Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library Acquisitions during March 2019
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Frameworks for internal medicine
Mansoor, André M., author
Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer, 
Sect. 1: How to use this book -- Sect. 2: The framework system -- Sect. 3: Cardiology -- Sect. 4: Endocrinology -- Sect. 5: Gastroenterology and hepatology -- Sect. 6: General internal medicine -- Sect. 7: Hematology -- Sect. 8: Infectious diseases -- Sect. 9: Nephrology -- Sect. 10: Neurology -- Sect. 11: Pulmonology -- Sect. 12: Rheumatology -- Sect. 13: Educator's appendix.
"Frameworks for Internal Medicine is a visual and organized approach to teaching DDx for the internal medicine rotation. Although aimed at internal medicine, it is suitable for clerkship students in other rotations as well, especially family medicine, as well as students in PA and NP. Based on the author's experiences teaching "chalk talks" to medical clerkship students, the text draws on the author's own knowledge and background and covers the top conditions students must learn during the IM rotation This book preserves the art of Socratic teaching, a method that reaches back 2500 years. Not only does the process reveal what is known but, even more clearly, it reveals what is not known. Everybody learns. Students, teachers, and nurses learn. Laboratory personnel and patients learn. All will evolve and grow. It is a powerful thing to witness. Fifty of the most common clinical problems are illustrated in this book. The cache of questions will evolve as the anatomy of erudition points the way. This book contains frameworks that guide the discussion of the "the chosen fifty." The 60-year-old man with hematocrit of 32. The 29-year-old pregnant woman with pitting edema to the axillae. The acutely dyspneic long haul truck driver. The young person with fever of unknown origin. The framework prepares the teacher and the learners. It creates the environment most conducive to high-impact learning efficiency. In the end, it is the process rather than the framework. The process becomes generalized"--Provided by publisher.
Matthews Fuller RC71.5 .M23 2019
Clinical pathways in neuro-ophthalmology : an evidence-based approach
Smith, Stacy, author
New York : Thieme, 
Matthews Fuller RE725 .L44 2019
Child and adolescent psychotherapy : components of evidence-based treatments for youth and their parents
edited by Stephen Hupp
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2018
The science of psychotherapy with youth / Stephen Hupp, Fiona Macphee, & William Pelham -- Intellectual & adaptive functioning / Jessica F. Scherr, Elizabeth M. Kryszak, & James A. Mulick -- Autism spectrum / Elizabeth M. Kryszak, Jessica F. Scherr, & James A. Mulick -- Inattention & hyperactivity / Michael C. Meinzer, Christina M. Danko, Danielle R. Novick, John Vasko, & Andrea Chronis-Tuscano -- Learning / Mark Shriver -- Tics / Brianna Wellen & Michael B. Himle -- Psychosis / Sophie Browning, Anca Alba, Karen Bracegirdle, & Suzanne Jolley -- Bipolar spectrum / Sally Weinstein, Amy West, & Ashley Isaia -- Depression / Deepika Bose & Jeremy Pettit -- Anxiety / Sarah Francis, Susan Doyle, & Shannon Manley -- Obsessions & compulsions / Dean McKay & Katherine Kennedy -- Attachment & trauma / Monique LeBlanc, Megan Lilly, Whitney Rostad, & Brittany Babycos -- Feeding / Peter A. Girolami & John Borgen -- Eating / Emily Stefano, Brooke Bennett, Frances Bozsik, Danae Hudson, & Brooke Whisenhunt -- Toileting / Michael I. Axelrod -- Sleep / Bieke D. Puncochar & Sarah Morsbach Honaker -- Disruptive behavior & conduct / Ann F. Garland -- Substance use / Aaron Hogue, Molly Bobek, Tiffany John, Nicole Piazza, & Jacqueline Fisher -- Therapy relationships and relational elements / Stephen Shirk -- Closing the research to practice gap / Amy Altszuler, Stephen Hupp, & William Pelham.
"Every day, millions of children experience serious mental health issues such as symptoms related to autism, psychosis, mania, depression, and anxiety. Moreover, many youth struggle with issues related to trauma, eating, sleep, disruptive behavior, and substance use. Most of these youth do not receive evidence-based treatments. Instead, they commonly receive untested, ineffective, and even harmful treatments. Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy presents the research-supported treatment packages and their individual components for every major mental health issue facing infants, children, and adolescents. Each chapter also identifies and analyzes other variables and resources that influence treatment: parents, assessment, comorbidity, demographics and medication. Useful resources are included for each mental health issued covered in the book. The chapters are organized in the same order as they appear in the DSM-5."--Back cover.
Matthews Fuller RJ504 .C45 2018
Brain health as you age : a practical guide to maintenance and prevention
Simmons, Steven P., 1966- author
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Why do we care about brain health? -- What is your brain, and how does it work? -- The aging brain : what's normal, what's not -- Warning signs that something is not right -- Delirium -- Sudden confusion : a case example of delirium -- Defining the dementing diseases -- Other insults to the brain -- Lowering your risk for cognitive decline and dementia -- Examples of specific cognitive exercises to lower your risk -- Managing expectations -- Sexuality in normal aging and dementia -- Practical advice for people with dementia and their caregivers -- Advice in the case of stroke or other sudden onset cognitive problems -- Caregiver survival guide -- Tales from the other side of the bed : a patient's perspective.
While we may expect to live longer, many wonder if their brains will keep up with their bodies. This book looks at typical functions and declines of an aging brain, the signs and symptoms of problems, the available treatments, the financial responsibilities, and the factors that determine what kinds of care people might need as they age.
