e-Book Clinical Examination epub downloadAuthor: John MacLeod
Pages: 496 pages
Publisher: Harcourt Brace/Churchill Livingstone; 6th edition (July 1983)
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e-Book Clinical Examination epub download
by John MacLeod
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by Graham Douglas BSc(Hons) MBChB FRCP(Ed) (Author), Fiona Nicol BSc(Hons) MB BS FRCGP FRCP(Ed) (Author), Colin Robertson BA(Hons) MBChB FRCP(Glas) FRCS(Ed) FICP(Hon) FSAScot (Author) & 0 more.
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MacLeod's Clinical Examination book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking MacLeod's Clinical Examination as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This classic textbook sets out how to take a patient.
The systematic examination section documents clearly the relevant history, examination and special investigations as well as giving advice on their significance. The final section covers specialised areas and emphasises an integrated and structured approach to these patients.
Macleod's Clinical Examination. The book has three sections: Section One details the principles of history taking, general examination and the external features of disease. John Macleod, Graham Douglas (FRCPE. E. Fiona Nicol, Colin Ernest Robertson. Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2005 - 406 páginas. Its main purpose is to document and explain how to: talk with a patient.
Section 1: Principles of clinical history and examination. Managing clinical encounters with patients. General aspects of history taking. The value of initial observations. Section 2: System based examination.