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online resource (x, 149 pages)
  • Introduction
  • Scope of the Problem
  • Organizational Approach
  • Maturation of the Analysis
  • Profile of the Behavior
  • Location at Risk
  • Specialty at Risk
  • Physicians in Training
  • Etiology
  • Nursing Interface
  • Patient Safety
  • Policy and Guidelines
  • Economic Issues
  • Legal Interface
  • Regulatory Interventions
  • Strategies for Improvement
  • Educational Process
  • Management's Responsibility
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix: Situational Analysis and Approach: Case Scenarios.
This book explores a rapidly growing area of discussion in the health care industry, disruptive behavior in medical providers. The presence of disruptive behavior adversely impacts the providers of all disciplines: paraprofessional personnel, nurses, physicians and administrators. But more importantly, there may be a greater detrimental effect on quality and patient safety. This has led to mandated regulatory requirements that assist healthcare institutions in developing programs to address the problem. The book presents an evidence-based analysis of the disruptive provider behavior that defines the incidence, demographics, and profile of the behavior; discusses the specialties and work locations predisposed, as well as the interface with residents and nurses. The importance of patient safety, economic, and legal issues are addressed by a comprehensive, management strategy to effect positive, sustainable culture change in healthcare.
Medical Library (Lane)
xiii, 529 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
  • Chapter 1. Guide to the USMLE Step 3 and Supplement: Guide to the CSS
  • Chapter 2. Ambulatory Medicine
  • Chapter 3. Cardiovascular
  • Chapter 4. Emergency medicine
  • Chapter 5. Endocrinology
  • Chapter 6. Ethics and statistics
  • Chapter 7. Gastroenterology
  • Chapter 8. Hematology
  • Chapter 9. Oncology
  • Chapter 10. Infectious disease
  • Chapter 11. Musculoskeletal
  • Chapter 12. Nephrology
  • Chapter 13. Neurology
  • Chapter 14. Obstetrics
  • Chapter 15. Gynecology
  • Chapter 16. Pediatrics
  • Chapter 17. Psychiatry
  • Chapter 18. Pulmonary
  • Chapter 19. High-yield CCS cases.
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online resource (xvi, 165 pages) : illustrations (some color)
  • "Fire in the belly": Youth and exuberance
  • The productive years: "The diesel effect"
  • The aging intensivist and business management
  • The aging critical care physician: A 50 year progression of events
  • Transitions from the academic heap: new directions within the system
  • The aging Intensivist and global medical politics
  • The aging Intensivist and academia
  • The critical care physician and a career in Industry: Reflections and Recommendations
  • Race and the ICU
  • The aging Intensivist and younger colleagues
  • Nearing the clinical end: a female perspective
  • Good Times, Bad Times, Time to Get out Alive: Ruminations of a Retiring Critical Care Physician
  • The aging intensivist and functional incapacity
  • Legacy: What aging intensivists can pass on
  • Future of Critical Care Medicine
  • Health Care in the year 2050 and Beyond.
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online resource (xix, 332 pages) : illustrations
  • Part I. Foundations
  • Chapter 1. International Medical Graduate Physician Training in American Psychiatry: Where We Are and Where We Are Going
  • Chapter 2. Graduate Medical Education and Career Paths
  • Chapter 3. Core Competencies and the Next Accreditation System
  • Chapter 4. Evaluation and Feedback
  • Chapter 5. The Doctor-Patient Relationship
  • Chapter 6. The Psychiatric Interview
  • Chapter 7. The Biopsychosocial Formulation
  • Chapter 8. Psychotherapy
  • Chapter 9. Professionalism and Ethics
  • Chapter 10. Legal Issues
  • Chapter 11. Evidence-Based Medicine
  • Chapter 12. Psychiatric Research
  • Chapter 13. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Chapter 14. Geriatric Psychiatry
  • Chapter 15. Public Psychiatry
  • Part II. Perspectives
  • Chapter 16. From Immigrant to Practitioner: A Perspective
  • Chapter 17. The History of International Medical Graduate Physicians in Psychiatry and Medicine in the United States: A Perspective
  • Chapter 18. Identity Development for International Medical Graduate Physicians: A Perspective
  • Chapter 19. Identity Issues Specific to Women and United States Citizens Graduating from International Medical Schools: A Perspective
  • Chapter 20. Cultural Competence for International Medical Graduate Physicians: A Perspective
  • Chapter 21. Training Needs of International Medical Graduate Physicians in Psychiatry: A Perspective
  • Chapter 22. Globalization and Recruitment Strategies for International Medical Graduate Physicians: A Perspective.