Matthews Full Consumer He RC394.M46 S56 2018
Parenting through puberty : mood swings, acne, and growing pains
Kowal-Connelly, Suanne, author
Itasca, IL : American Academy of Pediatrics, 
"Puberty is tough on kids--and maybe even more so on parents! Parenting Through Puberty explains the physical and emotional changes you can expect to see in your child. Dr. Kowal-Connelly covers the nitty-gritty of adolescents' changing bodies, and, critically, addresses the emotional toll puberty can take, covering issues of moodiness, body image, and self-esteem. Dr. Kowal-Connelly's reassuring advice also includes ways to encourage your tween or teen to embrace a healthy, active lifestyle in these crucial years, with tips on exercise and nutrition"--Publisher's description.
Matthews Full Consumer He QP84.4 .K69 2019
Making tough decisions about end-of-life care in dementia
Kenny, Anne, 1959- author
Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018
Understanding the end and the need for letting go -- Preparing to let go : emotions of caring -- Making decisions for others -- Legal aspects of decisions -- Complex medical decisions -- Decisions about places of care -- Changing care needs in the end of life -- Changing needs for the caregiver/partner at the end of life -- Active dying -- Afterloss and adjustment.
"Each year, more than 500,000 people are diagnosed with dementia in the United States. As stunning as that figure is, countless family members and caregivers are also affected by each diagnosis. Families are faced with the need to make vital end-of-life decisions about medical treatment, legal and financial matters, and living situations for those who no longer can; no one is prepared for this process. And many caregivers grapple with sadness, confusion, guilt, anger, and physical and mental exhaustion as dementia enters its final stage. In Making Tough Decisions about End-of-Life Care in Dementia , Dr. Anne Kenny, a skilled palliative care physician, describes how to navigate the difficult journey of late-stage dementia with sensitivity, compassion, and common sense. Combining her personal experience caring for a mother with dementia with her medical expertise in both dementia and end-of-life care, Dr. Kenny helps the reader prepare for a family member's death while managing their own emotional health. Drawing on stories of families that Dr. Kenny has worked with to illustrate common issues, concerns, and situations that occurs in late-stage dementia, this book includes practical advice about * making life-altering decisions while preparing for a loved one's inevitable death * medical care, pain, insomnia, medication, and eating * caring for the caregiver * having conversations about difficult topics with other family members and with health care, legal, and financial professionals Concrete to-do lists and lists of important points provide information at a glance for busy caregivers. Each chapter concludes with a list of additional resources for more information and help. Making Tough Decisions about End-of-Life Care in Dementia is a lifeline, an invaluable guide to assist in the late stage of dementia." --
Matthews Full Consumer He RC521 .K46 2018
Complex psychological trauma : the centrality of relationship
Kinsler, Philip J., author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Matthews Fuller RC552.T7 K56 2018
Understanding hepatitis : an introduction for patients and caregivers
Ali, Naheed, 1981- author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Introduction: importance of liver health -- Anatomy of hepatitis -- Physiology of hepatitis -- Digestive health -- Circulatory system health -- History of hepatitis -- Global scale of hepatitis -- Pathology of hepatitis -- Risk factors and causes -- Diagnosis of hepatitis -- Role of primary care physicians in hepatitis -- Role of hepatologists -- Role of gastroenterologists -- Role of hospitals -- Hepatitis and cholesterol -- Hepatitis and obesity -- Hepatitis and heart disease -- Hepatitis and liver cancer -- Types of liver disorders -- Related nonhepatic disorders -- Natural approaches for hepatitis -- Exercises for hepatitis patients -- Pharmacological approaches to hepatitis -- Hepatitis and surgery -- Mental aspects -- Adjusting lifestyle as a hepatitis patient -- Advancements in hepatitis clinical research -- Collective efforts -- Hope, patience, confidence and responsibility.
Hepatitis afflicts many people and is a growing cause for concern. Naheed Ali, MD, breaks down the history, causes, symptoms, and treatment of hepatitis so readers, both patients and those who love them, can better understand the disease and address the needs of the sufferer from a whole person perspective. --Publisher
Matthews Full Consumer He RC848.H425 A45 2018
How to be sick : a Buddhist-inspired guide for the chronically ill and their caregivers
Bernhard, Toni, author
Somerville, MA : Wisdom Publications, 
Foreword -- Getting sick : a romantic trip to Paris -- Staying sick : this can't be happening to me -- The Buddha tells it like it is -- The universal law of impermanence -- Who is sick? who is in pain? -- Finding joy in the life you can no longer lead -- Soothing the body, mind, and heart -- Using compassion to alleviate your suffering -- Facing the ups and downs of chronic illness with equanimity -- Getting off the wheel of suffering -- Tonglen : spinning straw into gold -- With our thoughts we make the world -- The present moment as a refuge -- Wise action: what to do and what not to do -- Zen helps -- Communicating with care -- Connecting with others and appreciating solitude -- And in the end ... -- A guide to using the practices to help with specific challenges.
In 2001, Toni Bernhard got sick and, to her and her partner's bewilderment, stayed that way. As they faced the confusion, frustration, and despair of a life with sudden limitations--a life that was vastly different from the one they'd thought they'd have together--Toni had to learn how to be sick. In spite of her many physical and energetic restrictions (and sometimes, because of them), Toni learned how to live a life of equanimity, compassion, and joy. This book reminds us that our own inner freedom is limitless, regardless of our external circumstances. Updated with new insights and practices hard-won from Toni's own ongoing life experience, this is a must-read for anyone who is, or who might one day be, sick or in pain. --Publisher.
