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Every practitioner today will welcome the Handbook of Medicine in Psychiatry as the first realistic, evidence-based overview of medicine for psychiatrists in training or practice because it is
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Handbook of Medicine in Psychiatry is the first evidence-based overview of medicine for psychiatrists in training or practice.
The selection of topics was guided by an analysis of internal medicine evaluations of 1,001 psychiatric patients. The vast majority of their medical complaints were about pain symptoms; respiratory, urinary, and skin infections; and potential side effects of psychotropic drugs (such as falls, choking, glucose intolerance, hypotension, neutropenia and hyponatremia).
The wide-ranging Handbook for Medicine in Psychiatry groups topics in 14 sections according to a common feature, such as cardiac arrest, abnormal vital signs, pain, signs of common infections, and respiratory distress. Each chapter discusses essential features in clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, risk stratification, and assessment and management in the psychiatric setting. The 67 contributors focus on how psychiatric disorders and their treatments produce pathophysiologic changes and change the classic presentation of common and serious conditions.
Augmenting established print and electronic resources of medical knowledge, the meticulously illustrated and referenced Handbook of Medicine in Psychiatry offers an invaluable resource for clinicians today.About the Author:
Peter Manu, M.D., is Professor of Clinical Medicine and Psychiatry at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, and Director of Medical Services at Zucker Hillside Hospital in the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System in Glen Oaks, New York.
Raymond E. Suarez, M.D., is Resident Physician in the Department of Psychiatry at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, New York.
Barbara J. Barnett, M.D., is Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Director of the Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine Residency Program at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York.
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