The Oxford Textbook of Medicine is the foremost international textbook of medicine. Unrivalled in its coverage of the scientific aspects and clinical practice of. Oxford Textbook of Medicine 4th edition (March ): by David A. Warrell Of the six pairs of sailors, the two assigned oranges and lemons recovered within. the-oxford-dictionary-of-english-grammar-oxford-quick-reference-2nd_edition. Pages·· Medicine (Two Vol. Set) 6th edition. Oxford Textbook of Medicine 4th edition (March ): by David A. Warrell.. T. M. Cox.

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Warrell Oxford Textbook Of Medicine 4th Ed Pdf previous post Vander Human Physiology The Mechanisms Of Body Function 8th Ed Pdf. Oxford Textbook of Medicine. Reviewed by C D Shee. Additional article information. 4th edition on CD-ROM Editors: David A Warrell, Timothy M Cox, John D. The Oxford Textbook of Medicine is the foremost international textbook of medicine.

One can browse the contents of the book by use of the table of contents, the index or a search function.

The ability to search for words is a major advantage. Perhaps I am a technophobe, but I still find the book easier to read than the electronic version. The latter has an intrusive 'browsing panel' permanently displayed on the left, and the size of the text window is further reduced by a toolbar at the top. One can't always see a picture and its caption in the same field.

Incidentally, the support website listed in the accompanying booklet states that for this CD-ROM there is 'no product support'; however, the booklet does offer an e-mail address and telephone number for customer support.

The fourth edition on CD-ROM has the entire contents of the printed textbook, including figures and tables. The book is billed as unrivalled in its coverage of 'internal medicine and its sub-specialties'.

For this review I used it as a reference for problems encountered on general medical unselected acute 'takes'. Amongst diverse topics that I found well covered were brachial neuralgia, endocarditis, common variable immunodeficiency, Sudeck's atrophy, heart and lung transplant, hypernatraemia, and methaemoglobin this last by Sir David Weatherall.

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Wearing my 'general medicine' hat I would have welcomed more emphasis on practical aspects of management. We also hope that there will be much of value for the hospital trainee struggling towards FDS. The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry contains those useful facts and practical tips that were stored in our white coat pockets as students and then postgraduates; initially on scraps of paper, but as the collection grew, transferred into notebooks to give a readily available reference source.

The dental literature already contains a great number of erudite books which, for the most part deal exclusively, in some depth, with a particular branch or aspect of dentistry.

The aim of this handbook is not to replace these specialist dental texts, but rather to complement them by distilling together theory and practical information into a more accessible format. In fact, reference is made to sources of further reading where necessary.

Oxford Textbook of Medicine 6th Edition

Although the authors of this handbook are not the specialized authorities usually associated with dental textbooks, we are still near enough to the coal-face to provide, we hope, some useful practical tips based on sound theory. We were fortunate whilst compiling this handbook in being able to draw on the expertise of many colleagues; the contents, however, remain our sole responsibility.

The format of a blank page opposite each page of text has been plagiarized from the other Oxford handbooks. This gives space for the reader to add his own comments and updates. Please let us know of any that should be made available to a wider audience.

We hope that the reader will find this book to be a useful addition to their white coat pocket or a companion to the BNF in the surgery. Review from previous edition: "Dental students are going to love this book! As a recent graduate I can say that dental students love this book and have done so since the first edition. Now, as hospital trainees, this book is still in all our bags.

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First published in , it is now in its fifth edition. The Oxford Textbook of Medicine is available in print and online - where its contents are systematically updated.

The Oxford Textbook of Medicine covers the scientific aspects and clinical practice of internal medicine and its subspecialties. It offers practical guidance on clinical management and the prevention of disease. Throughout the book, basic science and clinical practice are integrated, and the implications of research for medical practice are explained.

Traditional specialty areas in clinical medicine are covered, and there are sections on the following; bioterrorism and forensic medicine; medical disorders in pregnancy; travel and expedition medicine; nutrition; the use of stem cells; regenerative medicine; and psychiatry and drug related problems in general medical practice.

The fifth edition of this book is different from previous editions, with each chapter including a chapter summary, and all illustrations and photographs now in full colour.

The online edition contains the full-text, figures, and illustrations of the print version, as well as links to sources of related and further reading.T his expansion reflects the ever burgeoning successes, constraints and frustrations of modern medicine. We also hope that there will be much of value for the hospital trainee struggling towards FDS. The format is almost identical to that of the textbook with some updated information and there are no added multimedia features.

However, the electronic version has the advantage of compact size, lower price, and an excellent word search facility. In my own specialty of respiratory medicine, coverage is excellent.

For instance, although there is superb coverage of the clinical presentation and pathology of multiple sclerosis, there is scant information on the practical management of respiratory and urinary infections in these patients. As a recent graduate I can say that dental students love this book and have done so since the first edition.

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