The Washington Manual of Medical Therapeutics (35th Edition)

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Pavan Bhat, Alexandra Dretler, Mark Gdowski, Rajeev Ramgopal, Dominique Williams


Lippincott Williams – Wilkins; 35th edition




954 pages









Book Description

Find out why this best-selling medical etextbook, The Washington Manual of Medical Therapeutics 35th edition (PDF), is relied on by housestaff and faculty members all over the world – and why it is available in both print and eBook format! The Washington Manual® of Medical Therapeutics, 35th Edition focuses on the essential information you need to know in order to provide successful patient care. This edition is user-friendly and concise, and it is now available with a handy spiral binding. This indispensable reference, which was written by residents with assistance from faculty co-authors and an outstanding editorial team, provides concise and logical approaches to the diagnosis and management of frequently encountered medical conditions, including new therapies that improve patient outcomes. It is a must-have for any medical professional’s library. The 35th Edition, which has been thoroughly updated throughout, provides a clear view of the challenges that are faced by residents, medical students, interns, and other practitioners. In addition, it offers practical solutions as well as expert guidance, all of which are contained in a single source that is convenient and easy to access.

The Manual’s brand-new spiral binding allows it to lie completely flat, making it simple to use even without your hands.
Completely revised to take into account the constant and rapid progression of medical technology and therapeutics, this edition has been thoroughly updated.

Internal Medicine Chief Residents from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis were responsible for editing this document.
Content related to neurology and toxicology is made available online as part of the comprehensive coverage that addresses all facets of medicine as well as the primary subspecialties.
A concise and practical format, featuring a brief discussion of pathophysiology, an evidence-based presentation of current therapies, and essential diagnostic and therapeutic guidance from international experts.

When diagnosing, investigating, and treating common medical conditions, it can be helpful to have diagrams, guidelines, and algorithms that are straightforward and easy to understand.


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