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  • 24000lei 215.00 lei

    The book provides a comprehensive overview of the subject, comprising 93 carefully selected topics in alpha order that together provide an extensive understanding of the management of ophthalmic disorders. This collection of highly practical guides systematically addresses management techniques for a large number of clinical settings.

    Edited by experienced specialists, with contributions from consultants who have recognised expertise in their field, this book provides an authoritative and up-to-date guide on ophthalmic medicine.

    Designed to enable rapid access to core information, KCT in Ophthalmology offers effective exam revision and the ideal quick reference for day-to-day practice.

    Key point:

    ·         93 topics presented in alpha order, from age-related macular degeneration to white dot syndromes

    ·         Effective exam revision for postgraduate trainees in ophthalmology preparing for certification

    ·         Succinct coverage of ophthalmic treatment modalities and complications

    ·         Includes clinical photos and diagrams to improve understanding of concepts

    ·         Contributions from experienced specialists to ensure authoritative, accurate content


    Table of Contents:


    1. Age-related macular degeneration

    2. Anisocoria

    3. Anterior uveitis

    4. Blepharitis

    5. Carotid cavernous fistula

    6. Cataract - acquired

    7. Cataract - complications of surgery

    8. Cataract - congenital

    9. Biometry and lens implant power calculation

    10. Femtosecond laser-assisted phacoemulsification

    11. Central serous chorioretinopathy

    12. Chalazion

    13. Birdshot chorioretinopathy

    14. Conjunctivitis

    15. Contact lens-related problems of the eye

    16. Corneal dystrophies

    17. Corneal ectasia

    18. Corneal graft

    19. Dry eye syndrome

    20. Diabetic eye disease

    21. Ectropian

    22. Entropian

    23. Epiphora

    24. Episcleritis

    25. Esotropia

    26. Exotropia

    27. Giant cell arteritis

    28. Angle closure glaucoma

    29. Glaucoma - inflammatory

    30. Glaucoma - medical management

    31. Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery

    32. Neovascular glaucoma

    33. Normal tension glaucoma

    34. Pigmentary glaucoma

    35. Glaucoma - primary open angle

    36. Secondary open angle glaucoma

    37. Glaucoma in children

    38. Headache

    39. Corneal topography

    40. Imaging in ophthalmology

    41. Optic disc imaging

    42. Retinal imaging

    43. Infectious keratitis

    44. Intermediate uveitis

    45. Intraocular lenses

     46. Intravitreal injection therapies

    47. Lacrimal infections

    48. Lacrimal surgery

     49. Leucocoria

    50. Full thickness macular holes

     51. Myasthenia gravis

    52. Nystagmus

    53. Ocular hypertension

    54. Cranial nerve palsies: oculomotor (third) nerve palsy

    55. Cranial nerve palsies: trochlear nerve palsy

    56. Cranial nerve palsies: abducens nerve palsy

    57. Cranial nerve palsies: facial nerve palsy

    58. Cranial nerve palsies: multiple cranial nerves palsies

    59. Ophthalmia neonatorum

    60. Optic neuropathies

    61. Optic neuritis

    62. Orbital cellulitis

    63. Papilloedema

    64. Perimetry

     65. Peripheral retinal degenerations

    66. Posterior uveitis

    67. Blepharoptosis

    68. Refractive surgery

    69. Retinal artery occlusion

     70. Retinal detachment

    71. Retinal dystrophies

    72. Retinal lasers

    73. Retinal vasculitis

    74. Retinal vein occlusion

    75. Retinopathy of prematurity

    76. Scleritis

    77. Sickle cell retinopathy

    78. Strabismus surgery

    79. Thyroid eye disease

    80. Chemical injuries

    81. Eyelid trauma

    82. Trauma - globe rupture

    83. Benign lid lesions

    84. Tumours of the choroid

    85. Tumours - eye lid

    86. Tumours of the retina

    87. Retinoblastoma

    88. Tumours of the uvea

    89. Tumours - conjunctival neoplasia

    90. Vitreoretinal surgery - retinal breaks and detachment

    91. Vitreoretinal surgery: intraocular haemorrhage and vitreomacular interface disorders

    92. Vitreoretinal surgery for complications of cataract surgery

    93. White dot syndromes

  • 70500lei 635.00 lei


    Founded by four Swiss surgeons in 1958, AO Spine is a premier knowledge provider in spine surgery and at the forefront of education and research.

    Endorsed by AO Spine, this book is a comprehensive guide to the management of spinal disorders.

    Beginning with a general overview of the spine and its physiology and biomechanics, the next section extensively covers the paediatric spine and associated disorders.

    The following sections discuss conditions found in the different anatomical sections of the spine – cervical, thoracic and lumbosacral – and their history, physical examination, diagnosis and surgical and non-operative management techniques. The final part of the book explores future trends in spine surgery.

    Authored by leading US-based neuro and orthopaedic surgeons, this textbook is highly illustrated with more than 650 surgical images, diagrams and tables.

    Key points:

    • Comprehensive guide to surgical and non-operative management of spinal disorders
    • Endorsed by AO Spine committee
    • Covers diagnosis and treatment of numerous conditions in each section of the spine
    • Highly experienced and renowned, US-based author team


    Table of Contents:


     Section 1: General Topics

     1. Relevant Surgical Anatomy...................................................................................................................3 Graham C Calvert, Michael J Beebe, Darrel S Brodke

     2. Clinical Biomechanics of the Spine: The Nuts and Bolts of Spinal Instrumentation ....................21 Fernando Techy, Edward C Benzel

    3. Bone and Intervertebral Disk Physiology ..........................................................................................40 Shah-Nawaz M Dodwad, Sohrab S Virk, Safdar N Khan, Tom D Cha, Howard S An

    4. Preoperative Bone Health Assessment and the Potential use of Systemic Osteoporosis Drugs in Select Patients Undergoing Elective Spine Fusion Surgery ............................................53 Kelly Krohn 5. Inflammatory Diseases of the Spine...................................................................................................63 Yu-Po Lee

    6. Principles of Spine Trauma and Spinal Cord Injury..........................................................................76 Melissa Nadeau, Brian K Kwon

     7. Principles of Spine Fusion ..................................................................................................................97 S Tim Yoon, Colin G Crosby 8. Spinal Infections.................................................................................................................................106 Scott D Daffner, Vincent J Miele

     9. Intradural Spinal Tumors................................................................................................................... 117 Yonatan G Keschner, Daniel Lubelski, Gregory R Trost, Edward C Benzel

    Section 2: Pediatric Spine

    10. Evaluation of Back Pain in Children.................................................................................................135 Hillard T Spencer, Anthony A Scaduto

    11. Congenital Scoliosis..........................................................................................................................145 Kaine C Onwuzulike

     12. Idiopathic Scoliosis............................................................................................................................158 Richard E Bowen, Natalie L Leong

    13. Neuromuscular Scoliosis ..................................................................................................................186 David Gurd, Siddharth A Badve xx AO Spine Textbook

    14. Juvenile Kyphosis (Scheuermann's Disease).................................................................................214 Luiz Roberto Vialle, Emiliano Vialle, Orlando Colina

    15. Pediatric Trauma ................................................................................................................................224 Theodore J Choma, Daniel G Hoernschemeyer, Sumit K Gupta

    16. Pediatric Spinal Column: Congenital Anomalies ............................................................................241 Juliann Kwak Lee, Mauricio Silva

    17. Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis..............................................................................................253 Haariss Ilyas, Keith Bachmann, Joel Kolmodin, Siddharth A Badve, Ryan Goodwin

    18. Spinal Conditions Associated with Congenital Disorders .............................................................279 Vikram Mehta, Daniel Lubelski, David T Anderson, Edward C Benzel

     19. Biologics used in Spine Surgery for Fusion....................................................................................302 Wellington K Hsu

    20. Imaging of the Spine: Types, Strengths and Limitations ...............................................................323 Todd M Emch, Michael T Modic

    21. Navigation and Robotics in Spine Surgery......................................................................................381 Xiaobang Hu, Christopher Bonsignore, Isador H Lieberma

     22. Evidence in Spinal Surgery...............................................................................................................392 Daniel K Resnick

    Section 3: Cervical

     23. Cervical Spine: History and Physical Examination ........................................................................405 Marzena Buzanowska

    24. Spine Surgery: Current Concepts and Evidence Neck Pain.......................................................... 411 Zachary L Gordon, James D Kang

    25. Spine Surgery: Current Concepts and Evidence Cervical Radiculopathy ...................................429 Abhishek Ray, Michael P Steinmetz

    26. Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy.....................................................................................................455 Sean Barry, Michael G Fehlings

    27. Revision Cervical Spine Surgery......................................................................................................471 Justin K Scheer, Jessica A Tang, Christopher P Ames, Robert A Hart

     28. Current Concepts and Evidence in Cervical Spinal Deformities...................................................486 Michael P Kelly, Adam L Wollowick, K Daniel Riew

    29. Cervical Tumors .................................................................................................................................500 Mari L Groves, Ziya L Gokaslan, Jean Paul Wolinsky

     30. Trauma of the Cervical Spine............................................................................................................526 George Rymarczuk, Geoffrey Stricsek, James S Harrop xxi Contents

    Section 4: Thoracic

    31. Thoracic Spine: History and Physical Examination........................................................................537 Alexandra Paraskos, Marzena Buzanowska, Michael P Steinmetz

     32. Thoracic Radiculopathy and Myelopathy ........................................................................................541 Karthikeyan E Ponnusamy, Emmanuel Menga, A Jay Khanna

    33. Classification and Management of Thoracic Spine Trauma...........................................................553 Sajeel R Khan, Ankit I Mehta

    Section 5: Lumbosacral

    34. Lumbosacral Spine: History and Physical Examination ................................................................565 Alexandra Paraskos, Marzena Buzanowska, Michael P Steinmetz

