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By Stephen N. Adler, Debra Adler-Klein MD, Dianne B. Gasbarra

ISBN-10: 0781778719

ISBN-13: 9780781778718

The revised, up-to-date 5th variation of this notebook is a convenient connection with seek advice while making bedside interpretations of scientific info. Remarkably whole for its small measurement, the booklet lists approximately 2 hundred signs, actual indicators, laboratory try effects, and radiologic findings and their differential diagnoses.

This version has a brand new, extra undemanding two-color layout, tabs indicating sections, and shortened lists of the commonest diagnoses. An accelerated part on HIV an infection covers new manifestations, together with immune reconstitution syndrome. The infectious affliction bankruptcy has been revised to mirror its expanding significance in scientific drugs, the emergence of multi-drug resistant micro organism, and the specter of bioterrorism.

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Hyperthyroidism, p. 416. See Bibliography, 2. 2. Braverman LE, Utiger RD. Introduction to thyrotoxicosis, p. 454. See Bibliography, 4. 3-E. 68 TSH synthetic defect Treatment with bexarotene and other retinoid X receptor-selective ligands Increased Requirement for Oral Levothyroxine Decreased gastrointestinal absorption of levothyroxine tablets • Drugs that interfere with levothyroxine absorption ♦ Aluminum hydroxide-containing antacids ♦ Bile acid sequestrants ♦ Calcium ♦ Ciprofloxacin ♦ Ferrous sulfate and ferrous fumarate ♦ Raloxifene ♦ Sodium polystyrene sulfonate ♦ Sucralfate Increased levothyroxine metabolism • Carbamazepine • Phenobarbital • Phenytoin • Rifampin Increased levothyroxine requirement by an unknown mechanism • Lovastatin • Sertraline Levothyroxine malabsorption • Celiac disease and other malabsorption syndromes • Large quantities of fiber, bran, or soy References 1.

LeWinter MM, Kabbani S. Pericardial diseases. See Bibliography, 5. 2. Manning WJ. Pericardial disease. See Bibliography, 2. 2-I. , lymphoma) • After cardiothoracic surgery • Benign obstruction of thoracic duct Hemopericardium2 • Trauma ♦ Blunt and/or penetrating ♦ Postsurgical • Aortic dissection 33 34 • Anticoagulants • Chemotherapeutic agents • Myocardial infarction • Cardiac rupture • Aortic or pulmonary artery rupture • Coagulopathy • Uremia Myxedema1 References 1. LeWinter MM, Kabbani S. Pericardial diseases.

See Bibliography, 2. 2. Myerburg RJ, Castellanos A. Cardiac arrest and sudden cardiac death. See Bibliography, 5. 2-L. 43 • Atelectasis ♦ Malpositioned endotracheal tube ♦ Foreign body ♦ Secretions • Aspiration Heart and pericardium 38 39 • Hemopericardium and cardiac tamponade • Lacerated heart or coronary vessels • Ruptured ventricle Visceral injury • Acute gastric dilatation • Gastroesophageal, liver, or splenic laceration • Mesenteric ischemia Acute renal failure Embolism to distal vessels with ischemia Fat embolism Volume overload Metabolic alkalosis • Sodium bicarbonate administration • Posthypercapnic Bacteremia Reference 1.

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