Essentials of Clinical Geriatrics
McGraw Hill Professional, 2004 - Medical - 532 pages
A classic in the field! This concise, practical guide is packed with critical information on geriatric assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. Emphasizes the clinical evaluation of the geriatric patient and features expanded content on end-of-life decisions, pre-operative evaluation, cancer management issues, and preventive aspects of geriatric care.
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