CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2017 2017 56th edition [Pehme köide]

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  • Ilmumisaeg: 24-Aug-2016
  • Kirjastus: McGraw Hill Higher Education
  • ISBN-10: 1259585115
  • ISBN-13: 9781259585111
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  • Kirjastus: McGraw Hill Higher Education
  • ISBN-10: 1259585115
  • ISBN-13: 9781259585111
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The #1 annual internal medicine guide that clinicians turn to first?extensively revised and updated


Includes 8 online-only chapters at no additional cost! Visit AccessMedicine.com/CMDT


New to the 2017 edition of CMDT:

  • Annual updates to all chapters, treatment guidelines and recommendations, tables, images, and references
  • The latest pharmacologic treatment approaches as well as updated drug information (approvals, withdrawals, and current pricing)
  • New section on LGBT health
  • Extensively revised chapter on foot disorders – now included in the print version as well as online
  • Learn more at CMDT2017.com!


In the primary care setting, only one text delivers the ideal balance of clinical practice and research evidence to optimize patient care:CURRENT Medical Diagnosis & Treatment.


Never out of date and written by top clinicians, this trusted resource spans all fields of internal medicine, reviewing symptoms, signs, epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment for more than 1,000 diseases and disorders. On every page readers find concise, evidence-based answers to key questions concerning both in-hospital and ambulatory patient care. In addition, sections feature a streamlined format that makes he latest diagnostic protocols, prevention strategies, and treatment options easily accessible. For more information, visit CMDT2016.com.

Why CMDT is the ultimate clinical companion:

