Clinical Guidelines in Primary Care, 4th Edition


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(as of May 23,2022 07:54:31 UTC – Details)


The 4th edition of Clinical Guidelines in Primary Care provides comprehensive guidance for the diagnosis and management of 368 of the most common patient presentations seen in primary care settings. This information is presented in the concise, clear format readers have been relying on for years.Since the first edition was published in 2011, Clinical Guidelines in Primary Care has served as a guidebook for NP practice and as a valuable study tool for NP students. From the classroom to clinical rotations and into practice, this text is used as a reference for countless patient encounters every day. Ensure that your patient care reflects current evidence by incorporating the 4th edition of Clinical Guidelines in Primary Care into your clinical practice or your certification exam preparation.This edition contains important updates about the delivery of evidence-based care, including: New guidelines for the management of bronchitis, mgmt of gout, mgmt of type 2 diabetes, mgmt of type 1 diabetes, cervical cancer screening, mgmt of abnormal Pap results… plus many more updates! New features of this edition include:Redesigned pharmacologic management tables with more detailed guidance for prescribing decisions, new chapter on physical examinations that covers: the preparticipation physical, adult annual physical, older adult annual physical, “Welcome to Medicare” physical, and physical examination of the patient with a history of cancer, new content focused on trauma-related disorders, new, more detailed coverage of breastfeeding topics, updated organization of child growth and devp. PLUS 6 months of FREE access to CareOnPoint, the mobile reference devp by NPs for NPs. It contains 100% of the content in book. Please Note: Publisher (Advanced Practice Education Associates) does not guarantee quality or access to any digital components if the book is purchased through a third-party seller. The publisher reserves the right to limit the number of books purchased.

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