Adult Infectious Diseases Over 200 Case Studies: Intended For: Medical Students, Ambulists, Hospitalists, Nurse Practitioners,
Adult Infectious Diseases Over 200 Case Studies: Intended For: Medical Students, Ambulists, Hospitalists, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants by Robert M. Gullberg
English | 2 Jan. 2017 | ASIN: B01N1YOOED | 312 Pages | AZW3 | 6.44 MB
Infectious Disease Case Studies contains over 200 case studies in 20 areas of Infectious Diseases. It has well over 100 illustrations. Areas covered include: Antibiotics, Basic microbiology, Cardiovascular infections, Fever of unknown origin (FUO), Fungal infections, Gastrointestinal infections, Genitourinary infections, Healthcare Associated Infections, HIV, Immuno-suppression, Musculoskeletal infections, Nervous system infections, Nuclear Medicine, Outpatient Infections, Parasite infections, Pulmonary infections, Sepsis, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Skin and Soft Tissue infections, and Vaccines. It contains over 200 questions and answers, so it is an excellent resource for Board Review.
This e-book is intended for healthcare providers at all levels. These include nursing students, PA students, Nurse Practitioner students, and medical students doing their Internal Medicine rotations, as well as seasoned healthcare providers- ambulists (FPs or Internists) and hospitalists.
Dr. Gullberg is an Associate Clinical Professor, and board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease. He has practiced Infectious Diseases in a Community Hospital for three decades. During that time, he has trained hundreds of medical students, medical residents, PA students, and nursing students on all levels. He is a seasoned lecturer, and he continues to teach practical principles of Infectious Diseases on a daily basis.
Because of his years of experience, Dr. Gullberg knows the most effective format for learning in regards to a core of Infectious Disease topics. Infectious Disease Case Studies is written in a bottom line format. The question and answer after each section make it very practical for Board Review study. He has handpicked the most common day-to-day problems in the field of Infectious Diseases that healthcare providers must be knowledgeable about. The vast majority of the cases presented here concern patients that he has seen in the hospital or medicine clinic. They should provide valuable insights for quick reference and learning.