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- 1 Description CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 PDF
- 2 Related Books(Free Medical Books)
- 3 CMDT 2020 PDF
- 4 Notice: CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 PDF
- 5 Download CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 PDF
Description CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 PDF
You’ll find authoritative, evidence-based coverage of more than 1,000 diseases and disorders including concise, yet thorough synopsis of diagnosis and treatment. Presented in full-color, this single source reference has been fully updated with the latest developments and breakthroughs in medicine, guidelines, references, drug prices, and more. CMDT 2020 PDF
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CMDT 2020 PDF
Seven e-chapters mentioned in the Table of Contents can be accessed at www.AccessMedicine.com/CMDT. These online-only chapters (available without need for subscription) include
- Anti-Infective Chemotherapeutic & Antibiotic Agents
- Diagnostic Testing & Medical Decision Making
- Information Technology in Patient Care
- Integrative Medicine
- Podiatric Disorders
- Women’s Health Issues
- Appendix: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, Laboratory Reference Intervals, & Pharmacogenetic Tests CMDT 2020 PDF
Institutional or individual subscriptions to AccessMedicine also have full electronic access to CMDT 2020.
Subscribers to CMDT Online receive full electronic access to CMDT 2020 as well as
- An expanded, dedicated media gallery
- Quick Medical Diagnosis & Treatment (QMDT)—a concise, bulleted version of CMDT 2020
- Guide to Diagnostic Tests—for quick reference to the selection and interpretation of commonly used diagnostic tests
- CURRENT Practice Guidelines in Primary Care—delivering concise summaries of the most relevant guidelines in primary care
- Diagnosaurus—consisting of 1000+ differential diagnoses
CMDT 2020, QMDT, Guide to Diagnostic Tests, and Diagnosaurus are also available as individual apps for your smartphone or tablet and can be found in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Notice: CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 PDF
Medicine is an ever-changing science. As new research and clinical experience broaden our knowledge, changes in treatment and drug therapy are required. The authors and the publisher of this work have checked with sources believed to be reliable in their efforts to provide information that is complete and generally in accord with the standards accepted at the time of publication. However, in view of the possibility of human error or changes in medical sciences, neither the authors nor the publisher nor any other party who has been involved in the preparation or publication of this work warrants that the information contained herein is in every respect accurate or complete, and they disclaim all responsibility for any errors or omissions or for the results obtained from use of the information contained in this work. CMDT 2020 PDF
Readers are encouraged to confirm the information contained herein with other sources. For example and in particular, readers are advised to check the product information sheet included in the package of each medication they plan to administer to be certain that the information contained in this work is accurate and that changes have not been made in the recommended dose or in the contraindications for administration. This recommendation is of particular importance in connection with new or infrequently used medications. CMDT 2020 PDF
Features: CMDT 2020 PDF
• A strong emphasis on the practical aspects of clinical diagnosis and patient management
• Detailed review of all internal medicine disciplines, including geriatrics, preventive medicine, and palliative care, plus gynecology and obstetrics, dermatology, ophthalmology, neurology, psychiatry, and more
• An annual update on HIV/AIDS and other new, emerging viral infections
• Specific information regarding disease prevention and prognosis
• Medication treatment tables, with indexed trade names and updated prices
• Key recent references on each topic with PMID numbers for quick online access CMDT 2020 PDF
• Many full-color photographs, tables, figures and other illustrations CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020
Here are some of the many updates and additions:
• Extensive updating of tables and images
• New FDA-approved medication for multiple sclerosis
• New summary of recommended FDA treatment regimens for hepatitis C
• U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendations for osteoporosis, prostate cancer, ovarian cancer, and cervical cancer
• Extensive update of immune modulation therapy and adjuvant treatments of breast cancer
• Targeted therapies for advanced non-small cell lung cancers
• Thoroughly revised chapter on viral and rickettsial infections, including recent measles, polio, and acute flaccid paralysis outbreaks, and on related immunizations
• Clarification of the appropriate role of opioids and buprenorphine formulations in chronic pain management
• Revised section on health care for sexual and gender minority patients CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 CMDT 2020 PDF
• Information on new biologic agents for asthma, and many other disorders
Intended audience for CMDT
House officers, medical students, and all other health professions students will find the descriptions of diagnostic and therapeutic modalities, with citations to the current literature, of everyday usefulness in patient care.