    35. Low Back Pain Spine Surgery: Current Concepts and Evidence..................................................573 David E Fish, Jason D Berk, Casey Fisher, Stephen Dechter

    36. Lumbar Disk Herniation.....................................................................................................................594 Perry Dhaliwal, Ajit A Krishnaney

    37. Spinal Stenosis...................................................................................................................................605 Sandeep N Gidvani, Michael D Daubs

    38. Degenerative Spondylolisthesis.......................................................................................................615 Gabriel Widi, Faiz Ahmad, Jason I Liounakos, Yi Lu, Michael Y Wang

     39. Spine Surgery: Current Concepts and Evidence Isthmic Spondylolisthesis...............................628 Douglas Orr, Perry Dhaliwal

    40. Spine Surgery: Current Concepts and Evidence Adult Scoliosis .................................................641 Caglar Yilgor, Ahmet Alanay

     41. Revision Lumbar Surgery..................................................................................................................659 Michael J Lee, Jens R Chapman

    42. Trauma of the Thoracolumbar Junction, Lumbar, and Sacral Spine.............................................667 George Rymarczuk, Geoffrey Stricsek, Kevin Hines, James S Harrop

    43. Thoracic, Lumbar, and Sacral Tumors .............................................................................................676 Paul E Kaloostian, Jean Paul Wolinsky, Ziya L Gokaslan

    Section 6: Future Trends in Spine Surgery

    44. Future of Spine Surgery ....................................................................................................................689 Shaleen Vira, Jacob Enders, Ghaith Habboub, Michael P Steinmetz, Edward C Benzel Index............................................................................................................................................................697

  • 43000lei 390.00 lei


    This fourth edition is fully revised and updated. For easy understanding of the concepts, flowcharts have been incorporated. Summaries have been added at the end of each chapter which will help in quick revision of the chapter during crucial hours of examination. Many new figures have also been added with improved clarity to understand the subject in better way. Gene therapy has been added in Appendix 7 which is essential to broaden up the knowledge of students. Thoroughly revised and updated new edition. High-yield points have been highlighted in boxes for last minute revision Flowcharts have been incorporated for building the concepts of students. Summary have been provided at the end of each chapter for quick glance. Many new photographs have been added for better understanding of the disease. Contains a chapter on case history for enhancing clinical understanding of students. An extensive section on Appendices which includes Syndromes of Oral Cavity, Halitosis, Forensic Dentistry, Classification and Causes, Glossary, Desensitizing Agents, Mouthwashes and Gum Paints, Gene Therapy, Geriatrics, and MCQs. Supplemented with free book on basic oral radiology.

  • 38200lei 345.00 lei


    The second edition of this video manual provides clinicians and trainees with the latest advances in the field of echocardiography.

    Six hours of practical video on two DVD ROMs offer a guide to comprehensive physical examination and techniques for performing an echocardiogram for accurate clinical diagnosis.  

    Topics are presented step by step and the accompanying book features diagrams, boxes and tables that correspond with the video footage.

    Key points:

    • Practical video guide to latest advances and techniques in echocardiography
    • Fully updated second edition features six hours of video on two DVD ROMs
    • Provides guidance on performing a comprehensive physical examination and techniques to obtain an echocardiogram


    Table of Contents:


    1. Left Ventricular Systolic Functions

    2. Left Ventricular Diastolic Dysfunction

    3. Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

    4. Dilated Cardiomyopathy

     5. Restrictive Cardiomyopathy

    6. Pericardial Diseases

    7. Cardiac Masses

  • 39400lei 355.00 lei


    The second edition of this video manual provides clinicians and trainees with the latest advances in the field of echocardiography.

    Five hours of practical video on two DVD ROMs cover the fundamental techniques and guidelines in accordance with the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE).

    Topics are presented step by step and the accompanying book features diagrams, boxes and tables that correspond with the video footage.

    Key points:

    • Practical video guide to latest advances and techniques in echocardiography
    • Fully updated second edition features five hours of video on two DVD ROMs
    • Provides guidelines in accordance with the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE)

    Table of Contents:


    • Echo Physics – The Basics

     • Image Optimisation

    • Introduction to Echocardiography

    • Basics of Color Flow Imaging and Doppler Echocardiography

    • Mitral Valve and Mitral Stenosis

    • Mitral Regurgitation and Common Mitral Valve Lesions

    • Aortic Valve and Aortic Stenosis

    • Aortic Regurgitation

    • Pulmonary Valve

    • Tricuspid Valve

     • Pulmonary Hypertension

  • Key Clinical Topics in Cardiology
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    24100lei 220.00 lei



    Key Clinical Topics in Cardiology presents a brand new addition to the Key Clinical Topics series. The book provides a comprehensive overview of the subject, comprising over 60 carefully selected topics in alpha order that together provide an extensive understanding of the management of cardiovascular disorders. This collection of highly practical guides systematically addresses management techniques for a large number of clinical settings. Edited by experienced specialists, with contributions from consultants who have recognised expertise in their field, this book provides an authoritative and up-to-date guide on cardiovascular medicine. Designed to enable rapid access to core information, KCT Cardiology offers effective exam revision and the ideal quick reference for day-to-day practice.


    Table of Contents:



    1 Advanced life support

    2 Angina

    3 Antiarrhythmic medications

    4 Anticoagulation therapy

    5 Antiplatelet therapy

    6 Aortic valve disease

    7 Athlete’s heart

    8 Atrial fibrillation

    9 Cardiac catheterisation and angiography

    10 Cardiomyopathy – arrhythmogenic, right ventricular

    11 Cardiomyopathy – dilated

    12 Cardiomyopathy – hypertrophic

    13 Cardiomyopathy – noncompaction, left ventricular

    14 Cardiomyopathy – restrictive

    15 Channelopathies

    16 Connective tissue disorders

    17 Coronary artery bypass surgery

    18 Diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular disease

    19 Endocarditis

    20 Exercise stress testing

    21 Heart failure – chronic, long-term management

    22 Heart failure – diastolic

    23 Heart failure – left-sided, acute

    24 Heart failure – right-sided

    25 Holter monitors, event recorders and implantable loop recorders

    26 Hypercholesterolaemia

    27 Hypertension

    28 Idiopathic pulmonary hypertension

    29 Imaging – cardiac computed tomography angiography

    30 Imaging – cardiac magnetic resonance

    31 Imaging – echocardiography

    32 Imaging – nuclear cardiology

    33 Implantable cardioverter-defibrillators

    34 Lipid-lowering therapies

    35 Metabolic syndrome

    36 Mitral valve disease

    37 Myocarditis

    38 Non-ST elevation – acute coronary syndromes

    39 Pacemakers and resynchronisation therapy

    40 Percutaneous coronary intervention

    41 Pericarditis, constriction and tamponade

    42 Perioperative cardiac evaluation

    43 Peripheral artery disease

    44 Polypharmacy

    45 Pregnancy and cardiology

    46 Prevention in cardiology

    47 Prosthetic heart valves

    48 Pulmonary embolism

    49 Rehabilitation

    50 Septal defects – atrial

    51 Septal defects – ventricular

    52 ST segment elevation – myocardial infarction

    53 Stroke and transient ischaemic attack

    54 Syncope

    55 Tachycardia – supraventricular

    56 Tachycardia – ventricular

    57 Tetralogy of Fallot

    58 Thoracic aortic dissection

    59 Transplantation

    60 Traumatic heart disease

    61 Tumours



  • 6000lei 54.00 lei


    YOU DON T HAVE TO BE PERFECT TO BE ETHICAL. YOU JUST NEED TO BE HONEST. The burgeoning array of literature on ethical behaviour tends to focus on what s happening at the extremes either owner managers of start-ups built around a strong moral crusade, or large corporations undergoing change due to the personal epiphany of a forward-thinking CEO. This book, however, is directed at the middle ground individuals who want their companies to adopt more ethical and sustainable practices, but don t know where to start. The 50 ideas and techniques in this book provide direction to help society and the planet, while preserving the bottom line.

  • 16000lei 144.00 lei


    59% of U.S. workers say that communication is their team's biggest obstacle to success, followed by accountability at 29% (Atlassian). High-Impact Tools for Teams explains a simple, powerful tool that helps team leaders and members align and get clarity on exactly who is responsible for each part of the team's most important activities and projects. The tool is complemented by 4 trust add-ons that help teams build trust and increase psychological safety, so every member can be confident in sharing ideas or concerns about obstacles the team may face. It's a proven tool for project teams, based on years of research, and thousands of teams are already using the Team Alignment Map to run effective "get-to-action meetings", give projects a good start and de-silo organizations.

    ·         Co-author Alex Osterwalder is the international best-selling author who co-created the Business Model Canvas, a strategic management tool used by 1 million+ industry leaders globally. Plan as a team and know who does what

    ·         Uncover and proactively remove the most likely obstacles to any project

    ·         Boost team member contributions

    ·         Run more effective team meetings 

    ·         Get more successful projects

    With the guidance of High-Impact Tools for Teams, you can be better prepared as a team leader or team member to plan effectively, reduce risks, and collaborate with others. Your team will be accountable and ready to deliver results!


  • 16000lei 144.00 lei


    A Chronology of Architectur presents a fresh perspective on the medium by taking a purely chronological approach to its history, tracing the complex links between structural innovations, social changes and artistic interventions. Organized around a central timeline that charts the development of architecture from the earliest structures to present-day skyscrapers and global cities, it features key buildings, together with commentaries and contextual information about the social, political and cultural events of the period in which they were built. Special feature spreads highlight important movements, construction methods and key practitioners.

    Covering a wide selection of genres, styles and architects, it is invaluable as a comprehensive guide to architecture in all its different forms.

