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Clinician's Pocket Drug Reference Medicine & Health Science Books @ ezimizyfaf.cf Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Leonard G. Gomella, MD, FACS, The Bernard W. Goodwin, Jr., Professor, Chairman, Department of Urology, Jefferson .
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The program is successful because it was developed and taught by students for other students. Over the years, students have been the main source of feedback for the book, critical to its longevity. Over the last ten editions, the book has been continually updated to reflect the dynamic changes in medical care. Because of the demand, it is now on a two-year revision cycle to keep the information as up to date as possible. An attempt is made to cover the most frequently asked basic management questions that are normally found in many different sources such as procedure manuals, laboratory manuals, drug references, and critical care manuals, to name a few.
This book is not meant as a substitute for specialty-specific reference manuals; the core information presented is the essential foundation for the new medical student or health care provider beginning to learn hands-on patient care. The book is designed to represent common medical practices around the country.
Over the years, contributors from dozens of medical centers have enhanced the content of the book. The companion manual, the mini-pocket Clinician's Pocket Drug Reference , has been well received and is in its sixth edition this year.
Our thanks to the team at McGraw-Hill, in particular Editors Jim Shanahan and Harriet Lebowitz, for keeping this book as one of their high priority publications. A special thanks to our administrative assistant Denise Tropea for her support. A word of eternal gratitude to the past administration of the University of Kentucky College of Medicine: Thanks also to the hundreds of past contributors, Dr. Every medical student at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine since has received a courtesy copy of this book as a small token of our appreciation for the University's dedication to producing outstanding and caring physicians who serve patients in the Commonwealth and beyond.
We look forward to your comments and suggestions because they allow us to keep the book up to date and useful, an effort that would be impossible if it were not for our readers. We hope this book will not only help you learn some of the basics of the art and science of medicine but also allow you to care for your patients in the best way possible.
Gomella, MD Philadelphia, Pennsylvania leonard.