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Best Practice for iPhone: diagnosis decision support
 
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http://itunes.apple.com/app/best-practice-decision-support/id378368562 Have confidence in your clinical decisions! Check guidelines and evidence, consult expert opinion, brush up on rare conditions, and confirm that you are taking the correct course of action. Download the free Best Practice app from the App Store Quick, easy access is ideal for clinicians, medical students, nurses, and other healthcare practitioners and trainers. Authoritative information (from the world-renowned BMJ Evidence Centre) is structured around the patient consultation, providing quick answers to questions about diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and prevention. An instant second opinion, without the need for checking multiple resources. The Best Practice app includes 20 free sample topics with in-app upgrades to add content across a range of specialties. "Very impressive resource." Declan Byrne, SpR, Geriatric Medicine, Ireland "The app was well-made and very useful." Thomas Timothy, Medical Student, UK Finding answers • Browse or search across a wide range of symptoms or diseases • Sort results by category or frequency (common / uncommon) • Browse alphabetically, by category, or programme your own specialty • Zoom into images Making decisions • Rapidly review action-orientated information to support quick, evidence-based decision making • Drill down and navigate easily through information including: - summary and overview - basics including definition, epidemiology, aetiology, pathophysiology and classification - key diagnostic steps, tests and guidelines - treatment approaches and guidelines - prevention guidance - complications, prognosis and follow-up recommendations - evidence and reference links • Bookmark, annotate or email any page • Trustworthy, Comprehensive • Authoritative, peer-reviewed information • Multiple sign-off editorial process • Unrivalled breadth and depth of coverage (over 10,000 diagnoses) • Comprehensively referenced including links to cited full text articles • Integrated evidence links including evidence level scores • Embedded PDF guidelines Free topics Your app download includes 20 sample topics: • Acne rosacea • Adenocarcinoma of unknown origin • Amyloidosis • Asthma in adults • Atrial septal defects • Barrett's oesophagus • Blepharitis • Coeliac disease • Cryptosporidiosis • Dystonias • Evaluation of abdominal pain in children • Evaluation of anemia • Evaluation of aphasia • Evaluation of respiratory acidosis • Hemochromatosis • Oral leukoplakia • Orbital fractures • Polycystic kidneys • Retinoblastoma • Type 1 diabetes Easy in-app upgrades To get the best out of the Best Practice app, purchase annual subscriptions to extra content packages from within the app to meet your specific information needs: • Ophthalmology and ENT • Psychiatry • Urology and Nephrology • Rheumatology • Dermatology • General surgery and Orthopaedics • Endocrinology and metabolic disorders • Neurology and Neurosurgery • Haematology and Oncology • Cardiovascular disorders and surgery • Gastroenterology and Nutrition • Respiratory, Allergy and immunology • Geriatric medicine • Infectious diseases • Emergency and Critical care medicine • Maternal, child health and Genetics Content packages range in price from £9.99 to £59.99 for the entire content set. For size reasons, initial content package downloads exclude images. Images can be viewed when the app is online, or downloaded separately (free) for offline use.
Views: 3664 BMJEvidenceCentre
Stool concentration techniques
 
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This video demonstrates both the sedimentation (formol-ether) and flotation (zinc sulfate) methods of stool (feces) concentration.
Views: 33619 Sridhar Rao
Best Practice for iPhone: treatment decision support
 
