2014 BMA Medical Book Awards Highly Commended in Medicine category! MacLeod’s Clinical Examination
MacLeods Clinical Examination sets out clearly and concisely how to evaluate symptoms and elicit relevant physical signs. It describes the practical skills which every clinician must acquire and develop in order to evolve diagnostic procedures and management strategies and plans. ‘Highly Commended’ in the 2006 and 2010 BMA Medical Book Competitions, this Thirteenth Edition contains over 500 clinical photographs and diagrams to illustrate the text, with new topics added to make the book even more comprehensive.
Key Features of MacLeod’s Clinical Examination
- The book starts with a general overview section on history taking and the general examination that provides the framework on which to hang the detail.
- The systematic examination section documents clearly the relevant history, examination and special investigations as well as giving advice on their significance.
No. of pages: 472Language: EnglishCopyright: © Churchill Livingstone 2013Published: 21st June 2013Imprint: Churchill LivingstoneeBook ISBN: 9780702053375eBook ISBN: 9780702052187
- Available with full online access on Student Consult and ancillary videos demonstrating key clinical examination routines following the format laid out in the book.
- There are two new chapters on examination in specific situations:
- The frail elderly
- The febrile adult
- A new section explicitly spells out how to demonstrate the techniques learned in the book in an OSCE and other formative and summative examinations.
- Over 50 new text boxes highlight the evidence-base for the examination techniques discussed.
- An Advisory Board of students, junior doctors, and representatives from the nursing, ambulance, Primary Care and academic communities from six countries has made detailed comments and critically appraised the entire book.
- The text has been substantially rewritten with more on medically unexplained symptoms in the History Taking chapter and extended coverage of diabetes mellitus in the Endocrine System chapter.
- Integrated with the online text are clinical examination videos of trained professionals performing many of the examination routines described in the book with a new accompanying commentary by the Editor, Professor Colin Robertson
- Two new videos show how the Glasgow Coma Scale should be performed in clinical situations, demonstrating the correct techniques and also common pitfalls in using the GCS.