Davidson’s Principles and Practice of Medicine talks about contemporary medical practice with extensive inputs. Every chapter in the book is based on a system where an overview of the main elements is presented. This comes in handy for aspirants undergoing clinical examinations. Davidson’s Principles and Practice of Medicine describes the basic principles of medicine in a concise manner in the book’s first section. Major sub-specialties of medicine, along with relevant details, are presented in the following chapters. There is a special section containing common complaints presented by patients. Special emphasis is placed on horizontal aspects like pregnancy and ageing. There are more than 150 boxes of evidence based medicine which contain prominent clinical trial conclusions. Both non-SI and SI units are used throughout the text along with illuminating illustrations numbering over a thousand. Davidson’s Principles and Practice of Medicine also contains various techniques for imaging and other clinical photographs. There are detailed summaries of practical skills for junior doctors and medical students. These are called Practice Point summaries and deal with everything from arterial blood gases to inserting nasogastric tube insertion and ECG interpretation. The International Advisory Board has also been consulted in order to create a global perspective throughout the book. Davidson’s Principles and Practice of Medicine has been used by more than two million readers worldwide. This includes a burgeoning population of health professionals, students and doctors. This book specializes in providing updated medical practice details for readers in a lucid and understandable manner. This book is a rich storehouse of basic principles, factual information, and research findings.

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PublisherElsevier Science
BindingPaper Back
Publish YearJanuary 2010