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Essentials of Kumar and Clark's Clinical Medicine (Pocket Essentials): Medicine & Health Science Books @ lingrlichcarocoun.tk 'This book is stunning in its breadth and ease-of-use. It still remains the "gold standard", thorough guide to clinical medicine its forefathers were.' BMA Medical . Kumar and Clark's Clinical Medicine by Parveen Kumar, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

It still remains the "gold standard", thorough guide to clinical medicine its forefathers were.

New online editor, Adam Feather, with a team of young doctors to augment the e-book which accompanies the print book with clinical tips, key learning points, drug tips, learning challenges, case studies and MCQs. Full text redesign to incorporate: New system overview diagrams for clinical chapters.

New coloured headings to help identify content relating to disease, management, investigations etc. Authors comprise consultants at the top of their fields, paired with younger doctors closer to the exam experience, to ensure authority and relevance.

International Advisory Board, led by Professor Janaka de Silva and Professor Senaka Rajapakse, providing guidance for global coverage from across the world. When in doubt, clinicians should also ask what sort of information they would want for themselves, their families and friends.

They should also remember that the graver the risk, the more necessary it is to disclose information about it, even when the chance of it occurring is small. Indeed, in deciding what information to disclose to patients about risks, clinicians may know little about how they perceive their interests.

Since it is the health and lives of patients that are potentially at risk, the moral focus of such disclosure should be on what is acceptable to them rather than to the medical profession. Here consent is given explicitly in relation to specific information about the proposed treatment. Consent to lesser forms of physical intervention e.

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Clinicians should always remember that a signed consent form is not legal or professional proof that proper express consent has been obtained. Informed consent should be viewed as an educational process.

Signed consent forms are symbols of the completion rather than the success of this process. Consent may also be implied by the fact that the patient accepts treatment without question, protest or any other physical sign that might be associated with rejection. Implied consent is ordinarily given against the background of an express consent to a specific treatment, which has already been obtained.

For example, once patients have given their express consent for being connected to a drip, there is no need for them to give further consent whenever its contents are replenished. Patients have not given their implied consent to a specific treatment simply because they have presented themselves for care in a hospital. They must be given appropriate information about the proposed care and provide express consent to it.

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Patients and doctors should make decisions in a spirit of partnership. Medical students or their supervisors should always obtain the explicit consent of patients to provide case histories or to be examined for purely educational purposes. Students should always make it clear to patients that they are not qualified doctors.

Confidentiality If clinicians violate the privacy of their patients, they risk causing harm rather than protecting patients from it. These rights are protected by common and statute law. Doctors who breach the confidentiality of patients may face severe professional and legal sanctions. Respecting confidentiality in practice Patients should be informed of the ways in which information about them will need to be shared with other clinicians and healthcare workers involved in their treatment.

On the basis of this information, unless patients state the contrary, they give their implied consent for this information to be shared.

Where patients object to particular information being shared, their wish should be respected unless this interferes with the successful execution of their treatment. Information should be sought from patients as early as possible about whom they would wish to be given information about their condition and treatment. A note should be made of their wishes in the clinical record. In almost all clinical circumstances, therefore, the confidentiality of patients must be respected. When confidentiality must or may be breached The principle of privacy in medicine is not absolute.

Sometimes, the law dictates that clinicians must reveal private information about patients to others in contexts that they may or do object to. At other times, they have the discretion to do so, in accordance with good professional practice. Both circumstances highlight the difficult ethical tension, which can be posed between the rights of individual patients and the interests of the public.

The right to privacy does not entail the right to harm others in exercising it. In all these circumstances, patients should be informed of any intent to breach their confidentiality, unless doing so may place the clinician or others at risk of serious harm. I love it!

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I am a 3rd year medical student in Greece. I used it throughout this year and I planning to use this for the rest of my student years I am not really into internal medicine and this book is working miracles in the field!

There are better books out there, but its a nice little short version of internal medicine, and includes nice pictures. See all 10 reviews. Customers who bought this item also bought. Biomedicine Review: Catherine Follis DC. There's a problem loading this menu right now.

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Books by Parveen Kumar. Both circumstances highlight the difficult ethical tension, which can be posed between the rights of individual patients and the interests of the public.

I am not really into internal medicine and this book is working miracles in the field!