‏253.00 ₪

Oxford Handbook of Endocrinology and Diabetes

‏253.00 ₪
ISBN13
9780198851899
תאריך יציאה לאור
4 באפר׳ 2022
שם סדרה
Oxford Medical Handbook
  • A unique pocket reference in endocrinology and diabetes, ideal for specialty trainees and foundation doctors
  • Provides a practical, concise guide to investigations and clinical management of both common and rare conditions
  • Contains protocols for tests and assessment strategies for useful reference
  • Presents information in an easily-accessible format, with useful summary boxes and clinical pearls

New to this Edition:

  • Features brand new chapters on transition in endocrinology, practical nursing considerations, and the genetics of endocrinology
  • Contains special appendices for COVID-19 resources and medicolegal considerations for endocrinology and diabetes
  • Fully updated to reflect current guidance and new developments in the diagnosis and management of common and rare situations

The indispensable guide to all aspects of clinical care, the Oxford Handbook of Endocrinology and Diabetes has been fully updated for its fourth edition, providing comprehensive coverage of both disciplines in a practical and concise format. Featuring new chapters on transition in endocrinology and diabetes, practical nursing considerations, and the genetics of endocrinology, and expanded sections on inherited endocrine syndromes and MEN, it retains the clear organisation and layout for ease of reference as the previous edition over a broader range of topics.

Combining authority, relevance, and reliability, this title includes new therapies and guidelines alongside 'clinical pearl' and 'tricky situation' boxes to aide readers in rare or complicated situations. This is the must-have guide for all trainees and specialist nurses in endocrinology and diabetes.

מידע נוסף
תאריך יציאה לאור 4 באפר׳ 2022
תוכן עניינים

1:Thyroid, Mark Vanderpump
2:Pituitary, Niki Karavitaki, Chris Thompson, and Iona Galloway
3:Adrenal, Jeremy Tomlinson
4:Reproductive endocrinology, Waljit Dhilo, Melanie Davies, Channa Jayasena, and Leighton Seal
5:Endocrinology in pregnancy, Catherine Williamson and Rebecca Scott
6:Calcium and bone metabolism, Neil Gittoes and Richard Eastell
7:Paediatric endocrinology, Ken Ong and Emile Hendricks
8:Transition in endocrinology, Helena Gleeson
9:Neuroendocrine disorders, Karin Bradley
10:Inherited endocrine syndromes and MEN, Paul Newey
11:Endocrinology and aging, Antonia Brooke and Andrew McGovern
12:Endocrinology aspects of other clinical or physiological situations, Antonia Brooke, Kagabo Hirwa, Claire Higham, and Alex Lewis
13:Genetics of endocrinology, Marta Korbonits and Paul Newey
14:Practical and nursing aspects of endocrine conditions, Anne Marland and Mike Tadman
15:Diabetes, Gaya Thanabalasingham, Alistair Lumb, Helen Murphy, Peter Scanlon, Jodie Buckingham, Solomon Tesfaye, Ana Pokrajac , Pratik Choudhary, Patrick Divilly, Ketan Dhatariya, Ramzi Ajjan, and Rachel Besser
16:Lipids and hyperlipidaemia, Fredrik Karpe
17:Obesity, John Wilding
18:Laboratory endocrinology, Peter Trainer and Phillip Monaghan