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  • Birgit Kumbrink.
    Summary: K-taping in theory - the special elastic tape's properties, basic principles and effects -- fundamentals of k-tape application -- contraindications. K-taping in practice -- the four major application techniques (muscle, ligament, correction, lymph applications), each described in detail and illustrated with a clinical case -- 70 particularly common medical conditions, and their treatment using k-tape applications -- each technique illustrated in up to six full-color photos and anatomical drawings -- concise step-by-step instruction, covering the specifics of each medical condition, plus additional practical tips -- memo boxes, summarizing the main points to remember.

    Contents:
    1. The k-taping method. From theory to therapeutic methodology
    the elastic stretch k-tape
    indications of inadequate tape quality
    tape with pharmaceutically active ingredients
    user and areas of application
    training for k-taping therapists
    cross-tape
    basic functions and effects of k-taping
    improvement of muscle function
    elimination of circulatory impairments
    pain reduction
    support of joint function
    application and removal of the tape
    contraindications
    color theory
    diagnosis
    references. 2. The four applications. Muscle applications
    muscle function
    mode of action of the k-taping
    executing the application
    ligament application
    ligament applications (Ligamenta)
    ligament application for tendons
    spacetape
    corrective applications
    functional correction
    fascia correction
    lymphatic applications
    causes of lymphostasis
    mode of action of lymphatic applications
    references. 3. Muscle applications. Muscle applications for the upper extremities
    trapezius
    deltoid
    biceps brachii
    tricepts brachii
    infraspinatus
    extensor carpi radialis longus muscle
    muscle applications for the trunk
    pectoralis minor
    pectoralis major
    rectus abdominis
    external oblique
    internal oblique
    iliacus
    intrinsic back musculature (erector spinae), application for the lumbar region
    muscle application for the lower extremities
    abductor longus
    rectus femoris
    biceps femoris
    semimembranosus
    gluteus maximus
    tibiallis anterior
    extensor halluscis longus
    references. 4. Ligament applications. Ligaments and tendons
    collateral ligaments of the knee
    patellar ligament
    achilles tendon
    lateral collateral ligaments of the ankle joint
    special form of ligament application: spacetape
    spacetape pain point
    spacetape trigger point
    references. 5. Corrective applications. Functional correlation
    patella correction
    scoliosis
    spinous process correction
    fascia correction
    fascia correction of iliotibial tract
    inflammation of the superficial pes anserinus
    frontal headache
    anterior shoulder instability
    hallux valgus. 6. Applications for specific indications. Head
    tinnitus
    migraine
    whiplash
    temporomandibular joint
    trunk
    thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS)
    Asthma
    Scoliosis
    Lumbar Vertebral Syndrome (LVS)
    Micturition disorder
    menstrual disorders
    uterine prolapse
    scar tape
    upper extermities
    impingement syndrome
    bicepts tendonitis
    epicondylitis
    carpal tunnel sydrome (CTS)
    Wrist stabilization
    finger contusion
    lower extremities
    hip problems
    torn muscle fibers
    osteoarthritis of the knee joint
    achilodynia
    ankle joint distortion
    splayfoot, fallen arch, and flatfoot. 7. Lymphatic applications. Upper extremities
    drainage of medial upper arm
    drainage of lateral upper arm
    drainage of forearm/entire arm
    drainage of hand
    protein fibrosis (stemmer sign) in the hand
    drainage using the arm spiral tape
    lower extremities
    drainage of the thigh
    drainage of the lower leg/entire leg
    drainage of the entire leg
    drainage of the foot
    stemmer sign in the foot
    drainage using the leg spiral tape
    trunk
    drainage of upper trunk quadrant
    drainage of lower trunk quadrant I
    drainage of lower trunk quadrant II
    drainage of abdoment
    additional lymphatic applications
    drainage of face
    drainage of shoulder joint
    drainage of knee joint
    fibrosis/hematoma. 8. Neurological applications. Nervus medianus
    nervus radialis
    nervus ulnaris
    nervus ischiadicus
    nervus trigeminus
    facial paresis
    extention of the finger
    extension of the hand
    rotation of the upper arm
    colonic support
    abdominal spiral
    fecal incontinence
    references. 9. Gynecological applications. Abdominal support
    cross-tape antenatal preparation
    breast engorgement
    mastitis
    transverse muscles (postnatal)
    lymph application>>Mama<<-- postural correction.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • [edited by] Mark D. Miller, James A. Browne, Brian J. Cole, Andrew J. Cosgarea, Brett D. Owens.
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    ClinicalKey
  • Gary W. Procop, MD, MS, Medical Director, Enterprise Test Utilization and Pathology Consultative Services, Director, Molecular Microbiology, Mycology, Parasitology, and Virology, Professor of Pathology, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, Deirdre L. Church, MD, PhD, FRCPC, D(ABMM), Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine and Medicine, University of Calgary, Clinical Section Chief, Microbiology, Calgary Laboratory Services/Alberta Health Services, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Geraldine S. Hall, PhD, D(ABMM), Retired Clinical Microbiologist, the Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, William M. Janda, PhD, D(ABMM), Professor Emeritus, Pathology and Microbiology, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, Division Chair, Microbiology and Virology, Department of Pathology, John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital/Cook County Health and Hospitals System, Chicago, Illinois, Elmer W. Koneman, MD, Professor Emeritus, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, Colorado, Paul C. Schreckenberger, PhD, D(ABMM), Professor of Pathology, Director, Clinical Microbiology, Associate Director, Molecular Pathology, Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, Illinois, Gail L. Woods, MD, Professor and Chief of Pediatric Pathology, Department of Pathology, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas.
    Summary: "The founding objective of Koneman's Color Atlas and Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology is to provide a clear exposition of procedures routinely employed in the laboratory identification of microbial agents causing infectious diseases"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Introduction to microbiology : part I : the role of the microbiology laboratory in the diagnosis of infectious diseases : guidelines to practice and management
    Introduction to microbiology : part II : guidelines for the collection, transport, processing, analysis, and reporting of cultures from specific specimen sources
    Laboratory diagnosis by immunologic methods
    Molecular microbiology
    Medical bacteriology : taxonomy, morphology, physiology, and virulence
    The enterobacteriaceae
    The nonfermentative gram-negative bacilli
    Curved gram-negative bacilli and oxidase-positive fermenters : campylobacteraceae and vibrionaceae
    Miscellaneous fastidious gram-negative bacilli
    Legionella
    Neisseria species and moraxella catarrhalis
    Gram-positive cocci
    The gram-positive cocci : part I : staphylococci and Related gram-positive cocci
    The gram-positive cocci : part II : streptococci, enterococci, and the streptococcus-like bacteria
    Aerobic and facultative gram-positive bacilli
    Aerobic actinomycetes
    The anaerobic bacteria
    Antimicrobial susceptibility testing
    Mycoplasmas and ureaplasmas
    Mycobacteria
    Spirochetal infections
    Mycology
    Parasitology
    Diagnosis of infections caused by viruses, chlamydia, rickettsia, and related organisms.
    Limited to 3 simultaneous users
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Designed to teach or review human anatomy; turn labels on/off, some quizzing. 6th edition of An Atlas of illustrations and radiologic images provides views and perspectives that elucidate complex anatomic relationships.