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xxi, 347 pages : portrait ; 23 cm
  • Hands/ Lisa Moore
  • Stripping down the flesh / Nita Chen
  • EKG calamity / Steven Lange
  • Lacrimos / Daniel Coleman
  • Autumn autopsy / Abi Ashcraft
  • A tub of baby hearts / Katie Taylor
  • Anatomical variation / Damien Zreibe
  • Hello sir / Haikoo Shah
  • I don't know : the medical student motto / Daniel Lefler
  • Medicine's hardest lesson : people, not patients / Navdeep Kang
  • Searching for role models in medicine / David Gasalberti
  • It's hard keeping a white coat clean / Claire McDaniel
  • Medical student, student physician or student doctor? / Joshua Niforatos
  • On empathy (can these shoes ever fit?) / Jennifer Hong
  • Learning to see / Olivia Low
  • 30 percent bucket / Joshua Stein
  • On clinical teaching and evidence-based medicine / Amy Briggs
  • The value of empathy in medicine / Sarah Bommarito
  • "May I ask you a few questions and examine you?" / Tania Tabassum
  • Overthink it! / Eric Donahue
  • Eau de medical school / Nita Chen
  • Doctor Dad : a husband and father of three / Daniel Gates
  • Better mom, better doctor / Mariya Cherneykina
  • Never forget those who got you here / Eric Donahue
  • Being pregnant during the first year of medical school / Allison Lyle
  • For Pappou : a reflection on loss / Chris Meltsakos
  • Medical student as patient / Lorenzo Sewanan
  • When a patient's disease strikes a chord / Anjani Amladi
  • Parenthesis / Amanda Rutishauser
  • A medical student's experience as a patient / Crystal Romero
  • Treating the disease and treating the illness / Steven Lange
  • Broken / Jennifer Tsai
  • A night at the homeless shelter / Jimmy Tam Huy Pham
  • A wait for the bus : a solution for wandering in dementia / Katie Taylor
  • How health care policy shapes health care practice / Manasa Mouli
  • A lack of care : why medical students should focus on Ferguson / Jennifer Tsai
  • Physicians-in-transit : the blizzard of 2015 / Jacob Walker
  • My black eyes / Jessicqa Ubanyionwu
  • Mine / Damien Zreibe
  • On silence : the limits of professionalism / Jennifer Hong
  • My white coat costume / Jes Minor
  • Street medicine / Ajay Koti
  • The chair / Ben Ferguson - My contribution / Kerri Vincenti
  • Don't judge a book by its cover / Manik Aggarwal
  • To the man with the flowers / Sasha Yakhkind
  • The little one / Eric Ballon-Landa
  • Exam room 3 / Jimmy Yan
  • Emotions and energy in the ICU / Lisa Moore
  • A sweet embrace / Zachary Abramson
  • Do you remember? / Jimmy Yan
  • Beta amyloid blues / Kiersten Pollard
  • A story of love from psychiatry / Manasa Mouli
  • Eyes : a reflection from the first month of clerkships / Sanjay Salgado
  • We lost it : a story of surgical error / Dacia Russell
  • How to make challah : the Jewish octopus / Ajay Koti
  • Why I am in the room / Katie Taylor
  • Fading memories of love and martinis / Joshua Niforatos / M/R/G / Steven Lange
  • The lady in red / Lisa Podolsky
  • Being there / Corbin Pomeranz
  • A portrait of the patient as an old man / Millin Sekhon
  • Pansies, rosemary and rue / Erin Baumgartner
  • Diversity and rhinos / Bianca Maria Stifani
  • Medicine, meaning and fluency / Jocelyn Mary-Estelle Wilson
  • On doctoring etiquette / Qing Meng Zhang
  • A patient in denial : is the system at fault? / Ola Hadaya
  • Clinical culture shock : low health literacy as a barrier to effective communication / Lindsey McDaniel
  • Talking dirty / Mariya Cherneykina
  • Lost in translation / Katharine Caldwell
