Now in its Sixth Edition, this comprehensive text provides pertinent information on medical Primary Care Medicine: Office Evaluation and Management of the Adult Patient. Front Cover. Allan H. Goroll, Albert G. Mulley. Now in its Sixth Edition, this comprehensive text provides pertinent information on medical diagnosis, therapy, lab tests, and health. Buy Primary Care Medicine 6th edition () by Allan H Goroll for up to 90% off at
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Goroll and Albert G. The book has a long list of section editors and contributing writers, most of whom are affiliated with the Harvard medical system. Practical recommendations that incorporate the best available evidence and clinical best practices are listed in an easily readable format at the end of every chapter.
The book is written in a practical, complete, and straight-to-the-point design. This edition primady more than of the chief complaints most commonly encountered in a primary care office.
Primary Care Medicine
The book starts with a brief overview of primary care and an easily read review section on biostatistics and diagnostic tests. The book goes on to provide detailed sections discussing mddicine organ systems but also discusses nonspecific common complaints such as fatigue and weight gain. Several sections also include individualized additions. For example, the “Respiratory Problems” section includes a “Smoking Cessation” chapter.
One of my favorite features of this book is the annotated bibliography at the end of each section. This edition provides purchasers with access to the full searchable text online, so it can also be used as a Web-based carw decision-making device at the point of care purchasers of used copies cannot access the online edition.
It is likewise an excellent reference for specialists devoting more of their time to primary care or who just want to brush up on a topic. I searched the online version and found it exceptionally easy to use. It will become one of my main reference sources in the office or for teaching students and residents.
The Web site is new and is quite usable.
I still prefer UptoDate because of its multiple cross-references for every topic and its patient education materials that I can easily print and hand to patients; however, compared with other primary care books written for use in the office medicin the point of care, Primary Care Medicine is the one to own.
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