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Little Black Book of Pulmonary Medicine
  • Author(s):

  • Edward Ringel, MD, Division of Pulmonary Medicine, MaineGeneral Medical Center

  • Details:

  • ISBN-13: 9780763752446
    ISBN-10:0763752444
    Paperback   516 pages   © 2009

  • Price:

  • $30.95

Overview

This succinct, bulleted handbook is the ultimate resource for pulmonary and respiratory specialists. Throughout the book, tables and figures summarize important clinical data and current professional society recommendations, while salient references provide readers with the latest, evidence-based research.

Divided into three sections, section one reviews the assessment process and provides practical guidance and algorithms for the evaluation of the cardinal signs of respiratory disease. Section two outlines tests and procedures that are unique to pulmonary medicine and helps the reader to determine when a test or procedure is appropriate, the limitations of the procedure, how to interpret test results correctly, and advice on counseling the patient. The final section contains in-depth coverage of both common and uncommon diseases that affect the lungs.

Key Topics in the Little Black Book of Pulmonary Medicine:

● Approach to the Patient
● Pulmonary Infectious Disease
● The Lung and Pregnancy
● Pulmonary Vascular Disease

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Table of ContentsShow

Chapter 1: Approach to the Patient
Chapter 2: Pulmonary Diagnostic Testing
Chapter 3: Pulmonary Therapeutics
Chapter 4: Airway Diseases
Chapter 5: Pulmonary Infectious Disease
Chapter 6: Pulmonary Malignancy
Chapter 7: Diffuse Parenchymal Lung Cancer
Chapter 8: Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome and Acute Lung Injury
Chapter 9: The Lung and Pregnancy
Chapter 10: Pleural Disease
Chapter 11: Neuromuscular and Ventilatory Control Conditions
Chapter 12: Pulmonary Vascular Disease


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About the Author(s)Show

Edward Ringel, MD-Division of Pulmonary Medicine, MaineGeneral Medical Center

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