  • 35000lei 280.00 lei


    Anime (or "Japanese Animation") has seen a continuing rise in popularity over the past decade of North American pop culture. Droves of die-hard, dedicated fans can be found all over comic shops, conventions, and social media at large, discussing or debating the merits of their favorite Anime fandoms. Public libraries have been quick to catch on, and have long been an excellent gathering place for this community of passionate consumers - be it for movie screenings or anime and manga collection offerings. With the recent widespread adoption of English dubbed content and the explosion of Anime merchandise sales outside of Japan, Anime and Manga are more accessible to North Americans than ever before. In addition to providing a long list of programming examples and ideas, this practical guide will teach librarians how to capture the interest of this fandom community, why the library is the perfect place to do so, and how to expand this thematic programming into further learning and socialization opportunities. Special Features include: ·Real examples of current and successful Anime Club programs created by librarians. ·Anime: It's Not Just "Cartoons"! Discovering opportunities for youth engagement, STEM learning, and vital youth socialization within Japanese Animation. ·Clear, concise instructions for incorporating one off or series Anime events for all budget ranges and age groups. ·How to avoid cultural appropriation by engaging your community to make the most out of possible partnerships and resources. ·Anime Club party plans for a wide range of different holidays. ·How to obtain public performance rights for anime screenings, ·Where to find inclusive anime representations of diverse communities

  • 20000lei 160.00 lei


    What is accessibility? Who needs it? Often, accessibility is defined narrowly, with emphasis on physical limitations. Accessibility needs, however, come in many forms, from vision and hearing impairment, to developmental disorders like Autism, to psychiatric conditions like anxiety, depression, ADHD, and PTSD.

    Unfortunately, accessibility does not come with a simple set of checkboxes. It is a philosophy and practice that embraces social, physical, and informational elements. Universal design does not come in the form of a quick and easy guide. It is a philosophy. To implement it completely requires more than just screen readers and video captions.

    Creating Accessible Online Instruction Using Universal Design Principles introduces the need for accessibility in online education and library services and the framework of universal design for learning. It takes a scoping, rather than a purely technical, approach. It will help you not only o create accessible content, but with how to communicate with students in an accessible manner.

    This LITA Guide covers:

    ·         accessibility law,

    ·         Universal Design for Learning and Web Content Accessibility guidelines, and

    ·         communication and educational research and theory.

    The content is interspersed with practical examples and case studies.


  • 20000lei 160.00 lei


    An academic library's instruction program reflects and communicates its vision for teaching and learning within the context of its institution, and the instruction coordinator plays an essential role in shaping and advancing this vision. Instruction coordinators and directors in academic libraries may have a variety of titles and wear an entire wardrobe's worth of hats, but they face many of the same challenges in developing, promoting, and evaluating their instruction programs. This book approaches using the instruction program as the catalyst to further the library's agenda for teaching and learning and gives instruction program directors a set of resources that will help them map out, enact, and assess the impact of this agenda. This book is ideal for librarians and administrators who direct, coordinate, or lead an academic library's teaching and learning program and is particularly useful for new instruction program coordinators-either those new to their position or new to their institution.

  • 35000lei 280.00 lei


    Terrific Makerspace Projects: A Practical Guide for Librarians features fifteen customizable projects that were designed as projects created by librarians/makerspace facilitators, rather than projects in which librarians guided others (makerspace users). These projects were showcased during library events with the goal of promoting the makerspace, as well as other library services, while using them to build connections both within and external to the library. This book outlines maker projects in detail and provides plenty of photos and resources so readers can recreate, customize, and implement them. People at all skill levels in every type of makerspace will find something they can try, with projects that range from simple and low-tech to more complex and tech-heavy. Most projects are inexpensive, taking advantage of free online tools, upcycled or repurposed materials, and low cost electronics such as Arduinos. Each project can be approached as an offering for makerspace visitors or can be created by library employees themselves as tools to engage in outreach and promote the makerspace, library services, the institution, and more. Every project has been created and tested in a real library setting by the authors, who present lessons learned, possible variations, and different ideas on how to implement the projects to their fullest extent. Explore the idea of using the makerspace to highlight the value of other library services, or simply find new and fun ways to engage with your users. The book also offers suggestions on how to be a great maker, and tips on makerspace safety, finding low-cost materials, and more. Whether you're just beginning your makerspace or looking for fresh ideas for your established space, this book has something to offer.

  • 20000lei 160.00 lei


    Copyright situations in libraries can get complicated. How do librarians know how much they can copy? Is everything in libraries fair use? Can librarians let people show movies in the library? Do new services like 3D printing involve copyright? Should librarians always say 'no' when patrons want to copy something? Finding the answers can be time-consuming, but with copyright policies and workflows in place, those answers are at the fingertips of librarians. Knowing how to create and implement copyright policies will make it much easier to address the copyright situations that come up in your library. Librarians and those who work in libraries can use this book to get good information and practical advice on both copyright basics and policies. The book is different from other books about copyright in libraries because it focuses on more than the rules of copyright. It goes further by guiding librarians and information professionals on how to incorporate the rules into policies, procedures, and workflows. With this book, librarians and information professionals will be able to craft a copyright policy that will enable them to answer complicated copyright questions quickly and easily. The book includes sample policies from all types of libraries: academic, public, government, and private. The book covers how to implement a policy and ways to assess its effectiveness. Copyright Policies and Workflows in Libraries will help you understand ·Copyright basics and how to get permission ·Your library's context within a legal landscape ·The best components of a policy ·Practical copyright workflows ·How to assess policy effectiveness

  • 35000lei 280.00 lei


    Developing a Library Accessibility Plan: A Practical Guide for Librarians provides library professionals with the knowledge, tools and templates, and practical examples necessary for developing a tailored and comprehensive accessibility plan for their institution. Part One provides foundational knowledge about disability experiences in libraries, including an overview of existing legislation and a breakdown of the disability community in the United States. This part also names and defines the impact of different accessibility barriers within online, physical, and instructional settings for different populations. Part Two outlines the initial stages of a developing a comprehensive plan for resolving accessibility issues. These chapters explore how to conduct an environmental scan of existing challenges, strategies for identifying potential partners in the resolution of these problems, and how to prioritize accessibility initiatives and projects. Part Three provides several practical, real life examples of projects and initiatives drawn from the author's professional experiences. These case studies offer a summary of each accessibility project along the corresponding impact, finished by an analysis of "lessons learned" from the experience. A copy of all tools, templates, and other planning documents are available in the chapter itself. The book will help readers understand how to inventory, prioritize, plan, implement, and assess a comprehensive improvement plan for electronic, physical, and instructional and/or programming-related accessibility issues within their library.

  • 26000lei 208.00 lei

    Marketing and Social Media: A Guide for Libraries, Archives, and Museums, Second Edition is a much-needed guide to marketing for libraries, archives, and museum professionals in the social media age. This book serves as both an introductory textbook and as a guide for working professionals interested in developing well-planned evidence-based marketing campaigns. Chapters cover coordinating efforts with the organization's mission, goals, and objectives, how to do a SWOT analysis and environmental scanning, the use of existing data as well as issues in collecting additional data, how to identify and involve stakeholders, a 4-step marketing model, considerations of price, placement, product, and promotion, market research, understanding customer groups and market segmentation, marketing mix strategy and evaluation, promotional activities, channel selection, social media marketing activities, content marketing, social media policies, guidelines, crisis communication, and evidence-based assessment. Discussion of social media and examples of social media marketing activities are included throughout the book, as well as case study examples of marketing and social media campaigns in libraries, archives and museums. This second edition further includes a new final chapter offering step-by-step guidance for brand-new social media managers on how to get started from their first day on the job with social media marketing, management, assessment, strategic planning, and content calendar planning activities, in addition to working with colleagues and managers to integrate social media into work activities across the organization. For educators, this text includes elements which can be developed into classroom or workshop assignments which include pull quotes highlighting important concepts in each chapter, key terms, discussion questions, illustrative case study examples from archives, libraries and museums, and an annotated bibliography for further reading.

  • 35000lei 280.00 lei


    To help new archivists and genealogists with what can be a daunting process, Digitization and Digital Archiving: A Practical Guide for Librarians answers common questions, including: 1. What should be stored? 2. Where and how should it be stored? 3. How exactly is information stored in a computer? 4. How does copyright law affect archiving? 5. How can metadata be used to improve collection access? This revised second edition has been updated to address new trends and the latest innovations in technology, including: 1. A brand-new chapter addressing different common types of born-digital materials which a librarian may need to archive, such as databases or websites 2. Information about identifying and gathering data from floppy disks, an increasingly important task as this technology ages and its data becomes at greater risk of loss 3. Fully updated chapters to address the latest changes in file storage and formats, including more information on the storage of audio and video media 4. Interesting information about the origins of different common technologies to help the reader better understand the past, present, and future of computer technology This is a comprehensive guide to the process of digital storage and archiving. Assuming only basic computer knowledge, this guide walks the reader through everything he or she needs to know to start or maintain a digital archiving project. Any librarian interested in how digital information is stored can benefit from this guide.

  • 1,14600lei 1050.00 lei


    Closely mirroring the daily sign-out process, Atlas of Genitourinary Pathology: A Pattern Based Approach is a highly illustrated, efficient guide to accurate diagnosis. This practical reference uses a proven, pattern-based approach to clearly explain how to interpret challenging cases by highlighting red flags in the clinical presentation and locating hidden clues in the slides. Useful as a daily “scope-side guide,” it features numerous clinical and educational features that help you find pertinent information, reach a correct diagnosis, and assemble a thorough and streamlined pathology report.