Internists, family physicians, hospitalists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and all primary care providers will appreciate CMDT as a ready reference and refresher text. Physicians in other specialties, pharmacists, and dentists will find the book a useful basic medical reference text. Nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants will welcome the format and scope of the book as a means of referencing medical diagnosis and treatment.
Patients and their family members who seek information about the nature of specific diseases and their diagnosis and treatment may also find this book to be a valuable resource.
New in this edition of CMDT 2020 pdf
- Extensive updating of images
- FDA designates esketamine as breakthrough medication for resistant depression
- New FDA-approved medication for multiple sclerosis
- Extensive revision of Viral & Rickettsial Infections chapter, including updates on measles, polio, and acute flaccid paralysis outbreaks; immunizations; as well as preventing and treating Epstein-Barr virus and cytomegalovirus infections in transplant patients CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020
- FDA re-approval of tegaserod for irritable bowel syndrome with constipation
- Treatment options for prevention of opioid overdose and substance abuse disorders
- Clarification of the appropriate role of opioids and buprenorphine formulations in chronic pain management.
The medical interview serves several functions. It is used to collect information to assist in diagnosis (the “history” of the present illness), to understand patient values, to assess and communicate prognosis, to establish a therapeutic relationship, and to reach agreement with the patient about further diagnostic procedures and therapeutic options. CMDT 2020 PDF CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 PDF
It also serves as an opportunity to influence patient behavior, such as in motivational discussions about smoking cessation or medication adherence. Interviewing techniques that avoid domination by the clinician increase patient involvement in care and patient satisfaction. Effective clinician-patient communication and increased patient involvement can improve health outcomes. CURRENT Medical Diagnosis & Treatment 2020
1Dr. Pignone is a former member of the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF). The views expressed in this chapter are his and Dr. Salazar’s and not necessarily those of the USPSTF. CMDT 2020 PDF
For many illnesses, treatment depends on difficult fundamental behavioral changes, including alterating diet, taking up exercise, giving up smoking, cutting down drinking, and adhering to medication regimens that are often complex. Adherence is a problem in every practice; up to 50% of patients fail to achieve full adherence, and one-third never take their medicines. Many patients with medical problems, even those with access to care, do not seek appropriate care or may drop out of care prematurely. CMDT 2020 PDF
Adherence rates for short-term, self-administered therapies are higher than for long-term therapies and are inversely correlated with the number of interventions, their complexity and cost, and the patient’s perception of overmedication. CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 PDF
As an example, in HIV-infected patients, adherence to antiretroviral therapy is a crucial determinant of treatment success. Studies have unequivocally demonstrated a close relationship between patient adherence and plasma HIV RNA levels, CD4 cell counts, and mortality. Adherence levels of more than 95% are needed to maintain virologic suppression. However, studies show that over 60% of patients are less than 90% adherent and that adherence tends to decrease over time. CMDT 2020 PDF
Patient reasons for nonadherence include simple forgetfulness, being away from home, being busy, and changing daily routine. Other reasons include psychiatric disorders (depression or substance misuse), uncertainty about the effectiveness of treatment, lack of knowledge about the consequences of poor adherence, regimen complexity, and treatment side effects. The rising costs of medications, including generic drugs, and the increase in patient cost-sharing burden, has made adherence even more difficult, particularly for those with lower incomes. CMDT 2020 PDF
Patients seem better able to take prescribed medications than to adhere to recommendations to change their diet, exercise habits, or alcohol intake or to perform various self-care activities (such as monitoring blood glucose levels at home). For short-term regimens, adherence to medications can be improved by giving clear instructions. Writing out advice to patients, including changes in medication, may be helpful. Because low functional health literacy is common (almost half of English-speaking US patients are unable to read and understand standard health education materials), other forms of communication—such as … CMDT 2020 PDF
Author of CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 PDF
Maxine A. Papadakis, MD Professor Emeritus, University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine.
Stephen J. McPhee, MD Professor Emeritus, University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine.
Michael W. Rabow, MD Professor of Clinical Medicine, University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine.
