The Washington Manual® of Ambulatory Therapeutics is designed for practitioners dealing with ambulatory care of adult patients. This PDA version is a practical quick reference for house officers who are now required to spend 30% of their training in ambulatory settings, as well as practitioners working everyday in primary care settings. Edited by chief residents at Washington University, this PDA version provides the key details clinicians need on outpatient topics. Coverage includes lipid disorders; complaint-specific therapeutics, e.g. cough; office management of cancer patients (including screening, hospice, and supportive care); musculoskeletal pain; women's and men's health; dermatologic problems; anxiety and mood disorders; and dementia. Platform: Palm OS, Windows CE, and Pocket PC handheld devices
Memory Requirements: Palm OS—2.2 MB; Windows CE/Pocket PC—2.9 MB

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