    • More than 1,200 high-quality photomicrographs capture the subtle morphologic spectrum of both biopsy and resection specimens of the prostate, bladder, kidney, testis, and the male genital tract. Each image is captioned with key diagnostic considerations and includes call-outs showing subtle features and diagnostic clues.
    • Practical tools throughout the text include:
      • Tables that emphasize salient clinicopathologic features, management implications, and therapeutic options
      • Discussions of how and when to incorporate immunohistochemical, and if necessary, molecular tools
      • Checklists for key elements of the diagnostic approach and sample notes for inclusion in pathology reports.
      • Photographs of select gross specimens, and numerous histologic correlates
      • Brief reviews of normal histology that provide contrast to succeeding patterns
      • “Pearls and Pitfalls” and “Near Misses” sections with lessons from real life sign-out experience            
      • “Frequently Asked Questions” sections that discuss common diagnostic dilemmas   
      • “Sample Note” sections that offer a template of how to synthesize complicated or especially challenging topics
      • Comprehensive quiz provides experience with high-yield, board-style teaching topics

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    Table of Contents:

    1.    Cover

    2.    Title Page

    3.    Copyright

    4.    Dedication

    5.    Preface

    6.    Acknowledgements

    7.    Contents

    8.    Chapter 1: Prostate

    9.    The Unremarkable and Nonneoplastic Prostate

    10.  Anatomy and Histology

    11.  The Prostate “Capsule” and Boundaries

    12.  The Prostatic Glandular Epithelium

    13.  Simple Atrophy

    14.  Prostatic Nodular Hyperplasia

    15.  Benign Seminal Vesicle and Ejaculatory Duct Tissue

    16.  Ganglia and Paraganglia

    17.  Immunohistochemistry

    18.  Artifacts and Contaminants in Prostate Specimens

    19.  Small Round Gland Epithelial Lesions

    20.  Benign Mimics of Cancer

    21.  Prostatic Acinar Adenocarcinoma

    22.  Basal Cell Carcinoma (Small Gland Pattern)

    23.  Poorly Formed Gland Lesions and Mimics

    24.  Paraganglion

    25.  Xanthoma

    26.  Poorly Formed Gland Prostatic Adenocarcinoma

    27.  Cancer With Treatment Effect

    28.  Large/Complex Gland Epithelial Lesions

    29.  Benign Mimics of “Large Gland” Lesions

    30.  High-Grade Prostatic Intraepithelial Neoplasia

    31.  Malignant Large Gland and Gland-Like Lesions

    32.  Pleomorphic Tumors

    33.  Tumors With a Neuroendocrine Appearance

    34.  Small Blue Cell Pattern Tumors

    35.  Small Cell Carcinoma

    36.  Small Cell–Like Change in Prostatic Neoplasms

    37.  Poorly Differentiated Prostatic Adenocarcinoma

    38.  Other Small Blue Cell Pattern Tumors

    39.  Stromal Lesions

    40.  Inflammatory Processes

    41.  Nonneoplastic Processes

    42.  Neoplastic Processes

    43.  Tumors of the Seminal Vesicle

    44.  Seminal Vesicle Carcinoma

    45.  Mixed Epithelial and Stromal Tumor

    46.  Mesenchymal Tumors of the Seminal Vesicle

    47.  Reporting Elements for Prostatic Specimens

    48.  Biopsy Reporting

    49.  Radical Prostatectomy Reporting and Staging

    50.  Near Misses

    51.  Adenosis (Atypical Adenomatous Hyperplasia)

    52.  Ductal Prostatic Adenocarcinoma Involving Urethra

    53.  Paraganglion Tissue

    54.  Urothelial Carcinoma vs High-Grade Prostatic Adenocarcinoma

    55.  Prostatic Adenocarcinoma With Treatment Effect

    56.  Chapter 2: Bladder

    57.  The Unremarkable and Nonneoplastic Bladder

    58.  Anatomy and Histology

    59.  The Near-Normal Bladder

    60.  Biopsy and Transurethral Resection of Bladder Tumors

    61.  Surface Lesions of the Bladder

    62.  Flat Lesions of the Bladder

    63.  Papillary Lesions of the Bladder—Urothelial

    64.  Papillary Lesions of the Bladder—Nonurothelial

    65.  Deep Lesions of the Bladder

    66.  Invasive Urothelial Carcinoma

    67.  Neoplastic Deep Lesions of the Bladder—Glandular Pattern

    68.  Other Patterns of Neoplastic Deep Lesions of the Bladder

    69.  Neoplastic Deep Lesions of the Bladder—Spindle Pattern

    70.  Nonneoplastic Deep Lesions of the Bladder—Glandular Pattern

    71.  Nonneoplastic Deep Lesions of the Bladder—Spindle Pattern

    72.  Near Misses

    73.  Inverted Papilloma

    74.  Metastatic Colorectal Adenocarcinoma

    75.  Mullerianosis

    76.  Melanoma

    77.  Chapter 3: Kidney

    78.  The Unremarkable and Nonneoplastic Kidney

    79.  Anatomy and Histology

    80.  Nonneoplastic Renal Disease

    81.  Tumors

    82.  Renal Cancer General

    83.  Clear/Pale Cell Pattern

    84.  Papillary Pattern

    85.  Oncocytic/Eosinophilic Cell Pattern

    86.  Tubular/Solid Patterns

    87.  Cystic Lesions

    88.  Infiltrative Pattern

    89.  Spindle Cell Tumors

    90.  Tumors With Spindle Cell and Epithelial Components

    91.  Renal Cancer Staging

    92.  Renal Cancer Grading

    93.  Inflammatory Pattern and Nonneoplastic Pseudotumors

    94.  Lymphoma

    95.  Xanthogranulomatous Pyelonephritis

    96.  Malakoplakia

    97.  Near Misses

    98.  Hemangioma Versus Renal Cell Carcinoma

    99.  Clear Cell Versus Clear Cell Papillary Renal Cell Carcinoma

    100.               Subtle Vein Invasion in Renal Cancer

    101.               Unclassified Oncocytic Tumor

    102.               Chapter 4: Testis

    103.               The Unremarkable Testis

    104.               Anatomy and Histology

    105.               The Near Normal Testis

    106.               Nonneoplastic Testis and Epididymis

    107.               Testis Biopsy for Infertility

    108.               Infectious/Inflammatory

    109.               Torsion and Vasculitis

    110.               Testicular Tumors

    111.               Monomorphic

    112.               Pleomorphic

    113.               Organoid

    114.               Spindle Cell Pattern

    115.               Serum Tumor Markers in Testicular Cancer

    116.               Immunohistochemistry in Testicular Tumors

    117.               Testicular Cancer Reporting and Staging

    118.               Near Misses

    119.               Testicular Infarct

    120.               Regressed Germ Cell Tumor

    121.               Identifying Lymphovascular Invasion in Germ Cell Tumor

    122.               Chapter 5: Paratestis and External Genitalia

    123.               Paratestis

    124.               The Unremarkable Paratestis

    125.               “Celes” and Cystic Lesions

    126.               Glandular Lesions

    127.               Papillary Lesions

    128.               Adipocytic Lesions

    129.               Spindle Pattern

    130.               Scrotum and Penis

    131.               The Unremarkable External Genitalia

    132.               Inflammatory Pattern

    133.               Spindle Pattern

    134.               Papillary/Exophytic Pattern

    135.               Squamous Epithelial In Situ Processes

    136.               Well-Differentiated/Keratinizing Pattern

    137.               Basaloid/Undifferentiated Pattern

    138.               Metastatic Disease

    139.               Near Misses

    140.               Self-Assessment Questions

    141.               Index


  • 1,14600lei 1050.00 lei




    The premier comprehensive textbook in the field, Yaffe and Aranda’s Neonatal and Pediatric Pharmacology, Fifth Edition, provides an authoritative overview of all aspects of drug therapy in newborns, children, and adolescents. It offers evidence-based guidelines for safe, effective, and rational drug therapy, including specific recommendations for all major drug classes and diseases. Now in a vibrant two-color format, this fully revised reference is an indispensable resource for pediatricians, neonatologists, pediatric residents, and fellows in different pediatric subspecialties, including neonatal medicine and pediatric critical care.

    Provides updated information on drug interactions and regulatory issues, as well as new chapters on neonatal apnea, inflammatory bowel diseases, stem cells, monoclonal antibodies, antimalarials, antimycobacterial drugs, and probiotics.

    Covers pharmacology in special settings and populations, antimicrobial pharmacology, neuropharmacology, antiseizure drugs, psychopharmacology, immunopharmacology, pharmacology of biologic drugs, nutritional pharmacology, adverse drug reactions and interactions, pediatric poisoning and antidotes, medications errors in children, and more.

    Offers state-of-the-art discussions on pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacogenetics, pharmacogenomics, pharmacoproteomics, drug development, and clinical trials in infants and children.

    Features convenient appendices containing a neonatal formulary and a pediatric formulary.

    Includes eBook access to downloadable formularies and annual updates.

