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COMMUNITY PHARMACY. SYMPTOMS, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT

Rutter, P.

ISBN-139780702069970
PublicadoFebrero 2017 (Previsto)
Edición
IdiomaInglés
Páginas416
Peso1.000 gramos
Dimensiones19 x 25 x cms.
EditorialELSEVIER
DisponibilidadA su publicación
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Description

Now in its fourth edition, this best-selling book is fully updated to address the ever increasing demands on healthcare professionalsto deliver high-quality patient care. A multitude of factors impinge on healthcare delivery today, including an ageing population, more sophisticated medicines, high patient expectation and changing health service infrastructure. Time demands on primary care doctorshave caused other models of service delivery to be adopted across the world, leading to ongoing changes in the traditional boundariesof care between doctors, nurses, and pharmacists. Certain medical tasks are now being performed by nurses and pharmacists, forexample prescribing. Healthcare policies to encourage patients to manage their own health have led to more medicines becomingavailable over the counter, allowing community pharmacists to manage and treat a wide range of conditions. Further deregulation of medicines to treat acute illness from different therapeutic areas seems likely. Government policy now encourages chronic diseasemanagement as a self-care activity, and could well be the largest area for future growth of reclassification of medicines. Pharmacists,now more than ever before, need to be able to recognise the signs and symptoms, and use an evidence-based approach to treatment.

Community Pharmacy is intended for all non-medical prescribers but especially for pharmacists, from undergraduate students to experienced practitioners.

Key features

  • Guidance for arriving at a differential diagnosis
  • Practical prescribing tips
  • Trigger points for referral boxes
  • Other hints and tips boxes
  • Specifc questions to ask boxes
  • Case studies
  • Self-assessment questions 

Consistent approach gives:

  • Anatomy overview
  • History taking and physical examination
  • Prevalence and epidemiology
  • Aetiology
  • Arriving at a differential diagnosis
  • Clinical features
  • Conditions to eliminate

Likely causes

Unlikely causes

Very unlikely causes

  • Evidence base for OTC medicine
  • Practical prescribing and product selection

New to this Edition

  • More on the examination of eyes, ears and mouth
  • New sections on future-proofing (vaccinations etc.)
  • New material covering inter-professional education for clinical skills.
  • Now on StudentConsult

Author Information
By Paul Rutter, FFRPS MRPharmS PhD, Professor of Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy, University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton, UK

 

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