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The family practice desk reference

by Charles E. Driscoll

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0815122012, Hardcover)

Extremely useful in the daily practice of primary care, this book is organized by medical discipline and designed for quick reference. It contains data for comparison to patient findings, pearls of wisdom, tips, stratagems, techniques, tables, and other information that is difficult to commit to memory. Includes a table of hematology values for children, maneuvers necessary to differentiate various heart murmurs and full descriptions of frequently performed office procedures.

* Algorithms, tables, and a host of at-a-glance formats to enhance your disease management. * Organization by anatomic region to speed decision making. * Drug therapies integrated with related conditions to help you formulate effective management strategies.

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