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  • editor-in-chief, Alan W. Partin ; editors, Roger R. Dmochowski, Louis R. Kavoussi, Craig A. Peters.
    Summary: "Continuing in a great tradition of publishers, editors, and authors, we proudly present to you, our readers, the twelfth edition of the "Bible of Urology"-- Campbell-Walsh-Wein Urology . Started in 1954 as Campbell's Urology and retitled Campbell-Walsh Urology in 2012, the present editors felt it was appropriate to honor Alan J. Wein, MD, PhD (Hon) for his many years of dedication to this text by adding his name to the previous chief editors. During his time as chief editor, Dr. Wein was responsible for keeping the textbook in pace with a rapidly growing field in medicine--for this diligence and dedication we are grateful. As with previous editions, the twelfth edition presents many exciting advances in our use and understanding of technology, physiology, pharmacology, epidemiology, and pathophysiology while maintaining our basic classical urological knowledge"--Preface.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2021
  • edited by Syed A. Abutalib, MD, Assistant Director, Hematology and Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation, Midwestern Regional Medical Center, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Zion, IL, USA, USA, Maurie Markman, MD, Senior Vice President of Clinical Affairs, National Director of Medical Oncology, Center, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
    Contents:
    Section 1 Malignant hematology and hematopoietic cell transplantation
    Part 1 Acute lymphoblastic leukemia in adults
    Part 2 Acute myeloid leukemia in adults
    Part 3 Myelodysplastic syndromes and related disorders
    Part 4 Myeloproliferative neoplasms
    Part 5 Chronic lymphocytic and other leukemias
    Part 6 Hodgkin Lymphoma
    Part 7 Non-Hodgkin's lymphomas
    Part 8 Plasma cell neoplasms and related disorders
    Part 9 Special issues in hematology
    Part 10 Special issues in hematopoietic cell transplantation
    Section 2 Oncology
    Part 1 Central nervous system tumors
    Part 2 Head and neck cancers and thoracic malignancies
    Part 3 Breast cancer
    Part 4 Gastrointestinal oncology
    Part 5 Genitourinary oncology
    Part 6 Skin malignancies
    Part 7 Gynecological malignancies
    Part 8 Sarcomas
    Part 9 Multidisciplinary approach: consultation with surgical oncology team
    Part 10 Multidisciplinary approach: consultation with radiation oncology team
    Part 11 Hereditary cancer syndromes and genetic testing in oncology
    Part 12 Special issues in hematology and oncology.
    Digital Access Wiley 2014
  • Francis P. Worden, MD, RPh, Professor, Division of Hematology/Oncology, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Anthony J. Perissinotti, PharmD, BCOP, Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Inpatient Hematology, Department of Pharmacy, University of Michigan Health Services, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Bernard L .Marini, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Inpatient Hematology, Department of Pharmacy, University of Michigan Health Services, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
    Contents:
    Microtubule inhibitors
    Alkylating agents
    Enzyme inhibitors : topoisomerase I inhibitors
    Enzyme inhibitors : topoisomerase II inhibitors
    Antimetabolites
    Monoclonal antibodies
    VEGF trap
    Tyrosine kinase inhibitors
    Anti-androgen therapies
    Mammalian target of rapamycin (MTOR) inhibitors
    Histone deacetylase (HDAC) inhibitors
    Hypomethylating agents
    Proteasome inhibitors
    Immunomodulatory agents
    L-asparaginase enzymes
    Promyelocytic leukemia gene retinoic acid receptor-alpha (PMI-RARA)translocation inhibitors
    Sipuleucel-T(Provenge®)
    Omacetaxine (Synribo®)
    Estramustine (Emcyt®).
    Digital Access Ovid 2016
  • Jennifer Baima, Ashish Khanna, editors.
    Summary: Finally, a concise pocket guide designed as a quick reference for busy clinicians who seek to improve the care they provide to cancer patients and cancer survivors. It is a comprehensive text formatted for fast access to a wide range of clinical information. This compact compendium is conveniently organized by cancer type for rapid review. It describes the many issues that cancer patients may face throughout the chronologic spectrum of care, starting from cancer diagnosis, to treatment, and survivorship. Each chapter helpfully highlights common impairments and treatment options using succinct tables, helpful illustrations and clinical peals from experts in the field. In addition, each chapter contains a clinical case and questions on the material to enhance understanding. Evidence for exercise treatment, including pertinent exercise precautions, is included, as are innovative research topics and emerging treatments. This includes dedicated chapters covering cancers of the breast; digestive organs; brain, eye, and central nervous system; urinary tract and genital organs; lip, oral cavity, and pharynx; lymphoid, hematopoietic, and related tissues; bone, articular cartilage, and soft tissues; respiratory and intrathoracic organs; skin. Thankfully, advances in cancer care such as chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery mean that more people than ever before are surviving long after their cancer diagnosis. Unfortunately, a large fraction of them live with at least one serious impairment as a consequence of their treatments that seriously impacts their ability to function and quality of life. This concise and essential guide to cancer rehabilitation will help the clinician navigate the care of this often complex population.

    Contents:
    Introduction: Impairment-based Cancer Rehabilitation by Type of Cancer
    Breast Cancer: Evidence along Continuum of Care-Prehab through Rehab
    Cancer of the Digestive Organs: Importance of Mobility for Motility
    Cancer of the Brain, Eye, and other Parts of the Central Nervous System: Asymmetric Weakness, Cognition, Vision
    Cancer of the Urinary Tract and Genital Organs: Female and Male
    Cancer of the Lip, Oral Cavity, and Pharynx: Disorders of Communication and Swallowing
    Cancer of the Lymphoid, Hematopietic, and Related Tissue: Infection Prevention, Exercise Precautions
    Cancer of the Bone, Articular Cartilage, Mesothelial and Soft Tissue: Limb Salvage and Amputation
    Cancer of the Respiratory and Intrathoracic Organs: Endurance
    Cancer of the Skin: Prevention Data
    Conclusion: Innovative Research.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Milind G. Parikh.
    Summary: This book offers a comprehensive review of clinical cardiac electrophysiology in a question and answer format. Chapters contain over 200 questions divided into 9 chapters, each organized by cardiac electrophysiology topic. Each question is followed by the correct answer with a detailed explanation along with references for further reading. Important concepts are highlighted and supported by over 200 illustrations and high resolution images. The book addresses a broad range of topics that are important when studying for the initial certification or recertification of the clinical cardiac electrophysiology board examination. It is also highly relevant for daily clinical practice in cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology. Topics covered in the book include: Review of basic and clinical cardiac electrophysiology principles associated with cardiac arrhythmias The evaluation and management of patients with cardiac rhythm disorders Review of pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic therapies for the treatment of arrhythmias Clinical indications, fundamental principles and electrical characteristics of implantable cardiac electronic devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators Clinical, electrocardiographic, and electrophysiologic characteristics of specific cardiac arrhythmia syndromes Cardiac Electrophysiology Board Review is a must-have resource for cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology trainees as well as attending physicians preparing for the certification or recertification examination. It may also be a useful guide for cardiologists, cardiac electrophysiologists and all clinicians who wish to further their understanding of heart rhythm disorders. .