Matthews Full Consumer He BQ5400 .B46 2018
Fundamental mathematics for epidemiology study
Merrill, Ray M., author
Burlington, Massachusetts : Jones & Bartlett Learning, 
"Mathematical concepts and their applications are fundamental to epidemiology. However, many public health students lack adequate quantitative background and find themselves struggling with simple math such as converting fractions to decimals; filling in 2 by 2 tables; reading story problems; understanding the difference between ratios, proportions, and rates; and connecting selected math concepts to epidemiologic study designs. Other students have been taught the math principles that deal with epidemiology, but did not learn how to apply these mathematical tools to research study designs. As the first of its kind, this book reviews fundamental math concepts and procedures for epidemiology. Students will learn how to connect the math principles and procedures to the epidemiologic study designs. They will also will gain opportunities to apply the math principles to real-life problems and case studies. Key Features: Provides step-by-step, practical real-life examples of math principles and procedure in epidemiology along with non-intimidating worksheets. Includes links to online videos and problems that can be solved iteratively, with instant feedback. Offers a pre- and post-test in each chapter to allow students to test out what they've learned. The pretest identifies current understanding and application ability. Students are then provided tailored feedback on what they need to focus on in the lesson. The post-test identifies where deficiencies were met or if the student needs to go back and review certain concepts or procedures again."--
Matthews Fuller RA652.2.M3 M462 2018
A workbook of acceptance-based approaches for weight concerns : the accept yourself! framework / Margit I. Berman
Berman, Margit I., author
New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
"This three-part workbook offers a concise and forgiving research-based guide to clients difficulties with sustained weight loss. Part 1 is a review of a clients previous efforts at weight control and image change, as well as information and a review of research to help understand previous issues with weight loss. Part 2 contains information and exercises to help the client develop a new acceptance of their body and their relationship with food, as well as tools to develop mindfulness and self-compassion. Part 3 will help identify, experiment with, and commit to values related to food, appearance, and tackling troublesome mental and practical barriers along the way.? "--Provided by publisher.
Matthews Fuller RC552.E18 B47 2018
Pediatric infectious diseases : essentials for practice
editor, Samir S. Shah ; associate editors, Alex R. Kemper, Adam J. Ratner
New York : McGraw-Hill, 
"The most practice-oriented guide to diagnosing and managing infectious diseases in children"--
Matthews Fuller RJ401 .P412 2018
Williams' essentials of nutrition and diet therapy
Schlenker, Eleanor D., author
St. Louis, Missouri : Elsevier, 
Matthews Fuller RM216 .S358 2019
Children and environmental toxins : what everyone needs to know
Landrigan, Philip J., author
New York, NY, United States of America : Oxford University Press, 
Introduction -- The changing patterns of disease in children -- The chemical environment -- Children's unique vulnerability to toxic chemicals in the environment -- The links between toxic chemicals in the environment and disease in children -- Lead in the home -- Allergens and respiratory irritants at home -- Endocrine disruptors in the home -- Pesticides and herbicides -- Food -- Toxic chemicals and other hazards in the home -- Daycare -- Schools -- Epilogue.
"An accessible, authoritative guide to understanding the "silent spring" of threats in our collective backyard. More than 80,000 new chemicals have been developed and released into the global environment during the last four decades. Today the World Health Organization attributes more than one-third of all childhood deaths to environmental causes, and as rates of childhood disease skyrocket -- autism, asthma, ADHD, obesity, diabetes, and even birth defects -- it raises serious, difficult questions around how the chemical environment is impacting children's health. Children and Environmental Toxins: What Everyone Needs to Know® offers an accessible guide to understanding and identifying the potential sources of harm in a child's environment. Written by experts in pediatrics and environmental health and formatted in an easy to follow question-and-answer format, it offers parents, care providers, and activists a reliable introduction to a hotly debated topic. As the burdens of environmental toxins and disease continue to defy borders, this book provides a new benchmark to understanding the potential threats in our environment and food. No parent or care provider should be without it"--
Matthews Full Consumer He RA1225 .L35 2018
Patient care : death and life in the Emergency Room
Seward, Paul (M.D.), author
New York : Catapult, 2018
The young man's friend -- Shears -- The Intensive Care Nursery: baptism -- The burden of choice -- Hands -- Snap judgment -- A drowning -- The heart is a pump -- Colors -- Now and then it's fun -- Riley -- An assault -- A rash -- To breathe -- Nova -- Last rights -- Last wrongs -- Graduation -- An ordinary day -- Dead drunk -- An extraordinary day -- Epilogue.
Presents unique emergency medical cases and explores the ethical questions medical personnel have to ask themselves when caring for a stranger in their moment of crisis.
