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Internal medicine or general medicine (in Commonwealth nations) is the medical specialty dealing with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of adult diseases. Physicians specializing in internal medicine are called internists, or physicians (without a modifier) in Commonwealth nations.

Practical Diabetes Care 4th edition 2018

Practical Diabetes Care 4th edition 2018

Practical Diabetes Care 4th edition 2018 There are lots and lots of books on diabetes, and many have ‘Care’ somewhere in the title. The word was included in the title of the third edition at the ‘request’ of Wiley Blackwell because a senior editorial team felt that ‘Practical Diabetes’ (as …

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Hutchison Clinical Methods 24th edition 2018

Hutchison Clinical Methods 24th edition 2018

Hutchison Clinical Methods 24th edition 2018 Hutchison Clinical Methods 24th edition 2018 is a book for students of all ages and all degrees of experience. Although the scope, complexity, and technology of clinical medicine continues to evolve with high speed, the aim of this text is exactly as it was …

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Cardiology Secrets 5th edition 2018

Cardiology Secrets 5th edition 2018

Cardiology Secrets 5th edition 2018 Cardiology Secrets 5th edition 2018 book is a very comprehensive review of all major topics in cardiology with an intention to help those preparing for initial and recertification exams in cardiology and those who want to review cardiology in an easy-to-do fashion. It is a …

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Therapeutic Strategies for Heart Failure 2018

Therapeutic Strategies for Heart Failure 2018

Therapeutic Strategies for Heart Failure 2018 Heart failure (HF) is the most important burden of the cardiovascular field in the world. Unfortunately, no drug has been developed over the past several decades regarding the improvement of outcome in patients with Heart failure for hospitalization (HHF). What are the reasons for …

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Atlas of FIBEROPTIC BRONCHOSCOPY

Atlas of FIBEROPTIC BRONCHOSCOPY

Atlas of FIBEROPTIC BRONCHOSCOPY Professor Shigeto Ikeda’s invention of fiberoptic bronchoscopy has revolutionized the practice of medicine. As the 21st century progresses, fiberoptic bronchoscopy has become the most common and important procedure in the practice of pulmonary medicine and author have witnessed a tremendous increase in the application of fiberoptic …

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Step-Up to Medicine Fourth edition pdf

Step-Up to Medicine Fourth edition pdf

Step-Up to Medicine Fourth edition pdf The author wrote the Step-Up to Medicine Fourth edition pdf during consultancy of medical school because he could not find a review book that was concise, yet covered the breadth of pathology encountered during the internal medicine clerkship and the corresponding NBME shelf examinations. …

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PJ Mehta’s Practical Medicine 20th edition pdf

PJ Mehta's Practical Medicine 20th edition pdf

PJ Mehta’s Practical Medicine 20th edition pdf History taking is an art, which a doctor learns over the years by repeated practice and experience. History is the record of medical events that have already taken place in the patient. Since every disease has a pattern of behavior, a good history …

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Myocardial Infarction A Companion to Braunwald Heart Disease 2017

Myocardial Infarction A Companion to Braunwald Heart Disease 2017

Myocardial Infarction A Companion to Braunwald Heart Disease From the first description of coronary thrombosis causing acute myocardial infarction in 1910, the classification of myocardial infarction, its epidemiology and natural history, our understanding of its pathobiology, and the landscape of its management have evolved immeasurably. This first edition of Myocardial …

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Current Approach to Heart Failure 2017 pdf

Current Approach to Heart Failure 2017 pdf

Current Approach to Heart Failure 2017 pdf Why do we need another heart failure (HF) book in the context of currently abundant the literature on the subject? At present, HF prevalence is still high, while its morbidity and mortality are highly dependent on the HF type as well as the …

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