    Contents:
    Basic Electrophysiology principles/ ion channels
    Cardiac channelopathies
    Pharmacology
    Normal cardiac conduction/ Sinoatrial, atrioventricular and His-Purkinge conduction
    Atrial tachycardia and atrial flutter
    Atrial fibrillation
    Supraventricular tachycardia
    Idiopathic ventricular tachycardia
    Ischemic ventricular tachycardia
    Pacemaker and Defibrillator device basics
    Permanent Pacemakers
    Implantable cardioverter defibrillators
    Syncope
    Arrhythmia Syndromes. .
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • editors, Joe Y. Hsu, MD, Director of Cardiac CT/MR, Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, Amar Shah, MD, Assistant Professor, New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York, Jean Jeudy, MD, Associate Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Cardiothoracic Imaging, Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland.
    Summary: "The Core Review Series will be the first and only reference specifically designed for the new exam. This title will consist of approximately 300 questions, in a format similar to the exam with image-rich MCQs. Answers to the questions will be discussed in a concise manner along with explanations of each choice followed by relevant references. Cardiac Imaging: A Core Review will cover questions ranging from basic imaging, normal anatomy, all diseases relative to cardiac imaging, all modalities, and postoperative appearances of devices. Key Features Image-rich review text with 300 questions-includes answers and explanations. On average, each question will have 1-2 corresponding images. Bundled with an Inkling version for interactive and mobile review. High-yield tables embedded in the answers. Answers to the questions with explanations on why a particular answer choice is correct and why the other choices are incorrect"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access Ovid 2016
  • editors, Jean Jeudy, Sachin Malik.
    Summary: "The second edition of the Cardiac Imaging: A Core Review builds on the success of the first edition by covering the essential aspects of cardiac imaging in a manner that serves as a guide for residents to assess their knowledge and review the material in a format that is like the ABR core examination"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Basics of Imaging: Radiography, CT, and MR / Nancy Pham, MD, Joe Y. Hsu, MD, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, Jean Jeudy, MD, and Sachin Malik, MD
    Normal Anatomy, Including Variants, Encountered on Radiography, CT, and MR./ Joe Y. Hsu, MD, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, and Sachin Malik, MD
    Physiologic Aspects of Cardiac Imaging / Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA and Jean Jeudy, MD
    Ischemic Heart Disease / Brian Pogatchnik, MD, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, and Sachin Malik, MD
    Cardiomyopathy / Jean Jeudy, MD and Sachin Malik, MD
    Cardiac Masses / Joe Y. Hsu, MD and Jean Jeudy, MD
    Valvular Disease / Jean Jeudy, MD and Sachin Malik, MD
    Pericardial Disease / Alan Ropp, MD, MS, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, and Jean Jeudy, MD
    Congenital Heart Disease / Joe Y. Hsu, MD and Jean Jeudy, MD
    Acquired Disease of the Thoracic Aorta and Great Vessels / Joe Y. Hsu, MD, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, and Jean Jeudy, MD
    Devices and Postoperative Appearance / Jody Shen, MD, Joe Y. Hsu, MD, Amar B. Shah, MD, MPA, Jean Jeudy, MD, and Sachin Malik, MD.
    Digital Access Ovid 2022
  • Gautham P. Reddy, Robert M. Steiner, Christopher M. Walker.
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  • by Ramdas G. Pai, Padmini Varadarajan, Sudha M. Pai.
    Summary: This compact but comprehensive board review includes everything you need to successfully prepare for the ABIM Cardiology Board Review examination.-Features over 1200 questions with answers and clear explanations -Includes over 400 accompanying images -Covers all key areas of cardiology practice, from history/physicial examination through all major diseases/disorders, along with special topics, e.g. consultative cardiology, covered on the exam -Complements standard textbook reading -Written by an internationally-recognized, well-respected and well-published senior cardiologist, expert in valvular heart disease and cardiovascular imaging.
    Digital Access Wiley 2017
  • [edited by] Glenn N. Levine.
    Summary: Get quick answers to the most important clinical questions with Cardiology Secrets! Using the popular and trusted Secret Series Q&A format, this easy-to-read cardiology book provides rapid access to the practical, "in-the-trenches" know-how you need to succeed both in practice, and on cardiology board and recertification exams. Get the evidence-based guidance you need to provide optimal care for your patients with cardiac heart diseases.Explore effective solutions to a full range of clinical issues including the general examination, diagnostic procedures, arrhythmias, symptoms and disease states, valvular heart disease, cardiovascular pharmacology, and other medical conditions with associated cardiac involvement.Zero in on key information with bulleted lists, mnemonics, practical tips from the leading cardiologists, and "Key Points" boxes that provide a concise overview of important board-relevant content.Review essential material efficiently with the "Top 100 Secrets in Cardiology" - perfect for last-minute study or self-assessment.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2014
  • [edited by] Glenn N. Levine.
    Contents:
    Cardiovascular physical examination
    Heart murmurs and sounds
    Electrocardiography
    Chest x-ray
    Exercise stress testing
    Ambulatory electrocardiogram monitoring
    Echocardiography
    Nuclear cardiology
    Cardiac positron emission tomography
    Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
    Cardiac computed tomography
    Swan-Ganz catheters and cardiac hemodynamics
    Coronary angiography and intracoronary imaging and physiologic assessment
    Chest pains and angina
    Chronic stable angina
    Non--ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome
    ST-elevation myocardial infarction
    Cardiogenic shock
    Percutaneous coronary intervention
    Coronary artery bypass surgery
    Myocarditis
    Dilated cardiomyopathy
    Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction
    Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
    Restrictive cardiomyopathy
    Acute decompensated heart failure
    Heart failure : long-term management
    Heart transplantation
    Aortic stenosis
    Aortic regurgitation
    Mitral regurgitation
    Mitral stenosis
    Transcatheter aortic valve replacement
    Endocarditis and endocarditis prophylaxis
    Atrial fibrillation
    Supraventricular tachycardia
    Ventricular arrhythmias
    Cardiac pacing for bradycardia, heart block, and heart failure
    Implantable cardiac defibrillator
    Cardiac arrest and resuscitation
    Hypertension
    Hyperlipidemia
    Diabetes and cardiovascular disease
    Smoking cessation
    Physical activity, exercise, and the heart
    Cardiac manifestations of HIV/AIDS
    Cardiovascular complications of rheumatic diseases
    Cardio-oncology
    Cocaine and the heart
    Heart disease in the elderly
    Heart disease in pregnancy
    Heart disease in women
    Sleep apnea and the heart
    Peripheral arterial disease
    Aortic aneurysm
    Aortic dissection
    Carotid artery disease
    Ischemic stroke
    Hemorrhagic stroke and cerebral venous sinus thrombosis
    Deep vein thrombosis : prophylaxis and treatment
    Pulmonary embolism
    Hypercoagulable states
    Adult congenital heart disease
    Cardiac tumors
    Hypertensive crisis
    Oral anticoagulation therapy
    Pericarditis, pericardial constriction, and pericardial tamponade
    Preoperative cardiac evaluation
    Pulmonary hypertension
    Syncope
    Traumatic heart disease.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2018
  • Glenn N. Levine.
    Contents:
    Cardiovascular physical examination
    Heart murmurs and sounds
    Electrocardiography
    Chest x-ray
    Exercise stress testing
    Ambulatory ECG monitors
    Echocardiography
    Nuclear cardiology
    Cardiac positron emission tomography
    Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
    Cardiac computed tomography
    Bedside hemodynamic monitoring
    Cardiac catheterization: coronary angiogram, intracoronary imaging, and physiology
    Chest pains and angina
    Chronic stable angina
    Non-ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome
    ST-elevation myocardial infarction
    Cardiogenic shock
    Percutaneous coronary intervention
    Coronary artery bypass surgery
    Myocarditis
    LV dysfunction and dilated cardiomyopathy: etiologies and evaluation
    Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction
    Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
    Restrictive cardiomyopathy
    Acute decompensated heart failure
    Heart failure: long-term management
    Heart transplantation
    Aortic stenosis
    Aortic regurgitation
    Mitral regurgitation
    Mitral stenosis
    Transcatheter aortic valve replacement
    Endocarditis and endocarditis prophylaxis
    Atrial fibrillation
    Supraventricular tachycardia
    Ventricular arrhythmias
    Cardiac pacing for bradycardia, conduction abnormalities, and heart failure
    Implantable cardioverter defibrillators
    Cardiac arrest and resuscitation
    Hypertension
    Hyperlipidemia
    Diabetes and cardiovascular disease
    Smoking cessation
    Physical activity, exercise, and the heart
    Cardiac manifestations of HIV
    Cardiac manifestations of rheumatologic disorders
    Cardio-oncology
    Cocaine and the heart
    Cardiovascular sequelae of COVID-19
    Heart disease in the elderly
    Heart disease in pregnancy
    Heart disease in women
    Sleep apnea and the heart
    Peripheral arterial disease
    Aortic aneurysms
    Aortic dissection
    Carotid artery disease
    Ischemic stroke
    Hemorrhagic stroke and cerebral venous sinus thrombosis
    Deep vein thrombosis
    Pulmonary embolism
    Hypercoagulable states
    Adult congenital heart disease
    Cardiac tumors
    Hypertensive crisis
    Oral anticoagulation therapy
    Pericarditis, pericardial constriction, and pericardial tamponade
    Preoperative cardiac evaluation
    Pulmonary hypertension
    Syncope
    Traumatic heart disease.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2023
  • American College of Cardiology.
    Summary: "CardioSource Plus is a facility-wide subscription to CardioSource, the premier cardiovascular online portal providing immediate and convenient access to cutting-edge cardiovascular information PLUS unlimited access to ACC's full complement of online educational programs"--Website. CardioSource Plus includes a clinical trials database, clinical images, self-assessment materials, ACC clinical guidelines and Heart Sounds audio files. Users must register for some content and several premium services require an additional fee. To access CardioSource Plus products after login use the search box or navigate to Education and Meetings, then Products and Resources.
    Digital Access Ovid Database
    If you don't have VPN, first download: Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client from https://uit.stanford.edu/service/vpn; 1. Run the Stanford Univ. VPN-Full Traffic (non-split-tunnel); 2. Go to: https://ovidsp.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&PAGE=main&D=acccsp; 3. Click on the “Create Free Account” link; 4. Follow the prompts to create a new, free account, completing all fields; 5. When the account is created, you will land at the CardioSource Plus landing page; 6. Your CardioSource Plus account is now tied to the Stanford institutional subscriptionFirst time users must create a free account. To Create a free account for CardioSource Plus, make sure you log onto the Stanford University VPN-Full Traffic (non-split-tunnel)--(Change to the Full Traffic setting during login onto the VPN)
  • David E. Mohrman, PhD, Lois Jane Heller, PhD.
    Contents:
    Overview of the cardiovascular system
    Characteristics of cardiac muscle cells
    The heart pump
    Measurements of cardiac function
    Cardiac abnormalities
    The peripheral vascular system
    Vascular control
    Hemodynamic interactions
    Regulation of arterial pressure
    Cardiovascular responses to physiological stresses
    Cardiovascular function in pathological situations
    Answers to study questions.
    Digital Access AccessMedicine 2014
  • David E. Mohrman, Lois Jane Heller.
    Summary: "This ninth edition includes some recent, new findings as well as a newly added emphasis on cardiovascular energetics. The latter is a result of our recent realization that maximizing energy efficiency to limit the workload on the heart is an important part of the overall plan."--Preface

    Contents:
    Overview of the cardiovascular system
    Characteristics of cardiac muscle cells
    The heart pump
    Measurements of cardiac function
    Cardiac abnormalities
    The peripheral vascular system
    Vascular control
    Hemodynamic interactions
    Regulation of arterial pressure
    Cardiovascular responses to physiological stresses
    Cardiovascular function in pathological situations
    Answers to study questions
    Appendices.
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    AccessCardiology
    AccessMedicine
  • Achilles J. Pappano, Withrow Gil Wier.
    Summary: "Gain a foundational understanding of cardiovascular physiology and how the cardiovascular system functions in health and disease. Cardiovascular Physiology, a volume in the Mosby Physiology Series, explains the fundamentals of this complex subject in a clear and concise manner, while helping you bridge the gap between normal function and disease with pathophysiology content throughout the book"--Publisher's description.

    Contents:
    Overview of the circulation and blood
    Excitation : the cardiac action potential
    Automaticity : natural excitation of the heart
    The cardiac pump
    Regulation of the heartbeat
    Hemodynamics
    The arterial system
    The microcirculation and lymphatics
    The peripheral circulation and its control
    Control of cardiac output: coupling of heart and blood vessels
    Coronary circulation
    Special circulations
    Interplay of central and peripheral factors that control the circulation.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
  • Eugene C. Toy, Manuel Suarez, Terrence H. Liu.
    Summary: "Experience with clinical cases is key to mastering the art and science of medicine and ultimately to providing patients with compotent clinical care. [This book] provides 42 true-to-life cases that illustrate essential concepts in critical care. Each case includes an easy-to-understand discussion correlated to key concepts, definitions of key terms, clinical pearls, and board-style review questions to reinforce your learning."

    Contents:
    Section I. How to approach clinical problems
    Section II. Clinical cases
    Section III. Listing of cases
    Index.
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    Exam Review Books (shelved at Information Desk)
    RC86.7 .T69 2014
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  • Eugene C. Toy, Barry C. Simon, Katrin Y. Takenaka, Terrence H. Liu, Adam J. Rosh.
    Contents:
    Cases 1-6. Resuscitation
    cases 7-12. Cardiovascular
    cases 13-15. Pulmonary
    cases 16-20. Gastrointestinal
    cases 17-24. Renal/genitourinary
    cases 25-31. Neuro
    cases 32-34. Pediatrics
    cases 35-38. Obstetrics/gynecology
    cases 38-42. Infectious
    cases 43-45. Trauma
    cases 46-47. Wounds
    cases 48-49. Head, eyes, ears, neck, throat
    cases 50-51. Hematological
    cases 52-55. Environmental
    cases 56-59. Toxicology/substance abuse.
  • Eugene C. Toy, Patti Jayne Ross.
    Summary: "60 high-yield obstetrics and gynecology cases featuring complete discussions, pearls, and USMLE-format review questions help medical students excel in the clerkship and improve their shelf-exam scores. Learn and remember in the context of patient care!"-- Provided by publisher
    Digital Access AccessObGyn 2022
  • Eugene C. Toy; Mark D. Hormann; Robert J. Yetman; Margaret C. McNeese; Sheela L. Lahoti; Mark Jason Sanders; Abby M. Geltemeyer.
    Summary: Sixty high-yield pediatrics cases helps students sharpen their diagnostic and problem-solving skills. Case Files Pediatrics teaches students how to improve their diagnostic and problem-solving skills as they work through sixty high-yield clinical cases. Each case includes a complete discussion, clinical pearls, references, and USMLE-style review questions with answers. The fifth edition has been updated to include a new Case Correlations feature which highlights differential diagnosis and related cases in the book.

