Manual of 3D Echocardiography

Medicine

Eduardo Casas Rojo, “Manual of 3D Echocardiography”
Psychiatry and the Law: Basic Principles
Robert Hillman, Kenneth Ault, Michel Leporrier, Henry Rinder – Hematology in Clinical Practice (5th Edition)
Color Atlas of Cosmetic Dermatology, Second Edition by Zeina Tannous, Mathew Avram, Marc Avram, Sandy Tsao
John D. Kelly IV, “The Resilient Physician: A Pocket Guide to Stress Management”

Eduardo Casas Rojo, “Manual of 3D Echocardiography”

English | 27 Mar. 2017 | ISBN: 3319503332 | 244 Pages | EPUB | 9 MB

This book is a practical guiding manual to explain critical clinical practice in three-dimensional (3D) echocardiography. The use of this technology has been limited to certain pioneer imaging units, but with the advent of lower cost hardware it is spreading and reaching more users that will start to use it often without previous experience or formal academic training. This title provides these readers with a full review of the features, clinical indications and methodological aspects of 3D echo in a practical, “how-to-do-it” way. 3D-echocardiography techniques are becoming more diverse, as they are applied to transthoracic and transesophageal studies, 3D-wall motion tracking, fusion of echocardiographic and fluoroscopy navigation, fusion of wall motion tracking and coronary tomography. All these aspects are described and explained deeply in this book.

Psychiatry and the Law: Basic Principles

Springer | English | Nov 2017 | ISBN-10: 3319631470 | 195 pages | PDF | 2.31 mb

Editors: Wasser, Tobias (Ed.)
The only book that targets the transition between medical education and professional appointments
Designed to be reader friendly for easy reference
Written by experts in the field
This book is specifically designed for new psychiatrists and all other medical professionals who lack the training necessary to confront the complicated legal and ethical issues that arise at the intersection of the mental health and judicial systems. Written by experts in the field, each chapter begins with a challenging case vignette synthesized from a historical legal case that places the reader in the role of the treatment provider. The text presents details of the legal case, historical significance, and the precedent it set before discussing the core principles of that particular subject area. Each chapter reviews the existing literature and reinforces the most salient points. Topics include risk assessment, substance misuse and the law, legal issues within child and adolescent psychiatry, involuntary medication considerations, and other challenges that are often not sufficiently addressed in training. The text is specifically designed for new psychiatrists and other professionals who are transitioning from their studies into clinical practice, concisely explaining and defining the issues in a practical, reader-friendly tone suitable as both a quick-reference in a busy environment or as a resource for private study.
Psychiatry and the Law: Basic Principles is an excellent resource for new psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, students, and other professionals accommodating medical and legal boundaries in clinical practice.

Robert Hillman, Kenneth Ault, Michel Leporrier, Henry Rinder – Hematology in Clinical Practice (5th Edition)

2010 | ISBN: 0071626999 | English | 512 pages | PDF | 27 MB

The most practical and efficient guide to the diagnosis and management of blood disorders. Hematology in Clinical Practice is a succinct, cutting-edge guide to the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of red blood cells, white blood cells, and hemostasis, and the use of blood components for transfusion. Each disease state is discussed in detail, incorporating the pathophysiology, clinical features, up-to-date laboratory testing, and current management strategies into a comprehensive and practical approach to hematologic disorders.
Features:
• New full-color presentation includes over 200 superb illustrations and classic images of blood morphology, tissue pathology, and clinical findings
• New Case Histories introduce and continue through relevant chapters, highlighting critical clinical points for diagnosis and management
• New end-of-chapter Points to Remember encapsulate key clinical information
• New chapters include Anemia in the Elderly and expanded and updated coverage of Transplantation and treatment of hematologic malignancies
• Outstanding collection of tables, charts, and illustrations that translate basic science into valuable clinical context
• Strong focus on practical clinical management and supportive care
• Coverage of state-of-the-art drugs and chemotherapies and the latest advances in genetic testing and molecular pathways
• Conveniently organized into sections on Red Cells, White Cells, Hemostasis, and Transfusion Medicine

Color Atlas of Cosmetic Dermatology, Second Edition by Zeina Tannous, Mathew Avram, Marc Avram, Sandy Tsao

2011 | ISBN: 0071635033 | English | 336 pages | PDF | 28 MB

An all-in-one atlas of cosmetic dermatology covering diagnosis, treatment, and procedures
450 full-color illustrations
Color Atlas of Cosmetic Dermatology, 2e describes both the medical and surgical management of all common cosmetic skin problems. Featuring 450 full-color illustrations and concise bulleted text, the book provides a succinct yet broad review of cosmetic therapy. Covering consultation, management, treatment, and side effects of numerous cosmetic procedures, Cosmetic Atlas of Dermatology features an accessible design perfect for busy practitioners or trainees who require a quick, comprehensive reference for approaching the cosmetic patient.
The consistent presentation includes an overview of a particular condition, cosmetic treatment options, and step-by-step procedural guidance for treatment, side-by-side with pre- and post-treatment color photographs. Dosage guidelines for medical treatments, descriptions/photos/techniques for surgical options, key details on the set-up of each procedure, and a review of the necessary equipment are also provided.

John D. Kelly IV, “The Resilient Physician: A Pocket Guide to Stress Management”

English | EPUB | 2017 (2018 Edition) | 112 Pages | ISBN : 3319612182 | 2 MB

Written by a veteran clinician for medical practitioners of all disciplines and levels of experience, this concise pocket guide presents a frank discussion about facilitating resiliency in the face of the personal and professional challenges of a medical career. Furthermore, it provides proven techniques and suggestions for stress management aimed at the maintenance of a more successful practice and peaceful life.
First defining and elucidating the problems of stress plaguing the field, including burnout, substance abuse and suicide, the bulk of the book presents and discusses ways to combat and master the everyday stress of the “medical marriage,” such as engaging in mindfulness training, learning to forgive oneself and others, listening to your own body, utilizing time away from medicine, and performing simple acts of kindness and gratitude. Issues surrounding the inevitability of mistakes, the pursuit of perfectionism, happiness and success are then examined and reflected upon, as are stress management considerations from other cultures and literary sources.
Equal parts personal and practical, The Resilient Physician is a must-have for any clinician or medical professional seeking better understanding and outcomes when handling the constant demands of this high-stress – but ultimately rewarding – career.