Arthur S Schneider, Philip A. SzantoRead MoreThis revised fifth edition is an excellent pathology review for students preparing for the USMLE Step 1 and course examinations. Written in the popular Board Review Series outline format, this text covers general and basic pathology, major concepts of disease processes, and systemic pathology that surveys the principal disorders of each organ system through concise descriptions and full-color illustrations. USMLE-style questions at the end of each chapter emphasize board-relevant information and allow for self-testing to confirm strengths and uncover areas of weakness. Plus, the comprehensive exam at the end of the book is a great prep tool for the actual exam!
Jerome P. Kassirer, John B. Wong, Richard I. KopelmanRead More
Learning Clinical Reasoning uses a case-based approach to teach students the basics of clinical reasoning. The first section explains the chief components of the clinical reasoning process, such as generating and refining diagnostic hypotheses, using and interpreting diagnostic tests, assembling a working diagnosis, therapeutic decision-making, and examining and applying evidence, and also includes a discussion of cognitive errors. The second section contains 69 cases in which clinicians "think out loud" about diagnostic and therapeutic dilemmas, and the authors critique these clinicians' reasoning. This edition has thirty new cases from the New England Journal of Medicine and other sources and expanded discussions of evidence-based medicine, clinical practice guidelines, and cognitive errors.
Lippincott Certification Review: Family Nurse Practitioner & Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, 1eAl Rundio, William J. LormanRead MorePrepping for certification as an adult-gerontology or family nurse practitioner? Lippincott Certification Review is your map to success.
Written by experts in the field, this unique review guide offers up-to-date case studies drawn from real clinical scenarios, with all content and review questions addressing the areas covered in the certification exams. Whether you are preparing for the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) or American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) certification exam, this is your ideal resource.
Prepare to ace the AANP or ANCC certification exam, with this expert overview offering:
- Up-to-date information covering exam content, with more than 500 end-of-chapter practice questions in ANCC and AANP format
- Chapters organized by body system, addressing all age groups from infants to elders
- Four or five real-world clinicalcase studies per body system that offer:
- Practice in the decision-making skills and critical thinking required for a successful advanced practice
- Instruction in ANCC/AANP standards of care
- Ten end-of-chapter review questions for each case study, with answers/rationales, backed by illustrations or photos when needed
- Chapters beginning with a case study followed by clinical diagnoses and the content most likely to appear on a board exam, covering:
- Description of the disease
- Epidemiology and etiology
- Risk factors
- Signs and symptoms
- Differential diagnoses
- Diagnostic studies
- Treatment – both pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic
- Chapters cover areas including:
- Health promotion – Tests and screenings, counseling and interventions, nutrition and exercise guidelines, and vaccinations/immunizations
- Disorders by body system – Musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, endocrine, hematopoietic, pulmonary, GI, and immune
- Women’s and men’s health, common neuro-psychiatric disorders, dermatology, gerontology, and HEENT assessments
- Pediatric and adolescent review
- Professional issues
- Easy-read bulleted format illustrated with tables, charts, and call-outs that make key points easy to remember
About the Editors
Al Rundio, PhD, DNP, RN, APRN, CARN-AP, NEA-BC, is Clinical Professor of Nursing and Associate Dean for Post Licensure Nursing Programs for the RN to BSN Program, the Graduate Nursing and Doctoral Programs, and CNE at the College of Nursing and Health Professions at Drexel University.
William J. Lorman, PhD, MSN, PMHNP-BC, CARN-AP, is Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer at Livengrin Foundation, Inc., and an Assistant Clinical Professor at the College of Nursing and Health Professions at Drexel University.
Robin R Preston, Thad WilsonRead More
Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews: Physiology brings physiology clearly into focus. Brand new to the LIR arsenal, it tells the story of who we are, how we live, and, ultimately, how we die. By first identifying organ function and then showing how cells and tissues are designed to fulfill that function, LIR Physiology decodes this discipline like no other text or review book. Each element was tailored for ease of use and fast content absorption, all combining to bring this story to life for readers. Visionary artwork, Clinical Applications, and Unit Review Questions teach and reinforce the most essential concepts in physiology—perfect for classroom learning and test/boards preparation!
More than 600 lively, full-color illustrations, the hallmark of the LIR series, painstakingly, and often humorously (watch for the jokes!), guide readers step by step through complex processes.
Overviews and Chapter Summaries set clear goals for topic mastery and reemphasize essential concepts from each chapter in a coherent framework.
Clinical Applications boxes and clinical images encourage readers to apply their knowledge, taking them from the classroom to the bedside.
Margin Example Equation boxes and in-text boxes highlight memorable information and keep physiology in a real-world context.
Consistent outline format makes critical information easy to access and assimilate.
Cross references and Infolinks to topics within this book are keyed to page headers to expedite location and are also provided for topics in other LIR books for an interdisciplinary grasp of key concepts.
Unit-review questions in board-review style test understanding of fundamental concepts as well as the ability to draw connections among multiple organ systems.
Full-color animations, accessible via <thePoint logo>, which bring physiologic concepts to life.