  • Primary Market: General internists (77,000), family physicians (74,000), internal medicine residents (23,000), family medicine residents (8,000), nurse practitioners (50,000), and physician assistants (23,000)
  • Secondary Market: Medical students years 3 and 4 (30,000 per year), nurse practitioner students (5,500 per year), and physician assistant students (2,650 per year)
  • Full review of all primary care topics, including gynecology, obstetrics, dermatology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, otolaryngology, psychiatry, neurology, toxicology, and urology
  • Comprehensive coverage of inpatient and outpatient care, focusing on the diagnostic tools relevant to daily practice
    Only text with annual update on HIV and AIDS
  • Specific disease prevention information
  • Hundreds of quick-access drug treatment tables, with indexed trade names, dosages and updated drug prices 
    ICD codes conveniently featured on inside covers
  • Many decision-speeding diagnostic and treatment algorithms and tables presented in an at-a-glance style
  • Up-to-date references providing peer-reviewed, evidence-based information with unique identifiers (PubMed PMID numbers) for rapid downloading of article abstracts and full text
  • CMDT Online (www.AccessMedicine.com/CMDT) provides access to CMDT 2017 plus expanded pathophysiology information and eight additional online-only chapters at no additional cost (available to all book customers)
    • Chapter e8: LGBT Health
    • Chapter e1: Anti-Infective Chemotherapeutic & Antibiotic Agents 
    • Chapter e2: Basic Genetics
    • Chapter e3: Diagnostic Testing & Medical Decision Making 
    • Chapter e4: Information Technology in Patient Care 
    • Chapter e5: Complementary & Alternative Medicine
    • Chapter e6: Podiatric Disorders
    • Chapter e7: Women’s Health
  • CMDT Flashcards and Study Guide supplements available
Authors v
Preface xiii
1 Disease Prevention & Health Promotion
1(18)
Michael Pignone
Rene Salazar
2 Common Symptoms
19(26)
Paul L. Nadler
Ralph Gonzales
3 Preoperative Evaluation & Perioperative Management
45(10)
Hugo Q. Cheng
4 Geriatric Disorders
55(17)
G. Michael Harper
C. Bree Johnston
C. Seth Landefeld
5 Palliative Care & Pain Management
72(23)
Michael W. Rabow
Steven Z. Pantilat
6 Dermatologic Disorders
95(69)
Kanade Shinkai
Lindy P. Fox
7 Disorders of the Eyes & Lids
164(36)
Paul Riordan-Eva
8 Ear, Nose, & Throat Disorders
200(41)
Lawrence R. Lustig
Joshua S. Schindler
9 Pulmonary Disorders
241(81)
Mark S. Chesnutt
Thomas J. Prendergast
10 Heart Disease
322(117)
Thomas M. Bashore
Christopher B. Granger
Kevin P. Jackson
Manesh R. Patel
11 Systemic Hypertension
439(33)
Michael Suffers
12 Blood Vessel & Lymphatic Disorders
472(27)
Christopher D. Owens
Warren J. Gasper
Meshell D. Johnson
13 Blood Disorders
499(47)
Lloyd E. Damon
Charalambos Babis Andreadis
14 Disorders of Hemostasis, Thrombosis, & Antithrombotic Therapy
546(32)
Andrew D. Leavitt
Tracy Minichiello
15 Gastrointestinal Disorders
578(96)
Kenneth R. McQuaid
16 Liver, Biliary Tract, & Pancreas Disorders
674(60)
Lawrence S. Friedman
17 Breast Disorders
734(28)
Armando E. Giuliano
Sara A. Hurvitz
18 Gynecologic Disorders
762(35)
Jason Woo
Alicia Y. Armstrong
19 Obstetrics & Obstetric Disorders
797(29)
Vanessa L. Rogers
Kevin C. Worley
20 Rheumatologic, Immunologic, & Allergic Disorders
826(58)
David B. Hellmann
John B. Imboden Jr.
21 Electrolyte & Acid-Base Disorders
884(29)
Kerry C. Cho
22 Kidney Disease
913(40)
Suzanne Watnick
Tonja C. Dirkx
23 Urologic Disorders
953(24)
Maxwell V. Meng
Thomas J. Walsh
Thomas D. Chi
24 Nervous System Disorders
977(73)
Michael J. Aminoff
Vanja C. Douglas
25 Psychiatric Disorders
1050(58)
Nolan Williams
Charles DeBattista
26 Endocrine Disorders
1108(102)
Paul A. Fitzgerald
27 Diabetes Mellitus & Hypoglycemia
1210(49)
Umesh Masharani
28 Lipid Disorders
1259(9)
Robert B. Baron
29 Nutritional Disorders
1268(19)
Robert B. Baron
30 Common Problems in Infectious Diseases & Antimicrobial Therapy
1287(43)
Peter V. Chin-Hong
B. Joseph Guglielmo
31 HIV Infection & AIDS
1330(33)
Mitchell H. Katz
32 Viral & Rickettsial Infections
1363(78)
Wayne X. Shandera
Natalie J. M. Dailey Garnes
33 Bacterial & Chlamydial Infections
1441(47)
Brian S. Schwartz
34 Spirochetal Infections
1488(19)
Susan S. Philip
35 Protozoal & Helminthic Infections
1507(40)
Philip J. Rosenthal
36 Mycotic Infections
1547(14)
Samuel A. Shelburne
Richard J. Hamill
37 Disorders Related to Environmental Emergencies
1561(16)
Jacqueline A. Nemer
Melissa C. Clark
38 Poisoning
1577(30)
Kent R. Olson
39 Cancer
1607(69)
Patricia A. Cornett
Tiffany O. Dea
40 Inherited Disorders
1676(9)
Reed E. Pyeritz
41 Sports Medicine & Outpatient Orthopedics
1685(34)
Anthony Luke
C. Benjamin Ma
e1 Anti-Infective Chemotherapeutic & Antibiotic Agents
B. Joseph Guglielmo
e2 Fundamentals of Human Genetics & Genomics
Reed E. Pyeritz
e3 Diagnostic Testing & Medical Decision Making
C. Diana Nicoll
Chuanyi Mark Lu
e4 Information Technology in Patient Care
Russ Cucina
e5 Integrative Medicine
Kevin Barrows
Sanjay Reddy
e6 Podiatric Disorders
Monara Dini
Nina Babu
e7 Women's Health Issues
Megan McNamara
Judith Walsh
e8 Lesbian & Bisexual Women's Health
Juno Obedin-Maliver
Patricia A. Robertson
e9 Transgender Health & Disease Prevention
Madeline B. Deutsch
e10 Appendix: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, Laboratory Reference Intervals, & Pharmacogenetic Testing
C. Diana Nicoll
Chuanyi Mark Lu
Index 1719
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