Incorporates muscle tables as quick look-up appendices.
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A point-of-care clinical information resource containing succinct and aggressively updated clinical topic reviews.

Provides fulltext access to Lane's resources.

Includes the MEDLINE database, which contains coverage of over 5000 journals and more than 35.5 million citations for biomedical articles, including, but not limited to, clinical trials, systematic reviews, case reports, and clinical practice guidelines.

A medical search engine provides access to 9,000 medical and procedural videos, 1,000 books and over. Lane Library's Document Delivery Service obtains article and book chapter PDFs as well as print book loans from other libraries at no cost to School of Medicine affiliated users as well as scans PDFs of articles or book chapters from Lane's print collection for a small fee.
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A web-based, decision support system for infectious diseases, epidemiology, microbiology and antimicrobial chemotherapy. The database, updated weekly, currently includes 337 diseases, 224 countries, 1,147 microbial taxa and 306 antibacterial (-fungal, -parasitic, -viral) agents and vaccines.

Over 10,000 notes outline the status of specific infections within each country.

David Lee Bassett MD (1913-1966), a professor in the Department of Anatomy at Stanford University School of Medicine, pioneered innovations in dissection to create this comprehensive set of three-dimensional human anatomy photographs. An interactive atlas of human anatomy; over 40 modules covering the full body. 68,600 images and videos, 400+ step-by-step illustrated procedures, simultaneous search across Thieme's journals, e-books, and PubMed.

Limited to 19 simultaneous users.
Designed to teach or review human anatomy; turn labels on/off, some quizzing. 6th edition of An Atlas of illustrations and radiologic images provides views and perspectives that elucidate complex anatomic relationships.

Incorporates muscle tables as quick look-up appendices.
Database of must-know cases covering every radiology subspecialty; clearly annotated images to identify key findings at-a-glance. Select “Images” tab; search over 2 million images covering these subject areas: Biochemistry, Dentistry, Genetics, Immunology, Microbiology, Medicine, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Nursing & Health Professions, Veterinary Science & Medicine A presentation tool with thousands of stunning illustrations and clinical images from Gilroy et al.'s Atlas of Anatomy, 2nd Edition, and other Thieme titles. Archive of medical images of cancer for free public download. Images are organized as “Collections”, e.g., disease (lung cancer, etc.), image modality (MRI, CT, etc.) or research focus. DICOM file format.