USMLE and COMLEX-style questions and online access to the fully searchable text are available via <thePoint logo>.
Study resources include a map cross-referencing BRS Physiology to LIR Physiology that gives users a more complete explanation of a difficult concept.
Diana RupertRead MoreLIPPINCOTT NCLEX-PN ALTERNATE-FORMAT QUESTIONS, 4E is designed to help anyone preparing to take the PN licensing examination. This 4th edition has everything needed for students to be fully prepared to answer every type of question found on the NCLEX. More than 300 questions include multiple-response, drag-and-drop, hotspot, audio, chart, graphic option, and fill-in-the blank questions. Also included is a comprehensive test with an additional 120 questions. Rationales are clear and detailed and cover correct as well as incorrect answers. Test-taking strategies help students dissect each question to its core components and provide keys to choosing the right answer. The book reviews all the topics covered on the actual NCLEX-PN.
Hundreds of questions at the application level or above prompt active learning and higher-order thinking. Questions are aligned with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) 2017 PN test plan and are written in the style used on the licensing examination. An accompanying PassPoint site provides an additional opportunity for students to practice for NCLEX while also giving a glimpse of the full PassPoint experience.
Diana L. RupertRead MoreLIPPINCOTT NCLEX-RN ALTERNATE-FORMAT QUESTIONS, 6E is designed to help anyone preparing to take the RN licensing examination. This expanded 6th edition has everything needed for students to be fully prepared to answer every type of question found on the NCLEX. More than 600 questions include multiple-response, drag-and-drop, hotspot, audio, chart, graphic option, and fill-in-the blank questions. Also included are comprehensive tests with an additional 300 questions. Rationales are clear and detailed and cover correct as well as incorrect answers. Test-taking strategies help students dissect each question to its core components and provide keys to choosing the right answer. The book reviews all the topics covered on the actual NCLEX-RN.
Hundreds of questions at the application level or above prompt active learning and higher-order thinking. Questions are aligned with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) 2016 RN test plan and are written in the style used on the licensing examination. An accompanying PassPoint trial provides an additional opportunity for students to practice for NCLEX while also giving a glimpse of the full PassPoint experience.
The perfect study guide for the emergency nursing certification exam (CEN), this new edition contains over 1,600 questions, answers, and rationales in an easy-to-use two-column format—questions in the left column correct answers and rationales in the right. The format closely follows the actual CEN exam blueprint. In addition to Q&A, the book also provides test-taking tips and strategies and an extensive appendix withcommonly encountered cardiac arrhythmias, ECGs, life-support drugs, and triage assessment principles. The Point offers 400 additional Q&A in both review and self-test modes.
James BerginRead More
Written primarily for third- and fourth-year medical students in clerkships, Medicine Recall, Fourth Edition covers the core specialty areas within internal medicine: cardiology, pulmonology, nephrology, gastroenterology, hematology, oncology, infectious disease, endocrinology, allergy and immunology, rheumatology, neurology, and dermatology. The book is written in the rapid-fire Recall Series question-and-answer format, with the question on the left side of the page and the answer on the right. Mnemonics are interspersed throughout. Each chapter is written by faculty, students, and fellows and emphasizes diagnosis and treatment.
Leigh W. MooreRead MoreNCLEX-PN Q&A Plus! Made Incredibly Easy, 2E is designed to help pre-licensure nursing students in practical and vocational nursing programs prepare to take the licensing examination. The book is divided into seven parts: basics of the NCLEX, medical-surgical nursing, psychiatric/mental health nursing, maternity nursing, pediatric nursing, coordinated care, and comprehensive tests. More than 4,000 questions throughout prompt active learning and higher-order thinking, align with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) 2017 PN test plan, and are written in the style used on the licensing examination. Other features include the use of all alternate-format questions found on the licensing examination and detailed rationale for both correct and incorrect answers.
NCLEX-RN® Review Made Incredibly Easy! Fifth Edition uses the well-known Incredibly Easy! approach to make NCLEX review more interesting and effective. Fully revised and updated to match the latest NCLEX-RN® test plan, this title provides solid clinical information and clear rationales written in a conversational, easy-to-understand manner with wealth of unique memory aids to assist with knowledge retention. It covers every area of nursing that students will see on the NCLEX exam, including adult care, pediatric care, maternal-neonatal care, psychiatric care, and professional issues. Critical thinking questions accompany each chapter and each section, and an additional 3,250 challenging NCLEX-style practice questions, including audio questions and graphic option questions, are offered online.
Randall S. GliddenRead MoreNew to the NMS Clinical Manual series: A concise pocket-sized manual written specifically for medical students on their anesthesia rotation. Written in a structured prose format, the book begins with an introductory overview of the anesthesia process the student is likely to encounter in the form of a clinical case. Various steps and considerations are discussed that involve prescribing, administering and monitoring anesthesia. Internal chapters are skills-based and highly procedural oriented. The final chapter cites a case study that ties together the entire process. It contains only the essential information a student needs to succeed in their brief yet important anesthesia rotation.
Joshua T. ThornhillRead More
Part of the National Medical Series (NMS), this book provides a quick review of clinical Psychiatry in an outline format for rapid review and retention. Each chapter ends with USMLE-style (vignette) questions and answers for self-study and assessment.
