Harrison's Manual of Medicine, 15th Edition

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Date

August 31, 2001

Format

Electronic book text, 1000 pages

ISBN

0071386793 / 9780071386791

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Overview


Main description

WHY CARRY ANYTHING ELSE?
The ONLY Pocket Manual That Includes ALL The Information You Need – And More!

  • Therapeutics
  • Signs & Symptoms
  • Differential Diagnosis
  • Pathophysiology
  • Clinical Manifestations
  • Lab Findings
  • Concise Practice Guidelines
  • Handy charts, tables, and algorithms
  • Evidence-based summaries for significant conditions such as heart failure
  • The authority of Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 15/e

Referenced to the world’s best-selling internal medicine textbook, this handy reference provides on-the-spot answers to the problems you face daily.

It's perfect for students and clinicians on the wards, in clinics, emergency rooms, or teaching situations

When less is more, and time is short, turn to the Harrison’s Manual of Medicine.

Rigorously reviewed and written by international authorities.
Editors:

  • Eugene Braunwald, MD
  • Anthony S. Fauci, MD
  • Dennis L. Kasper, MD
  • Stephen L. Hauser, MD
  • Dan L. Longo, MD
  • J. Larry Jameson, MD


    Table of contents

    Section I: Important Signs amd Symptoms. Section II: Medical Emergencies. Section III: Disorders of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Section IV: Dermatology. Section V: Nutrition. Section VI: Hematology And Oncology. Section VII: Infectious Diseases Section VIII: Cardiovascular Diseases. Section IX: Respiratory Diagnosis. Section X: Renal Diseases. Section XI: Gastrointestinal Diseases. Section XII: Allergy, Clinical Immunology, and Rheumatology. Section XIII: Endocrinology and Metabolism Section XIV: Neurology. Section XV: Psychiatric Disorders and Psychoactive Substance Use. Section XVI: Adverse Drug Reaction. Section XVII: Laboratory Use.





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