A valuable resource for any health professional, the Maxwell Quick Medical Reference packs essential information used in everyday clinical practice. Color-coded pages group the information by topic and make it easily accessible while heavy cardstock paper and plastic spiral binding make the book durable day in and day out. Pocket size allows it to go anywhere - the wards, E.R., O.R., clinic - even the library or lab. Browse through the online copy at maxwellbooks.com and see what's included. This inexpensive small text can save you time at work and make you look good in the process!
A very practical collection of frequently used clinical reference material, largely in chart format: History and Physical, Differential Diagnosis, Admission and Discharge Orders, Surgical Orders, Lab Values, Organ Systems, Nutrition, Radiology, Suturing, Infectious Agents, Antibiotics and Other Drugs, Herbal Remedies, Preventive Medicine screening, Spanish phrases, ACLS and Shock, and Notes pgs., for the medical student, intern, resident, nurse, PA and EMT. Easily fits into one's pocket.
Essentials for students & professionals - calculations, formulas, measurements, dosages, rates, equivalents and more! 6-page guide includes detailed information on: • basics • calculations & formulas • coding measurements • pediatric definitions • clinical indicators
Basic phrases and key words to help patients and health-care providers communicate more easily.
The health care industry is moving toward a major change in the code set, or “language,” used to report the reasons why a physician or health care professional provided care to a patient. Since 1978, the ICD-9-CM code set has been used to report these diagnoses. Within the next few years, the code set will be changing to ICD-10-CM. While there are many similarities, there are changes that those in the health information management profession (and those getting ready to enter this profession) must know and understand. With the use of color-coded text, this QuickStudy® guide helps make the transition easier to understand and simpler to incorporate into work behaviors.
This 6-page chart covers every aspect of the structure of medical terminology and its use in the field. Chart includes detailed information on: · foundation of medical words · the human body · terminology sets · five senses · synonyms · glossary
Become Fluent in Medical Terminology with This Complete Breakdown. Explanations and Examples of Root words, Prefixes, Suffixes, and Much More! At the end of this guide, you will be able to: - Understand the logic of medical terminology and apply it to your profession - Build medical terms from scratch using prefixes, root words, combining forms, and suffixes that you have learned in this guide - Deconstruct complicated words and use the word elements to analyze and determine the meaning of the medical terms - Understand, spell, and write medical words. Use them to communicate and document any health care situation with accuracy and precision - Explain the meaning of medical terms to other people Kickstart Your Medical Terminology Mastery Now!
Medical Reference Library by TIME - 4 Books (Paperback)