Opis: Textbook of Physical Diagnosis with DVD 6e - Mark H. Swartz, M Swartz
Despite the advanced technologies at our disposal today, a complete health history and physical examination remain the most crucial diagnostic tools in any healthcare practitioner's arsenal. And no one teaches these all-important skills better than Mark H. Swartz, MD, FACP. For nearly two decades, Dr. Swartz's textbook has shown readers how to derive the maximum diagnostic information from interviewing and examining patients. Using a compassionate, humanistic approach, Dr. Swartz explores how cultural differences can influence communication, diet, family relationships, and health practices and beliefs, and demonstrates that your interpersonal awareness is just as essential in physical diagnosis as your level of technical skill. In this 6th edition, a new chapter on the focused physical exam prepares you for the USMLE Step 2 CS and the OSCE. Over 3 hours of video on DVD demonstrate how to examine adult male and female patients as well as pediatric and geriatric patients. Plus you can access the complete contents of the book online.
"This is an outstanding introductory text for anyone beginning to learn how to conduct a patient interview and perform a physical diagnosis. While there have been numerous books on this topic, and some that have been available for generations, this clearly is one of the very best currently available.
With a limited budget, this is the one book that is worth the price, considering the companion website with the added illustrations. It is an absolute must for every medical library and a tremendous addition for the experienced clinician. Weighted Numerical Score: 100 - 5 Stars!" - "Doody's Reviews"
"If, as it has been said, a picture is worth a thousand words, this text is worth at least a quarter of a million."
- JAMA, September 2009
Reviewed by Linda Pinsky, MD
University of WashingtonSection I The Art of Interviewing Chapter 1 The Interviewer's Questions Chapter 2 The Patient's Responses Chapter 3 Caring for Patients in a Culturally Diverse Society Chapter 4 Understanding Complementary and Alternative Medicine Chapter 5 Assessment of Nutritional Status Chapter 6 Putting the History Together Section II The Science of the Physical Examination Chapter 7 The Physical Examination Chapter 8 The Skin Chapter 9 The Head and Neck Chapter 10 The Eye Chapter 11 The Ear and Nose Chapter 12 The Oral Cavity and Pharynx Chapter 13 The Chest Chapter 14 The Heart Chapter 15 The Peripheral Vascular System Chapter 16 The Breast Chapter 17 The Abdomen Chapter 18 Male Genitalia and Hernias Chapter 19 Female Genitalia Chapter 20 The Musculoskeletal System Chapter 21 The Nervous System Chapter 22 Putting the Examination Together Section III Evaluation of Specific Patients Chapter 23 The Pregnant Patient Chapter 24 The Pediatric Patient Chapter 25 The Geriatric Patient Chapter 26 The Acutely Ill Patient Section IV Putting the Data to Work Chapter 27 Diagnostic Reasoning in Physical Diagnosis Chapter 28 The Clinical Record Chapter 29 Focusing on the Focused History and Physical Examination Epilogue Appendix A Commonly Abused Drugs Appendix B Signs and Symptoms in Deficiency States Appendix C Conversion Tables