Essential Neuropharmacology reviews the medications used by neurologists in clinical practice. The new edition is fully updated throughout. Major additions include neuro-oncology drugs, new multiple sclerosis agents, medications used for sleep and new formulations. An essential, user-friendly reference for neurologists at all stages of their careers.
This book presents ideas, evidence and guidance for those interested in using the most recent advances in learning and human development to enhance medical education's ability to form competent and caring physicians. It does this by establishing development of a professional identity as a primary goal of medical education.
Clinicians use cranial CT in a variety of life-threatening conditions, including acute stroke and trauma. Timely interpretation can facilitate early specialist intervention. This easy-to-read Handbook provides a practical system for interpretation, supplemented by clinical chapters covering wide-ranging pathology and simplified technical details, thereby making it an excellent learning aide.
This book prepares FRCA trainees for the physics viva by explaining fundamental science and its application to anaesthetic practice. The information provided is concise, comprehensive and relevant to the curriculum. The sample viva questions are based around common viva themes appearing in previous exams.
This textbook uses clear, non-technical language to give students in psychology and computer science a comprehensive understanding of the human-computer interface. Covering the past, present, and future developments in technology and psychology, it combines cutting-edge research with engaging illustrations, examples, and discussion questions.
One of the first comprehensive summaries of the latest thinking and research in this rapidly evolving field. With a practical focus on patient-centred, evidence-based implementation to increase efficiency and safety, the book reflects commonly accepted goals and guidelines for best practice. For intensive care physicians and ICU and hospital managers.
Presenting state-of-the-art, accessible reviews of the expanding science of alcohol treatment, integrated with practical guides to the management of a wide range of clinical situations, this new edition is compassionate toward patients, optimistic about treatment, and candid about the clinical and professional challenges embedded in the treatment endeavour.
This atlas focuses on ECG tracings where abnormalities are subtle and diagnoses not obvious. The examples show ECGs that are often misinterpreted, even by experienced clinicians and computer algorithms. The atlas emphasizes clinically-relevant topics, focusing squarely on situations where interpretation of the ECG aids clinical decision-making.