    Contents:
    How to Approach Clinical Problems
    Part 1 Approach to the Patient
    Part 2 Approach to Clinical Problem Solving
    Part 3 Approach to Reading
    Section II Listing of Cases
    Listing by Case Number
    Listing by Disorder (Alphabetical)
    Section III Clinical Cases
    Sixty Case Scenarios
    Section IV Review Questions
    Index.
    Digital Access AccessPediatrics 2016
  • Eugene C. Toy, Debra Klamen.
    Contents:
    Acute stress disorder
    Adjustment disorder
    Alcohol use disorder
    Alcohol withdrawal
    Amphetamine intoxication
    Anorexia nervosa
    Antisocial personality disorder
    Anxiety disorder due to another medical condition
    Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
    Autism spectrum disorder
    Avoidant personality disorder
    Benzodiazepine withdrawal
    Biopolar disorder (child)
    Borderline personality disorder
    Bulimina nervosa
    Conduct disorder
    Conversion disorder (functional neurological symptom disorder)
    Cyclothymic disorder
    Delirium
    Dependent personality disorder
    Depressive disorder due to hypothyroidism
    Dissociative identity disorder
    Enuresis, nocturnal type
    Factitious disorder
    Fetishistic disorder
    Gender dysphoria-- Generalized anxiety disorder
    Histrionic personality disorder
    Illness anxiety disorder
    Insomnia disorder
    Major depression with psychotic features
    Major depressive disorder
    Major vascular neurocognitive disorder (vascular dementia)
    Malingering
    Medication-induced acute dystonia (extrapyramidal symptoms)
    Mild intellectual disability (formerly mental retardation)
    Narcisistic personality disorder
    Nonrapid eye movement sleep arousal disorder, sleep terror type
    Obsessive-compulsive disorder (child)
    Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder
    Opiod withdrawal
    Panic disorder versus medication-induced anxiety disorder
    Paranoid personality disorder
    Persistent depressive disorder
    Phencyclidine intoxication
    Posttraumatic stress disorder
    Premenstrual dysphoric disorder
    Psychosis due to another medical condition
    Schizoaffective disorder
    Schizoid personality disorder
    Schizophrenia
    Schizotypal personality disorder
    Separation anxiety disorder
    Somatic symptom disorder with predominant pain
    Specific phobia
    Stimulant (cocaine) intoxication and stimulant (cocaine) use disorder
    Substance/medication-induced depressive disorder (cocaine)
    Tobacco use disorder
    Tourette disorder.
    Digital Access AccessNeurology 2016
  • Eugene C. Toy, MD, Assistant Dean for Educational Programs, Director of Doctoring Cources Program, Director of the Scholarly Concentrations in Women's Health, Professor and Vice Chair of MEdical Education, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, McGovern Medical School at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (TI-Health), Houston, Texas, Terrence H. Liu, MD, MPH, Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, San Francisco, California, Program Director, University of California, San Francisco East Bay Surgery Residency, San Francisco, Calfornia, Attending Surgeon, Alameda County Medical Center, Oakland, California, Andre R. Campbell, MD, FACS, FACP, FCCM, Professor of Surgery and Director, Third Year Clerkship, University of California San Francisco, School of Medicine, Medical Sirector Surgical Intensive, Care Unit and Attending Surgeon, San Francisco General Hostpital, Director Surgical Critical Care Fellowship, UCSF School of Medicine, San Francisco, California, Barnard J.A. Palmer, MD, MEd, Assistant Clincial Professor and Associate, Residency Program Director, Deptarment of Surgery, University of California, San Francisco-East Bay, Oakland, California.
    Summary: "You need exposure to high-yield cases to excel in the surgery clerkship and on the shelf exam. Case Files: Surgery presents 56 real-life cases that illustrate essential concepts in surgery. Each case includes a complete discussion, clinical pearls, references, definitions of key terms, and USMLE-style review questions. With this system, you'll learn in the context of real patients, rather then merely memorize facts."--Publisher's website.

    Contents:
    I. How to approach clinical problems :
    Approach to the patient
    Approach to clinical problem solving
    Approach to reading
    II. Cases
    III. Review questions.
    Digital Access AccessSurgery [2016]
  • Marc P. Cosentino.
    Summary: "Cosentino demystifies the consulting case interview. He takes you inside a typical interview by exploring the various types of case questions and he shares with you a system that will help you answer today's most sophisticated case questions"--Page 4 of cover.

    Contents:
    The interview
    Case questions
    Ivy Case System
    Practice cases
    Case starts
    Partner cases
    Final analysis
    Partner case charts.
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    BioSciences Career Center Collection (Duck Room)
    Consult 102
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  • Stephen M. Stahl, Thomas L. Schwartz
    Summary: Following the success of the first collection of Stahl's Case Studies, published in 2011, we are pleased to present this completely new selection of clinical stories. Designed with the distinctive user-friendly presentation readers have become accustomed to and making use of icons, questions/answers and tips, these cases address complex issues in an understandable way and with direct relevance to the everyday experience of clinicians. Covering a wide-ranging and representative selection of clinical scenarios, each case is followed through the complete clinical encounter, from start to resolution, acknowledging all the complications, issues, decisions, twists and turns along the way. The book is about living through the treatments that work, the treatments that fail, and the mistakes made along the journey. This is psychiatry in real life - these are the patients from your waiting room - this book will reassure, inform and guide better clinical decision making. Optional posttests with CME credit are available for a fee (waived for NEI members). For more information, contact the Neuroscience Education Institute.
    Digital Access Cambridge v. 2=, 2016
  • edited by Takesha Cooper, Gerald Maguire, Stephen M. Stahl.
    Summary: Following the success of the first two volumes in Stahl's Case Studies series, a brand new collection of clinical stories have been collated in Volume 3, derived from cases seen by medical students, residents and faculty from the University of California at Riverside (UCR) Department of Psychiatry and Neuroscience. The highly popular and unique user-friendly presentation of previous volumes has been maintained, with extensive use of icons, questions/answers, and tips. The cases address multifaceted issues in an understandable way and with direct relevance to the everyday experience of clinicians. Covering a wide-ranging and representative selection of clinical scenarios, each case is followed through the complete clinical encounter, from start to resolution, acknowledging all the complications, issues, decisions, twists and turns along the way. The book is about living through the treatments that work, the treatments that fail, and the mistakes made along the journey. This is psychiatry in real life.
    Digital Access Cambridge v. 3=, 2022
  • edited by Adam C. Adler, Arvind Chandrakantan, Ronald S. Litman.
    Summary: Pediatric anesthesiologists will encounter numerous challenges when caring for children, as their work involves more than simply adjusting drug dosages and equipment for smaller patients. In response, this practical book provides clinical guidance in an easily accessible and digestible question-answer format. Case Studies in Pediatric Anesthesia reviews the entire breadth of pediatric anesthesia and pain management, taking a case-based approach. Each chapter commences with a clinical case or scenario, guiding the reader through a tailored discussion. The chapters review the pathophysiology, anesthetic techniques, and surgical and perioperative considerations. High quality tables and figures feature throughout to help solidify key concepts. The chapters are prepared to be read in isolation and for reference when appropriate. Case Studies in Pediatric Anesthesia is aimed at anesthesiologists of all levels, from the trainee on their first pediatric rotation, to the pediatric fellow preparing for boards examination to the seasoned clinician.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2019
  • [edited by] Henry Cohen.
    Summary: A case-based approach to teaching students how to design accurate dosing regimens.

