The Maudsley Practice Guidelines for Physical Health Conditions in Psychiatry

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Download The Maudsley Practice Guidelines for Physical Health Conditions in Psychiatry written by David M. Taylor, Fiona Gaughran, Toby Pillinger in PDF format. This book is under the category Health and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1119554209; 1119554241/9781119554202/ 9781119554240. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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Specifications

book-author

David M. Taylor, Fiona Gaughran, Toby Pillinger

publisher

Wiley-Blackwell; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

752 pages

language

English

asin

B08L8JPWQ8

isbn10

1119554209; 1119554241

isbn13

9781119554202/ 9781119554240


Book Description

The Maudsley Practice Guidelines for Physical Health Conditions in Psychiatry; (PDF) gives common and psychiatric practitioners an proof-primarily based and sensible information for the appropriate evaluation; investigation; and administration of regular bodily well being situations seen in folks with important psychological sickness. Written by a distinguished group of revered specialists in medication; pharmacy; dietetics; surgery; physiotherapy; and psychiatry; the ebook connects the hole between bodily and psychiatric well being companies for the severely mentally unwell.

The ebook additionally delivers practitioners with knowledgeable steerage on making efficient referrals to different surgical and medical subspecialties; telling readers what info subspecialties would anticipate receiving. Its use will improve the standard of medical care obtained by mentally unwell sufferers and; by encouraging a holistic method to remedy that considers each thoughts and physique; will improve the therapeutic relationship between practitioner and affected person.

The Maudsley Practice Guidelines for Physical Health Conditions in Psychiatry contains the next:

  • Administration of bodily well being emergencies in a psychiatric setting
  • Evidence-based approaches to the dealing with of bodily unintended effects of psychiatric medicines
  • Guidance on analysis and administration of effectively over 100 totally different medical and surgical shows normally seen in folks with severe psychological sickness
  • Advice on approaches to encourage a wholesome way of life in folks with severe psychological sickness; like adjustments to weight loss plan and bodily exercise and smoking cessation

Perfect for each common practitioners and psychiatrists who want to enhance the standard of care they supply to folks with grave psychological sickness; The Maudsley Practice Guidelines for Physical Health Conditions in Psychiatry might be of profit to anybody setting out to search the divide between the remedy of bodily and psychiatric well being situations.

NOTE: This sale solely contains the ebook The Maudsley Practice Guidelines for Physical Health Conditions in Psychiatry in PDF. No access codes are included.

