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SleepWell: Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Neurology, Volume 3. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5225421
  • Book
  • January 2003
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Is worrying keeping you awake at night? Now you can sleep well before the Boards by using the breakthrough new SleepWell Review Series. Written by faculty at the Medical University of South Carolina, this series was developed to provide a review of vital content likely to be covered on certification exams and Steps 2 and 3 of the USMLE. Short case-based learning followed by discussion allows for a quick reminder of key content.

Perfect for medical students -- physician assistants, nurse practitioners and related health professionals will also find SleepWell valuable.

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Section 1: Surgery.

1: Penetrating Extremity Wounds – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

2: Motor Vehicle Crash – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

3: Fall with Altered Level of Consciousness – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

4: Hypotension – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

5: Postoperative Complications – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

6: Abdominal Pain – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

7: Burns – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

8: Intermittant Abdominal Pain – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

9: Post-prandial Abdominal Pain – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

10: Chronic diarrhea and cramping – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

11: Occult Fecal Blood – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

12: Lower GI bleeding – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

13: Cramping, abdominal pain and “constipation” – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

14: Colon Cancer – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

15: Post-operative Colon Cancer Follow-up – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

16: Perianal Complaints – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

17: Right Upper Quadrant Abdominal Pain – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

18: Jaundice – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

19: Abdominal Pain and Vomiting – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

20: Upper GI Bleeding – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

21: Fecal Occult Blood – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

22: Morbid Obesity – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

23: A “Rigid” Abdomen – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

24: Heartburn – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

25: Post-transplant Immune Suppression – Angelo Lin, MD.

26: Anesthesia – Mitchell J. Siegan, MD.

27: Perioperative anesthesia management – Mitchell J. Siegan, MD.

28: A Numb Hand – Patrick J. O’Neill, MD.

29: Fingertip infections – Patrick J. O’Neill, MD.

30: Hand infections – Patrick J. O’Neill, MD.

31: Breast reconstruction – Patrick J. O’Neill, MD.

32: Poor Wound Healing – Patrick J. O’Neill, MD.

33: Claudication – Jay G. Robison, MD FACS.

34: Abdominal Aortic Dilitation – Jay G. Robison, MD FACS.

35: Management of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm – Jay G. Robison, MD FACS.

36: Calf Pain and Swelling – Jay G. Robison, MD FACS.

37: Carotid bruit – Jay G. Robison, MD FACS.

38: Cramping Lower Abdominal Pain – Jobe C. Metts III, MD.

39: Thyroid nodule – William E. Gillanders, MD.

40: Thyroid malignancy – William E. Gillanders, MD.

41: Breast mass – Carlton C. Barnett, MD.

42: Breast mass #2 – Carlton C. Barnett, MD.

43: Mammographic abnormalities – Carlton C. Barnett, MD.

44: Inguinal hernia – William T. Adamson, MD.

45: Abdominal mass in a child – William T. Adamson, MD.

46: Failure to Pass Meconium – William T. Adamson, MD.

47: Vomiting in the infant – William T. Adamson, MD.

48: Ankle Injury – Harry A. Demos, MD.

49: Hip pain – Harry A. Demos, MD.

50: Post Arthroplasty Complications – Harry A. Demos, MD & E. Douglas Norcross MD.

51: Pediatric Knee Injury – Harry A. Demos, MD.

52: Evaluation of elevated PSA levels – Jobe C. Metts III, MD.

53: Renal Mass – Jobe C. Metts III, MD.

54: Scrotal abnormalities – Jobe C. Metts III, MD.

55: Heart Murmur – Arthur J. Crumbley III, MD.

56: Post Infarction Deterioration – Arthur J. Crumbley III, MD.

57: Chest Pain – Arthur J. Crumbley III, MD.

58: Back Pain – Byron N. Bailey, MD.

59: Headaches – Byron N. Bailey, MD.

60: Hypertension – Thomas Brothers, MD.

61: Reflux Complications – E. Douglas Norcross, MD.

62: Incidental adrenal mass – E. Douglas Norcross, MD
Section 2: Obstetrics & Gynecology.

63: Breast Cancer – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

64: Multiple gestations – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

65: Bleeding in Pregnancy – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

66: Post Partum Hemorrhage – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

67: Nipple Discharge – Charles N. Landen, Jr. , MD.

68: Gestational Diabetes – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

69: Breast mass – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

70: Infertility – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

71: Abdominal Pain – Paige R. Gernt, MD
72: Abdominal Pain in Pregnancy – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

73: Miscarriages – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

74: Cervical cancer screening – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

75: Urogynecology – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

76: Contraception – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

77: Abdominal Pain – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

78: Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia - Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

79: Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

80: Osteoporosis – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

81: Dysmenorrhea – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

82: Vulvar lesion – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

83: Third trimester bleeding – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

84: Post Partum Fever – Paige R. Gernt, MD
85: Infectious disease in pregnancy – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

86: Breast Feeding – Paige R. Gernt, MD
87: Adnexal Mass – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

88: Shoulder dystocia – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

89: Vaginal Discharge – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

90: Preterm Labor – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

91: Dysmenorrhea #2 - Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

92: Vaginal bleeding – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

93: Preterm Premature Rupture of the Membranes – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

94: Endometrial Cancer – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

95: Bleeding in pregnancy – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

96: Ovarian Cancer – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

97: Gestational Trophoblastic Disease – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD.

98: Primary Amenorrhea – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

99: Gynecological infectious diseases – Paige R. Gernt, MD.

100: Cervical Cancer – Charles N. Landen, Jr., MD

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Janice Dixon Key Associate Professor of PediatricsDirector of Adolescent MedicineMedical University of South CarolinaCharleston, South Carolina.

Benjamin Clyburn Department of MedicineMedical University of South CarolinaCharleston, South Carolina.

George Taylor Professor of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, USA.

D. Walter Hiott Assistant Professor of PsychiatryMedical University of South CarolinaAttending PsychiatristRalph H. Johnson VA Medical CenterCharleston, South Carolina.

Timothy D. Carter
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