    Contents:
    Amiodarone and dronedarone / Ahmed M. Abdelhady, Dustin Spencer, and Brian R. Overholser
    Aminoglycoside pharmacokinetics / Manny Saltiel, Serina Tart, Kelly A. Killius, Tracey H., Truesdale, Danielle Perrodin, Nicole D. Verkleeren, Erica Maceira, Christy Vaughan, and Angela M. Plewa
    Continuous and intermittent infusion beta-lactam antibiotics / Dora E. Wiskirchen, Rebecca A. Keel, and David P. Nicolau
    Antiepileptic drugs : second-generation/newer agents / Keri S. Kim, Jeffrey J. Mucksavage, and Gretchen M. Brophy
    Carbamazepine / Henry Cohen
    Digoxin / John Noviasky, William Darko, Darowan Akajabor, Arkadiy Makaron, Christopher Miller, Deirdre P. Piercem, Robert Seabury, and Karen Whalen
    Unfractionated heparin and low-molecular heparins / Liz G. Ramos and Amy L. Dzierba
    Colistin and polymyxin B / Lisa M. Voigt and Kimberly T. Zammit
    Lidocaine / Tudy Hodgeman
    Lithium / Henry Cohen
    Long-acting injectable antipsychotics / Michael Biglow and Megan Flinchum
    Neuromuscular blocking agents / Lesly Jurado, Teresa A. Allison, and Brian Gulbis
    Opioids / Jeff rey Fudin, Ruth J. Perkins, and Arthur G. Lipman
    Phenobarbital and primidone / Denise H. Rhoney, Karen J. McAllen, Xi Liu-DeRyke, and Dennis Parker Jr.
    Phenytoin and fosphenytoin / Catherine A. Millares, Antonia Alafris, and Henry Cohen
    Extended-spectrum triazole antifungals : posaconazole and voriconazole / Kelly E. Martin, Maurice Alexander, and Benyam Muluneh
    Procainamide / Victor Cohen and Samantha P. Jellinek-Cohen
    Quinidine / Edgar R. Gonzalez and Rebecca B. Goad
    Valproic acid / Eljim P. Tesoro, Gretchen M. Brophy, and Henry Cohen
    Vancomycin / Denise E. Riccobono and Maricelle O. Monteagudo-Chu
    Warfarin / Valery L. Chu and Helene Maltz
    Erythropoietin-stimulating agents / Timothy Nguyen, Vijay Lapsia, and Sara Kim
    Direct thrombin inhibitors / Erin E. Mancl and Stacy A. Voils
    Pharmacokinetic considerations in oncology / Alice C. Ceacareanu and Zachary A.P. Wintrob.
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  • Nalini Chandar, Susan Viselli.
    Contents:
    Stem cells and their differentiation
    Extracellular matrix and cell adhesion
    Biological membranes
    Cytoskeleton
    Organelles
    The eukaryotic genome
    DNA replication
    Transcription
    Translation
    Regulation of gene expression
    Protein trafficking
    Protein degradation
    Basic concepts of transport
    Active transport
    Glucose transport
    Drug transport
    G protein signaling
    Catalytic receptor signaling
    Steroid receptor signaling
    The cell cycle
    Regulation of the cell cycle
    Abnormal cell growth
    Cell death
    Aging and senescence.
  • Contents:
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    Preface
    Introduction: Certification Examination and Tips for Preparation
    Pass Guarantee
    Part I: Practice Questions and Answers with Rationales
    Chapter 1: Cardiovascular Emergencies
    1. C) Furosemide 40 mg intravenous push
    2. B) Severe headache
    3. C) Prepare for synchronized cardioversion starting at 50 J
    4. D) Initiate fibrinolytic therapy
    5. B) History of cerebral vascular disease/stroke
    6. A) Epinephrine 1 mg every 4 minutes
    7. D) 190/120 mmHg with elevated creatinine
    8. B) Take manual blood pressures in both arms 9. D) Resynchronize in preparation for the next attempt
    10. B) Check for mechanical capture by observing that each pacing spike-QRS complex grouping produces a palpable femoral pulse
    11. D) Administer furosemide via slow IV push
    12. C) Initiate a crystalloid fluid bolus
    13. C) Peripheral edema decreases
    14. C) Reestablish blood flow through an occluded coronary artery
    15. C) Thrill
    16. D) Minimizing the time to revascularization of the occluded coronary vessels
    17. A) Commotio cordis
    18. B) Needle pericardiocentesis 19. C) The patient reports sharp pain in the chest on inspiration
    20. A) Bring down the blood pressure cautiously
    21. D) Anterolateral myocardial infarction
    22. D) A 59-year-old male with supraventricular tachycardia
    23. A) Pericarditis
    24. C) Quantitative end-tidal carbon dioxide
    25. C) Initiate continuous cardiac monitoring with defibrillation capability
    Chapter 2: Respiratory Emergencies
    1. B) Administer racemic epinephrine
    2. D) Hypoxemia
    3. B) Spontaneous pneumothorax 4. D) Aspiration of water can interfere with surfactant function and cause collapse of the alveoli
    5. B) Assist with advanced airway management
    6. A) Streptococcus pneumoniae
    7. A) Provide supplemental oxygen
    8. C) May have a pulmonary embolus due to hypercoagulability in the postpartum period
    9. C) Provide supplemental oxygen
    10. B) Pulsus paradoxus
    11. B) Decrease FiO
    12. A) Pediatric Glasgow Coma Scale
    13. D) Hyperventilation syndrome
    14. C) Moderate-persistent
    15. A) Transudate
    16. A) Chest radiograph
    17. A) Uncompensated respiratory acidosis 18. A) Wheezing upon auscultation
    19. A) Elevated D-dimer
    20. D) Obtain supplies for provider to perform needle decompression
    Chapter 3: Neurological Emergencies
    1. C) Open the airway and apply oxygen
    2. A) Respiratory
    3. B) Brown-Séquard syndrome
    4. A) Complete a full neurological assessment
    5. D) "I will change the drainage bag with clean gloves."
    6. C) Gag
    7. A) Hyperextension
    8. D) Meningeal irritation
    9. D) Methylprednisolone
    10. A) Hydromorphone
    11. A) Dysphagia protocol
    12. A) Guillain-Barré syndrome
    13. B) Pseudo seizures
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  • edited by Robin L. Watson, RN, MN, CNS, CCRN, Clinical Informaticist, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, Health Services Administration, Los Angeles, California, Beth C. Diehl, DNP, NNP-BC, CCRN, LNCC, Neonatal Nurse Practitioner/Transport Nurse, Johns Hopkins Hospital/Maryland Regional Transport Program, Baltimore, Maryland.
    Digital Access R2Library 2017
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  • Theresa Clifford, Denise O'Brien.
    Contents:
    Certification of perianesthesia nurses : CPAN and CAPA certification programs
    Respiratory, cardiovascular, peripheral vascular and hematologic systems
    Neurologic and gastrointestinal systems
    Renal and integumentary systems
    Genitourologic, reproductive, and musculoskeletal systems
    Endocrine system, fluids, and electrolytes
    Maintenance of normothermia, physiologic comfort, and the therapeutic environment
    Anesthesia and malignant hyperthermia
    Diversity and psychosocial assistance
    Patient and family education
    ASPAN standards, documentation, regulatory guidelines, and patient safety needs.
    Digital Access R2Library 2018
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  • Ruth A. Wittmann-Price, Maryann Godshall, Linda Wilson, editors
    Summary: "The fourth edition of Certified Nurse Educator (CNE®/CNE®n) Review is designed to help you prepare for the National League for Nursing (NLN) certification exams. Designed for use by both novice and expert nurse educators, this comprehensive study aid with practice Q&A features a systematic approach to exam preparation and incorporates all key competencies and essential knowledge areas. The fourth edition has been updated to closely reflect the latest exam blueprints as well as current practices and an in-depth focus on the nurse educator shortage; competency-based education; technological teaching--learning tools, such as virtual simulation; and multigenerational learners. Case studies, critical-thinking questions, evidence-based teaching practice boxes, and teaching gems are also featured. Each chapter covers everything you need to know to pass the exam and includes end-of-chapter questions to check your knowledge. The review concludes with a full-length practice test to get you ready for exam day. With 300 practice questions, and detailed review content and answer rationales, the study aid empowers you with the tools and materials to study your way and the confidence to pass the first time, guaranteed! Know that you're ready. Know that you'll pass with Springer Publishing Exam Prep. Key Features Includes review for the new Academic Novice Nurse Educator (CNE®n) exam Reflects the latest NLN CNE®/CNE®n exam blueprints Provides a comprehensive yet concise review of essential knowledge for both exams Features case studies and critical-thinking questions to showcase practical applications of nurse educator topics. Provides Evidence-Based Teaching Practice Boxes and "Teaching Gems" from practice experts to reinforce key concepts. Includes end-of-chapter Q&A and a full practice test with detailed rationales Boosts your confidence with a 100% pass guarantee CNE® and CNE®n are registered service marks of the National League for Nursing (NLN). NLN does not sponsor or endorse this resource, nor does it have a proprietary relationship with Springer Publishing"-- Provided by publisher

    Contents:
    Introducing the cne and the cnen exams and blueprints
    Facilitate learning
    Teaching and learning strategies
    Educational technology
    Online learning
    Skills laboratory learning
    Facilitating learning in the clinical setting
    Learning with simulation
    Facilitating learner development and socialization
    Facilitating learner development through civic engagement experiences
    Using assessment and evaluation strategies
    Curriculum design and evaluation of program outcomes
    Pursuing systematic self-evaluation and improvement
    Functioning as a change agent and leader
    Engaging in the scholarship of teaching
    Functioning effectively within the institutional environment and academic community
    Practice test
    Practice test : answers
    Digital Access R2Library 2022
  • [edited by] Fong Chan, Malachy Bishop, Julie Chronister, Eun-Jeong Lee, Chung-Yi Chiu.
    Summary: "We are pleased to present this third edition of Certified Rehabilitation Counselor Examination Preparation. In the first edition of this guide, we indicated that ". . . the purpose of the book is to provide a concise yet comprehensive preparation guide for the CRCC 's Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) examination." In the development of this third edition this has remained our purpose and commitment"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Certified Rehabilitation Counselor Examination Information, Study and Test Taking Strategies / Yunzhen Huang and Stuart Rumrill
    Professional Orientation and Ethical practice / Connie Sung, Fong Chan, Jessica Brooks, Jill Bezyak, Emre Umucu, and Xiangli Chen
    Evidence-Based Practice, Counseling Theories, and Techniques / Sandra Fitzgerald and Julie Chronister
    Group Work and Family Dynamics / Eun-Jeong, Jinhee Park, and Kristin Kosyluk
    Crisis and Trauma Counseling and Intervention / Julie Chronister, Yazmin Castruita Rios, and Stuart Rumril
    Psychosocial Aspects of Chronic Illness and Disability / Julie Chronister and Sandra Fitzgerald
    Assessment / Eun-Jeong Lee, Nicole Ditchman and Yen Chun Tseng
    Career Development and Job Placement / Connie Sung, Jessica M. Brooks, Joshua Taylor, Emre Umucu, Beatrice Lee, Cahit Kaya, and Fong Chan
    Demand-Side Employment / Fong Chan, Jill Bezyak, Timothy Tansey, Sharon Hsu, Cahit Kaya, and Xiangli Chen
    Community Resources and Partnerships / Malachy Bishop, Muna Bhattarai, Stuart Rumrill, and Deborah Lee
    Rehabilitation, Disability, and Healthcare Case Management / Malachy Bishop, Stuart Rumrill, Mirang Park, Muna Bhattarai, Kaiqi Zhou, Jay Kim, and Megan Baumunk
    Medical Aspects of Chronic Disease and Disability / Chungyi Chiu, Jessica M. Brooks, and Connie Sung
    Research, Methodology, and Performance Management / Chungyi Chiu and Phillip Rumrill
    Mock Examination.
    Digital Access R2Library 2022
  • editors, Brian P. Griffin, Samir R. Kapadia, Venu Menon.
    Summary: "Providing a comprehensive, state-of-the-art review of every area of contemporary cardiovascular medicine, The Cleveland Clinic Cardiology Review is an excellent tool for learning and reviewing key concepts in major areas of cardiology. The ThirdEdition contains fully revised content, review questions used on the board exam. A new, easy-to-follow chapter template facilitates quick review and retention of the material. Emphasizes board-relevant clinical material and accurate, real-world clinical decision making.Covers every major topic you'll encounter on certification and recertification exams, including congenital heart disease, electrophysiology, valvular heart disease, vascular disease, and pharmacology, and more.Presents review questions with each chapter for thorough exam preparation and self-assessment.Uses a new, consistent format for most chapters: introduction, clinical presentation, diagnosis, algorithm, treatment, suggested readings, and questions/answers.Written by distinguished clinicians from the Cleveland Clinic Foundation's Department of Cardiovascular Medicine and based on the Cleveland Clinic Foundation's popular annual Intensive Review of Cardiology course. Enrich Your eBook Reading ExperienceRead directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone.Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech"-- Provided by publisher.
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  • editors, James K. Stoller, Craig Nielsen, Janet Buccola, Andrei Brateanu.
    Contents:
    Section I. Multidisciplinary skills for the internet
    Section II. Infectious disease
    Section III. Hermatology and medical oncology
    Section IV. Rheumatology
    Section V. Pulmonary and critical care medicine
    Section VI. Endocrinology
    Section VII. Nephrology and hypertension
    Section VIII. Gastroenterology
    Section IX. Cardiology.
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  • [edited by] Camille Sabella, Robert J. Cunningham III.
    Summary: "Review for the pediatric boards with confidence! <B>The Cleveland Clinic Intensive Review of Pediatrics, 5th Edition</B>, provides the core pediatric material you need to know in a practical format ideal for board review and preparation._ Up-to-date subspecialty chapters provide concise overviews with bulleted lists, tables, photographs, and radiographs, as well as new multiple-choice questions with detailed rationales._ Board simulation chapters in every section and at the end of the book, along with three practice exams, build your test-taking skills. Key Features:<ul><li>Evaluate your strengths and weaknesses, review important concepts efficiently, and gain experience answering board-style questions.</li><li>An essential resource for physicians preparing for certification or recertification, and for primary care physicians seeking to update their knowledge of pediatrics.</li><li>Written primarily by distinguished faculty from Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital.</li></ul>Your book purchase includes a complimentary download of the enhanced eBook for iOS, Android, PC & Mac. Take advantage of these practical features that will improve your eBook experience:<ul><li>The ability to download the eBook on multiple devices at one time -- providing a seamless reading experience online or offline</li><li>Powerful search tools and smart navigation cross-links that allow you to search within this book, or across your entire library of VitalSource eBooks</li><li>Multiple viewing options that enable you to scale images and text to any size without losing page clarity as well as responsive design</li><li>The ability to highlight text and add notes with one click</li></ul>"--Provided by publisher.
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  • Samir K. Shah, Daniel G. Clair, editors.
    Summary: This book, from the faculty and residents of one of the world?s most respected hospitals, provides a comprehensive and concise approach to vascular disease. Beginning with the foundations of vascular disease and diagnosis, this text moves on to cover critical disease processes. Each section of the book, dedicated to a unique pathology, explains salient pathophysiology, presentation, diagnosis, treatment options, and outcomes. A special emphasis is given to both open and endovascular techniques and their related pitfalls. Additionally, reflecting the growing importance of evidence-based medicine, readers are provided with references to critical publications that underpin diagnostic and therapeutic recommendations. Diagnosis, treatment, and more are provided succinctly, allowing this text to be broad in focus while remaining in a convenient portable format. As a brief review for practicing physicians or a primary educational text for fellows, residents, and medical students, Cleveland Clinic Manual of Vascular Surgery is a valuable addition to everyone?s library.

