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We wrote the first edition of Step-Up to Medicine during our third year of medical school because we could not find a review book that was concise, yet covered the breadth of pathology encountered during the internal medicine clerkship and the corresponding NBME shelf examinations. Our goal was to create a single “study tool” to spare medical students the hassle and expense of trying to extract pertinent information from multiple sources.
Now in its fourth edition, Step-Up to Medicine has been completely revised based on extensive feedback by both faculty and students.
Review of Internal Medicine reflects our ongoing fascination with how physicians learn best and our continued passion for clinical medicine, medical, education, and scholarship values that define the culture of the Cleveland Clinic. This sixth edition also embraces new models of learning by blending a printed text with an on-line question bank, both meant to enhance the reader’s knowledge of internal medicine and preparedness for certifying examinations.
This book has its origins in the Clinic’s Intensive Review of Internal Medicine Symposium, a 6-day course offered annually since 1989, that is designed for physicians preparing for the certification and recertification examinations in internal medicine, and for those wishing for a comprehensive, stateof-the-art review of the field.
The most complete and trusted visual compendium of emergency medicine Extensively updated with more than 1500 full-color illustrations
Now in its fourth edition, The Atlas of Emergency Medicine remains the best guide to visual diagnosis of all acute medical problems encountered in emergency practice. Packed with more than 1500 images, this is the most comprehensive source of high quality emergency medicine images available, enhanced with clear clinical information on medical emergencies.
Improve your skills in visual diagnosisSpeed and accuracy of diagnosis is the key to saving lives in emergency and critical care medicine. Careful visual inspection of the patient, the data (radiography, electrocardiogram), and related clues can often help providers choose the right diagnosis and ultimately the best treatment – but this knowledge comes with experience. This book provides 110 randomly presented visual diagnosis cases for self-testing, imitating real-life situations found in the emergency department setting.
Emergency Medicine 6e presents evidence-based clinical management and treatment advice for emergency medicine students and practitioners in Australasia. The vast range of topics include paediatric, geriatric, gynaecology, psychiatric, dental, rural and Indigenous presentations, ensuring readers are well prepared for any eventuality in the Emergency Department.
This outstanding text combines expertise and experience with fully up-to-date content. It is authored by Professor Gordian Fulde, Emergency Department director at Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital, with contributions from Dr Sascha Fulde and over 60 other notable emergency medicine clinicians.
Prepare for your internal medicine clinical rounds and the end-of-rotation exam with the fully revised and updated Internal Medicine Essentials for Clerkship Students 2! This new edition is organized around the major training areas included in the nationally recognized Core Medicine Clerkship Curriculum Guide.
It contains 25% more content, over 100 additional differential diagnosis tables and treatment algorithms, and a new index.
This comprehensive atlas of tracings of polysomnographic studies covers the technical aspects of conducting studies, and includes the features of the various adult and pediatric sleep disorders.
1. Polysomnographic Recording Technique
2. Electroencephalography for the Sleep Specialist
3. Sleep Stages and Scoring Technique
4. SleepDisordered Breathing and Scoring
5. Basic Circadian Rhythms and Circadian Sleep Disorders
6. Hypnogram Analysis
In this fully updated thirteenth edition, Simpson’s Forensic Medicine remains the world’s leading introductory text in the field of forensic medicine. It presents all that the generalist or student needs to know about the interface between medicine and the law, including medical examination of the living and the dead as part of a criminal investigation, toxicology, forensic science, the legal obligations and ethical responsibilities of doctors in the forensic setting, and more.
The text focuses on general principles, and so is relevant internationally – examples specific to any particular legal system have been avoided where possible. New authorship brings a fresh and modern perspective to the subject, and – for the first time – all images from the book are available to view on the book’s website.
The editors have assembled the experts in medicine, which makes this book particularly useful.The questions are posed, along with necessary graphics, in a way one could expect them on the examination. The explanations are direct from the parent text and comprehensive. This is one of the better board reviews available. It is comprehensive and to the point. It is a necessary tool for anyone preparing for the internal medicine certification examination.
Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine, 5th Edition, by Meir H. Kryger, MD, FRCPC, Thomas Roth, PhD, and William C. Dement, MD, PhD, delivers the comprehensive, dependable guidance you need to effectively diagnose and manage even the most challenging sleep disorders. Updates to genetics and circadian rhythms, occupational health, sleep in older people, memory and sleep, physical examination of the patient, comorbid insomnias, and much more keep you current on the newest areas of the field. A greater emphasis on evidencebased approaches helps you make the most wellinformed clinical decisions. And, a new more userfriendly, full color format – both in print and online, lets you find the answers you need more quickly and easily.