Medics Little Helper
Developed by Brandon R. Doneff, Medics Little Helper is a fantastic resource for students and professionls.
Those specializing in Paramedicine, Respiratory, Medicine and Nursing will be sure to benefit from this pocket book.
The information in this 13 chapter, 260 page professionally designed book has been based upon the teaching of a Critical Care Paramedic during the didactical, clinical and field training. You will find specific information about laboratory findings, medical devices, anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the body. As well as specific clinical diagnosis and treatment for a wide variety of patients.
Ottawa Anesthesia Primer
The Ottawa Anesthesia Primer is an essential primary text for medical students and residents completing a rotation in anesthesia. Written by over 40 authors and edited by Dr. Patrick Sullivan, the Ottawa Anesthesia Primer updates their previous popular text entitled Anesthesia for Medical Students. General and specific learning objectives have been carefully identified and can be tailored to the students unique needs during their rotation. In addition, each chapter begins with learning objectives and key points for the student. Throughout the text, emphasis has been given to knowledge, procedures and skills with a focus on preoperative assessment, securing intravenous access, airway management, basic resuscitation skills, acute pain management and the safe use of local anesthetics. Additionally, within the Primer's 26 chapters, anesthesiologists, anesthesia residents and physicians from other specialties will find valuable discussions on advanced topics including management of the difficult airway, regional anesthesia, acute pain, chronic pain, obstetrical anesthesia, management of the circulation and adult and neonatal resuscitation to name just a few. The revised text was renamed the Ottawa Anesthesia Primer recognizing that the content is suitable for medical care providers practicing in a wide variety of roles. Accompanying videos and hyperlinks to reference articles provide clinicians with immediate access up-to-date landmark articles. The reader has the option of viewing the Primer in a print or electronic format. The electronic ePrimer is available as an iBook that can be purchased for use on an iPad by downloading a free Apple application called iBooks. It is also available as an ePub version and a DRM pdf for viewing on other electronic readers. The ePrimer offers URL links, video links, and expanded case problem discussions. Selected URL addresses for additional resources are listed in the printed version of the Primer.
Bates' Guide to Physical Examination and History-Taking [11E]
The 11th edition of the pre-eminent textbook on physical examination contains foundational content to guide students' approaches to history taking, interviewing, and other core assessment skills, as well as fully illustrated, step-by-step techniques that outline correct performance of physical examination. The book features a vibrant full-color art program and an easy-to-follow two-column format with step-by-step examination techniques on the left and abnormalities with differential diagnoses on the right. The comprehensive, evidence-based content is intended for medical students, high-level nursing education and practice markets, as well as related health professions such as physician assistants.
New for this edition:
- Content has been fully revised and updated to reflect the most recent health care literature.
- More than 200 new and revised photographs and drawings have been added to better illustrate key points in the accompanying text.
- Design and layout has been revised to increase discoverability of core material and special assessment tips.
- Techniques of interviewing chapter has been reorganized to provide clearer insights into the skills of empathic listening.
Toronto Notes 2013
Toronto Notes 2013 includes exciting new changes that will further help students prepare for the Canadian and American medical licensing exams. This year, the Toronto Notes 2013 package includes:
- A concise textbook with in-depth coverage of 29 medical specialties
- Up-to-date Evidence Based Medicine summaries
- Over 20 new original medical illustrations, with 20 revisions
- A Clinical Handbook highlighting common clinical management scenarios and helpful tips on clerkship basics perfect to carry on the wards
- A brand new Stat Notes booklet a 30 page guide of how to approach and manage clinical scenarios encountered while on call.
- Online version of the text
- Online set of practice examination questions
- Additional online resources including: a Colour Atlas, ECG Made Simple, Heart Sounds Tutorial, Approach to Ultrasound, Online Color Histology Slide Collection
New features include:
- A brand new Stat Notes booklet a 30 page guide of how to approach and manage clinical scenarios encountered while on call
- Over 20 new original medical illustrations
- Updated online colour atlas with new images and annotations
- Improved website interface for quick searching
- An Approach to Ultrasound in the ER
- Online Colour Histology Slide Collection
- 50 OSCE practice stations with history and physical exam checklists and post-encounter probes
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-5
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition, is the most comprehensive, current and critical resource for clinical practice available to today's mental health clinicians and researchers of all orientations. This new edition, used by clinicians and researchers to diagnose and classify mental disorders, is the product of more than 10 years of effort by hundreds of international experts in all aspects of mental health. Their dedication and hard work has yielded an authoritative volume that defines and classifies mental disorders in order to improve diagnoses, treatment, and research. This manual, which creates a common language for clinicians involved in the diagnosis of mental disorders, includes concise and specific criteria intended to facilitate an objective assessment of symptom presentations in a variety of clinical settings—inpatient, outpatient, partial hospital, consultation-liaison, clinical, private practice, and primary care. DSM-5 is the most definitive resource for the diagnosis and classification of mental disorders.