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Elsevier Spotlight

The method was/is to simulate for readers an infectious diseases expert at their side.  Sections of the book were set up to reflect how we sort through problems: first by organ-based clinical syndromes that lead to construction and honing of a differential diagnosis; then by a compendium of potential bacterial, viral, fungal and protozoal pathogens, their epidemiology, clinical propensities, diagnostic tests, optimal management and prevention. Other sections were set up to serve as primers as well as blueprints for policy to control and prevent infectious diseases in the community and in the healthcare setting, to use laboratory tests to support clinical thinking, and antimicrobial agents for their greatest benefit. MORE

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Paul S. Auerbach, Editor of Wilderness Medicine, Author of The Field Guide to Wilderness Medicine, and Medicine for the Outdoors, and pioneer in the field of Wilderness Medicine passed away on June 23rd at the age of 70. Dr. Auerbach is known as a leading figure in the field of wilderness medicine and a drivingMORE
Elsevier Spotlight

The method was/is to simulate for readers an infectious diseases expert at their side.  Sections of the book were set up to reflect how we sort through problems: first by organ-based clinical syndromes that lead to construction and honing of a differential diagnosis; then by a compendium of potential bacterial, viral, fungal and protozoal pathogens, their epidemiology, clinical propensities, diagnostic tests, optimal management and prevention. Other sections were set up to serve as primers as well as blueprints for policy to control and prevent infectious diseases in the community and in the healthcare setting, to use laboratory tests to support clinical thinking, and antimicrobial agents for their greatest benefit. MORE

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This soft bound collection describes problems faced by the provider managing pleural disease. Presented in case management format, the book summarizes typical interactions between the clinical team and patients. The interactive format makes this clinical case series attractive for both senior medical students and junior clinical trainees in pulmonology, critical care, radiology, and emergency medicine. The editors and contributors represent academic medical centers in North America, India, and Western Europe. MORE

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