Evidence-based on Call Acute Medicine Pocketbook

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Churchill Livingstone, 2002 - Medical - 203 pages
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Here's quick access to evidence-based recommendations for the diagnosis and management of 41 acute medical conditions. For each condition, there is a four-page guide with brief, bulleted text that outlines symptoms, investigation, therapy, and more. Recommendations are made based on a systematic review of available evidence using approved EBM methods. The weight of each recommendation is graded using the letters A through D, with no additional EBM jargon or statistics. This pocketbook allows readers to reap the benefits of evidence-based research without all the hard work!

  • Features the expertise of two reviewers from the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at Oxford, who were advised by Dr. David L. Sackett, one of the "founding fathers" of EBM.
  • Offers brief, practical guidance that is suitable for instant reference.
  • Reflects the best available evidence, culled from searches and appraisals that were carried out according to approved EBM criteria.
  • Requires no prior knowledge of EBM or statistics.
  • Includes boxes containing clinical tips and warnings.

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Attorney Christopher A. Ball practices workers' compensation law exclusively. He is certified as a Worker Compensation Specialist with the State Bar of California. Mr. Ball received his bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Long Beach State and graduated from Western State School of Law.

Robert Phillips is the author of five previous books of poetry. He is poetry editor of the Texas Review and a councilor of the Texas Institute of Letters. He teaches at the University of Houston, where he was director of the Creative Writing Program and is now a John and Rebecca Moores Scholar.

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