Bethesda Handbook of Clinical Oncology, 3rd Edition by Jame Abraham, James L. Gulley, Carmen J. Allegra
By Jame Abraham, James L. Gulley, Carmen J. Allegra
Written by means of clinicians from the nationwide melanoma Institute and different major associations, this entire, transparent, concise oncology instruction manual is designed in particular for fast bedside session. It covers all malignancies and gives busy clinicians useful instructions on day-by-day sufferer administration, together with general therapy regimens and chemotherapy dosing and schedules. The hassle-free structure positive aspects tables, charts, bullet issues, and algorithms. The completely up to date 3rd version locations an elevated emphasis on functional scientific info, and comprises new chemotherapeutic brokers, dosages, and therapy regimens and the newest medical trials information. New chapters specialize in simple genomics for working towards oncologists and simple rules of radiation. The succinct but distinct presentation is perfect for board overview in addition to medical reference.
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