Thousands of accurate illustrations - Now with over 3,000 clinical illustrations and unique articles covering disease states, injuries, first aid, surgical procedures, cellular components, and more. Each illustration has been carefully designed by a certified medical illustrator and reviewed by medical experts in the field. The Interactive Atlas of Human Anatomy ADAM is globally recognized as the best existing interactive atlas. The perfect resource to enhance your anatomy and physiology studies. A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy is ideal if you are taking allied health, nursing, continuing medical education (CME)or other medical related courses requiring the study of clinical applications and concepts.
Includes Companion DVD with 17 additional chapters. A British Medical Association Book Awards WINNER, Surgery category!
Attend 14 weeks of live lectures from anywhere! This is the ideal option for students who need a more comprehensive review option, but are unable to travel to one of our live lecture locations.
The objective of the course is to provide a comprehensive internal medicine review to prepare you for board certification or recertification exam. The quality and breadth of content is also attractive for individuals needing a comprehensive review of basic internal medicine clinical information. The course features presentations by distinguished members of the Cleveland Clinic staff and eminent visiting guest faculty, who are renowned in their fields of interest. Topics cover current concepts and board-related issues using an organ system approach with emphasis placed on relevant clinical information. Lectures are supplemented by board simulation sessions integrating relevant clinical cases, pathology, and imaging studies.
From reinforcing nursing skills to troubleshooting clinical problems on the fly, this dynamic video series follows nursing students and their instructors as they perform a range of essential nursing procedures. Ideal as a stand-alone learning tool or as a companion to textbooks in the Taylor Suite, these engaging videos parallel the skills in the textbooks and are organized in topical modules for easy reference.
This CD-ROM is a practical guide to applications of ultrasound. It contains the full text and illustrations of McGahan's and Goldberg's book, "Diagnostic Ultrasound: A Logical Approach", plus 30 minutes of narrated videoclips of real-time ultrasound scans and colour Doppler ultrasound scans. Coverage encompasses ultrasound of all anatomic regions, as well as obstetric, gynaecologic and paediatric ultrasound, Doppler, endoscopic ultrasound, ultrasound-guided invasive procedures, intraoperative ultrasound, three-dimensional ultrasound, and newer adaptations of ultrasound. The presentation guides the user systematically through the examination, differential diagnosis and diagnosis. Users have instant access to more than 2400 images, including full-colour scans, as well as to possible diagnoses, lists of differential diagnostic points, and flow diagrams of key steps in the diagnostic decision-making process. Interactive questions for each topic are also included.
This visual spatial technique is used by memory champions, and will allow you to remember facts as if they were objects in a room. Intuitive sketches that come to life. Sketches are drawn and explained piece by piece so you are never bogged down by a busy image. Instead of resorting to random symbols, we strive to present cohesive scenes and stories that make sense so information is easier to recall.
The distillation of complex information into a simple diagram is magical. It can make otherwise inaccesible information accessible to anyone. I wanted to make neuroanatomy simple, so I wrote Neuroanatomy: Draw it to Know it during my Neurology Residency at Wash U 10 years ago, which I was fortunate to have Oxford University Press publish. However, the process of reinterperating neuroanatomy through noiseless diagrams taught me that to "keep it simple, stupid" is anything but easy.
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