The Washington Manual of Ambulatory Therapeutics
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002 - Medical - 750 pages
This new Washington Manual® is an ideal quick reference for house officers and practitioners involved in ambulatory care of adult patients. Prepared by house officers, it has the same front-lines practicality as the world-famous Washington Manual® of Medical Therapeutics.
Chapters cover outpatient topics that receive little coverage in the original Washington Manual®—lipid disorders; complaint-specific therapeutics (e.g. cough); office management of cancer patients (including screening, hospice, and supportive care); musculoskeletal pain; women's and men's health; dermatologic problems; anxiety and mood disorders; and dementia. Emphasis is on what the clinician needs to know at key decision points in a case.
Paperback edition available only in selected countries. Please check with your local representative or distributor.
The Washington Manual® of Ambulatory Therapeutics is also available electronically for use in a PDA.
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