    Contents:
    Arterial Aneurysms
    Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
    Acute Lower Limb Ischemia
    Aortoiliac Disease
    Upper Limb Ischemia
    Mesenteric Ischemia
    Renovascular Disease
    Lymphatic
    Lymphedema
    Miscellaneous
    Portal Hypertension
    Hemodialysis Access
    Vasculitis.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Mark H. Hankin, Dennis E. Morse, Judith M. Venuti, Malli Barremkala.
    Summary: "Ensure readiness for the USMLE® or any other high-stakes exam covering clinical anatomy! Thieme Test Prep for the USMLE®: Clinical Anatomy by Mark Hankin, Dennis Morse, Judith Venuti, and Malli Barremkala features over 600 USMLE®-style multiple choice anatomical questions, classified as easy, moderate, and difficult, with detailed explanations. Chapters are organized by organ system and questions are categorized by anatomical region. Questions begin with a clinical vignette and are based on actual case reports, often incorporating patient and diagnostic images. Key Highlights · Award-winning Thieme anatomical illustrations used extensively in both questions and explanations provide exceptional clarity · In-depth coverage of the lymphatic and endocrine systems · Approximately 25% questions are image-based, mirroring the USMLE® format This essential resource will help you assess your knowledge and fully prepare for the USMLE® Step 1 or COMLEX Level 1 exam. Mark H. Hankin, PhD, is Professor and Senior Anatomist, and Director of the Anatomical Services Center, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon. Dennis E. Morse, PhD, is Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, University of Toledo, College of Medicine and Life Sciences, Toledo, Ohio; and Visiting Professor of Physiology and Cell Biology, Department of Physiology and Cell Biology, University of Nevada-Reno School of Medicine, Reno, Nevada. Judith M. Venuti, PhD, FAAA, is Professor and former Chair, Department of Foundational Medical Studies, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, Rochester, Michigan. Malli Barremkala, MBBS, is Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Department of Foundational Medical Studies, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, Rochester, Michigan"--Provided by publisher.
  • Ellie Kirov & Margaret Webb.
    Contents:
    Case studies. Acute care
    Behavioural and social aspects of disability
    Bowel elimination
    Communication
    Community-based care
    Cultural diversity in Australia and New Zealand
    Emergency care
    General health assessment 1
    General health assessment 2
    Leadership and management
    Legal and ethical aspects of nursing care
    Maternal and newborn care
    Medications 1
    Medications 2
    Mental health
    Movement and exercise
    Palliative care
    Perioperative nursing 1
    Perioperative nursing 2
    Rehabilitation nursing
    Skin integrity and wound care
    Urinary elimination
    Vital signs 1
    Vital signs 2. Answers and rationales. Acute care
    Behavioural and social aspects of disability
    Bowel elimination
    Communication
    Community-based care
    Cultural diversity in Australia and New Zealand
    Emergency care
    General health assessment 1
    General health assessment 2
    Leadership and management
    Legal and ethical aspects of nursingcare
    Maternal and newborn care
    Medications 1
    Medications 2
    Mental health
    Movement and exercise
    Palliative care
    Perioperative nursing 1
    Perioperative nursing 2
    Rehabilitation nursing
    Skin integrity and wound care
    Urinary elimination
    Vital signs 1
    Vital signs 2.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey Nursing 2014
  • Ondrej Dolezal.
    Summary: This book presents a selection of neurological clinical cases and tests the reader in order to allow them to gain clinical self-confidence in approaching the case, requesting tests (negotiating test with other specialties e.g. radiology) and also in referring to other specialties. The book examines a range of different clinical scenarios and neurological conditions from multiple sclerosis and degenerative disorders to epilepsy and headache. The book can serve as a teaching aid in a classroom setting, where teacher introduces the case ("telling the story", neurological examination) and the students then propose differential diagnoses and further tests. Teacher, when suitable, shows representative test result to students and expects students to interpret scan/test, eventually concluding the case, proposing further referrals and discussing prognosis Each chapter also contains visual aids in the form of Neuroexam, helping the reader gain a quick understanding of the case. Aimed at trainee neurologists and any non-neurologists who might encounter neurological cases in the clinic, this book is useful for bedside teaching especially when there are not enough available patients on ward.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Joel I. Hamburger.
    Contents:

    v. 1. Thyroid disease.
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  • Joseph Domachowske, Manika Suryadevara.
    Summary: This book is meticulously designed for the busy student, trainee, or seasoned physician looking to enhance or refresh skills in infectious diseases. It is intended to provide a solid resource for students and physicians in need of a concise yet comprehensive background of the material. Each chapter begins with a summary of the topic, a brief case description, definitions, critical teaching points, and tables, figures, photos, and other visual materials to reinforce learning. The chapters take a systems based approach to infections before concluding with the essentials of diagnostic microbiology to leave users with a practical toolkit for real-world clinics. Authored by two expert educators and dual infectious diseases and pediatrics specialists, Clinical Infectious Diseases Study Guide is the only updated study guide designed for medical students, fellows, residents, and trainees who need a strong foundation in infectious diseases. This includes infectious disease specialists in both adult and pediatric care, various internal medicine subspecialists, and hospitalists.

    Contents:
    Bacterial infections of the skin
    Febrile exanthems of childhood
    Acute and chronic lymphadenitis
    Keratitis
    Endophthalmitis
    Otitis, sinusitis, mastoiditis
    Pharyngitis, pharyngeal space infection
    Pertussis and pertussis syndrome
    Laryngitis, tracheitis, epiglottitis, bronchiolitis
    Community acquired pneumonia
    Influenza
    Tuberculosis
    Atypical pneumonia
    Fungal pneumonia
    Infective endocarditis
    Infectious myocarditis
    Acute rheumatic fever
    Kawasaki disease
    Infectious hepatitis
    Liver abscess
    Infectious gastroenteritis
    Urinary tract infection
    Human papillomavirus
    Prostatitis, epididymitis, and orchitis
    Vaginitis, cervicitis, and pelvic inflammatory disease
    Congenital and perinatal infections
    Aseptic meningitis
    Bacterial meningitis
    Parameningeal infections
    Meningoencephalitis
    Polyomavirus infections
    Prion disease
    Tetanus
    Diphtheria
    Botulism
    Toxic shock syndrome
    Clostridium difficile colitis
    Toxin mediated food poisoning
    Bacteremia and bacterial sepsis
    Central line associated bloodstream infections
    Osteoarticular infections
    Candidiasis
    Lyme disease
    Spotted fevers
    Typhus and related infections
    Malaria
    Yellow fever
    Dengue
    Chagas disease
    African sleeping sickness
    Leishmaniasis
    Leptospirosis
    Leprosy
    Tapeworms
    Trematodes
    Roundworms
    HIV
    Overview of antibiotics.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • editor, Scott Mankowitz.
    Summary: The book offers an introduction to all the informatics concepts that are represented on the Clinical Informatics Board Examination The core and direction of this book is to mirror the model of clinical informatics which is used by the American Board of Preventive Medicine to create their exam. Unlike any other text on the market, the book includes simulated exam questions, to help the reader asses his knowledge and focus his study. Clinical Informatics Board Review and Self Assessment is a thorough practical assistant to refine the reader's knowledge regarding this youngest and possibly broadest fields of medicine.

    Contents:
    Fundamentals of Clinical Informatics
    The health system
    Clinical Decision Making
    Health Information System
    Leading and Managing Change.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • John T. Finnell, Brian E. Dixon, editors.
    Summary: This study guide is written to support the formal training required to become certified in clinical informatics. The content is structured to define and introduce key concepts with examples drawn from real-world experiences in order to impress upon the reader the core content from the field of clinical informatics. The book is divided into sections that group related chapters based on the major foci of the core content: health care delivery; clinical decision-making; information systems; leadership and managing teams; and professionalism. The chapters do not need to be read or taught in order, although the suggested order is consistent with how the editors have structured their curricula over the years. Clinical Informatics Study Guide: Text and Review serves as a reference for those seeking to independently study for a certifying examination or periodically reference while in practice. It further provides a roadmap for faculty who wish to go deeper in courses designed for physician fellows or graduate students in a variety of clinically oriented informatics disciplines, such as nursing, pharmacy, radiology, and public health.

    Contents:
    An Introduction to Clinical (Health) Informatics
    The U.S. Health System
    Clinical Informatics Policy and Regulations
    Clinical Decision-Making
    Evidence Based Patient Care
    Clinical Decision Support
    Clinical Workflow Analysis, Process Redesign, and Quality Improvement
    Predictive Analytics
    Fundamentals of Information Technology Systems
    Health Information Systems and Applications
    Clinical Data Exchange, System Integration, and Standards
    Information System Lifecycles in Health Care
    Human Factors Engineering: Supporting the User Experience
    Leadership Models, Processes, and Practices
    Effective Interdisciplinary Teams
    Effective Communication
    Project Management
    Strategic and Financial Planning for Clinical Information Systems
    Change Management
    Patient Engagement and Consumer Informatics
    Personalized Medicine and Translational Informatics
    Population Health and Public Health Informatics
    Appendices: Case Studies.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • John T. Finnell, Brian E. Dixon, editors.
    Summary: This completely updated study guide textbook is written to support the formal training required to become certified in clinical informatics. The content has been extensively overhauled to introduce and define key concepts using examples drawn from real-world experiences in order to impress upon the reader the core content from the field of clinical informatics. The book groups chapters based on the major foci of the core content: health care delivery and policy; clinical decision-making; information science and systems; data management and analytics; leadership and managing teams; and professionalism. The chapters do not need to be read or taught in order, although the suggested order is consistent with how the editors have structured their curricula over the years. Clinical Informatics Study Guide: Text and Review serves as a reference for those seeking to study for a certifying examination independently or periodically reference while in practice. This includes physicians studying for board examination in clinical informatics as well as the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) health informatics certification. This new edition further refines its place as a roadmap for faculty who wish to go deeper in courses designed for physician fellows or graduate students in a variety of clinically oriented informatics disciplines, such as nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, radiology, health administration and public health.

