4 edition of Hospital Medicine found in the catalog.
July 15, 2002
by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert M. Wachter (Editor), Lee Goldman (Editor), Harry Hollander (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
A fundamental and thorough guide to the treatment of hospitalized patients in critical care situations, Critical Care and Hospitalist Medicine Made Ridiculously Simple provides both introductory information as well as a complete base of knowledge that will be useful from medical student, to resident, to fellow, to practicing intensivist, hospitalist, internist, and specialists all charged with. Since its publication in , Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine, Second Edition has become the field’s premier resource. Comprehensive, authoritative, and practical, this landmark text provides a solid grounding in clinical, organizational, and administrative areas central to the practice of hospital medicine.
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Thoroughly updated for its Second Edition, Hospital Medicine offers practical, evidence-based guidelines for the care of hospitalized patients. The only book geared directly and exclusively to inpatient management—and edited by the national leaders of the hospitalist field— Hospital Medicine includes indications for admission, guidelines for consultation, procedures for hospital discharge /5(11).
The book is a first edition and I noted several typos. HOSPITAL MEDICINE () and COMPREHENSIVE HOSPITAL MEDICINE () are much more detailed books.
As a hospitalist, I own all three of these books, so I speak from first hand experience. If you can only get one Hospital Medicine book you plan to buy this year, I recommend COMPREHENSIVE HOSPITAL by: 5. Presented in full color and enhanced by more than illustrations, this authoritative text provides a background in all the important clinical, organizational, and administrative areas now required for the practice of hospital medicine.
The goal of the book is provide trainees, junior and senior clinicians, and other professionals with a comprehensive resource that they can Hospital Medicine book to improve care processes and performance in the hospitals Cited by: The Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine book is the hospitalist's definitive guide to the knowledge necessary to practice Hospital Medicine.
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience. You are using an outdated browser. Essentials of Hospital Medicine provides detailed reviews of all clinical topics in inpatient medicine, including common diagnoses, hospital-acquired conditions, medical consultation, and palliative care, as well as key non-clinical topics, such as quality improvement tools, approach to medical errors, the business of medicine, and teaching tips.5/5(2).
This book is a great. Anyone who works in hospital medicine will find this book to be a great resource. I'm a RN Patient Care Coordinator for a hospitalist group and the NP's I work with use it as well.
It has been a quick go to for me in understanding treatment plans & allows me to better understand what meds & labs a pt should have. We all /5(27).
Written by authors who are hospitalists and clinician-educators, Cases in Hospital Medicine uses practical case studies and current medical evidence to guide you expertly through the types of cases seen most often by practicing hospital-based clinicians.
This engaging handbook covers the wide range of both broad and specific knowledge required in the hospital environment, while focusing on highly Format: Paperback. Hospital Medicine Services of Ohio, Inc.
Mack Road, Fairfield, OH BOOK Save. Symptom to Diagnosis: An Evidence Based Guide- This one is geared for PA students interested in hospital medicine or in preparation for inpatient medicine rotations.
Books I regret buying: The Hospitalist Manual (Mehta/Matthews)- Has an ok section on procedures but I really didn't come away with much else. Medicine (Current Clinical Strategies.
The Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) exists to promote exceptional care for hospitalized patients. SHM is a medical society comprised of o hospitalists, including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and practice managers.
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Thanks for your cooperation. The Tarascon Hospital Medicine Pocketbook is an evidence-based, point-of-care compact reference book for the busy clinician to use on the hospital wards or in the ICU. This quick reference provides inpatient clinicians with critical information about the evaluation and management of every common medical disorder encountered in the hospital, including the most common conditions encountered in /5(54).
Test your knowledge in pediatric hospital medicine in a fun, engaging way. Gain insight into inpatient topics and cases with relevant content. Includes suggested readings for further study and text and email alerts to deliver questions to your phone or inbox on the schedule you choose.
The Handbook of Hospital Medicine was originally conceived by Dr Mitchell as a guide for junior medical staff working in his own unit. Its aim was to provide a practical pocket-sized guide on diagnosis, investigation, and general management of some Brand: BookBaby.
The Little Black Book of Hospital Medicine provides practical, concise evidence-based information on the diagnosis and treatment across the spectrum of illness and injury in the hospital setting. This book features a simple, accessible template for each subject, and quick and easy references to the relevant literature.
The Little Black Book of Hospital Medicine is a convenient resource offering instant. The only book geared directly and exclusively to inpatient management—and edited by the national leaders of the hospitalist field— Hospital Medicine includes indications for admission, guidelines 5/5(4).
Purchase Comprehensive Hospital Medicine - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNAAP Member & Customer Care. Toll Free Phone (US and Canada): () () For calls outside the US and Canada please dial () Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine - New and Updated 2nd Edition The second edition has been completely updated to reflect the evolving responsibilities of hospitalists.
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Hospital-Based Prevention Strategies; Scenarios in Ethics and Palliative Care; The remaining 64% of the FPHM exam blueprint is covered in our Internal Medicine Core, Video Board Review, or live Review Course.
Save $ when you pair Hospital Medicine Basics with any of these products.Hospital medicine is a medical specialty that exists in some countries as a branch of internal or family medicine, dealing with the care of acutely ill hospitalized patients.
Physicians whose primary professional focus is caring for hospitalized patients only while they are in the hospital are called hospitalists. Originating in the United States, this type of medical practice has extended.Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine Sylvia C.
McKean, MD, SFHM, FACP Associate Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts John J. Ross, MD, CM, FIDSA Assistant Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School Hospitalist Service, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Daniel D.
Dressler, MD, MSc, SFHM.