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This comprehensive yet concise clinical reference presents need-to-know information on over 170 commonly encountered diseases and disorders. The easy-to-use, colorful, consistent, and alphabetized format enables readers to gain quick access to vital information on Pathophysiology Risk Factors Clinical Manifestations and Assessments Diagnostic Methods Medical and Nursing Management Complications Special Features include: Nursing Process sectionsthat include all of the steps of the nursing process: Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning, Nursing Interventions, and Evaluation. Nursing Alertsthat offer brief tips or highlight red-flag warnings for clinical practice. Gerontologic Considerationsthat highlight information pertaining specifically to the care of older adults, who comprise the fastest-growing segment of our population.