Anemia (2012 Edition)

Anemia (2012 Edition)

This book provides an up- to- date summary of many advances in our understanding of anemia, including its causes and pathogenesis, methods of diagnosis, and the morbidity and mortality associated with it. Special attention is paid to the anemia of chronic disease. Nutritional causes of anemia, especially in developing countries, are discussed. Also presented are anemias related to pregnancy, the fetus and the newborn infant.

Thus this book provides a wide coverage of anemia which should be useful to those involved in many fields of anemia from basic researchers to epidemiologists to clinical practitioner

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Atlas of Diabetes (2012)

Atlas of Diabetes (2012)

imageDiabetes mellitus is increasing in incidence, prevalence, and importance as a chronic disease throughout the world. The International Diabetes Federation projects that by 2030 there will be 438 million people with diabetes on a global scale. In the United States, the Centers for Disease Control calculates that 25.8 million people (or 8.3% of the population) have diabetes and nearly 2 million Americans develop diabetes each year. Thus, the burden of diabetes is enormous in terms of the magnitude of the population affected.  There has been an exciting explosion of knowledge about fundamental mechanisms related to diabetes. We have gained insights into the pathogenesis both of type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and with that, the prospect of implementing prevention strategies to delay or interdict the disease processes. Great progress has been made in islet transplantation, which offers the potential of reversing diabetes, while approaches to islet replacement by regeneration or stem cell therapy are in their infancy. Whether diabetes prevention will come from advances in understanding the processes of islet neogenesis and proliferation, from genetic engineering, or from protecting xenoislets or stem cells from immunologic attack remains unclear. All are potential avenues of pursuit. This newly revised, comprehensive, four-color Atlas of Diabetes, 4th Edition, is extensively updated with references to the current literature.  Developed by leading authorities in the field, this Atlas offers an indispensable collection of images, including algorithms, tables, charts, and schematic drawings.  It continues its role as a leading reference work and an invaluable contribution to the field.

 

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Cecil Medicine

Cecil Medicine: Expert Consult

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Ranks among the best medical textbooks in longevity, comprehensiveness, tradition, and use by practitioners and students alike”.JAMA
Goldman and Ausiello have given the 22nd edition of this venerable textbook a 21st-century remodeling, which sets a new standard that others are sure to follow.
A doctors bible…It is an incredibly useful resource, it’s so detailed you may only feel the benefits of it from 3rd year and even in 3rd year it’s pretty comprehensive. Covering pretty much every disease I have heard of so far, it includes an array of less common infectious diseases all accompanied by appropriate clinical images, extensive treatment and pathology sections.
SURGO, Student Review Magazine, October 2008 

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Faster reference…better practice!

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Trauma: A Comprehensive Emergency Medicine Approach

Trauma: A Comprehensive Emergency Medicine Approach

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Trauma: A Comprehensive Emergency Medicine Approach
Edited by: Eric Legome, Kings County Hospital
Edited by: Lee W. Shockley, University of Colorado, Denver and Health Sciences Center
First edition (July 25, 2011)
ISBN:9780521870573
Publication date:June 2011, 736 pages
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Link: http://ifile.it/97o01qb

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