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Procedures for Primary Care 2nd Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I used it straight out of residency to guide me thru performing procedures in practice that I'd never or seldom done before.
The text and diagrams are so clear, and with very practical information, that doing these procedures was easy and complication-free.
It''s also great bc it gives useful stuff like sample consent forms, sample hx forms, and a concise listing of contraindications and potential complications, not to mention specific billing / coding information.
this new edition is more comprehensive than ever, and covers just about any minor (or major) procedure you would ever consider performing as a family medicine physician.
I refer to it on a regular basis in my clinic, and highly recommend it.
to help save patients the cost of going to see a specialist and
it is always helpful to review procedures that you have not done in a while w/
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have used this for a few procedures. It is very concise and leaves you with no questions and all the confidence to read one, do one, teach one.Published on June 18, 2014 by Sparky
I am very happy with this aquisition. The delivery was very fast and without incidents. Thank you!Published on February 28, 2009 by Carmen Lgriza
a must have book for primary care providers. Worth every cent you paid for it.Published on September 7, 2008 by Augusto F. Parcero Jr.
I bought this book as recommended by my PD. It seems like a great resource for any procedure one might think and do.Published on July 4, 2008 by R. Ramaswamy
This is the only reference you will need for doing office-based primary care procedures. I've been using it for years and highly recommend it to all of the family medicine... Read morePublished on July 6, 2007 by A. Schechtman