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    Managing the Menopause

    Covering all forms of management of the menopause in detail, this is a practical and accessible text for clinicians at all levels. Topics include the use of Menopausal Hormone Therapy (MHT) and its risks and benefits, as well as how to manage mood, libido and physical changes.

    Fertility Counseling: Clinical Guide

    The second edition of a comprehensive clinical guide providing the most up-to-date knowledge on treating the psychological impact of infertility, with diverse patients and their complex needs. An essential resource for specialists in reproductive medicine and clinical psychology, social work and other counseling fields.

    Management of Multiple Pregnancies: A Practical Guide

    Multiple pregnancies are associated with higher risks for both mothers and babies. For mothers and babies of multiple pregnancies there is increased risk of morbidity and mortality. This book guides the management of multiple births to improve outcomes for mothers and babies in a practical, easily navigable way.

    The Cambridge Handbook of Communication Disorders

    In thirty dedicated chapters, this volume examines the full range of developmental and acquired communication disorders and provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive guide to the epidemiology, aetiology and clinical features of these disorders. It is ideal for academic researchers, graduate students and professionals in speech and language therapy.

    Cardiopulmonary Bypass

    A fully updated, comprehensive guide on the examination of contemporary cardiopulmonary bypass practice. Featuring many new chapters and color illustrations, it offers essential background knowledge alongside specialist information on key areas in the field. An invaluable and practical resource for cardiac surgery practitioners.

    Major Incidents, Pandemics and Mental Health: The Psychosocial Aspects of Health Emergencies, Incidents, Disasters and Disease Outbreaks

    Examines the psychosocial and mental health aspects of preparing for and responding to emergencies, major incidents, terrorist attacks, disasters, epidemics, and pandemics. Important for mental health practitioners, people working in trauma and emergency care and humanitarian care, public health practitioners, and experts in emergency planning.

    OSCEs for the Final FFICM

    This is an essential text for intensive care medicine trainees preparing to sit the FFICM OSCE examination. With extensive coverage of the syllabus and past exam material, it offers readers an outline of all the important knowledge they will need and allows them to focus their revision on key areas.

    Psychological Care in Severe Obesity: A Practical and Integrated Approach

    This is a practical guide to evidence-based and emerging psychological interventions in the treatment of severe obesity and related comorbidities. Case vignettes and clinical dialogues show how core skills and treatment principles can be integrated into daily clinical encounters.

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