  • View from the other side / Jimmy Yan
  • Doctoring : who is it really for? / Nita Chen
  • Breaking down the barrier / Pratik Kanabur
  • A case for inclusive language / Ria Pal
  • Remembering what it is like not to know / Katie Taylor
  • How medical school taught me to put studying second / Samuel Scott
  • Do they teach fear in medical school? / Ajay Koti
  • Idea worship : mindfulness in medical school / Andrew Kadler
  • How to find the strength to keep going : words of advice from a third-year / Jarna Shah
  • Wounded healers / Ajay Koti
  • Rite of passage / Nita Chen
  • Booster / Jennifer Tsai
  • CMO : comfort measures only, not morphine drip only / Reza Hosseini Ghomi
  • From birth to death : a recollection of the third year / Chris Meltsakos
  • The inevitable / Punita Shroff
  • Life song / Sophia Tolliver
  • False song? The story of Mr. R. / Faryal Osman
  • Try again : experiencing failure as a medical student / Sadhana Rajamoorthi
  • Stars, dollar bills and other essentials / Morgan Shier
  • Breeze / Jennifer Tsai
  • N'ap kenbe/we're holding on / Christopher Hudson
  • Half of a year, halfway across the world / Sadhana Rajamoorthi
  • The problem with playing doctor / Shraddha Dalwadi
  • Perspectives from the bike : a look at an Ecuadorian hospital / Brian Lefchak
  • An afternoon with a Swazi boy / Brent Schnipke
  • On a mission / Victoria Psomiadis
  • More than a number : the patient's story / Peter Wingfield
  • On becoming a doctor : excellent medical student, terrible clinician / Amy Ho
  • A letter to myself, future resident, on dealing with myself, current medical student / Lindsay Heuser
  • "Are there any physicians on board, we have a medical emergency" / Manik Aggarwal --Is it better to trust or to hope? / Robert Ethel.
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xii, 349 pages : illustrations, facsimiles ; 25 cm
  • Cornucopia officinae medicae : medical practice records and their origin / Volker Hess and Sabine Schlegelmilch
  • Doctors and their patients in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries / Marion Baschin, Elisabeth Dietrich-Daum and Iris Ritzmann
  • Daily business : the organization and finances of doctors' practices / Philipp Klaas, Hubert Steinke and Alois Unterkircher
  • Medicine in practice : knowledge, diagnosis and therapy / Annemarie Kinzelbach, Stephanie Neuner and Karen Nolte
  • Medical practice in context : religion, family, politics and scientific networks / Ruth Schilling and Kay Peter Jankrift
  • What a magnificent work a good physician is' : the medical practice of Johannes Magirus (1615-i697) / Sabine Schlegelmilch
  • Social mobility and medical practice : Johann Friedrich Glaser (1707-1789) / Ruth Schilling
  • Observationes et curationes nurimbergenses : the medical practice of Johann Christoph Gotz (1688-1733) / Annemarie Kinzelbach, Susanne Grosser, Kay Peter Jankrift, and Marion Ruisinger
  • Medical bedside training and healthcare for the poor in the Würzburg and Gottingen policlinics in the first half of the nineteenth century / Stephanie Neuner and Karen Nolte
  • Unlicensed practice : a lay healer in rural Switzerland / Alois Unterkircher and Iris Ritzmann
  • Administrative and epistemic aspects of medical practice : Caesar Adolf Bloesch (1804-1863) / Lina Gafner
  • Franz von Ottenthal : local integration of an Alpine doctor's private practice (1847-1899) / Elisabeth Dietrich-Daurn, Marina Hilber and Eberhard Wofjf
  • A special kind of practice? : the homeopath Friedrich von Bonninghausen (1828-1910) / Marion Baschin.