    Contents:
    The discipline of clinical informatics: maturation of a new profession / Don E. Detmer, Benson S. Munger, Elaine B. Steen, and Edward H. Shortliffe
    Fundamentals of computer science / Eric Puster
    Clinical informatics policy and regulations / Matthew A. Eisenberg
    The U.S. health system / Craig D. Norquist
    Evidence-based health care / Arlene E. Chung, Christopher S. Evans, P. Jon White, and Edwin Lomotan
    Clinical decision-making / Stephen M. Downs
    Clinical decision support: it's more than just alerts / Mahima Vijayaraghavan, Lisa Masson, and Joseph Kannry
    Clinical workflow analysis, process redesign, and quality improvement / Mustafa Ozkaynak, Kim Unertl, Sharon Johnson, Juliana Brixey, and Saira N. Haque
    Human factors engineering and human-computer interaction: supporting user performance and experience / Richard J. Holden, Ephrem Abebe, Jordan R. Hill, Janetta Brown, April Savoy, Stephen Voida, Josette F. Jones, and Anand Kulanthaivel
    Information technology systems / Shawn N. Murphy and Jeffrey G. Klann
    Clinical information systems and applications / Caitlin M. Cusack, Veena Lingam, Christoph U. Lehmann, and Rachel Wong
    System development life cycle / Vishnu Mohan
    Healthcare data and exchange standards / William Hersh
    Health information exchange and interoperability / Brian E. Dixon, A. Jay Holmgren, Julia Adler-Milstein, and Shaun J. Grannis
    Data information and governance / Carl McKinley
    Analytics / Suranga N. Kasthurirathne and Shaun J. Grannis
    Cybersecurity in healthcare / Bryan C. McConomy and Dennis E. Leber
    Telehealth / Saira N. Haque and Emily M. Hayden
    Leadership models, processes, and practices / Robert C. (Bob) Marshall
    Effective interdisciplinary teams / Titus Schleyer, Sarah Zappone, Candace Wells-Myers, and Todd Saxton
    Strategic and financial planning / Natalie M. Pageler and Jonathan P. Palma
    Effective implementation of a clinical information system / Kim M. Unertl, Christoph U. Lehmann, and Nancy M. Lorenzi
    Project management / Lisa M. Masson, Carole A. Klove, and Noelle Provenzano
    Consumer health informatics: engaging and empowering patients and families / Deepti Pandita
    Public health informatics / Saira N. Haque, Brian E. Dixon, Shaun J. Grannis, and Jamie Pina
    Precision health / Feliciano B. Yu Jr.
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  • George P. Lee.
    Contents:
    Allergy & immunology
    Biostatistics
    Cardiology
    Dermatology
    EKG
    Endocrinology
    Ethics
    Gastroenterology
    Gynecology
    Hematology
    Neurology
    Obstetrics
    Ophthalmology
    Orthopedics
    Otolaryngology
    Psychiatry
    Pulmonary
    Renal and genitourinary
    Rheumatology
    Vascular.
  • [edited by] James Van Rhee, Christine Bruce, Stephanie Neary.
    Summary: "Clinical medicine, internal medicine, primary care. These are all course titles used by Physician Assistant (PA) programs throughout the United States to describe didactic or clinical year courses covering the essentials of evaluation, diagnosis, and management of clinical problems across clinical settings"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Dermatologic System / James Van Rhee
    Ocular System / Taylor L. Fischer, Ryan C. Chaney, Blakely A. Garrity, Lindsay Lyon, Diana M. Sukup
    Ears, Nose, and Throat Disorders / David Brissette, Rebecca Orsulak
    Pulmonary System / Jesse Coale, Analisa Ambrosi, Deanna Denault, Shannon Diallo
    Cardiovascular System / Christine Bruce, Jill Cowen
    Hematologic System / James Van Rhee
    Oncology / James Van Rhee
    Gastrointestinal System / Elizabeth Thompson, Nana Bernasko, Jessica Dahmus, Brandon Headlee
    Nutrition / Anne Wildermuth
    Renal System / James Van Rhee
    Genitourinary System / James Van Rhee, Chris Roman, Elizabeth Schmidt, Linda Lang, Mary Ruggeri
    Reproductive System / Stephanie Neary
    Musculoskeletal System / Christine Bruce; Paul Kuhlman; Tad Schrader; Carey Wheelhouse; Morgan Wilson
    Rheumatology / Christine Bruce; Carrie Beebout; Sylvie Fadrhonc; Benjamin Smith
    Neurologic System / Melinda Gottschalk
    Endocrine System / Stephanie Neary; Gina Hogg
    Infectious Diseases / James Van Rhee; Sampath Wijesinghe
    Psychiatry / Rachel Byrne
    Care of the Sexual and Gender Minority Patient / Dianne Bruessow, Jonathan Baker, Lauren Eisenbeis
    Preventive Medicine / John Bastin, Brigitta Cintron, Courtney Wilke
    Abuse / Tom Balga
    Surgery / Kenneth D. Sherry
    Genetic Disorders / Nguyen H. Park.
    Digital Access R2Library [2023]
    Limited to 1 simultaneous user
  • Douglas Gould, Gustavo Patino.
    Contents:
    Section I. Muscle weakness
    Section II. Pain
    Section III. Peripheral nervous system
    Section IV. Autonomic nervous system
    Section V. Spinal cord and roots
    Section VI. Brainstem
    Section VII. Cranial nerves
    Section VIII. Cerebellum, basal nuclei, and hypothalamus
    Section IX. Cerebral hemisphers
    Appendix
    Glossary.
  • Puneet K. Gupta, MD, MSE, Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, Pradeep Modur, MD, MS, Associate Professor, Department of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, Srikanth Muppidi, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences, Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford, California.
    Contents:
    Anatomy and physiology
    Electronics and instrumentation
    Nerve conduction studies and electromyography (EMG)
    Electroencephalography (EEG)
    Evoked potentials and intraoperative monitoring (IOM)
    Polysomnography and other sleep studies (PSG)
    Advanced topics : high frequency oscillations (HFOs), DC shifts, transcranial electrical stimulation (TES), motor evoked potential (MEP), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), magnetoencephalopgraphy (MEG), autonomic testing, blink reflex, single fiber EMG (SFEMG), quantitative EEG (QEEG)
    Ethics and safety.
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  • Celeste M. Alfes, Elizabeth P. Zimmerman, editors.
    Summary: "This invaluable resource is the first simulation guide designed specifically to support the training and evaluation of advanced practice nursing students, novice nurse practitioners, and advanced practice nurses transitioning to new fields. This book provides a method and foundation to transform graduate nursing education to competency-based clinical evaluation, empowering programs with standardized templates and interprofessional education options for each scenario to advance graduate simulation education and research. This comprehensive guide delivers more than 50 comprehensive simulation scenarios, written by experienced APRNs, faculty, and simulation specialists. Scenarios are arranged by APRN specialty with applications for students, faculty, standardized patients, staff development, and simulation staff who prepare the advanced practice nurse and their interprofessional team for clinical practice. Not only is this text easy for faculty to use and implement, it also includes several levels of application and offers strategies for adapting scenarios to an interprofessional setting"--Publisher's description.

    Contents:
    Introduction dedicated to the APRN student
    Introduction for the faculty/educator instructing the APRN student
    Introduction for the simulation team supporting simulation experiences for APRNS
    General assessment: Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)
    Adult-gerontology acute care nurse practitioner
    Adult-gerontology primary care nurse practitioner
    Family nurse practitioner
    Neonatal nurse practitioner
    Pediatric nurse practitioner primary care
    Acute care pediatric nurse practitioner
    Psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner
    Women's health nurse practitioner
    Clinical nurse specialist
    Certified nurse-midwife/certified midwife
    Introduction to the role of a certified registered nurse anesthetist
    Digital Access R2Library 2020
    Limited to 1 simultaneous user
  • [edited by] Hussein M. Tahan, PhD, RN, System Vice President, Nursing Professional Development and Workforce Planning, Medstar Health System Nursing, Columbia, Maryland, Teresa M. Treiger, RN-BC, MA, CHCQM-CM/TOC, CCM, CMSA Past National President (2010-2011), Principal, Ascent Case Management, LLC, Quincy, Massachusetts.
    Digital Access Ovid 2017
  • Summary: Prepare for your Certified Perioperative Nurse (CNOR®) exam with CNOR® Certification Practice Q & A. With 400 high-quality questions and comprehensive rationales based on the most recent Competency & Credentialing Institute (CCI) exam blueprint, this essential resource is designed to help you sharpen your specialty knowledge with practice Q & A organized by exam topic and strengthen your test-taking skills with the 200-question practice test. Combined, it gives you everything you need to pass the first time, guaranteed! Key Features *Includes 400 questions with in-depth rationales that address both correct and incorrect answers *Offers two study options--by exam topic area and full 200-question practice test *Provides key information about the CCI CNOR® certification exam *Boosts your confidence with a 100% pass guarantee (details inside) CNOR® is a registered certification mark of the Competency & Credentialing Institute ("CCI"), and CNOR® certification is offered exclusively by CCI. This publication is prepared by Springer Publishing Company, and neither this publication nor Springer Publishing Company is in any way affiliated with or authorized or endorsed by CCI. -- Provided by publisher
    Digital Access 2022
  • editors, Victor C. Strasburger, Donald E. Greydanus.
    Summary: "Adolescent Medicine: State of the Art Reviews (AM:STARs) is the official publicaton of the AAP Section on Adolescent Health. This issue consists of 80 questions on a wide range of topics in the field of Adolescent Medicine. Each question, along with the correct answer, is followed by a discussion of the pertinent topics, including why the correct answer is right and the incorrect answers are wrong. The PREP Adolescent Medicine questions were chosen to follow the format of the Content Specifications outlined by the American Board of Pediatrics, which delineates the areas of study that are covered in the examination that is required for subspecialty Board Certification in Adolescent Medicine. This is a helpful resource to assess knowledge in Adolescent Medicine practice and study for the Board Examination"--Publisher's description.
    Digital Access AAP ebooks 2017
  • Mark A. Ferrante, Professor, Department of Neurology, Co-Director, Neurophysiology Fellowship, Associate Director, Residency Training Program, Section Chief, Neurophysiology, Memphis VA Medical Center, Memphis, TN, USA.
    Summary: "Electromyography (EMG) is a technique for evaluating and recording the electrical activity produced by nerves and muscles. Interpreting EMG is a mandatory skill for neurologists and rehabilitation specialists. This textbook provides the reader with a detailed discussion of the concepts and principles underlying electrodiagnostic medicine. It is written for an audience without pre-existing knowledge in this discipline, including beginner technicians and physicians in training. It is an ideal review for seasoned practitioners and those preparing for board examinations. It begins with a review of the foundational sciences and works through the field in twenty chapters, including a large number of case studies demonstrating correct application and interpretation. Appendices of information frequently required in the EMG laboratory, such as Nerve Conduction Study techniques and their age-related normal values, anatomic regions assessed by each NCS and needle EMG studies, safety issues, and other important topics, are also included"-- Provided by publisher. "Historically, although measurements of the muscle response were initially made in the late nineteenth century, motor NCS were not truly born until the 1940s. At that time, technology was quite limited"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2018
  • Linda J. Smith, PBH, IBCLC, FACCE, FILCA, Owner and Director, Bright Future Lactation Resource Centre LTd., Director of Perinatal Policy, American Breastfeeding Institute, Adjunct Instructor, Boonshaft School of Medicine, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio.
    Summary: "Comprehensive Lactation Consultant Exam Review, Fourth Edition is an ideal reference to help prepare for the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE) certification examination. Completely updated and revised, the Fourth Edition follows the latest IBLCE Detailed Content Outline, contains more than 950 practice exam questions and answer rationales, more than 300 photos, and 20 actual clinical case studies. Organized around the mother-baby dyad's development, it poses questions unique to each particular stage. This review guide is perfect for beginning lactation consultants and those re-certifying, as well as dietitians, childbirth educators, nurses, and breastfeeding counselors. Each new print copy includes Navigate 2 Preferred Access that unlocks a comprehensive and interactive eBook and Navigate 2 TestPrep." -- Publisher.

