Internal Medicine On Call

Internal Medicine On Call

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The "On Call" Series provides concise and portable for "on-the-spot" treatment advice. It presents a comprehensive overview of the initial evaluation and treatment. It features the most frequently encountered problems in a specialty. It includes laboratory and diagnostic tests, procedures, and commonly used medications. It is perfect for residents and students on the wards. It includes over 60 of the most common internal medicine problems. It is thoroughly revised to include new laboratory tests and a therapeutics section with over 100 new more

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  • Paperback
  • 114 x 175 x 25mm | 499g
  • McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
  • McGraw-Hill Education (Ise Editions)
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 4th Revised edition
  • 0071104933
  • 9780071104937

Author information

Steven A. Haist, MD, MS Residency Program Director Associate Professor of Medicine Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics Department of Internal Medicine University of Kentucky Medical Center Lexington, KY John B. Robbins, MD General Internist Private Practice Internal Medicine Associates Bozeman, MT Series Editor: Leonard G. Gomella, MD The Bernard W. Godwin, Jr., Professor And Chairman Department of Urology Jefferson Medical College Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia, Pennsylvaniashow more

Table of contents

I. On Call Problems 1. Abdominal Pain 2. Acidosis 3. Alkalosis 4. Anaphylactic Reaction 5. Anemia 6. Arterial Line Problems 7. Aspiration 8. Bradycardia 9. Cardiopulmonary Arrest 10. Central Venous Line Problems 11. Chest Pain 12. Coagulopathy 13. Coma, Acute Mental Status Changes 14. Constipation 15. Cough 16. Delirium Tremens 17. Diarrhea 18. Dizziness 19. Dyspnea 20. Dysuria 21. Falls 22. Fever 23. Fever in the HIV-Positive Patient 24. Foley Catheter Problems 25. Headache 26. Heart Murmur 27. Hematemesis, Melena 28. Hematochezia 29. Hematuria 30. Hemoptysis 31. Hypercalcemia 32. Hyperglycemia 33. Hyperkalemia 34. Hypernatremia 35. Hypertension 36. Hypocalcemia 37. Hypoglycemia 38. Hypokalemia 39. Hypomagnesemia 40. Hyponatremia 41. Hypophosphatemia 42. Hypotension 43. Hypothermia 44. Insomnia 45. Irregular Pulse 46. Jaundice 47. Joint Swelling 48. Leukocytosis 49. Leukopenia 50. Nausea and Vomiting 51. Oliguria/Anuria 52. Overdoses 53. Pacemaker Troubleshooting 54. Pain Management 55. Polycythemia 56. Pruritis 57. Pulmonary Artery Catheter Problems 58. Seizures 59. Syncope 60. Tachycardia 61. Thrombocytopenia 62. Transfusion Reaction 63. Wheezing II. Laboratory Diagnosis III. Procedures 1. Arterial Line Placement 2. Arterial Puncture 3. Arthrocentesis 4. Bladder Catheterization 5. Bone Marrow Aspiration and Biopsy 6. Central Venous Catheterization 7. Endotracheal Intubation 8. Gastrointestinal Tubes 9. Intravenous Techniques 10. Lumbar Puncture 11. Paracentesis 12. Pulmonary Artery Catheterization 13. Skin Biopsy 14. Thoracentesis IV. Fluids and Electrolytes V. Blood Component Therapy VI. Ventilator Management 1. Indications and Setup 2. Routine Modification of Settings 3. Troubleshooting A. Agitation B. Hypoxemia C. Hypercarbia D. High Peak Pressures 4. Weaning VII. Therapeuticsshow more
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