David R. RudyRead More
Designed for third and fourth-year medical students in the family medicine rotation, this title in the National Medical Series contains nearly 500 clinical vignette-based review questions, answers, and explanations. The approach of the text and series overall supports students and residents as they master large amounts of information in a short time and review specific topics quickly. The author balances rigor with clinical relevance and well-explained answers for preparedness on the boards and the wards.
F. John Bourgeois, Megan J. Bray, Catherine H. MatthewsRead More
Thoroughly updated for its Third Edition, Obstetrics and Gynecology Recall facilitates rapid review and memorization of the key concepts encountered during the OB/GYN rotation with a concise question-and-answer format. Coverage begins with the fundamentals and progresses to a review of the key elements of OB/GYN, along with tips for the rotation and preparation for the Boards.
Carlos Ayala, Brad SpellbergRead More
Pathophysiology for the Boards and Wards, Fifth Edition offers the information most tested on the USMLE Step 1 in a systematic, outline manner. This essential guide eases the transition from classroom to wards and works well as a companion on rotations, covering the information students need during clerkships in a concise, handy pocket reference.
The book includes clinical cases with board-formatted questions and answers. Numerous tables, illustrations, and "buzzwords" aid in retention of facts.
Pathophysiology for the Boards and Wards, Fifth Edition is perfect for medical students. Physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and related health professionals will also find Boards and Wards valuable.
Patrick C. AuthRead More
Physician Assistant Review, 4th Edition prepares students and practicing physician assistants for the certification (PANCE) and recertification (PANRE) examinations. This comprehensive text includes a review of the required primary care medical knowledge, while providing test taking and study strategies in a highly-organized format.
Each section, organized by body system, describes common diseases while covering etiology, pathology, clinical features, diagnostic studies and management. The text’s companion website provides 1,000 board format questions to ensure your comprehension of the material. Complete explanations of your correct and incorrect answers help you better understand which areas to focus on while studying.
New to this edition:
· New chapter on preventive medicine with a special focus on public health
· A component of emergency medicine is threaded throughout the book
· The latest standards of care and revisions based on our readers’ feedback will keep you up-to-date
· An expanded, online test bank of one exam with 360-questions includes correct and incorrect answer rationales to focus your study
· Expanded surgery chapter (skin, endocrine, disorders of the breast, vascular disorders, gastrointestinal, genitourinary tract, disorders of bone, trauma, and nutrition disorders) to reflect NCCPA specialty examinations
A Clinical ApproachJohn Danziger, Mark Zeidel, Michael J. Parker, Richard M. SchwartzsteinRead More
The complexity and copious number of details that must be mastered in order to fully understand renal physiology makes this one of the most daunting and intimidating topics covered in the first year of medical school. Although this is often only a 2-4 week module during the general physiology course, it is essential that students understand the foundations of renal physiology, and general physiology texts are often not detailed enough to provide students with what they need to master this difficult subject.
This first edition, and third volume in the Integrated Physiology Series, offers students a clear, clinically oriented overview of renal physiology. The lecture-style format, conversational tone, and final Integration chapter offset the difficult and intimidating nature of the subject. Chapter outlines, learning objectives, and end-of-chapter summaries highlight key concepts for easier assimilation. Other pedagogical features include clinical cases, Thought Questions, Putting It Together sections, Editor's Integration boxes, review Q&A, and online animations -- all designed specifically to reinforce clinical relevance and to challenge the student in real-world problem-solving.
Daniel C. Maldonado, Cynthia ZunigaRead More
SOAP for Family Medicine features 90 clinical problems with each case presented in an easy to read 2-page layout. Each step presents information on how that case would likely be handled. Questions under each category teach the students important steps in clinical care.
Blackwell's new SOAP series is a unique resource that also provides a step-by-step guide to learning how to properly document patient care. Covering the problems most commonly encountered on the wards, the text uses the familiar "SOAP" note format to record important clinical information and guide patient care. SOAP format puts the emphasis back on the patient's clinical problem not the diagnosis.
This series is a practical learning tool for proper clinical care, improving communication between physicians, and accurate documentation. The books not only teach students what to do, but also help them understand why. Students will find these books a "must have" to keep in their white coat pockets for wards and clinics.
Peter S. Uzelac, Richard Moon, Angelina BadilloRead More
SOAP for Internal Medicine features 75 clinical problems with each case presented in an easy-to-read 2-page layout. Each step presents information on how that case would likely be handled. Questions under each category teach the students important steps in clinical care.
The SOAP series is a unique resource that also provides a step-by-step guide to learning how to properly document patient care. Covering the problems most commonly encountered on the wards, the text uses the familiar "SOAP" note format to record important clinical information and guide patient care. SOAP format puts the emphasis back on the patient's clinical problem, not the diagnosis.
This series is a practical learning tool for proper clinical care, improving communication between physicians, and accurate documentation. The books not only teach students what to do, but also help them understand why. Students will find these books a "must-have" to keep in their white coat pockets for wards and clinics.