    Contents:
    Prenatal
    Labor/birth
    Prematurity
    1-2 days
    3-14 days
    15-28 days
    1-3 months
    4-6 months
    7-12 months
    Greater than 12 months
    General principles
    Case studies.
    Digital Access R2Library 2017
    Limited to 1 simultaneous user
  • Vinay Kumar Kohli, Chitra Kohli, Akanksha Singh.
    Summary: This book concisely provides important Pathology concepts to aid pathology trainees, including medical students and resident physicians, in passing any advanced pathology examination. It provides a much needed revision aid and study guide. Through dedicated questions and answers over 23 chapters covering every major organ system, the book will develop skills needed to deal with different aspects of pathology in a systematic yet summarized manner. The book helps solve problems faced by trainees by providing the highest yield content. Throughout the book, an intuitive and systematic approach is used to reinforce fundamental concepts.

    Contents:
    Cellular Pathology, Inflammation And Repair
    Genetic Disorders
    Immune System Disorders
    Neoplastic Disorders
    Infectious Diseases
    Blood Vessels
    The Heart
    Hematopathology Of Red Blood Cells And White Blood Cells
    Lungs
    Head And Neck
    Gastrointestinal Tract
    Liver And Biliary Tract
    Pancreas
    Kidney
    Male Genital Tract
    Female Genital Tract
    Breast
    Endocrine System
    Skin Disorders
    Bone, Joints And Soft Tissue Disorders
    Peripheral Nerves & Skeletal Muscles
    Central Nervous System
    The Eye.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Paul V. Birinyi [and 7 others].
    Contents:
    Physiology
    Anatomy
    Adult neurosurgery
    Pediatric neurosurgery
    Neurology
    Radiology
    Pathology/histology
    Ophthalmology
    Critical care
    Competencies/health care/biostatistics
    Physiology
    Anatomy
    Adult neurosurgery
    Pediatric neurosurgery
    Neurology
    Radiology
    Pathology/histology
    Ophthalmology
    Critical care
    Competencies/health care/biostatistics
    Practive exam questions
    Practice exam answers.
  • [edited by] Jonathan S. Citow [and seven others].
    Digital Access
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    Thieme MedOne Neurosurgery
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  • Claire Babcock O'Connell, Thea Cogan-Drew.
    Contents:
    Ophthalmology and otolaryngology
    Pulmonology
    Cardiology
    Hematology
    Gastroenterology
    Nephrology and urology
    Gynecology
    Obstetrics
    Rheumatology and orthopaedics (musculoskeletal system)
    Endocrinology
    Neurology
    Psychiatry
    Dermatology
    Infectious disease
    Surgery
    Geriatrics
    Pediatrics.
  • volume editor, Claire Babcock O'Connell ; associate editor, Thea Cogan-Drew.
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    R697.P45 C66 2018
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  • editor, Claire Babcock O'Connell, MPH, PA-C, associate professor, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, School of Health Related Professions, Physician Assistant Program, Piscataway, NJ.
    Summary: The new, fifth edition of A Comprehensive Review for the Certification and Recertification Examinations for Physician Assistants is the foremost trusted preparation resource for the PANCE and PANRE. The text features high-yield outline-format review and pretest and post-test questions based on the blueprint of the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). Developed and endorsed by the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) and the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA), this edition's content reflects up-to-date information and has been reviewed and validated by subject matter experts working in the field. -- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Ophthalmology and otolaryngology
    Pulmonology
    Cardiology
    Hematology
    Gastroenterology
    Nephrology and urology
    Gynecology
    Obstetrics
    Rheumatology and orthopaedics (musculoskeletal system)
    Endocrinology
    Neurology
    Psychiatry
    Dermatology
    Infectious disease
    Surgery
    Geriatrics
    Pediatrics.
  • Esteban Cheng-Ching, Lama Chahine, Eric P. Baron, Alexander Rae-Grant.
    Summary: "In neurology perhaps more than any other specialty, clinical vignettes increase learning efficiency by illustrating examples and placing sometimes challenging neuroscience concepts into clinical practice. With this in mind, the majority of questions in this book are case-based. A multitude of radiographic and pathologic images are carefully selected to supplement information in the cases while also contributing to knowledge of these respective areas. The anatomic diagrams and other graphics provide visual aids to consolidate information presented in the discussions. The book is organized so that the reader can review chapters in their entirety or select individual questions from each chapter for review. Despite the Q & A format, topical review is possible with this book as well: the chapters are organized by topics, the index is comprehensive, and most importantly, reference is made in the discussion to different questions related to a specific concept. This book is strengthened by the renowned specialists who painstakingly reviewed the chapters and contributed valuable suggestions and images"--Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Cranial nerves and neuro-ophthalmology
    Vascular neurology
    Neurocritical care
    Headache
    Adult and pediatric epilepsy and sleep
    Movement disorders
    Neuroimmunology
    Neuro-oncology
    Neuromuscular i (neurophysiology, plexopathy, and neuropathy)
    Neuromuscular ii (adult and pediatric muscle, autonomic nervous system, and neuromuscular junction disorders)
    Neuromuscular iii (disorders of the spinal cord and motor neurons)
    Cognitive and behavioral neurology
    Psychiatry
    Child neurology
    Infectious diseases of the nervous system
    Neurologic complications of systemic diseases and pregnancy
    Nutritional and toxic disorders of the nervous system.
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    RC356 .C44 2017
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  • Deepak S. Patel, editor.
    Summary: Concussions are increasing in incidence each year, and each state has a law on management of concussions in children. These factors strengthen the need for primary care providers to be well-versed in the evaluation and management of them. This text provides primary care physicians and clinicians with an evidence-based yet practical approach to diagnosing and treating concussions in children and adults. The book begins with a general overview of concussions. It then goes on to identify risks, signs and symptoms of concussions. Next, physicians and providers learn when and how to perform appropriate physical exams for suspected concussions. The following chapters focus on finding the correct type of testing to perform in suspected concussions. The testing options addressed include diagnostic, neurocognitive and imaging. Return-to-learn and return-to-play recommendations are then discussed to ensure that providers are able to properly educate patients on them. The book concludes by explaining post-concussion syndrome and identifying methods to prevent concussions and complications in the future. Each chapter presents a specific case along with 3-5 followup questions as well as a summary of key concepts. Written from the unique perspective of a primary care physician who also specializes in sports medicine and concussions, Concussion Management for Primary Care is a first-of-its-kind book that serves as a valuable resource for primary care physicians, sports medicine physicians and any other clinician treating patients suffering from a possible concussion.

    Contents:
    Intro
    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Contents
    Contributors
    Chapter 1: Introduction to Concussion
    Clinical Case
    What is the definition of concussion and how does it happen?
    Which providers are best to evaluate and manage concussions?
    What is the role of Athletic Trainers and Nurses in evaluation and treatment of concussions?
    Are there laws related to concussions?
    Are there any good guidelines available for concussion care?
    Where can patients find reliable information about concussions?
    References
    Chapter 2: Incidence and Risk Factors for Concussions Clinical Case
    Question: Are concussions becoming more common?
    Children and Adolescent Age Groups
    Question: Are concussions more common in older or younger children?
    Question: Are concussions in children more common from sports or accidents?
    High School
    Question: High school football is regularly identified to be associated with concussions, but are there other sports that also have a high incidence?
    Question: What are risk factors associated with higher concussion rates in athletes? Question: Although males and females may play similar sports, do their concussion rates vary?
    Collegiate Sports
    Question: Are rates of SRC less common in college sports?
    Professional Sports
    Question: We hear about professional players with concussions in the public media, but what is their incidence?
    Military
    Question: Do military personnel have higher rates of concussions compared to civilians?
    Comorbid Neuropsychological Conditions
    Question: What medical conditions predispose or complicate the management of concussions? Miscellaneous or Elderly (Non-sports, Nonmilitary)
    Question: What are other common causes of concussions excluding sports or military involvement?
    Risk Factors (Table 2.1)
    References
    Chapter 3: Signs and Symptoms of Concussion
    Clinical Case
    Question: What are the six domains of signs and symptoms of concussions?
    Question: Is loss of consciousness required for a concussion?
    Question: What types of headache are common in patients that sustained a concussion?
    Question: What are cognitive symptoms of concussion? Question: What are the emotional or mood symptoms of concussion?
    Question: What are the ocular symptoms of concussion?
    Question: What other domain of concussion is closely related to fatigue?
    Question: What are the vestibular symptoms of concussion?
    References
    Chapter 4: Physical Examination
    Clinical Case
    Question: Why are vital signs relevant in concussed patients?
    Question: How does a patient's mood and cognitive function impact those with concussion?
    Question: What cranial nerve changes can be seen in concussed patients?
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • editor, Heather Craven.
    Contents:
    Patient/family education
    Cancer
    Care of the geriatric patient
    Behavioral health
    Care of the bariatric patient
    Nutrition
    Immobility
    Pain
    Fluid/electrolyte/acid-base imbalances
    Shock
    End-of-life care and ethics
    Perioperative nursing care
    Complementary, alternative, and integrative therapies
    Disaster planning
    The gastrointestinal system
    The respiratory system
    The cardiovascular system
    The endocrine system
    Diabetes
    The renal and urologic systems
    The reproductive system
    The neurologic system
    The musculoskeletal system
    The hematologic system
    The immune system
    Infectious disease and sepsis
    The integumentary system
    Domains of nursing practice
    Achieving excellence in medical-surgical nursing.
    Digital Access R2Library 2016
    Limited to 1 simultaneous user
  • edited by M. Terese Verklan, Marlene Walden.
    Summary: Perfect as a resource in the field or for exam preparation, this authoritative reference from the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) includes in-depth coverage of the most common neonatal disorders and their management. The concise outline format highlights the essentials of each condition including definition, etiology, pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, diagnostic tests, treatments, and outcomes to help you find important information quickly. This new edition also features an increased focus on evidence-based practice, new CAMTS and AAMS guidelines, new techniques for PICC placement, and changes to the Neonatal Resuscitation Program.

    Contents:
    Uncomplicated antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum care
    Antepartum-intrapartum complications
    Perinatal substance abuse
    Adaptation to extrauterine life
    Neonatal delivery room resuscitation
    Thermoregulation
    Physical assessment
    Fluid and electrolyte management
    Glucose management
    Nutritional management
    Developmental support
    Pharmacology
    Laboratory testing in the NICU
    Radiologic evaluation
    Common invasive procedures
    P ain assessment and management
    Families in crisis
    Patient safety
    Discharge planning and transition to home
    Genetics: from bench to bedside
    Intrafacility and interfacility neonatal transport
    Care of the extremely low birth weight infant
    Care of the late preterm infant
    Respiratory distress
    Apnea
    Assisted ventilation
    Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation
    Cardiovascular disorders
    Gastrointestinal disorders
    Endocrine disorders
    Hematologic disorders
    Infectious diseases in the neonate
    Renal and genitourinary disorders
    Neurologic disorders
    Congenital anomalies
    Neonatal dermatology
    Ophthalmologic and auditory disorders
    Foundations of neonatal research
    Ethical issues
    Legal issues.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey Nursing 2021
  • edited by Jeannine Brant.
    Summary: The only OCN Exam review developed in collaboration with the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS), "Core Curriculum for Oncology Nursing", 6th Edition, is the must-have OCN certification review resource. This essential guide covers the entire scope of practice for oncology nursing and reflects important changes in the dynamic field of cancer treatment and care. -- From publisher's description.

