Extensively revised and updated, the second edition of Essential Urology: A Guide to Clinical Practice provides support to primary care physicians through its review of common genitourinary problems. This edition continues to provide the primary care physician with tools to better recognize urological diseases as well as updated management strategies for these disorders. To enhance the theme of comprehensive care and family medicine, the volume is formatted according to the life cycle and the urological challenges, which may be detected and diagnosed by primary care physicians respective of the patientas stage in life, beginning with pregnancy and in utero diagnoses. Pediatric themes such as infection and voiding dysfunctions are followed by adult urological topics ranging from prostate diseases, nephrolithiasis, overactive bladder syndromes, incontinence and urological cancer screening. Three new chapters are added addressing male infertility/andrology and the growing demand for integrative and alternative medical care of urologic patients, as well as commonly encountered dermatological problems in the genital area. Essential Urology: A Guide to Clinical Practice, Second Edition is extremely comprehensive and yet, very accessible. It is authored by experts representing the spectrum of urological subspecialties, further enhancing the value of this unique work.2. Table 2.3 Seattle Childrena#39;s Hospital clinical effectiveness guidelines for acute ... The evaluation, management, and consequences of UTIs differ significantly between adults and children. ... These groups include NICE and committees from major childrena#39;s R.W. Grady (*) Department of Urology, Seattle Childrena#39;s ... Ultimately, current management of UTIs in children focuses on the following: Elimination of the acute symptoms of ac infection Prevention of recurrent UTI ac Prevention ofanbsp;...
|Author||:||Jeannette M. Potts|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-11-06|