Gut Instincts: A Clinician''s Handbook of Digestive and Liver Diseases

315d1-2977/ 9781556429774

ISBN/ 9781556429774
作者/出版商 Esrailian /Slack
出版年代/版次 2012/ 1

定價NT$ 1,748
NT$ 1,661

Product Description
Gut Instincts: A Clinician’s Handbook of Digestive and Liver Diseases is a practical handbook that focuses on the diagnosis and management of the most commonly encountered digestive diseases.
Gut Instincts: A Clinician’s Handbook of Digestive and Liver Diseases is portable enough to keep in a lab coat or briefcase, yet informative enough for day-to-day patient care. Written and edited by Dr. Esrailian and over 50 contributing experts, the language throughout is clear and concise enough for application at the office, or at the bedside. Gut Instincts combines knowledge, experience, and evidence, helping providers of all levels to deliver the highest quality patient care. However, the chapters are concise and designed to be used as quick reference even during patient visits.
Unique Benefits and Features Include:
•A “Gut Instincts” sidebar in each chapter with important clinical pearls for patient care
•Addresses the most frequently encountered clinical problems in digestive diseases
•Focuses primarily on diagnosis and management
•More than 50 algorithms, tables, and figures throughout the book
•Uses a coherent format while distributing high-yield information
Some Chapter Topics Include:
•Barrett’s esophagus
•Pancreatic diseases
•Colon polyps
•Non alcoholic fatty liver disease
•Complications of portal hypertension
Gut Instincts combines knowledge, experience, and evidence and is the ideal resource for practicing gastroenterologists and fellows, residents and medical students, nurse practitioners and physician assistants, and all primary care providers and trainees on the “front line” of patient care.

Chapter 1: Nausea and Vomiting
Chapter 2: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
Chapter 3: Dysphagia
Chapter 4: Motility Disorders of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract
Chapter 5: Barrett’s Esophagus
Chapter 6: Upper Gastrointestinal Tract Malignancies
Chapter 7: Nutrition
Chapter 8: Feeding Tubes: Placement and Management for the Clinician
Chapter 9: Nonvariceal Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding
Chapter 10: Acid-Peptic Disorders
Chapter 11: Functional Dyspepsia
Chapter 12: Pancreatic Diseases
Chapter 13: Biliary Diseases
Chapter 14: Celiac Disease
Chapter 15: Bariatric Surgery Patients
Chapter 16: Ulcerative Colitis
Chapter 17: Crohn’s Disease
Chapter 18: Pouchitis
Chapter 19: Diarrhea
Chapter 20: Constipation
Chapter 21: Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Chapter 22: Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth
Chapter 23: Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding
Chapter 24: Colorectal Cancer and Screening
Chapter 25: Colon Polyps
Chapter 26: Clostridium Difficile
Chapter 27: Other Common Gastrointestinal Infections
Chapter 28: Ileus and Bowel Obstruction
Chapter 29: Hemorrhoids
Chapter 30: Fissures, Fistulae, and Condyloma
Chapter 31: Diverticular Disease
Chapter 32: Abnormal Liver Function Tests
Chapter 33: Hepatitis B
Chapter 34: Hepatitis C
Chapter 35: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
Chapter 36: Alcoholic Liver Disease
Chapter 37: Hereditary Liver Diseases
Chapter 38: Cholestatic Liver Diseases
Chapter 39: Autoimmune Hepatitis
Chapter 40: Complications of Portal Hypertension
Chapter 41: Abnormal Liver Tests in Pregnancy
Chapter 42: Fulminant Liver Failure and Transplantation
Chapter 43: Sedation
Chapter 44: Anticoagulation and Antibiotics in Endoscopy
Chapter 45: Bowel Preparations for Colonoscopy
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