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This pack brings together two essential guides to clinical medicine, covering all the core topics for a value-for-money price.
Now in its ninth edition, the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine is still a peerless classic, bringing you practical, up-to-date clinical advice and a unique outlook on the practice of medicine. This edition features a new and improved referencing system guided by a team of junior doctors, ensuring that the text is packed with valuable references to the most salient data and guidelines across the specialties. Each chapter has been updated on the advice of a team of specialists, to bring you everything you need for any eventuality on the ward or in the field.
Cross-referenced to its companion volume, the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties, the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine offers a unique perspective on the practice of medicine. It is a trustworthy companion for anyone with the spirit of self-improvement and a passion for their practice.
In addition, this pack includes the second edition of Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Medicine. Mapped and cross-referenced to the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine, this compact revision guide contains over 460 SBAs and EMQs to get you through your exams. Each question is ranked by difficulty to help you track your progress, while detailed feedback and pointers to further reading help you to deepen your understanding. Ace your finals with this Oxford pack!
Murray Longmore, General Practitioner, Sussex, UK, ,Ian Wilkinson, Professor of Therapeutics and Honorary Consultant Physician, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK,Adrew Baldwin, GP Specialty Trainee, Eastbourne General District Hospital, UK,Elizabeth Wallin, Specialist Registrarin Renal Medicine, Addenbrookes Hospital Cambridge, UK,Alex Liakos, Trainee in Core Medicine, London Deanery, UK,Martin Hill, GP Specialty Trainee, Wessex Deanery, UK
Table of Contents
Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine 1. Thinking about medicine 2. History and examination 3. Cardiovascular medicine 4. Chest medicine 5. Endocrinology 6. Gastroenterology 7. Renal medicine 8. Haematology 9. Infectious diseases 10. Neurology 11. Oncology and palliative care 12. Rheumatology 13. Surgery 14. Epidemiology 15. Clinical chemistry 16. Eponymous syndromes 17. Radiology 18. Reference intervals 19. Practical procedures 20. Emergencies Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Medicine 1. Cardiovascular medicine 2. Chest medicine 3. Endocrinology 4. Gastroenterology 5. Renal medicine 6. Haematology 7. Infectious diseases 8. Neurology 9. Rheumatology 10. Surgery 11. Clinical chemistry 12. Emergencies