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The Washington manual of medical therapeutics, 33d ed. (spiral-bound).


The Washington manual of medical therapeutics, 33d ed. (spiral-bound)

Ed. by Corey Foster et al.

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins


1048 pages


Spiral Binding

Lippincott manual series


This latest pocket-sized version of the portable reference produced since 1943 by the Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, is designed to help medical students and practitioners keep up-to-date on the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of medical conditions that internists regularly encounter. Following general principles of patient care, chapters treat the major types of diseases/disorders, HIV/AIDS, critical care, transplant medicine, and medical emergencies. The spiral-bound manual includes summary tables; appended material on immunizations and post-exposure therapies, infection control and isolation recommendations, and advanced cardiac life support algorithms; and one year of access to updated contents on a mobile device.

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