This concise, pocket-sized manual provides a guidebook for medical students entering their third and fourth, or clinical clerkship, years. During these years, a specific set of clinical skills are required as well as the ability to interact interpersonally with patients, colleagues, instructors, and mentors in varying capacities. This book provides, in a straightforward, simple manner, essential information on all the skills needed to succeed in clinical rotations. The book is written in an outline format and contains appealing elements such as mnemonics, hot keys, and numerous original illustrations.the. Typical. OB/GYN. Day. Lime Activity 6:00 AM Pre-rounds 7:00 AM Work rounds 8:00 AM OR/Laamp;D 12:00 PM Noon conference/lunch 1:00 ... Develop an overall short-term plan and long-term plan for each patient. ... The status of both the woman and the fetus can deteriorate rapidly, and this is why they are hospitalized.
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2006|