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http://itunes.apple.com/app/best-practice-decision-support/id378368562 Have confidence in your clinical decisions! Check guidelines and evidence, consult expert opinion, brush up on rare conditions, and confirm that you are taking the correct course of action. Download the free Best Practice app from the App Store Quick, easy access is ideal for clinicians, medical students, nurses, and other healthcare practitioners and trainers. Authoritative information (from the world-renowned BMJ Evidence Centre) is structured around the patient consultation, providing quick answers to questions about diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and prevention. An instant second opinion, without the need for checking multiple resources. The Best Practice app includes 20 free sample topics with in-app upgrades to add content across a range of specialties. "Very impressive resource." Declan Byrne, SpR, Geriatric Medicine, Ireland "The app was well-made and very useful." Thomas Timothy, Medical Student, UK Finding answers • Browse or search across a wide range of symptoms or diseases • Sort results by category or frequency (common / uncommon) • Browse alphabetically, by category, or programme your own specialty • Zoom into images Making decisions • Rapidly review action-orientated information to support quick, evidence-based decision making • Drill down and navigate easily through information including: - summary and overview - basics including definition, epidemiology, aetiology, pathophysiology and classification - key diagnostic steps, tests and guidelines - treatment approaches and guidelines - prevention guidance - complications, prognosis and follow-up recommendations - evidence and reference links • Bookmark, annotate or email any page • Trustworthy, Comprehensive • Authoritative, peer-reviewed information • Multiple sign-off editorial process • Unrivalled breadth and depth of coverage (over 10,000 diagnoses) • Comprehensively referenced including links to cited full text articles • Integrated evidence links including evidence level scores • Embedded PDF guidelines Free topics Your app download includes 20 sample topics: • Acne rosacea • Adenocarcinoma of unknown origin • Amyloidosis • Asthma in adults • Atrial septal defects • Barrett's oesophagus • Blepharitis • Coeliac disease • Cryptosporidiosis • Dystonias • Evaluation of abdominal pain in children • Evaluation of anemia • Evaluation of aphasia • Evaluation of respiratory acidosis • Hemochromatosis • Oral leukoplakia • Orbital fractures • Polycystic kidneys • Retinoblastoma • Type 1 diabetes Easy in-app upgrades To get the best out of the Best Practice app, purchase annual subscriptions to extra content packages from within the app to meet your specific information needs: • Ophthalmology and ENT • Psychiatry • Urology and Nephrology • Rheumatology • Dermatology • General surgery and Orthopaedics • Endocrinology and metabolic disorders • Neurology and Neurosurgery • Haematology and Oncology • Cardiovascular disorders and surgery • Gastroenterology and Nutrition • Respiratory, Allergy and immunology • Geriatric medicine • Infectious diseases • Emergency and Critical care medicine • Maternal, child health and Genetics Content packages range in price from £9.99 to £59.99 for the entire content set. For size reasons, initial content package downloads exclude images. Images can be viewed when the app is online, or downloaded separately (free) for offline use.
Views: 1345 BMJEvidenceCentre
Leopard Gecko Time Lapse Tail Regeneration (Regenerated Leopard Gecko Tail)
 
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This video is of a leopard gecko tail regeneration over 60 days. Look for other videos of fat tail geckos and leopard geckos from JMG reptile.
Views: 99796 Jeff Galewood
Frontiers in One Health -- Disease Resurgence From Climactic and Ecological Change
 
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May 16th, 2011 Dr. Jonathan Patz, M.D., M.P.H., from the Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment in Madison, Wisconsin, examines the health effects of global warming and environmental change. He provides an overview of how human activities have contributed to climate alterations and goes on to explore the ways in which climate change will impact the health of humans, animals, and ecosystems. He pays particular attention to the predicted rise in rise in vector borne diseases, and the resurgence of malaria in the Amazon.
Views: 1345 UC Davis Vet Med
Simple and useful tip on how to save your leopard gecko from impaction
 
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This video has is created on how to save your leopard gecko from impaction. If you don't want to read the description, watch the video. The symptoms of impaction are stop eating and stop pooping. 1. Leave your leopard gecko in warm water (level as high as its knees) for 30 minutes. 2.Make massage in the warm water for about 5- 15min. Then leave the gecko to relax. The results will be visible at the night, when it poops. Do the same think every day, until it works. Some drops of mineral or olive oil would help. I saved my leopard gecko Casey that way. Hope that helps! Good luck! Please Rate, Comment and Subscribe! Every like helps my channel grow! Have a nice day!
Views: 33728 NicKtheGreeK

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