Rapid Medicine

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Wiley, Jul 22, 2003 - Medical - 344 pages
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This pocket revision guide will be a must for all medical students preparing for a major exam in clinical medicine or needing a rapid reminder during a clinical attachment.

Rapid Medicine is the first of a brand new series of short books, covering key facts in a simple and memorable fashion, using a mnemonic to aid recall. It covers over 200 common medical conditions that students will encounter on the wards, in clinics and in their exams. It acts as a rapid refresher, and is intended to be a concise no-nonsense book covering just the basic relevant facts. Arranged in A-Z format, each topic will be covered using the same headings - Definition, Aetiology, Associations/Risk Factors, Epidemiology, History, Examination, Pathology, Investigations, Management, Complications, Prognosis and Differential Diagnosis.

Rapid Medicine is authored by a team of students and junior doctors from Royal Free and University College Medical School, London. Professor Roy Pounder, Professor of Gastroenterology at the Royal Free, and Vice President of the Royal College of Physicians, is the Editorial Advisor and specialist consultants have reviewed all sections.

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About the author (2003)

This sixth book in the series will be authored by Dr Ebube Obi, a SHO in A&E and demonstrator in Anatomy at The Royal Free Hospital and University College of London School of Medicine; Dr James Teo and Dr Cara Baker, both PRHOs and former students at The Royal Free, and Mr Mark Teo, a final year medical student at Nottingham University. James Teo and Cara Baker are also co-authors of Rapid Medicine. Professor Brian Davidson of the Royal Free, a specialist in liver, biliary, and pancreatic surgery, will act as the senior editorial adviser, and Amir Sam, author of the first two books in the series, will continue in his role as the Series General Editor.

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