skills. The new eighth edition also features updated content including expanded information on viruses and automation. It’s the must-have foundation for anyone wanting to pursue a profession in the clinical lab.

    Key Features

     

    o    Broad content scope provides an ideal introduction to clinical laboratory science at a variety of levels, including CLS/MT, CLT/MLT, and Medical Assisting.

    o    Case studies include critical thinking and multiple-choice questions to challenge readers to apply the content to real-life scenarios.

    o    Expert insight from respected educator Mary Lou Turgeon reflects the full spectrum of clinical lab science.

    o    Detailed procedures guides readers through the exact steps performed in the lab.

    o    Vivid full-color illustrations familiarize readers with what they’ll see under the microscope.

    o    Review questions at the end of each chapter help readers assess your understanding and identify areas requiring additional study.

    o    Evolve companion website provides convenient online access to all of the procedures in the text and houses animations, flashcards, and additional review questions not found in the printed text.

    o    Procedure worksheets can be used in the lab and for assignment as homework.

    o    Streamlined approach makes must-know concepts and practices more accessible.

    o    Convenient glossary simplifies the process of looking up definitions without having to search through each chapter.

    Contents:

    PART I: Basic Laboratory Techniques

    1. Fundamentals of the Clinical Laboratory
    2. Safety: Patient and Clinical Laboratory Practices
    3. Quality Assessment and Quality Control in the Clinical Laboratory
    4. Phlebotomy: Collecting and Processing Patient Blood Specimens
    5. The Microscope
    6. Systems of Measurement, Laboratory Equipment, and Reagents
    7. Laboratory Mathematics and Solution Preparation
    8. Basic and Contemporary Techniques in the Clinical Laboratory
    9. Delivery of Laboratory Testing: From Point of Care Testing to Total Automation

    PART II: Clinical Laboratory Specializations

    10. Introduction to Clinical Chemistry
    11. Principles and Practice of Clinical Hematology
    12. Hemostasis and Blood Coagulation
    13. Renal Physiology and Urinalysis
    14. Examination of Body Fluids and Miscellaneous Specimens
    15. Introduction to Microbiology
    16. Immunology and Serology
    17. Immunohematology and Transfusion Medicine
    Appendix A, Answers to Review Questions and Multiple-Choice Questions in Case Studies
    Appendix B, Disease/Organ Panels
    Glossary

  • 51000lei 470.00 lei

    Biologic Basis for Disease in Adults and Children, 7th Edition helps you understand the most important and the most complex pathophysiology concepts. More than 1,200 full-color illustrations and photographs make it easier to identify normal anatomy and physiology, as well as alterations of function. This edition includes a NEW Epigenetics and Disease chapter along with additional What’s New boxes highlighting the latest advances in pathophysiology. Written by well-known educators Kathryn McCance and Sue Huether, and joined by a team of expert contributors, this resource is the most comprehensive and authoritative pathophysiology text available!

  • 58000lei 530.00 lei

     

    Umphred's Neurological Rehabilitation, 7th Edition

    By Rolando T. Lazaro, PT, PhD, DPT, Associate Professor Department of Physical Therapy California State University, Sacramento Sacramento, California ; Sandra G. Reina-Guerra, PT, DPT, MS, Board Certified Pediatric Clinical Specialist Physical and Occupational Therapy Shriners Hospital for Children-Northern California Sacramento, California and Myla Quiben, PT, PhD, DPT, MS, Board Certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist Associate Professor and Interim Chair Department of Physical Therapy University of North Texas Health Science Center Fort Worth, Texas

    Description

    Develop problem-solving strategies for individualized, effective neurologic care! Under the new leadership of Rolando Lazaro, Umphred’s Neurological Rehabilitation, 7th Edition, covers the therapeutic management of people with activity limitations, participation restrictions, and quality of life issues following a neurological event. This comprehensive reference reviews basic theory and addresses the best evidence for evaluation tools and interventions commonly used in today's clinical practice. It applies a time-tested, evidence-based approach to neurological rehabilitation that is perfect for both the classroom and the clinic. Now fully searchable with additional case studies through Student Consult, this edition includes updated chapters and the latest advances in neuroscience.