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    Table of Contents:


    1.         Cover

    2.         Title Page

    3.         Copyright Page

    4.         Dedication

    5.         Tribute to Sumner J. Yaffe, MD

    6.         Foreword

    7.         Preface to the Fourth Edition

    8.         Preface to the Fifth Edition

    9.         Contributors

    10.       Contents

    11.       Introduction to the Fifth Edition and Historical Highlights

    12.       SECTION I: General Principles

    13.       1. Clinical Trials Involving Children: History, Rationale, Regulatory Framework, and Technical Considerations

    14.       2. Clinical Pharmacokinetics in Infants and Children

    15.       3. Developmental Pharmacodynamics, Receptor Function, and Drug Action in Newborns and Children

    16.       4. Drug Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Excretion, and Transporters in Newborns and Children

    17.       5. Pharmacogenetics, Pharmacogenomics, and Pharmacoproteomics in Newborns and Children

    18.       6. Ethics of Drug Research in Newborns and Children

    19.       7. Precision Medicine and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

    20.       8. Drug Formulations for Children

    21.       SECTION II: Pharmacology in Special Settings and Population: The Newborn

    22.       9. Role of Placenta in Drug Metabolism and Drug Transfer

    23.       10. Maternal Medications During Pregnancy and Lactation

    24.       11. Principles of Neonatal Pharmacology

    25.       12. Renal Function and Excretion of Drugs in the Newborn

    26.       13. Neuroprotective Drugs and Perinatal Brain Injury

    27.       14. Pharmacologic Agents for Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia

    28.       15. Pharmacologic Treatment of Neonatal Apnea

    29.       SECTION III: Pharmacology in Special Settings and Population

    30.       16. Therapeutic Applications in Pediatric Intensive Care

    31.       17. Drug Therapy in the Pediatric Emergency Department

    32.       18. Topical Medications

    33.       19. Ophthalmologic Drugs in Infants and Children

    34.       SECTION IV: Antimicrobial Pharmacology

    35.       20. Penicillins, Cephalosporins, and Other β-Lactams

    36.       21. Glycopeptides, Lipoglycopeptides, and Lipopeptides

    37.       22. Aminoglycosides

    38.       23. Macrolides, Clindamycin, and Oxazolidinones

    39.       24. Fluoroquinolones

    40.       25. Sulfonamides, Dihydrofolate Reductase Inhibitors, and Dapsone

    41.       26. Tetracyclines, Chloramphenicol, and Metronidazole

    42.       27. Antimalarials

    43.       28. Anthelminthics Drugs in Children

    44.       29. Antimycobacterial Drugs (Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Atypical Mycobacteria)

    45.       30. Antifungal Agents

    46.       31. Antivirals in Newborns and Children

    47.       32. Pharmacology of Antiretroviral Drugs in Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women and Their Newborns

    48.       SECTION V: Neuropharmacology

    49.       33. Anticonvulsants

    50.       34. Antidepressants and Mood Stabilizers

    51.       35. Stimulants, ADHD Treatments, and Antipsychotics

    52.       36. Analgesics and Sedatives

    53.       37. Pharmacologic Management of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

    54.       38. Local Anesthetic Agents for Regional and Superficial Anesthesia in Infants, Children, and Adolescents

    55.       SECTION VI: Immunopharmacology, Allergy, and Inflammation

    56.       39. Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs

    57.       40. Antihistamine Drugs

    58.       41. Antiasthmatics

    59.       42. Immunosuppressive and Immunomodulatory Drugs

    60.       SECTION VII: Pharmacology of Biologic Drugs

    61.       43. Microbial Therapeutics: Beyond Probiotics

    62.       44. Monoclonal Antibodies

    63.       45. Stem Cells

    64.       46. Drugs, Lung Development, and Pulmonary Surfactant

    65.       47. Childhood Vaccines

    66.       SECTION VIII: Cardiorenal Drugs

    67.       48. Neonatal Cardiovascular Pharmacology

    68.       49. Antiarrhythmic Drugs: Disorders of Cardiac Rhythm and Pharmacologic Management

    69.       50. Antihypertensive Drugs

    70.       51. Diuretics

    71.       SECTION IX: Gastrointestinal Pharmacology

    72.       52. Gastrointestinal Drugs

    73.       53. Drugs in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

    74.       SECTION X: Endocrine and Hematologic Pharmacology

    75.       54. Glucocorticoids

    76.       55. Insulin and Diabetes

    77.       56. Growth Hormone

    78.       57. Thyroid Hormones

    79.       58. Hematologic Agents

    80.       59. Clinical Pharmacology of Antineoplastic Drugs

    81.       SECTION XI: Nutritional Pharmacology, Pharmacotoxidromes, Adverse Drug Reactions, and Interactions

    82.       60. Nutrient Supplements

    83.       61. Herbal Drugs in Children

    84.       62. Pediatric Poisonings and Antidotes

    85.       63. Adverse Drug Reactions in Newborns and Children

    86.       64. Medication Errors in Children

    87.       65. Drug Interactions in Newborns and Children

    88.       Appendix A1: Neonatal Drug Formulary

    89.       Appendix A2: Pediatric Drug Formulary

    90.       Index



  • 1,10500lei 1000.00 lei


    Over the past 30 years high-resolution CT (HRCT) has matured to become an integral part of the multidisciplinary evaluation in diffuse lung disease. In this regard, Webb, Muller and Naidich’s High-Resolution CT of the Lung, 6th Edition, is a ‘gold standard’ reference that aims to keep radiologists and pulmonologists alike at the cutting edge of the ever-evolving field of thoracic imaging. The new US-European author team continues the tradition of excellence which readers have come to expect while the underlying layout and ethos — established by the ‘founding’ author team — remain.

    The new edition aims to brings readers up to date not only with recent advances but also with the important conceptual changes in thinking in various fields of thoracic imaging. Also featured in this updated edition is authoritative guidance on HRCT findings and differential diagnosis, as well as the characteristics of the common lung diseases assessed using HRCT, all enhanced by a multitude of new images and updated content throughout. 

    Table of Contents:


    Half Title

    Title Page

    Copyright Page





    SECTION I High-Resolution CT Techniques and Normal Anatomy

    1 Technical Aspects of High-Resolution CT

    2 Normal Lung Anatomy

    SECTION II Approach to HRCT Diagnosis and Findings of Lung Disease

    3 HRCT Findings: Linear, Reticular, and Fibrotic Opacities

    4 HRCT Findings: Multiple Nodules and Nodular Opacities

    5 HRCT Findings: Parenchymal Opacification

    6 HRCT Findings: Air-Filled Lung Cysts

    7 HRCT Findings: The Mosaic Attenuation Pattern/Decreased Attenuation

    SECTION III High-Resolution CT Diagnosis of Diffuse Lung Disease

    8 Fibrosing Idiopathic Interstitial Pneumonias

    9 Other Idiopathic Interstitial Pneumonias: Cryptogenic Organizing Pneumonia, Acute Interstitial Pneumonia, Smoking-Related Interstitial Lung Diseases, Lymphoid Interstitial Pneumonia

    10 Connective Tissue Diseases

    11 Diffuse Pulmonary Neoplasms and Pulmonary Lymphoproliferative Diseases

    12 Sarcoidosis

    13 Pneumoconiosis, Occupational, and Environmental Lung Disease

    14 Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis and Eosinophilic Lung Diseases

    15 Drug-Induced Lung Diseases and Radiation Pneumonitis

    16 Miscellaneous Infiltrative Lung Diseases

    17 Infections

    18 Pulmonary Edema and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

    19 Cystic Lung Diseases

    20 Emphysema and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    21 Airways Diseases

    22 Pulmonary Hypertension and Pulmonary Vascular Disease

    SECTION IV High-Resolution CT Review

    23 Illustrated Glossary of High-Resolution CT Terms

    24 Appearances and Characteristics of Common Diseases


  • 30600lei 275.00 lei



    The critical drug information you need for clinical practice and board preparation—in one, convenient portable guide Pharmacotherapy Handbook delivers both the key points pharmacists needs to know in practice and the information students studying for the boards needs to pass. The Handbook delivers the essential information you need to confidently make drug therapy decisions for more than 140 diseases and disorders most commonly encountered in a clinical setting. Whether you’re a student, pharmacist, or hospital administrator, you’ll find answers quickly and easily in this reliable, carry-anywhere guide. Featuring a convenient alphabetized presentation, the book utilizes text, tables, figures, and treatment algorithms to make important drug data readily accessible and easily understandable. This updated eleventh edition includes new chapters on the pharmacists’ patient care process, opioid use disorder, and superficial fungal infections. Each chapter is organized in a consistent format: Disease state definition Pathophysiology Clinical presentation Diagnosis Treatment Evaluation of therapeutic outcomes Nine appendices include Pediatric Pharmacotherapy, Geriatric Assessment, Critical Care Patient Assessment, Drug Allergies, Drug-Induced Hematologic Disorders, Drug-Induced Liver Disease, Drug-Induced Pulmonary Disease, Drug-Induced Kidney Disease, and Drug-Induced Ophthalmic Disorders



    Table of Contents:



    1. Gout and Hyperuricemia

    2. Osteoarthritis

    3. Osteoporosis

    4. Rheumatoid Arthritis


    5. Acute Coronary Syndromes

    6. Arrhythmias

    7. Cardiac Arrest

    8. Dyslipidemia

    9. Heart Failure

    10. Hypertension

    11. Ischemic Heart Disease

    12. Shock Syndromes

    13. Stroke

    14. Venous Thromboembolism


    15. Acne Vulgaris

    16. Dermatologic Drug Reactions and Common Skin Conditions

    17. Psoriasis


    18. Adrenal Gland Disorders

    19. Diabetes Mellitus

    20. Thyroid Disorders


    21. Cirrhosis and Portal Hypertension

    22. Constipation

    23. Diarrhea

    24. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

    25. Hepatitis, Viral

    26. Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    27. Nausea and Vomiting

