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REDI-REFERENCE CLINICAL GUIDELINES 5.1

REDI-REFERENCE CLINICAL GUIDELINES 5.1

REDI-REFERENCE CLINICAL GUIDELINES Publisher's Description

REDI-REFERENCE CLINICAL GUIDELINES (January 2005) gives concise yet complete summaries of the most important national clinical guidelines at your fingertips, and updates those guidelines regularly as new information comes out. ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE BOOK REVIEW:

"Redi-Reference Clinical Guidelines Handbook is a powerful tool for bringing evidence-based medicine to the point of care. (Nov. 20, 2001)"

INTERNAL MEDICINE NEWS:

Well-organized, concise collection of selected national clinical guidelines…...Well-designed navigation allows rapid access to useful information, and regular program updates insure a current resource. Useful for primary care providers. (March 1, 2003)

The Clinical Guidelines handbook has also been endorsed by THE AMERICAN BOARD OF QUALITY ASSURANCE AND UTILIZATION REVIEW PHYSICIANS.

A selection of national guidelines included in this Redi-Reference include:

CARDIOLOGY: American Heart Association Guidelines on the treatment of Atrial Fibrillation; NIH guidelines on the treatment of Hypertension (JNC 7 report); Consensus Recommendations on the treatment of Congestive Heart Failure; American College Chest Physicians Fifth Consensus Conference on Antithrombotic Therapy with Recommendations on the treatment of DVT and PE; The Second Report of the Expert Panel on Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol in Adults;

INFECTIOUS DISEASES - The current CDC/AAP/AAFP Childhood Immunization Schedule; Center for Disease Control Recommendations for Adult Immunizations; The Infectious Diseases Society of America Guidelines for Management of Community Acquired Pneumonia in Adults; Guidelines on Management of Acute Infectious Diarrhea in Adults; Center for Disease Control Public Health Service guidelines for the management of health-care worker exposures to HIV and recommendations for postexposure prophylaxis; A report from the Drug-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae Therapeutic Working Group: Recommendations for treatment of Otitis Media; American Heart Association Guidelines on Prevention of Bacterial Endocarditis; Center for Disease Control STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) Treatment Guidelines (2002); Practice Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of group A Streptococcal Pharyngitis

PULMONARY: The National Institute of Health National Asthma Education Program Guidelines for the Treatment of Asthma; as well as guidelines in PSYCHIATRY, NEUROLOGY, ENDOCRINEOLOGY, GYNECOLOGY and others.

Redi-Reference-Clinical Guidelines was developed for hand held platforms so that it is at once comprehensive in the information that it provides, but does not take up too much memory. The total memory for Redi-Reference-Clinical Guidelines is 225Kb, using compression technology.

Also included at no extra cost is a desktop documnt of the guideline summaries for easy access from you desktop computer using any web browser, so that Redi-Reference Clinical Guidelines can serve as an important information resource on your Palm OS device or desktop PC.

In addition to the electronic reference Manuel, Redi-Reference provides periodic updates for one year after purchase so that the hand-held database is current as new guidelines come out, or current guidelines are changed.

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