Oxford Handbook Of Tropical Medicine

Oxford Handbook Of Tropical Medicine The Oxford Handbook of Tropical Medicine provides clear and concise coverage of this area of medicine for students and practitioners in the tropics Medical conditions are ordered by system except for

  • Title: Oxford Handbook Of Tropical Medicine
  • Author: Michael Eddleston Robert Davidson
  • ISBN: 9780198525097
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Oxford Handbook of Tropical Medicine provides clear and concise coverage of this area of medicine for students and practitioners in the tropics Medical conditions are ordered by system except for the five major tropical conditions malaria, HIV STDs, tuberculosis, diarrhoeal diseases, and acute respiratory infections and fevers The book has been designed to be as prThe Oxford Handbook of Tropical Medicine provides clear and concise coverage of this area of medicine for students and practitioners in the tropics Medical conditions are ordered by system except for the five major tropical conditions malaria, HIV STDs, tuberculosis, diarrhoeal diseases, and acute respiratory infections and fevers The book has been designed to be as practical as possible with illustrations of blood films and stool smears, which are useful for diagnosis, as well as the usual clinical features, diagnosis, and management The new edition includes a major revision to the cardiology, chest medicine, renal, and endocrinology sections and there is new material on mental health, managing acute medical emergencies and ophthalmology.

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    1. For a small, true "handbook" which is not too big to tote around, this can't be beat. However, it cannot cover in as much details the whole gamut of tropical medicine like a larger textbook can. For a physician or simply anyone living in or visiting places where tropical diseases are endemic, this book is highly recommended. For a comprehensive textbook, I recommend Hunter's Tropical Medicine and Emerging Infectious Diseases

    2. Tropical diseases can be huge question if you live in country where you seldom meet them however with all that traveling you can meet those in your practice quite easily. Authors used very pointed approach to to subject and easy diagnostic approaches. It is book I must have in my bookshelf.

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