    28. Pancreatitis

    29. Peptic Ulcer Disease


    30. Contraception

    31. Hormone Therapy in Women

    32. Pregnancy and Lactation


    33. Anemias

    34. Sickle Cell Disease


    35. Antimicrobial Regimen Selection

    36. Central Nervous System Infections

    37. Endocarditis

    38. Fungal Infections, Invasive

    39. Fungal Infections, Superficial

    40. Gastrointestinal Infections

    41. Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection

    42. Influenza

    43. Intra-Abdominal Infections

    44. Respiratory Tract Infections, Lower

    45. Respiratory Tract Infections, Upper

    46. Sepsis and Septic Shock

    47. Sexually Transmitted Diseases

    48. Skin and Soft-Tissue Infections

    49. Surgical Prophylaxis

    50. Tuberculosis

    51. Urinary Tract Infections and Prostatitis

    52. Vaccines, Toxoids, and Other Immunobiologics


    53. Alzheimer Disease

    54. Epilepsy and Status Epilepticus

    55. Headache: Migraine and Tension-Type

    56. Pain Management

    57. Parkinson Disease


    58. Obesity

    59. Nutrition Assessment and Support


    60. Breast Cancer

    61. Colorectal Cancer

    62. Lung Cancer

    63. Lymphomas

    64. Prostate Cancer


    65. Glaucoma


    66. Anxiety Disorders

    67. Bipolar Disorder

    68. Depressive Disorder

    69. Opioid Use Disorder

    70. Schizophrenia

    71. Sleep–Wake Disorders

    72. Substance Use Disorders: Alcohol, CNS Depressants, Stimulants, Nicotine


    73. Acid–Base Disorders

    74. Acute Kidney Injury

    75. Chronic Kidney Disease

    76. Electrolyte Homeostasis


    77. Allergic Rhinitis

    78. Asthma

    79. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease


    80. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

    81. Erectile Dysfunction

    82. Urinary Incontinence


    Appendix 1. Pediatric Pharmacotherapy, Nutrition, and Neonatal Critical Care

    Appendix 2. Geriatric Assessment and Pharmacotherapy

    Appendix 3. Critical Care: Patient Assessment and Pharmacotherapy

    Appendix 4. Drug Allergy

    Appendix 5. Drug-Induced Hematologic Disorders

    Appendix 6. Drug-Induced Liver Disease

    Appendix 7. Drug-Induced Pulmonary Disease

    Appendix 8. Drug-Induced Kidney Disease

    Appendix 9. Drug-Induced Ophthalmic Disorders



  • 70000lei 650.00 lei

    European countries have much in common. They are geographically and culturally close and they all face the problem of relative weakness vis-à-vis larger actors. However, while their many similarities lead them to cooperate, their geopolitical differences and specificities translate into conflicting priorities over how to arrange the terms of cooperation. European security is hence defined by a powerful tension between conflict and cooperation. And Europe's most powerful countries largely delineate the mechanics of such tension. By examining the interplay between geopolitical change, British, French and German grand strategy and the evolution of NATO and the European Union's (EU) Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) between 2001 and 2010, this book seeks to shed light on the nature and evolution of European security. Only by examining the grand strategies of Europe's most powerful countries can we get a sense of their interests. However, in order to properly grasp the nature and evolution of such interests we must observe how they play out at the level of specific debates. Very often, it is only when it comes to organising the specific terms of cooperation that conflicting priorities can be properly appreciated. Herein lies the importance of the EU-NATO conundrum. Throughout the 2001-2010 period, NATO and CSDP remained the best thermometers of the powerful tension between conflict and cooperation that defines European security. This book is thus fundamental reading for students, academics and practitioners with an interest in European security, geopolitics, NATO and CSDP.

  • 44000lei 400.00 lei




    General Pediatrics Board Review is a comprehensive guide for recent residency graduates and re-certifiers preparing for the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) board exam. The text consists of over 1000 multiple-choice questions, organized into 25 chapters covering pediatrics topics such as fetal and neonatal care, adolescent and young adult medicine, genetics, child maltreatment, pediatric infectious diseases, gastrointestinal disorders, and more. Chapters include questions, answers with detailed explanations and references to primary or landmark articles to help better navigate a standardized exam. Questions are written in a case-based format that emulates the ABP board exam, and are supplemented by figures, tables, and boxes. A Quick Facts section rounds out the text for ease of reference.



    Table of Contents:


    1.    1. Preventive General Pediatrics

    2.    2. Fetal and Neonatal Care

    3.    3. Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine

    4.    4. Genetics

    5.    5. Mental and Behavioral Health

    6.    6. Child Maltreatment

    7.    7. Emergency Medicine/Critical Care Medicine

    8.    8. Infectious Diseases

    9.    9. Oncology

    10.  10. Hematology

    11.  11. Allergy and Immunology

    12.  12. Endocrinology

    13.  13. Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

    14.  14. Rheumatologic Disorders

    15.  15. Neurology

    16.  16. Ear, Nose, and Throat

    17.  17. Cardiology

    18.  18. Pulmonology

    19.  19. Gastrointestinal Disorders

    20.  20. Nephrology and Urology

    21.  21. Ophthalmology

    22.  22. Dermatology

    23.  23. Psychosocial Issues

    24.  24. Ethics

    25.  25. Research Methods, Statistics, Patient Safety, and Quality Improvement

    26.  26. Quick Facts

    27.  Index


  • 44000lei 385.00 lei


    The Acute Care of at-Risk Newborns (ACoRN) program trains health care providers to stabilize that most challenging and enigmatic of medical patients: the unwell newborn.

    Early assessment, intervention, and management of at-risk or unstable infants can be critical for their survival and long-term health. Clinical care standards and educational programs to address these requirements are needed. ­The ACoRN program provides a unique, prioritized, and systematic approach to newborn stabilization for health care professionals with any degree of experience. ACoRN-trained providers learn to gather information, prioritize, intervene appropriately, and deliver high-quality care to at-risk and unwell newborns in any setting.

    Because research and practice have advanced dramatically in recent years, the need for a new ACoRN text, the program's centrepiece, became essential. Hence the development of this new edition, which reflects current guidelines and evidence-based best practices.

    ACoRN teaches the concepts and skills required to stabilize unwell newborns through system-based algorithms ('Sequences'), each with its own chapter:

    - Respiratory
    - Fluid and Glucose
    - Cardiovascular
    - Jaundice
    - Neurology
    - Thermoregulation
    - Surgical Conditions
    - Infection

    Each chapter includes educational objectives, key concepts, learning points, and at least one case scenario with questions and answers to reinforce content and learnings. Chapters describing newborn transition, the ACoRN process, supportive care, and safe transport round out the systems-based core.

    This book is written for any health professional who may be required to participate in the stabilization of sick or preterm babies within their scope of practice.


    New to this Edition:

    • Includes updated knowledge and clinical practices as well as changes to the primary survey and sequences informed by ACoRN workships and practitioners over the past 15 years
    • Chapters redesigned and streamlined with new tools and risk assessment level to assist the care provider
    • Incorporates information from clinical practice guidelines and statements of the Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS)


  • 21800lei 205.00 lei

    Now fully revised and updated with the latest guidelines, this new edition of the Oxford Handbook of Paediatrics is an easy-to-use and compact guide to all aspects of acute and chronic paediatrics. The team of specialist contributors and editors have successfully condensed many years of clinical experience into a pocket-sized compendium of clinical problems and treatment options. Taking a child-centred approach to the subject, the book provides comprehensive coverage of areas such as neonatology, surgery, genetics and congenital malformations, along with the treatment of children in the community, the psychological effects of illness on the child and family, child safeguarding, and ethical and legal issues, all in a user-friendly and succinct style. All chapters have been updated for this new edition, which now includes a new chapter comprehensively covering allergies, with new dedicated chapters on audiology, ophthalmology, and rheumatology. Child safeguarding has been thoroughly revised in line with latest guidance, with a new topic on manslaughter by gross negligence. The practical advice and experience contained within this handbook will be invaluable to all those involved in the care of the younger patient.

    Provides a child-centred approach to the care of the paediatric patient
    Includes hands-on advice on common dilemmas in paediatric medicine
    Providing concise evidence-based and child-centred guidance for varied clinical settings in everyday practice
    A must-have resource at all stages of training and in various clinical practice settings


  • 46700lei 385.00 lei




    Master the role and responsibilities of the veterinary assistant! From respected veterinary educator Margi Sirois, Elsevier’s Veterinary Assisting Textbook, 3rd Edition covers everything you need to know to pass the Approved Veterinary Assistant (AVA) exam and succeed in clinical practice. With this comprehensive textbook students will learn to assist in laboratory and radiographic procedures, properly restrain animals, set up equipment and supplies, clean and maintain practice facilities, feed and exercise patients, collect samples, handle and dispense medications, groom patients, and record keeping. Updated content reflects the latest advances in veterinary assisting procedures, and new images illustrate key tasks.

    Comprehensive coverage provides details on the tasks performed by veterinary assistants, and covers everything you need to know to pass the Approved Veterinary Assistant (AVA) exam and succeed in clinical practice.

    Step-by-step instructions and hundreds of full-color photographs show veterinary assisting tasks and clarify key concepts.

    Information on office procedures and client relations prepares you to be involved in many of the business aspects of veterinary practice and to work closely with management staff.

    Coverage of the workflow in a veterinary practice helps you understand your role as well as the roles of all the other members of the veterinary health care team.

    Critical Concept boxes highlight important points and provide useful tips to improve your knowledge and skills.

    A student workbook provides activities to help you apply concepts to veterinary practice, including definitions of key terms, review questions, crossword puzzles, illustration labeling, sample cases, and clinical applications. Available separately.

    NEW! Completely updated content throughout reflects the latest advances in veterinary assisting procedures for improved patient service.

    NEW! Fear-free handling coverage now included in Chapter 6Animal Behavior and Restraint.

    NEW! Poultry Care section added to Chapter 13Large Animal Nursing and Husbandry.

    NEW and UPDATED! Additional and revised images throughout accurately illustrate key veterinary assisting tasks.


    Table of Contents:


    1. Overview of the Veterinary Profession

    2. Office Procedures and Client Relations

    3. Medical Terminology

    4. Animal Behavior and Restraint

    5. Animal Husbandry and Nutrition

    6. Animal Care and Nursing

    7. Anatomy and Physiology

    8. Pharmacology and Pharmacy

    9. Anesthesia and Surgical Assisting

    10. Laboratory Procedures

    11. Diagnostic Imaging

    12. Avian and Exotic Animal Care and Nursing

    13. Large Animal Nursing and Husbandry





  • 33600lei 280.00 lei




    Master the veterinary technician’s role in caring for critically ill or injured pets! Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care for Veterinary Technicians, 4th Edition provides quick access to dozens of common, life-saving protocols and procedures. Each treatment technique is described in step-by-step detail and illustrated in full color. To prepare you for the veterinary setting, a team approach is emphasized. This edition adds three new chapters and includes practical, easy-to-apply medical math and scenario-based exercises. Written by experienced veterinary technicians Andrea Battaglia and Andrea Steele, this resource prepares you for success on the VTNE, in veterinary practices, and in animal hospital emergency departments.