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online resource (ix, 427 pages) ; 26 cm
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online resource (xvi, 297 pages) : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Professionalism and professional identity formation : the cognitive base / Richard L. Cruess and Sylvia R. Cruess
  • Developing a professional identity
  • a learner's perspective / Robert Sternszus
  • Theoretical insights into the nature and nurture of professional identities / Lynn V. Monrouxe
  • Socialization, professionalism and professional identity formation / Frederic William Hafferty
  • Educational theory and strategies to support professionalism and professional identity formation / Yvonne Steinert
  • Role modelling and mentoring in the formation of professional identity / Karen V. Mann and Elizabeth Gaufberg
  • Experiential learning and reflection to support professionalism and professional identity formation / Thomas A. Hutchinson and Mark Smilovitch
  • General principles for establishing programs to support professionalism and professional identity formation at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels / Sylvia R. Cruess and Richard L. Cruess
  • Faculty development to support professionalism and professional identity formation / Yvonne Steinert
  • Becoming interprofessional: professional identity formation in the health professions / Jill E. Thistlethwaite, Koshila Kumar and Christopher Roberts
  • Assessment of professionalism and progress in the development of a professional identity / John Norcini and Judy Shea
  • Remediation of unprofessional behavior / Louise Arnold, Christine Sullivan and Jennifer Quaintance
  • Professional identity formation, the practicing physician and continuing professional development / Jocelyn Locker, Ivan Silver and Janet de Groot
  • Professionalism, professional identity, and licensing and accrediting bodies / Sir Donald Irvine
  • The evolution of an undergraduate medical program on professionalism and identity formation / J. Donald Boudreau
  • Developing and implementing an undergraduate curriculum based on professional identity formation / Mark D. Holden, Era Buck and John Luk
  • Supporting professionalism and professional identity formation at the postgraduate level / Linda Snell
  • Changing the educational environment to better support professionalism and professional identity formation / Mark J. DiCorcia and Lee A. Learman
  • Professional identities of the future : invisible and unconscious or deliberate and reflexive? / Brian D. Hodges.
Medical Library (Lane)
online resource (xvi, 237 pages) : illustrations, maps
  • Attendant He : innovator or persona?
  • Bian Que as a seer : political persuaders and the medical imagination
  • Chunyu Yi : can the healer speak?
  • Liu Xiang : the imperial library and the creation of the exemplary healer list
  • Zhang Ji : the kaleidoscopic father
  • Huangfu Mi : from innovator to transmitter.
Medical Library (Lane)
online resource : illustrations.
  • Part I Workplace
  • Be time efficient
  • Become part of the team
  • Let known what you do
  • Punctuality
  • Stick to a system
  • Give leading answers
  • Respect seniors
  • Respect each attachment
  • Rights but also obligations
  • It?s ok to say you don?t know
  • When in doubt ask
  • First impressions matter
  • Part II Developing Technical skills
  • Make it easy
  • Learn from the best
  • Practice makes better
  • Have a plan B
  • Part III Passing postgraduate Exams
  • Passing written exams.- Passing clinical exams
  • How to prepare
  • When to sit them
  • Part IV Research
  • When to undertake research
  • How to choose a research supervisor
  • What project?.
The transition from medical school to being a practicing junior doctor is challenging. It requires knowledge and clinical skills but also the ability to efficiently function in the workplace. At the same time postgraduate professional development in gaining clinical experience, passing postgraduate exams, under-taking research or audit, and publishing become essential for career progression. One soon realizes that being a doctor is not just a profession but a way of life. This book presents some well-known ℓ́ℓpearlsℓ́ℓ as how to improve your day to day workplace performance, be efficiently productive, be an inherent part of the team, how to shine and impress. Advice is also given as how to prepare for postgraduate exams, develop essential technical skills, apply for the next post, successfully participate in research and audit, publish, manage, lead, teach, and train. This generic guidance can be of use for those aspiring to become a generalist or subspecialty doctor and can be of value in whichever part of the world you end up practicing in.
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11. Jonas Salk : a life [2015]

x, 559 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Prologue: Two plagues
  • Born to serve
  • Finding his place
  • A wedding and a war
  • Joining the fight against influenza
  • Vaccine neophyte
  • Pittsburgh's virgin territory
  • Polio
  • The chosen
  • Ready to run
  • Research sub rosa
  • Out of his hands
  • The world's largest clinical trial
  • Relief from fear
  • The Cutter affair
  • Fame and its consequences
  • Act II
  • Two cultures under one roof
  • The price of a masterpiece
  • Seeking Shangri-La
  • A trouble marriage
  • Harnessing the immune system
  • A most unusual arrangement
  • Salk unfolding
  • Fall from grace
  • Final fling
  • Marginalized
  • The swine flu snafu
  • Return to the polio vaccine controversy
  • A Trojan horse
  • Disciples, sycophants, and lovers
  • AIDS: Salk's next mountain
  • Unbowed.
"He first full biography of Jonas Salk offers a complete picture of the enigmatic figure, from his early years working on an influenza vaccine--for which he never fully got credit--to his seminal creation of the Polio vaccine, up through his later work to find a cure for AIDS"-- Provided by publisher.
