Physician Assistant's Clinical Companion
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Jan 1, 2000 - Medical - 464 pages
This first-ever, all-in-one reference provides vital information for P As. Readers find guidance for disorders and their treatments, ECG inte rpretations, lab tests, and X-rays; primary care procedures (including surgical and emergency procedures); drug hazards (such as toxic react ions and overdose); patient education; legal concerns; and more. Abund ant charts and illustrations.
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