Additional information

book-author

David M. Taylor, Fiona Gaughran, Toby Pillinger

publisher

Wiley-Blackwell; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

752 pages

language

English

asin

B08L8JPWQ8

isbn10

1119554209; 1119554241

isbn13

9781119554202/ 9781119554240

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Dedication
Contents
Preface
List of Abbreviations
Part 1 Cardiology
1 Tachycardia • Guy Hindley, Eromona Whiskey, Nicholas Gall
2 Bradycardia • Eleanor Croft, Nicholas Gall
3 QT Interval Prolongation • Guy Hindley, Nicholas Gall
4 Syncope • Luke Vano, Nicholas Gall
5 Hypertension • Luke Vano, Toby Pillinger, J. Kennedy Cruickshank
6 Postural Hypotension • Toby Pillinger, Ian Osborne, Thomas Ernst, J. Kennedy Cruickshank
7 Peripheral Oedema • Thomas Whitehurst, Theresa McDonagh
8 Myocarditis • Thomas Whitehurst, Theresa McDonagh
9 Hypercholesterolaemia • Dipen Patel, Toby Pillinger, Narbeh Melikian
10 Physical Activity • Garcia Ashdown-Franks, Brendon Stubbs
Part 2 Endocrinology
11 Diabetes Mellitus • Yuya Mizuno, Toby Pillinger, Dan Siskind, Sophie Harris
12 Thyroid Disease • Harriet Quigley, Jackie Gilbert
13 Hyperprolactinaemia • John Lally, Toby Pillinger, Olubanke Dzahini, Sophie Harris
14 Obesity • Yuya Mizuno, Toby Pillinger, Dan Siskind, Ian Osborne, Kate Moffat, Donal O’Shea
Part 3 Haematology
15 Anaemia • Sanjena Mithra, Aleksander Mijovic
16 Neutropenia • John Lally, Toby Pillinger, Aleksander Mijovic
17 Thrombocytopenia • Sanjena Mithra, Aleksander Mijovic
18 Venous Thromboembolism and Anticoagulation • Helen Doolittle, Lara Roberts, Roopen Arya
Part 4 Gastroenterology
19 Gastro‐oesophageal Reflux and Peptic Ulcer Disease • Luke Vano, Seema Varma, John O’Donohue
20 Gastrointestinal Bleeding • Douglas Corrigall, David Dewar
21 Nausea and Vomiting • Mary Denholm, Matthew Cheetham
22 Dysphagia • Mary Denholm, Jason Dunn
23 Deranged Liver Function Tests • John Lally, Aisling Considine, Kosh Agarwal
24 Alcohol and Physical Health • Musa Sami, Joseph Cooney, Michael Heneghan
25 Unintentional Weight Loss • Mary Denholm, John O’Donohue
26 Dry Mouth • Enrico D’Ambrosio, Andrea Falsetti, Stephen Challacombe
27 Hypersalivation • Enrico D’Ambrosio, Andrea Falsetti, Toby Pillinger, Stephen Challacombe
28 Constipation • John Lally, Toby Pillinger, Kalliopi Vallianatou, Immo Weichert
Part 5 Renal and Urology
29 Urinary Retention • Atheeshaan Arumuham, Vimoshan Arumuham
30 Urinary Incontinence • Atheeshaan Arumuham, Vimoshan Arumuham
31 Polyuria • Atheeshaan Arumuham, Toby Pillinger, Benjamin Whitelaw
32 Sodium Derangement • Atheeshaan Arumuham, Peter Conlon
33 Potassium Derangement • Ellis Onwordi, Peter Conlon
34 Chronic Kidney Disease • Ellis Onwordi, Toby Pillinger, Anne Connolly, Peter Conlon
Part 6 Sexual and Reproductive Health
35 Sexual Dysfunction • Rudiger Pittrof
36 Contraception • Neha Pathak, Usha Kumar
37 Infertility • Rudiger Pittrof
38 Sexually Transmitted Infection • Harriet Le Voir, Rudiger Pittrof
Part 7 Infectious Diseases
39 Pneumonia • Emma McGuire, Loren Bailey, Peter Saunders, Meera Chand
40 Influenza • Anna Riddell, Eithne MacMahon
41 Urinary Tract Infection • Sian Cooper, Conor Maguire
42 Gastroenteritis • Maria Krutikov, Luke Snell
43 Viral Hepatitis • Klara Doherty, Aisling Considine, Kosh Agarwal
44 Tuberculosis • Sakib Rokadiya, Adrian R. Martineau
45 Human Immunodeficiency Virus • Rebecca Marcus, Jessica Gaddie, Toby Pillinger, Ben Spencer, Kalliopi Vallianatou, Rudiger Pittrof
Part 8 Respiratory
46 Smoking Cessation • Harriet Quigley, Mary Yates, John Moxham
47 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease • Mary Docherty, Jenny Docherty, Peter Saunders
48 Asthma • Mary Docherty, Jenny Docherty, Peter Saunders
49 Obstructive Sleep Apnoea • Nicholas Meyer, Hugh Selsick, Kai Lee
Part 9 Neurology
50 Delirium • Luke Jelen, Sean Cross
51 Autoimmune Encephalitis • Adam Al-Diwani, Julia Thompson, Sarosh Irani
52 Catatonia • Jonathan P. Rogers, Ali Amad
53 Seizure Disorders • Emanuele F. Osimo, Brian Sweeney
54 Headache • Ines Carreira Figueiredo, Nazia Karsan, Peter Goadsby
55 Disorders of Sleep and Circadian Rhythm • Nicholas Meyer, Hugh Selsick
56 Extrapyramidal Side Effects • Graham Blackman, R. John Dobbs, Sylvia Dobbs
57 Tardive Dyskinesia • Graham Blackman, Toby Pillinger, R. John Dobbs, Sylvia Dobbs
58 Tremor • Graham Blackman, R. John Dobbs, Sylvia Dobbs
Part 10 Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Health
59 Low Back Pain • Jennifer Ireland, Matthew Cheetham
60 Arthritis • Sarah Griffin, Joseph Nathan, Richard Campbell
Part 11 Ophthalmology
61 Eye Disease • Ernest Iakovlev, Radwan Almousa
Part 12 Obstetrics and Gynaecology
62 Pregnancy • Katherine Beck, Ruth Cochrane, Louise M. Howard
63 Menopause • Deirdre Lundy
Part 13 Dermatology
64 General Dermatology • Jonathan Kentley, Ruth Taylor, Anthony Bewley
65 Psychodermatology • Jonathan Kentley, Ruth Taylor, Anthony Bewley
Part 14 Electroconvulsive Therapy
66 Electroconvulsive Therapy • James Kelly, Mariese Cooper, Mario Juruena
Part 15 Emergencies
67 Chest Pain • Luke Vano, Immo Weichert
68 Acute Shortness of Breath • Martin Osugo, Toby Pillinger, Vivek Srivastava
69 Acute Coronary Syndrome • Laura O’Sullivan, Narbeh Melikian
70 Arrhythmia • Martin Osugo, Nicholas Gall
71 Hypertensive Crisis • Luke Vano, J. Kennedy Cruickshank
72 Sepsis • Laura O’Sullivan, Immo Weichert
73 Acute Kidney Injury • Phillipa Brothwood, Toby Pillinger, Anne Connolly, Peter Conlon
74 Diabetic Emergencies • Toby Pillinger, Yuya Mizuno, Sophie Harris
75 Acute Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding • Douglas Corrigall, David Dewar
76 Status Epilepticus • Emanuele F. Osimo, Brian Sweeney
77 Anaphylaxis • James Kelly, Immo Weichert
78 Reduced Consciousness and Coma • James Kelly, Immo Weichert
79 Thyroid Emergencies • Harriet Quigley, Jackie Gilbert
80 Head Injury • Susie Bradwell, Sophie Williams, Joanna Manson
81 Acute Meningitis and Infective Encephalitis • Hina Khan, Brian Sweeney
82 Stroke and Transient Ischaemic Attack • Toby Pillinger, James Teo
83 Overdose • Stephen Kaar, Immo Weichert
84 Acute Dystonia • Jonathan P. Rogers, R. John Dobbs, Sylvia Dobbs
85 Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome • Robert A. McCutcheon, James Kelly, Toby Pillinger
86 Serotonin Syndrome • Robert A. McCutcheon, James Kelly, Toby Pillinger
87 Emergencies in Obstetrics and Gynaecology • Hanine Fourie, Ruth Cochrane
88 The Acute Abdomen • Sophie Williams, Joanna Manson
89 The ABCDE Approach • Toby Pillinger, Immo Weichert
Index

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