Medical Library (Lane)
online resource (xiv, 251 pages) : illustrations (some color)
  • The Profession and Professionalism
  • Being a Physician
  • The Art and Science of Doctoring
  • Health, Disease, Illness, and Death
  • Disease Detection and Diagnosis
  • Therapy and Healing
  • Learning and Teaching Medicine
  • Medical Experience, Knowledge, and Wisdom
  • Errors, Uncertainty, and Ethical Issues
  • Current Issues and Future Practice.
Medical Library (Lane)
online resource (xxii, 405 pages) : illustrations, portraits
  • Part I. The thyroid gland
  • Thyroid physiology
  • Emil Theodor Kocher
  • Karl von Basedow
  • Jan Wolff and Israel L. Chaikoff
  • Hyperthyroidism and thyroiditis
  • Robert James Graves
  • Henry Stanley Plummer
  • Hakaru Hashimoto
  • Fritz de Quervain
  • George W. Crile
  • Multinodular goiter
  • Hugh Spear Pemberton
  • Medullary thyroid carcinoma
  • John Richard Farndon
  • Well-differentiated thyroid cancer: papillary, follicular, and oncocytic (Hürthle) cell cancer
  • Karl Hürthle
  • Update of the treatment guidelines for well-differentiated thyroid cancer
  • Frank Lahey
  • Thomas Dunhill
  • Part II. The parathyroid glands
  • Primary hyperparathyroidism: diagnosis and workup
  • Sir Richard Owen
  • Fuller Albright
  • James Bertram Collip
  • Surgical management of hyperparathyroidism
  • Felix Mandl
  • Oliver Cope
  • Parathyroidectomy: postoperative considerations/complications
  • Frantis̆ek Chvostek
  • Armand Trousseau
  • Theodor Billroth
  • Part III. The adrenal glands
  • Adrenal physiology
  • Thomas Addison
  • Primary aldosteronism
  • Jerome W. Conn
  • Cushing's Syndrome
  • Harvey Cushing
  • J. Aidan Carney
  • Pheochromocytoma and paraganglioma
  • Charles Horace Mayo
  • Arthur M. Shipley
  • Emil Zuckerkandl
  • Part IV. Neuroendocrine tumors of the pancreas
  • Part IV. Neuroendocrine tumors of the pancreas
  • Insulinomas
  • Sir Fredrick Grant Banting
  • Charles Herbert Best
  • Allen Oldfather Whipple
  • William J. Mayo
  • Gastrinoma
  • Robert Milton Zollinger
  • Edwin H. Ellison
  • VIPoma
  • John V. Verner Jr. and Ashton B. Morrison
  • Glucagonoma
  • Small bowel neuroendocrine tumors
  • Carcinoid syndrome
  • Sigfried Oberndorfer
  • Part V. Hereditary endocrine syndromes
  • von Hippel-Lindau Disease
  • Eugen von Hippel and Arvid Lindau
  • Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1
  • Paul Wermer
  • Norman W. Thompson
  • Multiple endocrine neoplasia 2 syndromes
  • John H. Sipple
  • Index.
Medical Library (Lane)
online resource (xxvii, 402 pages) : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
  • Jimmie
  • Superintendent
  • Founder of the movement
  • How bad it was
  • Sambon's obsession
  • So near, so far
  • A plain farmer's daughter
  • The blind men of Hindustan
  • Perspective: asylum doctor
  • Appendix I. Mortality and full recoveries (as percentages of patients treated) by race, South Carolina State Hospital for the Insane, 1891-1914
  • Appendix 2. Parallels in the histories of beriberi and pellagra
  • Appendix 3. A chronology of pellagra and niacin
  • Appendix 4. Summary of the four major pellagra conferences held at the South Carolina State Hospital for the Insane, 1908-1915.
Dr. James Woods Babcock, superintendent of the South Carolina State Hospital for the Insane from 1891 to 1914, led the American response to pellagra, producing the first English-language treatise on the disease and organizing the meetings of the National Association for the Study of Pellagra.
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online resource (xi, 92 pages)
Medical Library (Lane)
online resource (xii, 281 pages)
  • Physiology in the Nineteenth Century
  • The Birthplace
  • The Forebears
  • The Formative Years: 1817-1837
  • The Medical Student: 1838-1846
  • The Lone Experimenter: 1846-1851
  • The Visitor to America: 1852-1853
  • The Cholera Physician: 1854
  • The Richmond Professor: 1854-1855
  • The Paris Practitioner: 1856-1857
  • The Itinerant Lecturer: 1856-1859
  • The London Consultant Neurologist: 1860-1864
  • The Harvard Professor: 1864-1867
  • The Paris Course Lecturer: 1869-1872
  • The New York Practitioner: 1872-1874
  • The Indigent Physician: 1874-1877
  • The College de France Professor: 1878-1894
  • The Father of Hormonal Therapy: 1889-1893
  • The Last Years: 1892-1894.