    Step-by-step instructions show how to perform specific procedures and techniques, guiding you through key assessment and treatment techniques.

    Technician Notes highlight specific procedures, with diagrams, photos, and detailed instructions, providing at-a-glance guidance for students and practicing vet techs.

    Comprehensive coverage of pain management, respiratory emergencies, and urologic emergencies provides cutting-edge treatment options for a wide variety of commonly seen presenting problems.

    Review and preparation for the VTNE (Veterinary Technician National Examination) is provided by Medical Math exercises and questions based on real-world scenarios.

    Coverage of equipment and techniques includes the latest advances in basic lab equipment, fluid therapy, and oxygen therapy.

    Equipment lists are provided at the beginning of most chapters, ensuring that you will have the appropriate tools on hand for each type of emergency situation. Practical exercises prepare you for success on the VTNE.

    New To This Edition:

    NEW! Three new chapters are included: Supporting the Critically Ill or Injured through Physical Rehabilitation Techniques, Fostering Wellbeing in the ER and ICU, and Managing Pharmaceuticals in the ER.

    NEW! Chapter pretests assess your knowledge and allow you to identify your strengths and weaknesses.

    NEW and UPDATED photos and illustrations enhance your understanding by accurately depicting the clinical signs encountered in emergency and critical care.


    Table Of Contents:

    SECTION I: Critically Ill Small Animals

    1. Critical Thinking - Skill of Observation and Interpretation
    2. Monitoring of the Critically Ill or Injured Patient
    3. Patient's Lifeline: Intravenous Catheter
    4. Fluid Therapy
    5. Transfusion Medicine
    6. Nutritional Support for the Critically Ill Patient
    7. Oxygen Therapy Techniques
    8. Mechanical Ventilation
    9. Pain Assessment and Treatment
    10. Supporting the Critically Ill or Injured through Physical Rehabilitation Techniques  NEW!
    11. Anesthesia in the Critically Ill or Injured
    12. Isolation Techniques in Clinical Practice

    SECTION II: Emergency Care for Small Animals

    13. Emergency Receiving
    14. Management of Patients in Shock
    15. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Current Practice
    16. Traumatic Emergencies
    17. Hematologic Emergencies
    18. Cardiovascular Emergencies
    19. Respiratory Emergencies
    20. Gastrointestinal Emergencies
    21. Metabolic and Endocrine Emergencies
    22. Urologic Emergencies
    23. Reproductive Emergencies
    24. Ocular Emergencies
    25. Neurologic Emergencies
    26. Toxicologic Emergencies
    27. Avian and Exotic Emergencies
    28. Disaster Medicine

    SECTION III: Practice Management

    29. Fostering Wellbeing in the ER and ICU  NEW!
    30. The Art of Scheduling
    31. Client Communication in an Emergency
    32. Managing Pharmaceuticals in the ER  NEW!



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    Master the diagnosis and effective treatment of veterinary neurologic disorders! de Lahunta’s Veterinary Neuroanatomy and Clinical Neurology, 5th Edition provides in-depth coverage of the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the nervous system. With this knowledge, you will be able to accurately diagnose the location of neurologic lesions in small animals, horses, and food animals. Practical guidelines explain how to perform neurologic examinations, interpret examination results, and formulate treatment plans. Descriptions of neurologic disorders are accompanied by clinical case studies, photos and drawings, and radiographs. Written by neurology experts Alexander de Lahunta, Eric Glass, and Marc Kent, this resource includes hundreds of online videos depicting the patients and disorders described in the text.


    • Logical case description format presents diseases in a manner that is similar to diagnosing and treating neurologic disorders in the clinical setting: 1) Description of the neurologic disorder; 2) Neuroanatomic diagnosis and how it was determined, the differential diagnosis, and any ancillary data; and 3) Course of the disease, the final clinical or necropsy diagnosis, and a brief discussion of the syndrome.
    • More than 380 videos on a companion website hosted by the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine bring concepts to life and clearly demonstrate the neurologic disorders and examination techniques described in case examples throughout the text.
    • More than 250 high-quality radiographs and over 800 vibrant color photographs and line drawings depict anatomy, physiology, and pathology, including gross and microscopic lesions, and enhance your ability to diagnose challenging neurologic cases.
    • High-quality, state-of-the-art MRI images correlate with stained transverse sections of the brain, showing minute detail that the naked eye alone cannot see.
    • A detailed Video Table of Contents in the front of the book makes it easier to access the videos that correlate to case examples.

    New To This Edition:

    • NEW case descriptions offer additional practice in working your way through real-life scenarios to reach an accurate diagnosis and an effective treatment plan for neurologic disorders.
    • NEW! Content updates reflect the latest evidence-based research.
    • NEW! Clinical photos and illustrations are updated to reflect current practice.


    Table Of Contents:

    1. Introduction
    2. Neuroanatomy by Dissection
    3. Development of the Nervous System: Malformation
    4. Cerebrospinal Fluid and Hydrocephalus
    5. Lower Motor Neuron: Spinal Nerve, General Somatic Efferent System
    6. Lower Motor Neuron: General Somatic Efferent, Cranial Nerve
    7. Lower Motor Neuron: General Visceral Efferent System
    8. Upper Motor Neuron
    9. General Sensory Systems: General Proprioception and General Somatic Afferent
    10. Small Animal Spinal Cord Disease
    11. Large Animal Spinal Cord Disease
    12. Vestibular System: Special Proprioception
    13. Cerebellum
    14. Visual System
    15. Auditory System: Special Somatic Afferent System
    16. Visceral Afferent Systems
    17. Nonolfactory Rhinencephalon: Limbic System
    18. Seizure Disorders: Narcolepsy
    19. Diencephalon
    20. Uncontrolled Involuntary Skeletal Muscle Contractions  
    21. The Neurologic Examination
    22. Case Descriptions  ALL NEW!


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    Learn to calculate dosages accurately and administer drugs safely! Applied Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians, 6th Edition shows you how to determine drug dosages, administer prescribed drugs to animals, and instruct clients about side effects and precautions. Coverage of drugs includes pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, clinical uses, dosage forms, and adverse effects. An Evolve companion website offers animations of pharmacologic processes, practice with dosage calculations, narrated videos demonstrating drug administration techniques, and more. Written by veterinary technology educator Lisa Martini-Johnson, this resource provides the pharmacology knowledge you need to succeed as a vet tech!



    • Quick-access format makes it easy to find important drug information, including clinical uses, dosage forms, and adverse side effects.
    • Body systems organization follows a logical sequence of study.
    • Illustrated, step-by-step procedures demonstrate proper administration techniques for common drug forms.
    • Key terms, chapter outlines, Notes boxes, and learning objectives focus your learning and make studying easier.
    • Proprietary drug names are listed with the generic drug names, highlighting drugs that have generic options.
    • Companion Evolve website includes drug administration videos, drug calculators with accompanying word problems, animations of pharmacologic processes, and dosage calculation exercises.
    • Dosage calculation exercises provide practice immediately after new information is presented.
    • Review questions reinforce your understanding of key concepts, with answers located in the back of the book.
    • Technician Notes provide useful hints and important reminders to help you avoid common errors and increase your efficiency on the job.

    New To This Edition:

    • NEW! Emergency Drugs chapter is added.
    • UPDATED drug information keeps veterinary students current with the newest pharmacologic agents and their uses, adverse side effects, and dosage forms.
    • NEW! Case studies at the end of every chapter provide students with real-world scenarios.

    Table Of Contents:


    1. General Pharmacology
    2. Routes and Techniques of Drug Administration
    3. Practical Calculations
    4. Drugs Used in Nervous System Disorders
    5. Drugs Used in Respiratory System Disorders
    6. Drugs Used in Renal and Urinary Tract Disorders
    7. Drugs Used in Cardiovascular System Disorders
    8. Drugs Used in Gastrointestinal System Disorders
    9. Drugs Used in Hormonal, Endocrine, and Reproductive Disorders
    10. Drugs Used in Ophthalmic and Otic Disorders
    11. Drugs Used in Skin Disorders
    12. Anti-infective Drugs
    13. Antiparasitic Drugs
    14. Drugs Used to Relieve Pain and Inflammation
    15. Therapeutic Nutritional, Fluid, and Electrolyte Replacements
    16. Blood-Modifying, Antineoplastic, and Immunosuppressant Drugs
    17. Immunologic Drugs
    18. Miscellaneous Therapeutic Agents
    19. Inventory: The Veterinary Technician's Role
    20. Emergency Drugs  NEW!
    Appendix A: Common Abbreviations Used in Veterinary Medicine
    Appendix B: Weights and Measures
    Appendix C: Antidotes
    Appendix D: Common Drugs: Approximate Dosages
    Appendix E: Listing of Drugs According to Functional and Therapeutic Classification
    Appendix F: Controlled Substances Information Summary


  • 17900lei 170.00 lei




    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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    From the Department of Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University and continuing in the tradition of award-winning educator and epidemiologist Dr. Leon Gordis, comes the fully revised 6th Edition of Gordis Epidemiology. This bestselling text provides a solid introduction to basic epidemiologic principles as well as practical applications in public health and clinical practice, highlighted by real-world examples throughout. New coverage includes expanded information on genetic epidemiology, epidemiology and public policy, and ethical and professional issues in epidemiology, providing a strong basis for understanding the role and importance of epidemiology in today’s data-driven society.



