By Diana Cardenas MD MHA, Thomas Hooton MD
The in basic terms publication to mix the views of either actual drugs and rehabilitation and inner medication, this useful instruction manual offers physiatrists and citizens in education with a concise description of universal clinical issues which can disrupt or complicate treatment and rehabilitation. It makes a speciality of the foremost diagnostic different types of disabilities which are admitted for in-patient rehabilitation akin to stroke, spinal twine damage, mind harm, amputation, a number of significant trauma, neurological issues, burns, musculoskeletal trauma, melanoma, and different ailments or problems. for simple reference, the booklet is geared up by means of either diagnostic type and particular clinical complications.
The first half the ebook, prepared through incapacity, presents an summary of the original clinical difficulties physiatrists are inclined to come upon with each one , whilst these issues will ensue, and the easiest methods to diagnosing and treating them early. the second one half, written by means of acute care experts, addresses the scientific matters separately with extra particular chapters on particular problems and updated details on therapy. those contain urinary tract an infection, osteomyelitis, antibiotic-associated diarrhea, hematologic problems, gastrointestinal problems, pulmonary problems, electrolyte problems, and fever and sepsis.
- Focuses on scientific issues inside significant rehabilitation diagnostic teams
- Organized in components to permit readers to entry details by means of or hardship
- Provides scientific counsel for making a choice on and handling universal clinical issues encountered in rehabilitation settings
- Each rehabilitation subject bankruptcy concludes with a precis ìTimelineî desk detailing particular issues and sure prevalence
- A functional source for physiatrists supplying inpatient care or sharing call
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