Genius and dilettantism often go hand in hand. Nowhere is this truer than in the life of Charles-Edouard Brown-Sequard, the bilingual physician and neurologist who succeeded Claude Bernard as the Chair of Experimental Medicine at the College de France in Paris after having practiced in Paris, London and in the USA, especially in Harvard. For most men, making one discovery of global importance would have sufficed to satisfy their curiosity and self-image. Not so Brown-Sequard. His explanation of the neurological disparity following the hemi-section of the spinal cord was a unique achievement that added his name to the syndrome and made him immortal. Yet, the demons of his mind tormented him in his endless search for medical truths and drove him to explore other phenomena, seeking to explain and remedy them. This unique biography shows for the first time the conflict between his professional and personal life, and should appeal to all students of medical history and psychology.
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xvi, 477 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
The medical profession is rich in those who have made names for themselves outside of medicine. The fields of literature, exploration, business, sport, entertainment, and beyond abound with doctors whose interests lie outside medicine. This book, largely written by members of the medical profession, examines the efforts of doctors in non-medical fields. The doctors discussed here are those who are, or were, well-known to the public for their contributions to their non-medical fields of choice. In many cases, the public may have been unaware that a subject was medically qualified. This book provides wide-ranging and comprehensive biographical sketches of forty-two doctors who are best known to the public for their contributions to fields outside of medicine.--Back cover.
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viii, 384 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
  • 1. Lice, war, typhus, madness
  • 2. City on the edge of time
  • 3. The Louse feeders
  • 4. The Nazi doctors and the shape of things to come
  • 5. War and epidemics
  • 6. Parasites
  • 7. The Fantastic laboratory of Dr. Wiegl [sic]
  • 8. Armies of winter
  • 9. The Terrifying clinic of Dr. Ding
  • 10. "Paradise" at Auschwitz
  • 11. Buchenwald - rabbit stew and fake vaccine
  • 12. Imperfect justice.
The story of "Jewish prisoner-scientists in Buchenwald who made a vaccine against ... typhus. Their untold secret: they provided the real vaccine to camp inmates but a fake one to German troops at the eastern front"--Dust jacket back.
Describes the true story of how the eccentric Polish scientist tasked by the Nazis to create a typhus vaccine hid the intelligentsia from the Gestapo by hiring them to work in his laboratory.
Medical Library (Lane)
online resource (xxi, 760 pages) : color illustrations
  • Introduction
  • USMLE Step 1-The Basics
  • Defining Your Goal
  • Timeline for Study
  • Study Materials
  • Test-Taking Strategies
  • Clinical Vignette Strategies
  • If You Think You Failed
  • If You Failed
  • Testing Agencies
  • References
  • Section I Supplement Special Situations
  • First Aid for the International Medical Graduate
  • First Aid for the Osteopathic Medical Student
  • First Aid for the Podiatric Medical Student
  • First Aid for the Student with a Disability
  • Section II High-Yield General Principles
  • How to Use the Database
  • Behavioral Science
  • Biochemistry
  • Microbiology
  • Immunology
  • Pathology
  • Pharmacology
  • Section III High-Yield Organ Systems
  • Approaching the Organ Systems
  • Cardiovascular
  • Endocrine
  • Gastrointestinal
  • Hematology and Oncology
  • Musculoskeletal, Skin, and Connective Tissue
  • Neurology
  • Psychiatry
  • Renal
  • Reproductive.
Medical Library (Lane)
xvii, 573 pages ; 28 cm
  • Part one : Guide to the USMLE Step 2 CS. Introduction
  • USMLE Step 2 CS : the basics
  • Preparing for the Step 2 CS
  • Test-day tips
  • First Aid for the IMG
  • Supplement : The USMLE Step 2 CS travel guide
  • Part two : The patient encounter. Introduction
  • Doorway information
  • Taking the history
  • The physical exam
  • Closure
  • How to interact with special patients
  • Challenging questions and situations
  • Counseling
  • The patient note
  • Part three : Minicases
  • Part four : Practice cases
  • Part five : Top-rated review resources
  • Appendix
  • About the authors.
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