Current Care of Women

Paperback | August 22, 2003

byDawn P. Lemcke

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A practical, up-to-date, multidisciplinary source of information on the care of women in a primary care setting. More than sixty contributors provide clinically relevant information on diseases and disorders unique to women. The book addresses general topics affecting womens health such as prevention, health care access, communication styles, and cultural and racial issues. Following the popular Lange CURRENT format, this comprehensive text features superbly organized rapidly accessible information.

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A practical, up-to-date, multidisciplinary source of information on the care of women in a primary care setting. More than sixty contributors provide clinically relevant information on diseases and disorders unique to women. The book addresses general topics affecting womens health such as prevention, health care access, communication ...

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Best source for answers to the entire range of women's medical issues seen in primary care. *Practical, up-to-date approaches in healthcare to all common diseases and disorders of women *Updates of major topics in women's health including gynecology, internal medicine, psychiatry, cardiology, complementary and alternative medicine *Up...

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Format:PaperbackPublished:August 22, 2003Publisher:McGraw-HillLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071387706

ISBN - 13:9780071387705

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"The book covers most of the female-related health problems that are encountered in the primary care provider's office, but it does not cover the common obstetric care issues. The best things about this book are its up-to-date content and its easy to read style. The subjects are well chosen, too. This update was especially needed because of the changes since 1996, particularly in the field of HRT. I would highly recommend this to all primary care providers. It covers most of the common health problems we see in the care of women and the information is easy to understand can be absorbed in a short time. The cost of the book also impresses me - it is worth the price." "5 Stars!"