Matthews Fuller RA645.5 .S49 2018
Stronger after stroke : your roadmap to recovery
Levine, Peter G., author
New York, NY : Demos Health, an imprint of Springer Publishing Company, 
Stroke recovery essentials -- Plan you work and work your plan -- Say no to plateau -- Use your fantastic plastic brain -- A doctor made for stroke survivors -- Neuroscience: your new best friend -- Using the wisdom of athletes -- The ultimate stroke recovery drug -- Measuring progress -- Recovery hints and tricks -- Challenge equals recovery -- Use what you have -- Train well on a treadmill -- Mirrors reflect recovery -- The mind, the brain, and sticking to the task -- Let recovery flow -- The recovery calendar -- Roadmap to recovery -- Tips for the caregiver -- Safeguarding the recovery investment -- Reduce pain to increase recovery -- Stay off the killing floor -- Reduce the risk of another stroke -- Protect your bones -- Don't shorten -- Shoulder care -- Five test you should do -- Cool treatment options -- Constraint-induced therapy for the arm and hand -- Get your hand back -- Imagine it! -- Electrical stimulation for frugal dummies -- Stimulate your stride -- Mirror therapy (MT) -- Recovery of feeling -- Speak musically -- Constraint-induced therapy of speech -- You are game virtual reality -- The good trains the bad bilateral training -- Rhythm rehab for the arms and hands -- Walking in rhythm -- Shocking subluxation -- The neuroplastic model for "pusher" syndrome -- Elements of exercise essential to recovery -- Horizontal rehab: good sleep=good recovery -- Get a home exercise program -- Space to recover: the home gym -- Space to focus: the community gym -- Weight up! -- Bank energy and watch your investment grow -- Recovery strategies -- The four phases of stroke recovery -- The subacute phase: recovery's sweet spot -- Expanding the therapeutic footprint -- Therapy soup: mix and match -- Lifestyle as therapy -- Your work schedule -- Living recovery -- Keep the core values safe -- Hard but safe -- Eat to recover -- Make home movies -- Don't neglect the "good" side -- Guide your doctor -- Spasticity control and elimination -- Spasticity: the beast unmasked -- Neuroplastic beats spastic -- Spasticity, tone and contracture: even clinicians get it wrong -- Spasticity: Jekyll and Hyde? -- Give spasticity the one-two punch -- Motivation: recovery fuel -- Meeting the challenge of recovery -- Be a caveman -- When help hurts -- Reconsider medications -- This just got real: psychological adjustment after stroke -- Fight fatigue -- Walking your way to better walking -- The young adult stroke survivor (YASS): driven to recover -- Recovery machines -- Those amazing machines.
Puts the power of recovery in the reader's hands by providing simple-to-follow instructions for reaching the highest possible level of recovery. The book's neuroplastic recovery model stresses repetition of task-specific practice, proper scheduling of practice, setting goals, and measuring progress to achieve optimal results. Researcher Peter G. Levine breaks down the science and gives survivors evidence-based tools to retrain the brain and take charge of recovery. Introduces readers to leading-edge stroke recovery information while simplifying the process to attain specific benchmarks. Also included is a sample recovery schedule, a helpful glossary of frequently used stroke recovery terms, and a list of resources for readers to research emerging stroke recovery options. Also features: Complete update of all chapters to reflect new knowledge about maximizing recovery; the latest research insights applied to individual recovery programs; steps to cope with challenges at each stage of recovery and achieve success; DIY strategies to save time and money; new chapters on using electrical stimulation, reducing post-stroke pain, and understanding spasticity"--Back cover.
Matthews Full Consumer He RC388.5 .L48 2018
Perioperative pain management for general and plastic surgery
edited by Deepak Narayan, Alan D. Kaye, and Nalini Vadivelu
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Machine generated contents note: -- 1. Pain Pathways and Pain PhysiologyChane Price, Zahid Huq, Eellan Sivanesan, and Constantine Sarantopoulos2. NMDA Receptor Antagonists, Gabapentinoids, Alpha-2 Agonists, and DexamethasoneAlexander J. Feng, George C. Chang Chien, and Alan D. Kaye3. Barriers to Optimal Pain Management in the General Surgery PopulationAnand C. Thakur4. Preemptive, Preventive, and Multimodal AnalgesiaDaniel Chang, Mia Castro, Vineetha S. Ratnamma, Alessandra Verzelloni, Dionne Rudison, and Nalini Vadivelu5. Tumescent Anesthesia in General SurgeryJacob Cole, Victor Rivera, and Anthony Tucker6. Acetaminophen, NSAIDS, and COX-2 Selective Inhibitors UpdateKatherine Stammen, Harish Siddaiah, Cody Brechtel, Elyse M. Cornett, Charles J. Fox III, and Alan D. Kaye7. Neuraxial Analgesia and Anesthesia in Chronic Opioid Users and Patients with Pre-existing PainGrace Chen and Ashley Valentine8. Peripheral Nerve Block and Ultrasound ImagesPaul K. Cheng, Tariq M. Malik, and Magdalena Anitescu9. Long-Acting Perioperative OpioidsKenneth D. Candido and Teresa M. Kusper10. Pain Management in Breast SurgeryJarrod T. Bogue and Christine H. Rohde11. Pain Management in Body Contouring ProceduresCyril S. Gary, Samuel Kim, and Deepak Narayan12. Pain Management and Urinary RetentionSophia Delpe, Amanda Norwich, and Toby C. Chai13. Pain Management for General Pediatric SurgeryJodi-Ann Oliver, Lori-Ann Oliver, Michael Casimir, and Caroline Walker14. Nonpharmacologic Management of Postsurgical PainJessica Carter and Srinivas Pyati15. Pain Management in the Patient with Substance Use DisorderThomas Hickey and Jessica Feinleib16. Postoperative Pain ManagementQ. Cece Chen and Shengping Zou17. Clinical Consequences of Inadequate Pain Management and Barriers to Optimal Pain ManagementEvan Goodman, Magdalena Anitescu, and Tariq Malik,18. Prevention of Adverse Effects in Perioperative Pain Management for General and Plastic SurgeonsDaniel Krashin, Natalia Murinova, and Alan D. Kaye19. Management of Neuropathic Postoperative PainEan Saberski and Lloyd Saberski20. Perioperative Pain Management in Hand and Upper Extremity SurgeryMarc E. Walker, David M. Tsai, and J. Grant Thomson21. Migraine Headaches: Surgery and Pain ManagementWilliam G. Austen Jr. and John Hulsen22. New Vistas in Perioperative Pain ManagementTimothy Furnish and Engy Said.
