The Family Practice Handbook
Mark A. Graber (MD.), Matthew L. Lanternier
Mosby, 2001 - Medical - 849 pages
Ideal for inpatient and ambulatory settings, this handbook contains all the clinical information needed to diagnose and treat disorders commonly seen in family practice. Experts at the University of Iowa have expanded and revised this portable guide to include the most recent diagnostic and therapeutic information available, and Family Physician faculty and staff have evaluated and edited the material to create a reference that is uniquely applicable to primary care practice. The 4th Edition features new chapters, a new organization, and expanded, detailed information on key topics such as managing anticoagulation, herbal pharmaceuticals, valvular heart disease, and more!
Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-614-2
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