The objective of the course is to provide a comprehensive internal medicine review to prepare you for board certification or recertification exam. The quality and breadth of content is also attractive for individuals needing a comprehensive review of basic internal medicine clinical information. The course features presentations by distinguished members of the Cleveland Clinic staff and eminent visiting guest faculty, who are renowned in their fields of interest. Topics cover current concepts and board-related issues using an organ system approach with emphasis placed on relevant clinical information. Lectures are supplemented by board simulation sessions integrating relevant clinical cases, pathology, and imaging studies.
From reinforcing nursing skills to troubleshooting clinical problems on the fly, this dynamic video series follows nursing students and their instructors as they perform a range of essential nursing procedures. Ideal as a stand-alone learning tool or as a companion to textbooks in the Taylor Suite, these engaging videos parallel the skills in the textbooks and are organized in topical modules for easy reference.
A friend of the dead, let Kocho has been self-blame, and even the intermittent amnesia, fantasy and other illnesses. Mo Fan booked wedding planning a terrorist, a terrorist deliberately let Kocho experience, a way to cure the disease Kocho. But the order of the day of the wedding, things are going out of control, my friends disappear one by one…
Neuroscientist V. S. Ramachandran is internationally renowned for uncovering answers to the deep and quirky questions of human nature that few scientists have dared to address. His bold insights about the brain are matched only by the stunning simplicity of his experiments-using such low-tech tools such as cotton swabs, glasses of water, and dime-store mirrors. In Phantoms in the Brain, Dr. Ramachandran recounts how his work with patients who have bizarre neurological disorders has shed new light on the deep architecture of the brain, and what these findings tell us about who we are, how we construct our body image, why we laugh or become depressed, why we may believe in God, and how we make decisions, deceive ourselves, and dream.