"All physicians are involved in the management of pain at some level or the other, but of the various specialties and health professions, surgeons are at the frontline of delivering perioperative pain care. Perioperative Pain Management for General and Plastic Surgery offers a concise yet comprehensive overview of the surgical pain management field to help practitioners effectively plan and enhance perioperative pain control. Chapters provide guidance on solving common dilemmas facing surgeons who are managing patients with pain related problems and clinical decision-making, and explore essential topics required for the trainee and practitioner to quickly assess the patient with pain, to diagnose pain and painful conditions, determine the feasibility and safety of surgical procedure needed, and arrange for advanced pain management consults and care if needed. This text also explores the latest evolving techniques and appropriate utilization of modern equipment and technology to safely provide care. Highly accessible and written by experts in the field, Perioperative Pain Management for General and Plastic Surgery is an ideal resource for practicing surgeons, anesthesiologists, critical care personnel, residents, medical students"--Provided by publisher.
Matthews Fuller RD49 .P47 2019
Cerebral palsy : a complete guide for caregiving
Miller, Freeman, author
Baltimore, Maryland : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2017
Cerebral palsy handbook -- Caregiving techniques -- Cerebral palsy encyclopedia.
"When their child has cerebral palsy, parents need answers. They seek up-to-date advice they can count on to make sure their child has the best possible health and well-being ... [This] new edition is thoroughly revised to incorporate the latest medical thinking, including advances in diagnosis, treatment, and terminology. Every chapter includes new content on topics ranging from genetics to pain, temperature control, palliative care, why growth suppression is sometimes recommended, the Affordable Care Act, and how to make it easier for siblings to cope. Chapter 8 has been entirely rewritten to better help adolescents prepare for the transition to adulthood. New classification systems, such as the gross motor function classification system and the Functional Mobility System, are described and explained. And a number of emerging therapies -- including marijuana oil, cord blood transfusion, deep brain stimulation, epilepsy surgery, and growing spinal rods -- are explored. Intended for parents, grandparents, teachers, therapists, and others who care for and about people with cerebral palsy and cerebral palsy-like conditions, this is an essential and compassionate guide."--Amazon.com.
Matthews Full Consumer He RJ496.C4 M53 2017
Atlas of dermatopathology : tumors, nevi, and cysts
Burg, Günter, author
Hoboken, NJ : Wiley Blackwell, 2019
Epidermis -- Adnexal -- Paget's disease -- Melanocytes -- Connective tissue -- Vessels -- Fat -- Muscle -- Nerves -- Mast cells -- Histiocytes -- Hematopoietic disorders -- Cutaneous cysts.
Matthews Fuller RC280.S5 B87 2019
Simon's emergency orthopedics
editor, Scott C. Sherman ; with illustrations by Susan Gilbert and Catherine Delphia
New York : McGraw-Hill Education, 
General principles / R. Darrell Nelson and Jonah Gunalda -- Anesthesia and analgesia / Tarlan Hedayati -- Rheumatology / Todd Taylor, Usama Khalid, and Jehangir Meer -- Complications / Erik Nordquist -- Special imaging techniques / Joy L. English -- Pediatrics / Ghazala Q. Sharieff -- Approach to neck and back pain / Zheng Ben Ma and Emily Senecal Miller -- Specific disorders of the spine / Andrew D. Perron and Carl A. Germann -- Cervical spine trauma / Michael E. Nelson -- Thoracolumbar spine trauma / Sean Dyer -- Hand / David E. Manthey and Kim L. Askew -- Wrist / Andrea L. Blome and Megan E. Healy -- Forearm / Eric Toth and James Webley -- Elbow / Carl A. Germann and Brook M. Goddard -- Upper arm / Casey Glass -- Shoulder / Adnan Hussain and Sanjeev Malik -- Pelvis / Hany Y. Atallah -- Hip / Gregory W. Hendey -- Thigh / Rachel R. Bengtzen and Alexander P. Skog -- Knee / Michael C. Bond -- Leg / Adriana Segura Olson, George Chiampas, and Jacob Stelter -- Ankle / Moira Davenport and Madison Galasso -- Foot / Dennis Hanlon and Christopher Morris.
Matthews Fuller RD750 .E44 2019
How to care for aging parents : a one-step resource for all your medical, financial, housing, and emotional issues
New York : Workman Pub., 
Introduction: something unexpected. First things first -- Adapting to new roles. Your parent and you ; Caring for the caregiver ; The inner circle -- The golden years. A healthier body ; A happier soul -- Life at home. Tips for daily living ; Getting help ; Paid help at home -- The halls of medicine. Rx for the elderly ; The body imperfect: part I ; The body imperfect: part II ; Matters of the mind ; In the hospital -- Handling the paperwork. Paying the way ; Avoiding fraud ; Paying for health care ; Legal issues -- Home away from home. Moving out, moving in ; An array of housing options ; A good nursing home ; Making the move work -- When they forget. The aging brain ; Living with dementia ; Managing day to day -- The last good-bye. Nearing the end ; The aftermath ; Good grief -- A final note. You're next -- Resources. Useful organizations ; Caregiver's organizer.
