8 edition of Manual of clinical problems in adult ambulatory care found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Laurie Dornbrand, Axalla J. Hoole, Robert Fletcher.|
|Contributions||Dornbrand, Laurie., Hoole, Axalla J., 1938-, Fletcher, Robert H.|
|LC Classifications||RC55 .M264 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 776 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||776|
|LC Control Number||97001675|
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Manual of clinical problems in adult ambulatory care: With annotated key references (A Little, Brown spiral manual) Paperback – January 1, by Laurie Dornbrand (Editor)Price: $ Manual of Clinical Problems in Adult Ambulatory Care: With Annotated Key References (Spiral Manual Ser.) [Laurie; Hoole, Axalla J.; Fletcher, Robert E.; Pickard, C Author: Dornbrand, Laurie; Hoole, Axalla J.; Fletcher, Robert E.; Pickard, C.
Glenn. Description: This manual serves as a concise reference for common problems in adult ambulatory care, featuring both problem-oriented and diagnosis-oriented approaches. The editors use a traditional organ system approach to organize the : $ Manual of Clinical Problems in Adult Ambulatory Care, with Annotated Key References [Laurie Hoole, Axalla J.
Dornbrand] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Dornbrand, Laurie Hoole, Axalla J. Summary: Offers guidance on clinical problems that are frequently encountered in the adult ambulatory care setting. This book covers organ systems, with sections on constitutional symptoms, psychiatric and behavioral problems, infectious diseases, women's and men's health issues, and health maintenance.
Get this from a library. Manual of clinical problems in adult ambulatory care, with annotated key references. [Laurie Dornbrand; Axalla J Hoole; C Glenn Pickard;]. Experienced clinicians may find this manual too basic, but it is appropriate for students, housestaff, and beginning practitioners.
Purpose: To serve as a practical resource for common problems in primary care, addressing etiology, differential diagnosis, evaluation, and management of problems in adult : Deborah L.
Burnet. One hundred forty-two chapters in twenty sections covering disorders likely to be seen in office practice: constitutional symptoms (dizziness, fatigue, obesity, weight loss); eye and visual problems; deafness, ear infections, and wax; nose and throat complaints; asthma; chronic obstructive lung disease; pneumonia; occupational lung disease; pulmonary nodules.
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