- Year: 2017
- Page Number: 904
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 82.84 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: Ian B. Wilkinson
The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine provides a unique resource for medical students and junior doctors as a definitive guide to medicine. It is divided into 19 chapters, each covering a core area, including chest medicine, endocrinology, gastroenterology, renal medicine, haematology, infectious diseases, neurology, oncology and palliative care, rheumatology, surgery, clinical chemistry, radiology, practical procedures, and emergency medicine. It presents clinical information in a clear way that makes it easy to revise, remember, and implement on the ward. It gives reliable advice on what to do, and when and how to do it, with clinical photographs and diagrams that bring theory to life. It weaves history, literature, art, and philosophy into its survey of medicine, casting new light on the specialties and encouraging the reader to see beyond the practical aspects of medicine and adopt a patient-centred approach to care
Now in its tenth edition, the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine has been fully revised, with five new authors on the writing team bringing content fresh from the bedside.
Space has been breathed into the design, with more core material at your fingertips in quick-reference lists and flow diagrams, and key references have been honed to the most up-to-date and relevant. Each page has been updated to reflect the latest changes in practice and best management, and the chapters on gastroenterology, history and examination, infectious disease, neurology, and radiology have been extensively revised.
Basically every med student’s bible while on placement. Always keep this near if you’re going on a ward or in a clinic – you’re most likely going to have to wait on someone so might as well read up in the meantime!
If you’re getting this, I’d recommend the Oxford Assess and Progress to go along with it – it’s the question version to this book and works well together
As usual packed full of excellent clinical content. The downside of the Kindle edition is that navigation could be so much better. It would be helpful if there were hyperlinks to other relevant pages – for example from the Index to the appropriate page cited. This would make things much quicker in a busy GP surgery where you have 10 minutes per patient if lucky. Please attend to this for future editions of the OHCM and the other excellent Oxford series.
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