How to Care for Aging Parents is an authoritative, clear, and comforting source of advice and support for the ever-growing number of Americans--now 42 million--who care for an elderly parent, relative, or friend. And now, in its third edition, it is completely overhauled and updated, chapter-by-chapter and page-by-page, with the most recent medical findings and recommendations. It includes a whole new chapter on fraud; details on the latest "aging in place" technologies; more helpful online resources; and everything you need to know about current laws and regulations. Also new are fill-in worksheets for gathering specifics on medications; caregivers' names, schedules, and contact info; doctors' phone numbers and addresses; and other essential information in one handy place at the back of the book. From having that first difficult conversation to arranging a funeral and dealing with grief--and all of the other important issues in between--How to Care for Aging Parents is the essential guide.
Matthews Full Consumer He HQ1063.6 .M66 2014
The compassionate connection : the healing power of empathy and mindful listening
Rakel, David, author
New York : W.W. Norton & Company, 
Part I: Our healing power. Compassion hastens healing ; The mind and the body--connected ; The biology of connection ; Make health primary ; Good intentions gone bad -- Part II: Make the connection. Identify and free yourself of your biases ; Be present, on purpose, without judgment ; Physically communicate good intentions ; Seek another person's authentic story ; Move from burnout toward beauty.
Draws on a range of disciplines to outline the concept of bio-psycho-spiritual authentic awareness and how to strengthen empathy bonds with others to promote healing and overall wellness.
Matthews Full Consumer He R726.5 .R33 2018
Obsessive compulsive disorder : all you want to know about OCD for people living with OCD, carers, and clinicians
Drummond, Lynne M., author
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2018
So what is OCD and is it really a problem? -- Who gets OCD and how would anyone know if they had it? -- Types and presentation of OCD -- Drug treatment -- Exposure and response prevention (ERP) for OCD -- Children and adolescents with OCD -- Old treatments, modern developments, new research and potential treatments for the future -- Other conditions which appear similar to OCD -- What can family and carers do to help a person with OCD? -- What can the person with OCD do to help themselves?.
"Obsessive-compulsive disorders affects between 1 and 3 percent of the population. Ranging from relatively mild symptoms to being a profoundly disabling disorder, it is a condition that is amenable to modern treatments. This book examines the evidence for and potential role of a range of treatment methods, from CBT to pharmacological approaches. It asks what an individual can do to help themselves, and how friends and relatives can assist in the recovery process. Although firmly based in clinical research, it is written in a jargon-free and accessible style to help provide deep understanding of the disorder. Personal narratives and case studies of people living with OCD feature to illustrate points, and the book considers emerging research and the future of approaches to OCD. Built upon decades of experience, this guide will inform and support adults and young people living with OCD, as well as carers, families and health professionals"--
Matthews Full Consumer He RC533 .D78 2018
The yes brain : how to cultivate courage, curiosity, and resilience in your child
Siegel, Daniel J., 1957- author
New York : Bantam, 
"From the authors of The Whole-Brain Child and No-Drama Discipline, an indispensable guide to unlocking your child's innate capacity for resilience, compassion, and creativity. When facing challenges, unpleasant tasks, and contentious issues such as homework, screen time, food choices, and bedtime, children often act out or shut down, responding with reactivity instead of receptivity. This is what New York Times bestselling authors Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson call a No Brain response. But our kids can be taught to approach life with openness and curiosity. Parents can foster their children's ability to say yes to the world and welcome all that life has to offer, even during difficult times. This is what it means to cultivate a Yes Brain. When kids work from a Yes Brain, they're more willing to take chances and explore. They're more curious and imaginative, less worried about making mistakes. They're better at relationships and more flexible and resilient when it comes to handling adversity and big feelings. They work from a clear internal compass that directs their decisions, as well as the way they treat others. Guided by their Yes Brain, they become more open, creative, and resilient. In The Yes Brain, the authors give parents skills, scripts, ideas, and activities to bring kids of all ages into the overwhelmingly beneficial "yes" state. You'll learn the four fundamentals of the Yes Brain--balance, resilience, insight, and empathy--and how to strengthen them the key to knowing when kids need a gentle push out of a comfort zone vs. needing the "cushion" of safety and familiarity strategies for navigating away from negative behavioral and emotional states (aggression and withdrawal) and expanding your child's capacity for positivity With inspirational anecdotes, fun and helpful illustrations, and a handy Yes Brain Refrigerator Sheet to keep your family on point, The Yes Brain is an essential tool for nurturing positive potential and keeping your child's inner spark glowing and growing strong--and gifting your children with a life of rich relational connections, meaningful interactions with the world, and emotional equanimity. "Easily assimilated and informative, the book will help adults enable children to lead physically and emotionally satisfying and well-rounded lives filled with purpose and meaningful relationships. Edifying, easy-to-understand scientific research that shows the benefits that accrue when a child is encouraged to be inquisitive, spirited, and intrepid."--Kirkus Reviews "In today's busy, competitive culture, allowing our children the space to be themselves is more important than ever. This book provides an escape hatch from the high-stakes mindset."--Vicki Abeles, producer and co-director, The Race to Nowhere and Beyond Measure"--
Matthews Full Consumer He BF723.R46 S54 2018
Medical professionals : conflicts and quandaries in medical practice
edited by Kathleen Montgomery and Wendy Lipworth
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019
Matthews Fuller R724 .M367 2019
Aging with care : your guide to hiring and managing caregivers at home
Lambert, Amanda, author
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Introduction: Waking up to a nightmare: Leslie's story -- Two approaches to hiring caregivers -- Getting started: how much home care do you need? -- Finding the right hired caregiver for you and your family -- Building the best care partnership -- Keep your eye on the ball -- Your home, your care -- The caregiver relationship: friendship, balance, and boundaries -- Throwing in the towel -- Creative solutions: more than one way home -- Coming home.
