Introduction to Evidence-Based Medicine, 1st Edition
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Prepare your students to offer relevant, specific evidence when they present patient plans during medical rounds! Concise and easy to use, Introduction to Evidence-Based Medicine: Key Summaries for Common Medical Practices simplifies the complexity of clinical studies using key landmark trials in the core medicine specialties. Ideal for those early in their medical education and career, this portable guide helps students make the most of their limited time by introducing and explaining classic studies, preparing them to seek out and quickly digest future evidence-based medicine information.
- Highlights the landmark trials that have driven the evolution in medical practice, focusing on the critical information necessary to know about the study.
- Organizes evidence by disease and further by diagnostic or therapeutic intervention.
- Includes key takeaways and important notes from trials.
- Indicates which studies are new or controversial to help you develop an informed perspective.
- Enhanced eBook version included with purchase, which allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
How to Use this Guide
1 Chapter 1: Introduction to Evidence-based Medicine
2 Chapter 2: Cardiology
3 Chapter 3: Pulmonology
4 Chapter 4: Gastroenterology
5 Chapter 5: Neurology
6 Chapter 6: Nephrology
7 Chapter 7: Hematology
8 Chapter 8: Oncology
9 Chapter 9: Infectious Diseases
10 Chapter 10: Endocrinology
11 Chapter 11: Psychiatry
12 Chapter 12: Vascular Medicine & Surgery
13 Chapter 13: Rheumatology
Bliss J. Chang, MD, Resident, Internal Medicine, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University, New York, NY and Timothy F. Fernandez, MD, Cardiology Fellow,Emory University