Table of Contents – CMDT 2020 PDF
Chapter 1. Disease prevention & health promotion —
Chapter 2. Common symptoms —
Chapter 3. Preoperative evaluation & perioperative management —
Chapter 4. Geriatric disorders —
Chapter 5. Palliative care & pain management —
Chapter 6. Dermatologic disorders —
Chapter 7. Disorders of the eyes & lids —
Chapter 8. Ear, nose, & throat disorders —
Chapter 9. Pulmonary disorders —
Chapter 10. Heart disease —
Chapter 11. Systemic hypertension —
Chapter 12. Blood vessel & lymphatic disorders —
Chapter 13. Blood disorders —
Chapter 14. Disorders of hemostasis, thrombosis, & antithrombotic therapy —
Chapter 15. Gastrointestinal disorders –CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020
Chapter 16. Liver, biliary tract & pancreas disorders —
Chapter 17. Breast disorders —
Chapter 18. Gynecologic disorders —
Chapter 19. Obstetrics & obstetric disorders —
Chapter 20. Rheumatologic, immunologic, & allergic disorders —
Chapter 21. Electrolyte & acid-base disorders —
Chapter 22. Kidney disease —
Chapter 23. Urologic disorders —
Chapter 24. Nervous system disorders —
Chapter 25. Psychiatric disorders —
Chapter 26. Endocrine disorders —
Chapter 27. Diabetes mellitus & hypoglycemia —
Chapter 28. Lipid disorders –CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 CMDT 2020 PDF
Chapter 29. Nutritional disorders —
Chapter 30. Common problems in infectious diseases & antimicrobial therapy —
Chapter 31. HIV infection and AIDS —
Chapter 32. Viral & rickettsial infections —
Chapter 33. Bacterial & chlamydial infections —
Chapter 34. Spirochetal infections —
Chapter 35. Protozoal & helminthic infections —
Chapter 36. Mycotic infections —
Chapter 37. Disorders related to environmental emergencies —
Chapter 38. Poisoning —
Chapter 39. Cancer —
Chapter 40. Genetic & genomic disorders –CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020
Chapter 41. Sports medicine & outpatient orthopedics —
Chapter 42. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, & transgender health —
Chapter e1. Anti-infective chemotherapeutic & antibiotic agents —
Chapter e2. Diagnostic testing & medical decision making —
Chapter e3. Information technology in patient care —
Chapter e4. Integrative medicine —
Chapter e5. Podiatric disorders —
Chapter e6. Women’s health issues —
Chapter e7. Appendix: Therapeutic drug monitoring & laboratory reference intervals, & pharmacogenetic testing.
SPECIAL RECOGNITION – CMDT 2020 PDF
With this 2020 edition, Dr. Robert Baron will be retiring from CMDT after more than 30 years of contributions. Dr. Baron has authored CMDT’s Nutritional Disorders chapter for 31 years (since 1989) and its Lipid Disorders chapter for 22 years (since 1998).
Dr. Baron has had a distinguished career in internal medicine. He received his BA in anthropology and sociology from Princeton University, his MS in nutrition from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and his MD from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). After his residency training in UCSF’s Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program, he joined the UCSF faculty in 1981. He directed that residency from 1989 until 2006. In 2000, he became Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education (CME) and continues to lead UCSF’s extensive CME program. Since 2006, Dr. Baron has also been serving as Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Designated Institutional Official for UCSF, overseeing its 92 Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited residency and fellowship training programs and 50 non-ACGME programs. CMDT 2020 PDF
A practicing primary care general internist, Dr. Baron has been recognized as one of America’s Top Doctors and as one of its Outstanding Primary Care Physicians. He has received numerous other teaching and service awards. Focusing his scholarship on graduate and continuing medical education and on nutrition, preventive medicine, and chronic disease, he has published 69 peer-reviewed papers and 99 book chapters and reviews.
Dr. Baron lives in San Francisco with his wife, Randie Bencanann. Their daughter, Micki, is a practicing obstetrician-gynecologist and daughter, Haley, recently obtained her master’s degree in food studies.
As his editors, we offer our immense gratitude to Dr. Baron for 30 years of work on CMDT. It has been a genuine pleasure to edit his two chapters each year. We will miss working with you, Bobby! CMDT 2020 PDF
We wish to thank our authors for participating once again in the annual updating of this important book. We are especially grateful to Kevin Barrows, MD, Thomas D. Chi, MD, Pelin Cinar, MD, MS, Dima Dandachi, MD, Maxwell V. Meng, MD, FACS, Ramana K. Naidu, MD, Charles J. Ryan, MD, and Samuel A. Shelburne III, MD, PhD, who are leaving CMDT this year. We have all benefited from their clinical wisdom and commitment.
Many students and physicians also have contributed useful suggestions to this and previous editions, and we are grateful. We continue to welcome comments and recommendations for future editions in writing or via electronic mail. The editors’ e-mail addresses are below and author e-mail addresses are included in the Authors section.