Women's Health: Principles and Clinical Practice
B.C. Decker, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 1050 pages
A guide to comprehensive women's health care, with a strong emphasis o n preventive care. Providing a framework for approaching women at diff erent stages of their lives including adolescence, menopause, and olde r women. Includes information needed for day-to-day practice on common problems in women's health, both traditional obstetrics and gynecolog y as well as mental health, dermatology, and cardiovascular issues.One of the most comprehensive, practical, yet evidenced-based, academical ly oriented texts.
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PREVENTIVE HEALTH CARE
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