Jan 072017
 

Clinical Examination: A Systematic Guide to Physical Diagnosis, 6e


Features: Used Book in Good Condition
By (author): Simon O’Connor FRACP DDU FCSANZ

The sixth edition of Clinical Examination continues to serve all medical trainees with a clear explanation of history taking and clinical examination. Set out systematically, this best selling textbook has comprehensive coverage of the skills necessary for clinically evaluating patients. Thoroughly evidence based and referenced, in full colour with superior artwork and design, the book comes with free and complete access to Student Consult.

  • Student Consult – full online access
  • full colour with superior artwork and design
  • evidence-based
    • Coverage of ENT and Ophthalmology
      • Expanded history taking sections with new differential diagnosis tables
        • More anatomy content and illustrations
          • Expanded evidence based medicine references – the only physical examination trainees book with detailed references; new section on inter-observer variability and kappa values
            • New material on DVD includes OSCEs, ECGs and an imaging library.

              The book is written for the clinical skills subject of the medical curriculum. Medical schools teach this at varying stages, some introducing the subject in the beginning years (graduate medical schools years 1 & 2) and others at year 3 (traditional/hybrid curricula, usually 5 or 6 years). Specialty Colleges and RACP teach a clinical skills subject in the early part of basic training which takes place after PGY1 & 2.

              List Price: $131.00 USD
              New From: $109.66 USD In Stock
              Used from: $36.95 USD In Stock

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