Clinician's Handbook of Preventive Services: Put Prevention Into Practice
DIANE Publishing, 1995 - 342 pages
A practical & comprehensive reference on clinical preventive services -- screening tests for the early detection of disease, immunizations, prophylaxis & counseling. Consice discussions & strategies for brief, targeted preventive interventive actions in 60 short chapters. Excellent for the practicing clinician & a useful text for health professions students of all disciplines. Tables. Index.
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