    Table of Contents:


    1.    Introduction

    2.    Chapter 1 Introduction

    3.    What Is Epidemiology?

    4.    Objectives of Epidemiology

    5.    Epidemiology and Prevention

    6.    Epidemiology and Clinical Practice

    7.    Epidemiologic Approach

    8.    From Observations to Preventive Actions

    9.    When the Frequency of a Disease Declines, Who Deserves the Credit?

    10.  Integrating Prevention and Treatment

    11.  Conclusion

    12.  References

    13.  Chapter 2 The Dynamics of Disease Transmission

    14.  Modes of Transmission

    15.  Clinical and Subclinical Disease

    16.  Carrier Status

    17.  Endemic, Epidemic, and Pandemic

    18.  Disease Outbreaks

    19.  Immunity and Susceptibility

    20.  Herd Immunity

    21.  Incubation Period

    22.  Attack Rate

    23.  Exploring Occurrence of Disease

    24.  Outbreak Investigation

    25.  Conclusion

    26.  References

    27.  Review Questions for Chapter 2

    28.  Chapter 3 The Occurrence of Disease

    29.  Surveillance

    30.  Stages of Disease in an Individual and in a Population

    31.  Measures of Morbidity

    32.  Conclusion

    33.  References

    34.  Review Questions for Chapter 3

    35.  Chapter 4 The Occurrence of Disease

    36.  Measures of Mortality

    37.  Comparing Mortality in Different Populations

    38.  Other Measures of the Impact of Disease

    39.  Conclusion

    40.  References

    41.  Review Questions for Chapter 4

    42.  Chapter 5 Assessing the Validity and Reliability of Diagnostic and Screening Tests

    43.  Biologic Variation of Human Populations

    44.  Validity of Screening Tests

    45.  Use of Multiple Tests

    46.  Predictive Value of a Test

    47.  Reliability (Repeatability) of Tests

    48.  Relationship Between Validity and Reliability

    49.  Conclusion

    50.  References

    51.  Appendices to Chapter 5

    52.  Review Questions for Chapter 5

    53.  Chapter 6 The Natural History of Disease

    54.  Case-Fatality

    55.  Person-Years

    56.  Five-Year Survival

    57.  Observed Survival

    58.  The Kaplan-Meier Method

    59.  Assumptions Made in Using Life Tables and Kaplan-Meier Method

    60.  Apparent Effects on Prognosis of Improvements in Diagnosis

    61.  Median Survival Time

    62.  Relative Survival

    63.  Generalizability of Survival Data

    64.  Conclusion

    65.  References

    66.  Review Questions for Chapter 6

    67.  Section II Using Epidemiology to Identify the Cause of Disease

    68.  Introduction

    69.  Chapter 7 Observational Studies

    70.  Case Reports and Case Series

    71.  Ecologic Studies

    72.  Cross-Sectional Studies

    73.  Case-Control Studies

    74.  Conclusion

    75.  References

    76.  Review Questions for Chapter 7

    77.  Chapter 8 Cohort Studies

    78.  Design of a Cohort Study

    79.  Selection of Study Populations

    80.  Types of Cohort Studies

    81.  Examples of Cohort Studies

    82.  Cohort Studies for Investigating Childhood Health and Disease

    83.  Potential Biases in Cohort Studies

    84.  When Is a Cohort Study Warranted?

    85.  Case-Control Studies Based Within a Defined Cohort

    86.  Conclusion

    87.  References

    88.  Review Questions for Chapter 8

    89.  Chapter 9 Comparing Cohort and Case-Control Studies

    90.  Chapter 10 Assessing Preventive and Therapeutic Measures

    91.  Selection of Subjects

    92.  Allocating Subjects to Treatment Groups Without Randomization

    93.  Allocating Subjects Using Randomization

    94.  Data Collection on Subjects

    95.  Crossover

    96.  Factorial Design

    97.  Noncompliance

    98.  Conclusion

    99.  References

    100.               Chapter 11 Randomized Trials

    101.               Sample Size

    102.               Recruitment and Retention of Study Participants

    103.               Ways of Expressing the Results of Randomized Trials

    104.               Interpreting the Results of Randomized Trials

    105.               Four Phases in Testing New Drugs in the United States

    106.               Five Major Randomized Trials in the United States

    107.               Randomized Trials for Evaluating Widely Accepted Interventions

    108.               Registration of Clinical Trials

    109.               Ethical Considerations

    110.               Conclusion

    111.               Epilogue

    112.               References

    113.               Review Questions for Chapters 10 and 11

    114.               Chapter 12 Estimating Risk

    115.               Absolute Risk

    116.               How Do We Determine Whether a Certain Disease Is Associated With a Certain Exposure?

    117.               Relative Risk

    118.               Odds Ratio (Relative Odds)

    119.               Conclusion

    120.               References

    121.               Review Questions for Chapter 12

    122.               Appendix to Chapter 12

    123.               Chapter 13 More on Risk

    124.               Attributable Risk

    125.               Comparison of Relative Risk and Attributable Risk

    126.               Conclusion

    127.               References

    128.               Review Questions for Chapter 13

    129.               Appendix to Chapter 13: Levin's Formula for the Attributable Risk for the Total Population

    130.               Chapter 14 From Association to Causation

    131.               Approaches for Studying Disease Etiology

    132.               Types of Associations

    133.               Types of Causal Relationships

    134.               Evidence for a Causal Relationship

    135.               Guidelines for Judging Whether an Observed Association Is Causal

    136.               Deriving Causal Inferences: Two Examples

    137.               Modifications of the Guidelines for Causal Inferences

    138.               Conclusion

    139.               References

    140.               Review Questions for Chapter 14

    141.               Chapter 15 More on Causal Inference

    142.               Bias

    143.               Confounding

    144.               Interaction

    145.               Conclusion

    146.               References

    147.               Review Questions for Chapter 15

    148.               Chapter 16 Identifying the Roles of Genetic and Environmental Factors in Disease Causation

    149.               Traditional Genetics

    150.               Complex Diseases

    151.               Time Trends in Disease Incidence

    152.               Linkage Analysis in Family Studies

    153.               Interaction Between Genetic and Environmental Risk Factors

    154.               Precision Medicine

    155.               Prospects for the Future

    156.               Conclusion

    157.               References

    158.               Review Questions for Chapter 16

    159.               Glossary of Genetic Terms for Chapter 16

    160.               Section III Applying Epidemiology to Evaluation and Policy

    161.               Introduction

    162.               Chapter 17 Using Epidemiology to Evaluate Health Services

    163.               Studies of Process and Outcome

    164.               Efficacy, Effectiveness, and Efficiency

    165.               Measures of Outcome

    166.               Comparing Epidemiologic Studies of Disease Etiology and Epidemiologic Research Evaluating Effectiveness of Health Services

    167.               Evaluation Using Group Data

    168.               Evaluation Using Individual Data

    169.               Conclusion

    170.               References

    171.               Review Questions for Chapter 17

    172.               Chapter 18 Epidemiologic Approach to Evaluating Screening Programs

    173.               Natural History of Disease

    174.               Pattern of Disease Progression

    175.               Methodologic Issues

    176.               Study Designs for Evaluating Screening: Nonrandomized and Randomized Studies

    177.               Problems in Assessing the Sensitivity and Specificity of Screening Tests

    178.               Interpreting Study Results That Show No Benefit of Screening

    179.               Cost-Benefit Analysis of Screening

    180.               Conclusion

    181.               References

    182.               Review Questions for Chapter 18

    183.               Chapter 19 Epidemiology and Public Policy

    184.               Epidemiology and Prevention

    185.               Population Approaches Versus High-Risk Approaches to Prevention

    186.               Epidemiology and Clinical Medicine: Hormone Replacement Therapy in Postmenopausal Women

    187.               Risk Assessment

    188.               Meta-Analysis

    189.               Publication Bias

    190.               Epidemiology in the Courts

    191.               Sources and Impact of Uncertainty

    192.               Policy Issues Regarding Risk: What Should the Objectives Be?

    193.               Conclusion

    194.               References

    195.               Chapter 20 Ethical and Professional Issues in Epidemiology

    196.               Ethical Issues in Epidemiology

    197.               Investigators’ Obligations to Study Subjects

    198.               Protecting Privacy and Confidentiality

    199.               Access to Data

    200.               Race and Ethnicity in Epidemiologic Studies

    201.               Conflict of Interest

    202.               Interpreting Findings

    203.               Conclusion

    204.               References

    205.               Answers to Review Questions

    206.               Index



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    2. Orthopaedic History

    3. The Orthopaedic Examination: A Comprehensive Overview

    4. The Orthopaedic Examination: Clinical Application

    5. Gait Analysis

    6. The Limping Child

    7. Back Pain

    Section 2 Anatomic Disorders

    8. Disorders of the Neck

    9. Scoliosis

    10. Kyphosis

    11. Other Anatomic Disorders of the Spine

    12. Disorder of the Upper Extremity

    13. Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip

    14. Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease

    15. Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis

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    17. Disorders of the Femur

    18. Disorders of the Leg

    19. Disorders of the Foot

    20. Limb Length Discrepancy

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    22. Arthritis

    23. Infections of the Musculoskeletal System

    Section 4 Musculoskeletal Tumors

    24. General Principles of Tumor Management

    25. Benign Musculoskeletal Tumors

    26. Malignant Bone Tumors

    Section 5 Injuries

    27. General Principles of Managing Orthopaedic Injuries

    28. Spinal Injuries

    29. Upper Extremity Injuries

    30. Lower Extremity Injuries

    Section 6: Neuromuscular Disorders

    31. Disorders of the Brain

    32. Disorders of the Spinal Cord

    33. Poliomyelitis

    34. Disorders of the Peripheral Nervous System

    35. Muscle Diseases

    Section 7: Other Orthopaedic Disorders

    36. Skeletal Dysplasias

    37. Orthopaedic Related Syndromes

    38. Metabolic and Endocrine Bone Diseases

    39. Hematologic Disorders

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