    Key Features

    • Comprehensive reference offers a thorough understanding of all aspects of neurological rehabilitation.
    • Expert authorship and editors lend their experience and guidance for on-the-job success.
    • UNIQUE! A section on neurological problems accompanying specific system problems includes hot topics such as poor vision, vestibular dysfunction, dementia and problems with cognition, and aging with a disability.
    • A problem-solving approach helps you apply your knowledge to examinations, evaluations, prognoses, and intervention strategies.
    • Evidence-based research sets up best practices, covering topics such as the theory of neurologic rehabilitation, screening and diagnostic tests, treatments and interventions, and the patient's psychosocial concerns.
    • Case studies use real-world examples to promote problem-solving skills.
    • Comprehensive coverage of neurological rehabilitation across the lifespan — from pediatrics to geriatrics.
    • Terminology adheres to the best practices, follows The Guide to Physical Therapy Practice and the WHO-ICF World Health model.

    Table of Contents

    Section 1: Foundations for Clinical Practice in Neurological Rehabilitation
    1. Foundations for Clinical Practice in Neurologic Rehabilitation
    2. Movement Analysis Across the Life Span
    3. Motor Control, Motor Learning, and Neuroplasticity
    4. The Limbic System: Influence over Motor Control and Learning
    5. Psychosocial Aspects of Adaptation and Adjustment during Various Phases of Neurological Disability
    6. Medical Screening by the Therapist
    7. Examination and Evaluation of Functional Movement Activities, Body Functions and Structures, and Participation
    8. Interventions for Clients with Movement Limitations
    Section 2: Physical Rehabilitation Management of Clients with Neurologic System Pathology
    9. Neonates and Parents: Neurodevelopmental Perspectives in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Follow-Up
    10. Management of Clinical Problems of Children with Cerebral Palsy
    11. Genetic Disorders: A Pediatric Perspective
    12. Learning Disabilities and Developmental Coordination Disorder
    13. Spina Bifida: A Congenital Spinal Cord Injury
    14. Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury
    15. Neuromuscular Diseases
    16. Beyond the Central Nervous System: Neurovascular Entrapment Syndromes
    17. Multiple Sclerosis
    18. Disorders of the Basal Nuclei
    19. Movement Dysfunction Associated with Cerebellar Damage
    20. Balance Dysfunction
    21. Vestibular Dysfunction
    22. Traumatic Brain Injury
    23. NEW! Special Focus: Concussions
    24. Movement Dysfunction Associated with Hemiplegia
    25. Brain Tumors
    26. Inflammatory and Infectious Disorders of the Brain
    27. Aging, Dementia and Disorders of Cognition
    Section 3: Neurological Disorders and Application Issues
    28. Disorders of Vision and Visual-Perceptual Dysfunction
    29. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary System Health in Populations with Nervous System Disorders
    30. Pain Management
    31. Electrophysiological Testing and Electrical Stimulation in Neurological Rehabilitation
    32. Orthotics: Evaluation, Intervention, and Prescription
    33. Health and Wellness in Neurologic Populations NEW
    34. Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection: Living with a Chronic Illness
    35. Management of Chronic Impairments in Individuals with Nervous System Conditions
    36. Pharmacology in Neurologic Rehabilitation
    37. Medical Imaging in Neurologic Rehabilitation
    38. Integrating Technology in Neurologic Rehabilitation
    39. Role of Complementary and Alternative Therapies in Neurologic Diseases and Movement Disorders

  • 650.00 lei

    Skeletal Anchorage in Orthodontic Treatment of Class II Malocclusion provides a clear and detailed set of practical guidelines for the application of techniques employed in the most frequently encountered problem requiring treatment in orthodontic practice. The practice of orthodontics has recently seen a fundamental change in direction, and treatment now emphasizes the application of stationary anchorage achieved by different types of implants without the necessity of patient compliance. This brand new title addresses the clinical use of all currently available skeletal anchorage devices, including orthodontic implants, miniplates, and miniscrew implants, which can be utilized to support the orthodontic treatment of patients presenting with Class II malocclusion. The volume comprises a comprehensive and critical review aiming to present the principles and techniques as well as to emphasize the scientific evidence available regarding the contemporary applications and the clinical efficacy of these treatment modalities. Extensively illustrated throughout, this this brand new book examines all aspects of a more efficient use of skeletal anchorage devices, including biological and biomechanical considerations, and also features an in-depth discussion of possible complications and risk management. Divided into eight sections, Skeletal Anchorage in Orthodontic Treatment of Class II Malocclusion addresses the issues at the heart of current orthodontic treatment and practice, giving a comprehensive overview from a global perspective.