Finding the best and most appropriate in-home care for an aging loved one can be confusing and time consuming. This guide helps readers through the process of hiring a private caregiver, assessing needs and resources, and making difficult choices. Using real stories throughout, the authors reveal the benefits and pitfalls of in-home care. --Publisher.
Matthews Full Consumer He RA645.3 .L36 2018
My parent's keeper : the guilt, grief, guesswork, and unexpected gifts of caregiving
Gastfriend, Jody, author
New Haven : Yale University Press, 
The journey begins -- The imperfect caregiver -- The parent who rejects help -- Good, bad, and nonexistent siblings -- What does care cost, and who pays? -- The care maze -- Making work work -- The art of connection : caring for a loved one with dementia -- Caring for the parent who couldn't care for you -- How to care for ourselves too -- Letting go -- Moving forward, looking back -- Appendix: Tips and checklists.
"When it comes time to provide care for those who once cared for us, where can we turn? This book offers practical guidance for a broad range of caregiving situations when family caregivers assume their new role. Uses the latest research and draws on case histories and interviews. Is a resource as well as a source of inspiration, with a blend of powerful stories and practical advice. Helps caregivers cope with numerous challenges, including parents who need but refuse help; siblings who don't get along; the complexity of healthcare systems; financial issues; juggling work and caregiving; the use of technology; the power of connecting with a loved one who has dementia; and realizing the benefits amid the burdens of caregiving"--Page 4 of cover.
Matthews Full Consumer He RA645.3 .G37 2018
Current diagnosis & treatment : obstetrics & gynecology
Alan H. DeCherney, Lauren Nathan, Neri Laufer, Ashley S. Roman
New York : McGraw Hill Education, 2019
Section I. Reproduction basics -- Section II. Normal obstetrics -- Section III. Pregnancy at risk -- Section IV. Surgical & medical complications of pregnancy -- Section V. General gynecology -- Section VI. Gynecologic oncology -- Section VII. Reproductive endocrinology & infertility -- Section VIII. Psychological & social Issues.
Matthews Fuller RG101 .C94 2019
Current diagnosis & treatment : neurology / edited by John C.M. Brust
New York : McGraw-Hill Education, 
Matthews Fuller RC348 .C86 2019
Handbook of obesity treatment
edited by Thomas A. Wadden, George A. Bray
New York : The Guilford Press, 
I. Prevalence, Consequences, and Etiology of Obesity 1. Epidemiology and Health and Economic Consequences of Obesity / Graham A. Colditz & Hank Dart ; 2. Gut-to-Brain Mechanisms of Body Weight Regulation / Matthew R. Hayes ; 3. Energy Expenditure and Obesity / Kara L. Marlatt & Eric Ravussin ; 4. Genetics of Obesity / I. Sadaf Farooqi ; 5. Human Energy Homeostasis and the Gut Microbiome / Michael Rosenbaum & Rudolph L. Leibel -- II. Behavioral, Environmental, and Psychosocial Contributors to Obesity. 6. The Role of Portion Size, Energy Density, and Variety in Obesity and Weight Management / Barbara J. Rolls ; 7. Physical Activity and the Development of Obesity / Claude Bouchard, Peter T. Katzmarzyk, & Robert Ross ; 8. Sleep and Obesity / Andrea M. Spaeth & David F. Dinges ; 9. Social, Economic, and Physical Environmental Contributors to Obesity among Adults / Joreintje Dingena Mackenbach, Jeroen Lakerveld, & Johannes Brug ; 10. Psychosocial Contributors to and Consequences of Obesity / Rebecca M. Puhl & Rebecca L. Pearl ; 11. Obesity, Eating Disorders, and Addiction / Courtney McCuen-Wurst & Kelly C. Allison -- III. Health Consequences of Weight Reduction. 12. The Impact of Intentional Weight Loss on Major Morbidity and Mortality / Edward W. Gregg & Marcela Rodriguez Flores ; 13. Weight Loss and Changes in Psychosocial Status and Cognitive Functioning / Candice A. Myers & Corby K. Martin ; 14. Effects of Lifestyle Interventions on Health-Related Quality of Life and Physical Functioning / W. Jack Rejeski & Donald A. Williamson -- IV. Assessment of Patients with Obesity. 15. Medical Evaluation of Patients with Obesity / Rekha B. Kumar & Louis J. Aronne ; 16. Behavioral Assessment of Patients with Obesity / Jena A. Shaw Tronieri & Thomas A. Wadden -- V. Treatment of Obesity in Adults. 17. An Overview of the Treatment of Obesity in Adults / Thomas A. Wadden, Zayna M. Bakizada, Steven Z. Wadden, & Naji Alamuddin ; 18. Dietary Treatment of Overweight and Obesity / Arne S. Astrup ; 19. Physical Activity and Weight Management / John M. Jakicic, Renee J. Rogers, Sally A. Sherman, & Sara J. Kovacs ; 20. Behavioral Treatment of Obesity / Stephanie Gomez-Rubalcava, Kaitlin Stabbert, & Suzanne Phelan ; 21. The Role of Medications in Weight Management / George A. Bray & Donna H. Ryan ; 22. Surgical Treatment of Obesity / Zubaidah Nor Hanipah, Ali Aminian, & Philip R. Schauer ; 23. Maintenance of Weight Lost in Behavioral Treatment of Obesity / Michael G. Perri & Aviva H. Ariel-Donges -- VI. Additional Approaches to and Resources for the Treatment of Obesity. 