First Exposure to Internal Medicine: Ambulatory Medicine

First Exposure to Internal Medicine: Ambulatory Medicine

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The ideal databank and toolset for your rotation FIRST EXPOSURE TO AMBULATORY MEDICINE enhances your rotation with: A compelling profile of the practice of ambulatory medicine Just the right amount of material for your 4-week clerkship o Detailed descriptions of procedures you will see and perform A focus on important concepts you should learn - not memorization of facts How-to's for evaluating the ambulatory patient The a€œChief Complaintsa€ most often presented in ambulatory departments a€œDon't Miss Diagnosesa€ table for each major clinical problem Clinically relevant detail on cases you will see Learning objectives at the start of each chapterWhen prescribing COCs, counseling patients on what to do if a pill is missed is important. ... the pills should be stopped altogether, allow withdrawal bleeding to occur, and begin a new pill pack 1 week after the last pill was ... Many clinicians will routinely schedule a follow-up visit 6a€”12 weeks after initiating hormonal contraception, to discuss side effects, review ... combined oral estrogen and progesterone pills (Preven), progesterone-only pills (Plan B), and the copper- containing IUD.

Title:First Exposure to Internal Medicine: Ambulatory Medicine
Author:Andrew Hoellein
Publisher:McGraw Hill Professional - 2007-02-09


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