    Contents:
    Part 1: The care continuum. Epidemiology, prevention, and health promotion / Joni L. Watson
    Screening and early detection / Jaya M. Gill
    Survivorship / Stacie Corcoran
    Palliative and end-of-life care / Regina M. Fink and Nancy Robertson
    Nursing navigation across the cancer continuum / Shama Shrestha and Ellen Carr
    Communication and shared decision making / Pamela Katz and Joseph D. Tariman. Part 2: Scientific basis for practice. Carcinogenesis / Jennifer Alisangco Tschanz and Cathleen Sugarman
    Immunology / Christine Boley
    Precision medicine / Marlon Garzo Saria and Santosh Kesari
    Genetic risk factors / Julie Eggert
    Clinical trials and research protocols / Marlon Garzo Saria and Santosh Kesari
    Bone and soft tissue cancers / Ellen Carr
    Breast cancer / Jan Petree
    Gastrointestinal cancers / Christa Braun-Inglis
    Genitourinary cancers / Sally Maliski
    Head and neck cancers / Beverly Hudson and Ellen Carr
    HIV-related cancers / Brenda K. Shelton
    Leukemia / Stephanie Jackson and Jeannine M. Brant
    Lung cancer / Geline J. Tamayo
    Lymphoma / Judy Petersen
    Multiple myeloma / Joseph D. Tariman and Jazel Dolores Sugay
    Neurologic system cancers / Mady C. Stovall
    Reproductive system cancers / Denise Falardeau
    Skin cancer / Krista M. Rubin and Christine Boley. Part 3: Treatment modalities. Surgery / Gail W. Davidson
    Nursing implications of hematopoietic stem transplantation / Terry Wikle Shapiro
    Radiation therapy / Susan Weiss Behrend
    Chemotherapy and hormonal therapy / Patti Davis and Anna Howard
    Biotherapies: targeted therapies and immunotherapies / Kristine Deano Abueg and Brenda Keith
    Support therapies and access devices / Dawn Camp-Sorrell. Part 4: Palliation of symptoms. Pharmacologic interventions / Tia Wheatley and Rowena N. Schwartz
    Complementary, alternative, and integrative modalities / Roberta Bourgon
    Cardiovascular symptoms / Deborah Kirk Walker
    Cognitive symptoms / Catherine E. Jansen
    Endocrine symptoms / Marianne Davies
    Fatigue / Jeannine M. Brant
    Gastrointestinal symptoms / Rita Wickham
    Genitourinary symptoms / Sally Maliski
    Hematologic and immune symptoms / Eileen Galvin
    Integumentary symptoms / Kathy Waitman
    Musculoskeletal symptoms / Kathy Waitman
    Neurologic symptoms / Kathy Waitman
    Nutrition issues / Diana Cope
    Pain / Jeannine M. Brant
    Respiratory systems / Leslie Matthews
    Sleep-wake disturbances / Tricia Montgomery and Jeannine M. Brant. Part 5: Psychosocial dimensions of care. Altered body image / Elizabeth Freitas
    Caregiver burden / Geline J. Tamayo
    Cultural and spiritual care / Emily A. Haozous
    Psychosocial disturbances and coping / Kathleen Murphy-Ende
    Sexuality and sexual dysfunction / Patricia W. Nishimoto and Hana K. Choi. Part 6: Oncologic emergencies. Metabolic emergencies / Elizabeth Delaney, Carol Nikolai and Kristi Coe
    Structural emergencies / Wendy Vogel. Part 7: Professional practice. Standards of practice and professional performance / Barbara Lubejko
    Evidence-based practice / Jennifer Shamai, Tia Wheatley and Allison Winacoo
    Principles of education and learning / Diana Cope
    Legal issues / Julie Ponto
    Ethical issues / Jeanne Marie Erickson and Joshua Hardin
    Professional issues / Lani Kai Clinton
    Compassion fatigue / Susie Newton.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey Nursing 2020
  • Conrad Fischer, MD, Residency Program Director, Department of Medicine, Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York, Associate Professor of Physiology, Pharmacology and Medicine, Touro College of Medicine, New York, New York.
  • Prometheus Lionhart, M.D.
    Contents:
    Volume 1. Pediatrics
    Gastrointestinal
    Urinary
    Reproductive
    Endocrine
    Thoracic
    Cardiac
    Vascular
    IR
    Mammo Volume 2. Neuro
    Musculoskeletal
    Nuclear
    Strategy
    Physics
    Non interpretive skills
    Biostatistics.
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  • [edited by] Ronaldo Collo Go.
    Contents:
    Chapter 1: Acid-Base Disorders
    Chapter 2: Electrolyte Disorders
    Chapter 3: Hemodynamic Monitoring
    Chapter 4: Shock
    Chapter 5: Cardiac Arrhythmias and Hypertensive Emergencies
    Chapter 6: Acute Coronary Syndromes
    Chapter 7: Congestive Heart Failure
    Chapter 8: Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure
    Chapter 9: Hypercarbic Respiratory Failure
    Chapter 10: Thromboembolic Disease
    Chapter 11: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
    Chapter 12: Mechanical Ventilation
    Chapter 13: Airway Management
    Chapter 14: Analgesia, Sedation, Delirium, and Coma
    Chapter 15: Stroke
    Chapter 16: Status Epilepticus
    Chapter 17: Disorders of the Spinal Cord and Peripheral Nervous System in Critical Care
    Chapter 18: Sepsis
    Chapter 19: Healthcare-Acquired Infections
    Chapter 20: The Immune System and Infection
    Chapter 21: Antimicrobials
    Chapter 22: Endocrinology
    Chapter 23: Hematology and Oncology
    Chapter 24: Gastroenterology
    Chapter 25: Obstetrics
    Chapter 26: Acute Kidney Injury and Renal Replacement Therapy
    Chapter 27: Surgical Intensive Care Unit
    Chapter 28: Transplantation
    Chapter 29: Trauma and Warfare
    Chapter 30: Toxicology
    Chapter 31: Critical Care Ultrasound
    Chapter 32: Nutrition
    Chapter 33: Extracorporeal Life Support
    Chapter 34: Hypothermia and Hyperthermia
    Chapter 35: Biostatistics
    Chapter 36: Ethics, Death, and Organ Donation.
  • [edited by] Abraham Sonny, Edward A. Bittner, Ryan J. Horvath, Sheri M. Berg ; associate editor, Hassan Farhan
    Summary: "Covering all four critical care board exams (anesthesiology, surgery, internal medicine, and neurology), Critical Care Medicine Review: 1000 Questions and Answers prepares you for exam success as well as clinical practice in today's ICU. This full-color, easy-to-use review tool provides challenging case studies, relevant images, multiple-choice board-style questions, rationales for correct and incorrect answers, and references for every question. Edited by instructors of anesthesia and critical care from Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, this comprehensive resource is an ideal study guide for critical care fellows, recertifying practitioners, and CCRNs. Contains 1000 multiple-choice, case study questions and answers that mirror the four critical care exams in both content and distribution of questions and topics. Covers all body systems as well as Surgery, Trauma, and Transplantation; Pharmacology and Toxicology; Research, Administration, and Ethics; and miscellaneous topics such as pregnancy, dermatologic disorders, and thermoregulatory disorders. Answers include detailed rationales for both correct and incorrect responses, as well as references for further study and review"--Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    I: Neurologic disorders
    II: Cardiovascular disorders
    III: Pulmonary disorders
    IV: Renal, electrolyte and acid base disorders
    V: Endocrine disorders
    VI: Infectious and immunologic disease
    VII: Hematologic and oncologic disorders
    VIII: Gastrointestinal, nutrition and genitourinary disorders
    IX: Surgery, trauma, and transplantation
    X: Pharmacology and toxicology
    XI: Research, administration, and ethics
    XII: Miscellaneous
    Digital Access Ovid 2020
  • [edited by] Polly E. Parsons, Jeanine P. Wiener-Kronish, Renee D. Stapleton, Lorenzo Berra.
    Contents:
    I. General ICU care.
    Glycemic control in the ICU
    Early mobility
    Sedation, analgesia, delirium
    Pain management in the ICU
    Ethics and palliative care
    Fluid therapy
    Nutrition in critically ill patients
    Mechanical ventilation
    Noninvasive respiratory support
    Weaning from mechanical ventilation and extubation
    Quality assurance and patient safety in the ICU
    II. Monitoring. Pulse oximetry, capnography, and blood gas analysis
    Hemodynamic monitoring
    Neuromonitoring
    III. Procedures. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
    Arterial and central venous catheters
    Critical care ultrasound
    Ventricular assist device
    Percutaneous assist devices
    Intra-aortic balloon pumps
    Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)
    Tracheal intubation and airway management
    Tracheotomy and upper airway obstruction
    Chest tubes and pneumothorax
    Bronchoscopy
    Pacemakers and defibrillators
    IV. Pulmonary. Acute pneumonia
    Asthma
    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Acute respiratory failure/ARDS
    Hemoptysis
    Venous thromboembolism and fat embolism
    V. Cardiology. Heart failure and valvular heart disease
    Acute myocardial infarction
    Cardiac arrhythmia
    Aortic dissection
    Pericardial disease (pericardial tamponade and pericarditis)
    VI. Infectious Disease. Sepsis and septic shock
    Endocarditis
    Meningitis and encephalitis in the intensive care unit
    Disseminated fungal infections
    Multidrug-resistant bacteria
    Skin and soft tissue infections
    H1N1/influenza
    Immunocompromised host
    VII. Renal disease. Hypertensive crises
    Acute kidney injury
    Renal replacement therapy and rhabdomyolysis
    Hypokalemia and hyperkalemia
    Hyponatremia and hypernatremia
    VIII. Gastroenterology. Upper and lower gastrointestinal bleeding in the critically ill patient
    Acute pancreatitis
    Hepatitis and cirrhosis
    IX. Endocrinology. Diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state
    Adrenal insufficiency in the intensive care unit
    Thyroid disease in the ICU
    X. Hematology/oncology. Blood products and coagulation
    Thrombocytopenia and platelets
    Disseminated intravascular coagulation
    XI. Neurology. Coma
    Brain death
    Status epilepticus
    Stroke and subarachnoid hemorrhage
    Guillain-Barré syndrome and myasthenia gravis
    Alcohol withdrawal
    XII. Surgery and trauma. Burns and frostbite
    Thoracic trauma (flail chest and pulmonary & myocardial contusion)
    Acute abdomen and peritonitis
    Organ donation
    XIII. Emergency medicine. Disaster medicine, bioterrorism and Ebola
    Allergy and anaphylaxis
    Hypothermia
    Heat stroke
    XIV. Toxicology. General approach to poisonings
    Analgesics and antidepressants
    Toxic alcohol poisoning
    Cardiovascular medications
    Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
    XV. Unique patient populations. Care of the critically ill pregnant patient
    Care of the obese patient
    Oncologic emergencies
    Post-intensive care syndrome & chronic critical illness
    ICU survivors
    XVI. Emerging therapies. Sepsis: emerging therapies
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
  • M. Ashraf Akuji, Fiona Martin, David Chambers, Elizabeth Thomas.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2019

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