Essentials of Clinical Immunology provides the most up-to-date, core information required to understand diseases with an immunological basis. Clinically focussed, the sixth edition of this classic text presents theoretical and practical information in a simple yet thorough way.
Essentials of Clinical Immunology covers the underlying pathophysiology, the signs and symptoms of disease, the investigations required and guidance on the management of patients.
Perfect for clinical medical students, junior doctors and medical professionals seeking a refresher in the role of immunology in clinical medicine, this comprehensive text features fully updated clinical information, boxes with key points, real-life case histories to illustrate key concepts and an index of contents at the start of each chapter.
A companion website at immunologyclinic provides additional learning tools, including more case studies, interactive multiple-choice questions and answers, all of the photographs and illustrations from the book, links to useful websites, and a selection of review articles from the journal Clinical and Experimental Immunology
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Radiation Oncology provides residents, fellows, and clinicians with a practical, evidence-based guide to the current management of difficult cases in radiation oncology. Emphasis is on the management of those clinical challenges commonly seen in practice that the community practitioner would normally handle without outside referral. The book offers comparisons of treatment approaches to difficult situations, allowing the reader to compare their current treatment approach to that of experts and others in the community.
Radiation Oncology is organized in seven sections corresponding to the major treatment areas of radiation oncology. Each section includes three cases to illustrate specific clinical challenges for which there is no clear treatment protocol. The case discussion includes an expert opinion on optimal management along with alternatives from a second academic expert’s perspective and from a community practitioner’s perspective.
Radiation Oncology features:
Evidence-based approach to difficult management challenges in radiation oncology
Expert authors provide evidence assessment and management summaries through presentation of relevant cases
Community practitioner reviewers ensure real-world relevance of each discussion
Reviews the most relevant literature pertaining to the challenging scenarios clinicians encounter every day
Management alternatives allow discussion of the full range of management options and specifics for difficult problems including hardline recommendations
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Radiation Oncology Primer and Review describes the fundamental concepts, nomenclature and definitions of the field of radiation oncology that every trainee or practitioner needs to know. Divided into three sections, Radiation Oncology Primer and Review covers basic science, clinical science, and technical and planning issues to give the trainee a full overview of the core knowledge base of the field.
Co-written by a former radiation oncology residency program director and a team of radiation oncology residents, the book is organized in concise sections and is amply illustrated to highlight key points and help the reader understand and retain major concepts. Treatment approaches consistent with published clinical trial protocols that define control/standard of care/consensus radiation treatment are included. In addition to serving as a primary introduction to the field, the book also offers a short review of fundamental concepts for the senior resident prior to written or oral examinations, and is a useful resource for the radiation oncology educator to develop teaching plans and quizzes. Chapter organization is based on the International Atomic Energy Agency Syllabus for the Education and Training of Radiation Oncologists, the syllabus endorsed by both the American Society for Radiation Oncology and the European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology.
Radiation Oncology Primer and Review:
Integrates basic science, clinical science and technical concepts to provide the trainee with a complete introduction to the field of radiation oncology
Is consistent with accepted training syllabus for radiation oncology professionals
Offers a concise presentation with illustrations highlighting key poiints
Provides key points for study and reviews
Includes treatment approaches consistent with published clinical trial protocols that define control/standard of care/consensus radiation treatment
Is a valuable review resource for board review
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Maximize Your Emergency Medicine Oral Board Review Emergency Medicine Oral Board Review: Pearls of Wisdom: Fifth Edition is a outline format and quick-hit question-and-answer formatcases review of the most important information you need to know when preparing for the oral board portion of certification in emergency medicine. This review is great for last minute board preparation and reinforces essential information for top exam-day performance.
Drs. Gossman and Plantz takes you through a range of topics they are likely to see on their boards, and prepares the reader by setting up the material in alphabetical table of contents for quick accessibility to pertinent information. Each topic within the chapter is broken out by disease or disorder, and concise information is given about the patient’s evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. This outline section is followed by rapid fire review of the material where only the correct answer is given. The final part of the book is comprised of test cases for study alone or with a partner.
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This tenth edition of Dale and Appelbe’s Pharmacy and Medicines Law (previously “Dale and Appelbe’s Pharmacy Law and Ethics”) is your definitive guide to law relating to pharmacy and medicine practice in Great Britain. It covers law and professional regulation that all pharmacy and medicine professionals need to know. There are important updates regarding the activities of the General Pharmaceutical Council, the recent consolidation of medicines regulations and what these changes mean to your practice. New content covers: Human Medicines Regulations (HMRs) 2012; the role of the GPhC and its approach to Fitness to Practise; recent radical changes to the structure of the NHS. All chapters have been updated by well-known experts from academia, professional and legal practice. As such, this book is an indispensable resource for anyone studying or practising in pharmacy and medicine and a reliable reference for lawyers and legal professionals interested in these areas.
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