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The Ischemic Heart

Author : Seibu Mochizuki
ISBN : 9780792381051
Genre : Medical
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Over the past three decades, impressive progress in the field of pathogenesis, prevention and therapy of ischemic heart disease has resulted in a marked decline in mortality in the Western World. However, the incidence of this devastating disease is on the rise in developing countries. The Ischemic Heart is based upon a recent symposium in Tokyo on the subject. This volume is organized into two sections: (i) Pathophysiologic Mechanisms of Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury and (ii) Preconditioning and Protection of Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury, and contains up-to-date information concerning the current concepts of ischemia-reperfusion injury, the sequence of events resulting in the loss of contractile dysfunction, and mechanisms of cardioprotection by several drugs as well as the role of ischemic preconditioning in attenuating problems associated with ischemia-reperfusion injury.

Delegation Supervision The Brian Tracy Success Library

Author : Brian Tracy
ISBN : 9780814433157
Genre : Business & Economics
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Managers are judged by the results they deliver—and more than anything else, those results hinge on the ability to delegate and supervise. You will be surprised at how efficient and easy to manage your team becomes when you master these essential skills. This handy, pocket-sized guide reveals time-tested ways to boost the performance and productivity of your employees, including how to: • Define work, assign it, and set measurable, targeted standards for performance • Match skills to job requirements • Use Management by Objectives to delegate longer-term tasks to trusted team members • Monitor, control, and keep on top of projects with minimum effort • Turn delegation into a teaching tool and build the confidence of your staff • Provide useful feedback and elicit active participation • Avoid reverse delegation • Free up time for higher-level tasks only you can tackle • And much more. Done right, delegation and supervision allow your employees to learn, grow, and become more capable. Your success will skyrocket as you increase the quality and quantity of results, and build the loyalty, involvement, and commitment of your people.

Introduction To Health Services Management

Author : S. W. Booyens
ISBN : 070217730X
Genre : Medical
File Size : 56. 1 MB
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Ideal for all students studying first-level health services management, this invaluable all-in-one resource describes the environmental factors that affect health services, policy, and planning; the organization of services at the macro and micro level; and other issues such as staff absenteeism and management.

Mechanisms Of Clinical Signs

Author : Mark Dennis
ISBN : 9780729540759
Genre : Medical
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A robust understanding of the pathophysiological mechanisms behind clinical signs is crucial for medical students and junior doctors. Being able to accurately identify the clinical sequelae of disease during physical examination and connecting cause with consequence is the first step in correct diagnosis and treatment. For example, a patient with rheumatoid arthritis has distinctive hand changes, a patient with Parkinson's disease has a particular tremor, and a patient with liver disease may present with red palms. Each of these signs has a mechanism or pathway which results in the characteristic presentation. Currently, in medical school tutorial groups, time is set aside to discuss mechanisms of clinical signs and disease processes. However, current textbooks on clinical examination are mainly organized by disease systems and disease states. This new book bridges the gap between identification of clinical signs and understanding the causes behind them.

Introductory Medical Surgical Nursing

Author : Barbara K. Timby
ISBN : 9781469831879
Genre : Medical
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This 11th Edition of Timby and Smith’s popular text equips LPN/LVN students with the practical knowledge and skills necessary to provide safe and effective nursing care to today's medical-surgical clients. Now enhanced with new research, techniques, and clinical competencies, exciting new concept maps that help students focus and think critically about their clients, a new art program featuring hundreds of illustrations and photographs, new evidence-based practice boxes, and new NCLEX-PN questions, the 11th edition prepares students to manage nursing care of clients in today's changing healthcare environments and eases the transition from classroom to clinical practice.

Wound Care Essentials

Author : Sharon Baranoski
ISBN : 1582554692
Genre : Medical
File Size : 42. 15 MB
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Written by two well-known wound care specialists and an interdisciplinary team of experts, this handbook is essential for all professionals involved in wound care, including nurses, physical therapists, physicians, podiatrists, and long-term care professionals. The book provides practical, comprehensive guidelines for assessment and management of both common and atypical wound problems and covers many topics not sufficiently addressed in other texts, such as sickle cell wounds, amputation, gene therapy, and the specific wound care needs of special populations. Features include more than 100 photographs and illustrations, recurring icons such as Evidence-Based Practice and Practice Points, case studies, and review questions.

Churchill S Pocketbook Of Differential Diagnosis

Author : Andrew T Raftery
ISBN : 9780702045103
Genre : Medical
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Being able to make a correct diagnosis is one of the key aspects of every medical student's and junior doctor's clinical training. Problem-based learning is increasingly being used to focus on the causes behind the presentation of a clinical feature. The Third Edition of this best-selling book is packed full of information to help the reader move from a presenting problem to an accurate diagnosis. Covers 126 common presenting problems in both medicine and surgery in a consistent format Each topic includes a list of all common causes of the condition Key features of the various permutations are clearly discussed Includes a targeted guide to the relevant general and specific follow-up investigations which should be carried out as appropriate Now printed in colour throughout, with the relative frequency of the various conditions illustrated by colour coding, indicating common, occasional or rare causes. Important geographical variations are also highlighted Seven new chapters including rashes, thirst, and tiredness Two new sections on the differential diagnosis of biochemical and haematological disorders provide a ready check when reviewing abnormal results Each chapter ends with a key points section to highlight major aspects of the diagnosis An enlarged author team represents both medicine and surgery

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