Oxford Textbook of Medicine on CD ROM by David Warrell

Oxford Textbook of Medicine on CD ROM

EditorDavid Warrell, Timothy Cox, John Firth

CD-ROM | December 17, 2004

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The Oxford Textbook of Medicine provides all that any doctor needs to know to practice top-level internal medicine. It gives comprehensive coverage of the epidemiology, aetiology, and mechanism of disease, as well as clear, unambiguous coverage of the diagnosis, practical management andprevention of the entire spectrum of medical disorders. This new CD ROM enables the complete content of the OTM to be searched and accessed in the office, hospital or home. Users can access the 4500 text pages, including Illustrations and References, via the Contents list or by free-text or key-term searches, using familiar, browser-based software; andcan add their own notes and bookmarks for future reference. Searching can be done by using words, phrases or wildcards, or via the index. Users can add and edit permanent bookmarks tied to specific paragraphs. There are hyperlinks across the text, including page references. Figures and Plates appear as expandable thumbnails. A history of the articlesviewed in the current session appears in a drop-down menu. System requirements: Operating systems: Windows 98/2000/ME/XP/NT 4.0; Mac OSX Processor: PC - Intel Pentium III processor or equivalent, minimum 600 MHz; Mac - PowerPC G4, minimum 1 GHz Memory: 128 MB of RAM (256 recommended) CD-ROM drive (50x or faster) SVGA monitor capable of supporting 1024 x 768 resolution 200 MB free hard disk space to run the CD-ROM or 600 MB of free hard disk space to install and run from the hard disk

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David Warrell is a Professor of Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases; Head, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Oxford; Honorary Consultant Physician, Oxford Radcliffe NHS Trust, UK. Timothy Cox is a Professor of Medicine, University of Cambridge; Honorary Consultant Physician, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridg...
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Title:Oxford Textbook of Medicine on CD ROMFormat:CD-ROMDimensions:4500 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.58 inPublished:December 17, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198529503

ISBN - 13:9780198529507

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Table of Contents

1. On being a patient2. Modern medicine: foundations, achievements, and limitations3. Global patterns of disease and medical practice4. Molecular mechanisms of disease5. Immunological mechanisms6. Principles of clinical oncology7. Infection8. Chemical and physical injuries and environmental factors and disease9. Principles of clinical pharmacology and drug therapy10. Nutrition11. Metabolic disorders12. Endocrine disorders13. Medical disorders in pregnancy14. Gastroenterology15. Cardiovascular medicine16. Critical care medicine17. Respiratory medicine18. Rheumatology19. Diseases of the skeleton20. Nephrology21. Sexually-transmitted diseases and sexual health22. Disorders of the blood23. Diseases of the skin24. Neurology25. The eye26. Psychiatry and drug related problems27. Forensic medicine and the practising doctor28. Sports and exercise medicine29. Adolescent medicine30. Geratology31. Palliative care32. Reference intervals for biochemical data33. Emergency medicine

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`A remarkably successful textbook. All medical libraries should possess a copy.'British Medical Journal