Fitness for work: the medical aspects
Felicity Edwards, R. I. McCallum, Royal College of Physicians of London. Faculty of Occupational Medicine
Oxford University Press, 1995 - Law - 540 pages
This book provides essential information for any doctor who has to advise patients on their suitability for work, whether because the job requires a certain level of physical strength or stamina, or when returning after an operation or illness. It combines the expertise of clinicians and occupational physicians to offer practical guidelines on a wide range of situations.
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