An evidence-based approach to family practice care, Mosby's Family Practice Sourcebook: An Evidence-Based Approach to Care, Fourth Edition is a quick reference tool for residents and general practitioners. It covers the latest evidence-based approaches and controversies in the prevention and treatment of a wide variety of clinical problems encountered in office practice. The book is organized by conditions seen or treated by the typical family practitioner. Coordinated by the University of Toronto's Department of Family and Community Medicine, each topic area is developed by a variety of experts (over 170 in total) to provide the latest evidence-based practice. qThe perfect mix of the evidence with the practical!q Each topic covers the latest evidence, discussing the pros and cons of each issue. The coverage is presented as briefly as possible, providing evidence-based citations from trials, journals and web sites. Now divided by medical subspecialty, with additional sections entitled Family Practice and Approaches To (covering commonly encountered problems in family practice like dizziness, fatigue, pain). Each topic has been updated, with new topics added where necessary.A 2003 Systematic Review of the management of Shoulder Impingement Syndrome showed that the studies with the best ... only limited evidence supporting the efficacy of therapeutic exercise (TE) and manual therapy.7 TE consists of a comprehensive, ... Physiotherapy has not been found to be effective in either pain management or restoration of ROM. ... 2003. 8. Van der Windt DA, Koes BW, Devilleanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mosby's Family Practice Sourcebook|
|Publisher||:||Mosby Canada - 2006|