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Clinical Respiratory Medicine: A Practical Multimedia Guide (CD-ROM with 60 mins of Video & 125 mins of Audio)

Clinical Respiratory Medicine: A Practical Multimedia Guide (CD-ROM with 60 mins of Video & 125 mins of Audio)

Chris O'Callaghan, Simon Range, Sunny Kaul, Nic Blackwell

ISBN: 978-0-727-91808-6

Apr 2002, BMJ Books

Select type: DVD

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$82.95

Description

There are many textbooks of respiratory medicine. The purpose of Clinical Respiratory Medicine is not to duplicate these, but to provide something new and different. Its primary focus is on taking a history and eliciting and interpreting clinical signs. This has been achieved by extensive use of videos, photographic images, 3D animation and audio. Although it is not a reference textbook, the aetiology of many respiratory diseases are also covered.

Users will be able to see 3D animation of pulmonary lobar anatomy, hear the difference between fibrotic and bronchiectatic crepitations in real patients, hear what stridor and pleural rubs really sound like, see bronchioscopic biopsy of bronchial carcinomas and removal of inhaled foreign bodies, as well as many other clinical signs.

Clinical Respiratory Medicine also includes a facility to automatically connect to an online CPD point allocation system.
Examination.

Infections.

Neoplastic disease.

Asthma.

COPD.

Interstitial disease.

Pulmonary vascular

60 minutes of video and 125 minutes of audio
Intuitive naviagtion system using drop down menus and navigation history
Hot-linked definitions throughout
Single page glossary
Automatically connects to online CPD point allocation system