  • 68200lei 650.00 lei

     

    Description:

    The standard in prosthodontics for nearly 50 years, McCracken's Removable Partial Prosthodontics, 13th Edition walks readers through all the principles and concepts surrounding removable partial denture treatment planning and design that today’s practitioners need to know. Using an evidence-based approach, this full-color text incorporates the latest information on new techniques, procedures, and equipment, including expanded information on dynamic communication and the use of implants with removable partial dentures. From initial contact with the patient to post-treatment care, McCracken’s is the complete foundation today’s dentists need to successfully practice prosthodontic care.

    Features:

    A variety of philosophies and techniques are featured throughout the text, so readers can select and incorporate applicable techniques on a case-by-case basis.

    Full-color drawings and photographs give readers a detailed view of techniques, materials, and anatomic detail.

    Evidence-based approach uses current research to help readers diagnose, design, develop, and sequence a treatment plan.

    Expert guidance from both authors walks readers through the latest techniques as well as technological advances specific to removable partial dentures.

    New To This Edition:

    NEW! Standardized removable partial denture designs offered for application to the major categories of patients seen in practice.

    NEW! Expanded information on the use of implants with removable partial dentures highlights considerations in treatment planning including the selection of implants and provision of care utilizing dental implants.

    NEW! More information on dynamic communication which incorporates the progress being made in shared decision making with patients, especially regarding decisions made in light of patient values and ‘trade-off’ considerations.

    Table Of Contents:

    PART I: GENERAL CONCEPTS/TREATMENT PLANNING
    1. PARTIALLY EDENTULOUS EPIDEMIOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND TERMINOLOGY
    2. CONSIDERATION FOR MANAGING PARTIAL TOOTH LOSS
    3. CLASSIFICATION OF PARTIALLY EDENTULOUS ARCHES
    4. BIOMECHANICS OF REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES
    5. MAJOR AND MINOR CONNECTORS
    6. RESTS AND REST SEATS
    7. DIRECT RETAINERS
    8. INDIRECT RETAINERS
    9. DENTURE BASE CONSIDERATIONS
    10. PRINCIPLES OF REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE DESIGN
    11. SURVEYING
    PART II: CLINICAL AND LABORATORY
    12. DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING
    13. PREPARATION OF MOUTH FOR REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES
    14. PREPARATION OF ABUTMENT TEETH
    15. IMPRESSION MATERIALS AND PROCEDURES FOR REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES
    16. SUPPORT FOR THE DISTAL EXTENSION DENTURE BASE
    17. OCCLUSAL RELATIONSHIPS FOR REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES
    18. LABORATORY PROCEDURES
    19. WORK AUTHORIZATIONS FOR REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES
    20. INITIAL PLACEMENT, ADJUSTMENT, AND SERVICING OF THE REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE
    PART III: MAINTENANCE
    21. RELINING AND REBASING THE REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE
    22. REPAIRS AND ADDITIONS TO REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES
    23. INTERIM REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES
    24. REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE CONSIDERATIONS IN MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHETICS
    25. CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE USE OF DENTAL IMPLANTS WITH REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES
    APPENDIX A: GLOSSARY
    APPENDIX B: SELECTED READING RESOURCES

     

       

     


  • Dental Implant Prosthetics, 2nd Edition
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    82000lei 680.00 lei

    This new book focuses on dental implants used in conjunction with other prosthetic devices in the general dentist's office, designed to help the partially or completely edentulous patient recover normal function, esthetics, comfort, and speech. Step-by-step procedures guide practitioners through challenging clinical situations and assist them in refining their technique.

  • 89800lei 720.00 lei

    Clinical Nuclear Cardiology-now in its fourth edition-covers the tremendous clinical growth in this field, focusing on new instrumentation and techniques. Drs. Barry L. Zaret and George A Beller address the latest developments in technology, radiopharmaceuticals, molecular imaging, and perfusion imaging. Thoroughly revised to include 20 new chapters-Digital/Fast SPECT, Imaging in Revascularized Patients, and more-this new edition provides state-of-the-art guidance on key areas and hot topics with stunning visuals. Online access to the fully searchable text at expertconsult.com includes highly illustrated case studies that let you see the problem using a variety of imaging modalities. In other words, this is an invaluable resource no clinician or researcher in nuclear cardiology should be without.

  • 778.00 lei

    Clinical Gynecologic Oncology, by Drs. Di Saia and Creasman, is the leading medical reference book geared toward helping you improve gynecologic cancer outcomes. You'll see how to take advantage of the latest advances in early detection and improved treatment options for gynecologic cancers, especially uterine and cervical cancers, equipping you with the skills you need to provide effective and compassionate care for your patients.

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