24. The Emerging Field of Obesity Medicine / Robert F. Kushner & Scott Kahan ; 25. Coverage of Obesity Treatment: Costs and Benefits / Morgan Downey & Theodore K. Kyle ; 26. Obesity Treatment Perspectives in U.S. Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations / Shiriki K. Kumanyika ; 27. Treatment of Obesity in Primary Care / Adam G. Tsai & Thomas A. Wadden ; 28. Remotely Delivered Interventions for Obesity / Deborah F. Tate, Brooke T. Nezami, & Carmina G. Valle ; 29. Commercial Weight-Loss Programs / Kimberly A. Gudzune & Jeanne M. Clark ; 30. Treatment of Obesity in Community Setting / Delia Smith West, Rebecca A. Krukowski, & Chelsea A. Larsen ; 31. Alternative Behavioral Weight Loss Approaches: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Motivational Interviewing / Meghan L. Butryn, Leah M. Schumacher, & Evan M. Forman ; 32. Behavioral Economics and Weight Management / Mitesh S. Patel & Kevin G. M. Volpp ; 33. Nonsurgical Interventional Modalities for the Treatment of Obesity / Jacqueline M. Soegaard Ballester, Casey H. Halpern, Noel N. Williams, & Kristoffel R. Dumon ; 34. Treatment of Eating Disorders in Persons with Obesity / Carlos M. Grilo ; 35. Obesity and Body Image Dissatisfaction / David B. Sarwer, Colleen M. Tewksbury, & Heather M. Polonsky ; 36. Obesity, Weight Management, and Self-Esteem / Carol Johnson -- VII. Childhood Obesity and Obesity Prevention. 37. The Development of Childhood Obesity / Tanja V. E. Kral & Robert I. Berkowitz ; 38. Prevention of Obesity in Youth: Findings from Controlled Trials / Hannah G. Lawman, Alexis C. Wojtanowski, & Gary D. Foster ; 39. Behavioral Treatment of Obesity in Youth / Katherine N. Balantekin, Denise E. Wilfley, & Leonard H. Epstein ; 40. Pharmacological Treatment of Pediatric Obesity / Robert I. Berkowitz & Ariana M. Chao ; 41. Bariatric Surgery in Adolescents with Severe Obesity / Andrew J. Beamish & Thomas H. Inge ; 42. Using Public Policy to Address Obesity: Past, Present, and Future / Marlene B. Schwartz & Kelly D. Brownell.
"The leading clinical reference work in the field--now significantly revised with 85% new material--this handbook gives practitioners and students a comprehensive understanding of the causes, consequences, and management of adult and childhood obesity. In concise, extensively referenced chapters from preeminent authorities, the Handbook presents foundational knowledge and reviews evidence-based psychosocial and lifestyle interventions as well as pharmacological and surgical treatments. It provides guidelines for conducting psychosocial and medical assessments and for developing individualized treatment plans. The effects of obesity--and of weight loss--on physical and psychological well-being are reviewed, as are strategies for helping patients maintain their weight loss. New to This Edition *Many new authors and topics; extensively revised and expanded with over 15 years of research and clinical advances, including breakthroughs in understanding the biological regulation of appetite and body weight. *Section on contributors to obesity, with new chapters on food choices, physical activity, sleep, and psychosocial and environmental factors. *Chapters on novel treatments for adults--acceptance and commitment therapy, motivational interviewing, digitally based interventions, behavioral economics, community-based programs, and nonsurgical devices. *Chapters on novel treatments for children and adolescents--school-based preventive interventions, family-based behavioral weight loss treatment, and bariatric surgery. *Chapters on the gut microbiome, the emerging field of obesity medicine, reimbursement for weight loss therapies, and managing co-occurring eating disorders and obesity"--
Matthews Fuller RC628 .O32 2018
WHO classification of tumours of the central nervous system
International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) ; edited by David N. Louis, Hiroko Ohgaki, Otmar D. Wiestler, Webster K. Cavenee
Lyon : International Agency For Research On Cancer, 2016
Machine generated contents note: 1.Diffuse astrocytic and oligodendroglial tumours -- Introduction -- Diffuse astrocytoma, IDH-mutant -- Gemistocytic astrocytoma, IDH-mutant -- Diffuse astrocytoma, IDH-wildtype -- Diffuse astrocytoma, NOS -- Anaplastic astrocytoma, IDH-mutant -- Anaplastic astrocytoma, IDH-wildtype -- Anaplastic astrocytoma, NOS -- Glioblastoma, IDH-wildtype -- Giant cell glioblastoma -- Gliosarcoma -- Epithelioid glioblastoma -- Glioblastoma, IDH-mutant -- Glioblastoma, NOS -- Diffuse midline glioma, H3 K27M-mutant -- Oligodendroglioma, IDH-mutant and 1p/19q-codeleted -- Oligodendroglioma, NOS -- Anaplastic oligodendroglioma, IDH-mutant and 1p/19q-codeleted -- Anaplastic oligodendroglioma, NOS -- Oligoastrocytoma, NOS -- Anaplastic oligoastrocytoma, NOS -- 2.Other astrocytic tumours -- Pilocytic astrocytoma -- Pilomyxoid astrocytoma -- Subependymal giant cell astrocytoma -- Pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma -- Anaplastic pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma
Matthews Fuller RC280.N43 W662 2016