Oxford Handbooks Clinical Tutor Study Cards: Procedure
Thomas, James D.;Monaghan, Tanya M.;Thompson, Alexander G.
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OXFORD UNIVERSITY PR,06.09.11
MEDICAL Level: B/I/A
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Oxford Handbooks Clinical Tutor Study Cards are a new, innovative and versatile aid to revision from the publishers of the famous Oxford Handbooks. Following the same portable format, the cards enable students to revise in bite-sized chunks quickly and safely whilst on the move. These handy double-sided cards can also be used when carrying out an examination, containing the vital techniques and tips students need to know. They are split up into defined sections to allow the reader to find topics quickly, and are supplemented with full colour illustrations to aid quick and confident diagnoses.
This set of cards covers the most common procedures that medical students need to be acquainted with. Each procedure is made up of 2 cards: the first showing an equipment list and details of how to carry out the procedure, followed by what to document in the patient's notes; the second contains related information, including indications, contra-indications, risks and extra tips on how to perform better or what to do in the event of problems.
- An innovative set of study cards that can be used as an aid to both revision and examination
- Versatile and compact design, allowing them to be used in any situation
- Packed with full colour illustrations to aid quick and confident diagnosis
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Edited by James D. Thomas , Specialist Registrar in Radiology, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Nottingham, UK
Tanya M. Monaghan , Academic Clinical Fellow, Institute of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Nottingham and Specialist Registrar in Gastroenterology, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Nottingham, UK
Alexander G. Thompson , Core Medical Trainee Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust London, UK