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Physiologie humaine appliquée (Applied Human Psychology)

Edition: 1st
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer France SA
ISBN: 978-2-718-41137-8
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La pratique médicale repose fondamentalement sur une bonne connaissance du fonctionnement normal des différents organes et systèmes physiologiques. Ceci est d'autant plus vrai que l'utilisation de cette connaissance concerne des fonctions immédiatement vitales, ce qui est particulièrement le cas de la pratique de l'anesthésie, de la réanimation et la médecine d'urgence.

Connaître la physiologie, c'est comprendre définitivement la physiopathologie et les mécanismes conduisant à la maladie, à l'aggravation d'une insuffisance de fonction d'organe, voire à l'appréciation du risque associé à cette dysfonction d'organe.
L'originalité de ce traité est de faire le lien entre la physiologie et les situations pathologiques impliquant les grandes fonctions de l'organisme.

Sans équivalent aujourd'hui, cet ouvrage s'inscrit dans une double démarche : qualité de la pédagogie et optimisation de la pratique médicale. En effet, en expliquant le fonctionnement normal des organes, son ambition est de permettre de mieux appréhender les conséquences d'une modification de leur physiologie et la gravité des situations pathologiques associées. Ainsi prévaut l'idée que la connaissance de la physiopathologie peut aider à prévenir la dégradation de la fonction d'organe et les conséquences qui en découlent pour le patient.

Utile à tous les spécialistes ou internes de spécialités (cardiologues, pneumologues, neurologues, gastro-entérologues, néphrologues, immunologistes, hématologistes, etc.), au médecin interniste ou généraliste, ce traité, coordonné par trois professeurs en anesthésie-réanimation, s'avérera essentiel à la pratique de la médecine d’urgence, des soins intensifs spécialisés ou de la réanimation médicale et chirurgicale.

Points forts :
- 130 auteurs, 70 chapitres
- Traité relié et soigneusement illustré en 2 couleurs
- Pédagogique et pointu avec de fréquents rappels de savoir
- Référence pour la pratique de médecine d'urgence, des soins intensifs spécialisés ou de la réanimation

Medical practice is based fundamentally on good knowledge of the normal functioning of the various physiological organs and systems. This is all the more true when the use of this knowledge concerns immediately vital functions, which is particularly the case in the practice of anaesthesia, resuscitation and emergency medicine.

Knowing the physiology means definitively understanding physiopathology and the mechanisms leading to illness, to the aggravation of insufficiency of organ function, or even assessment of the risk associated with such organ malfunction. The originality of this treatment is making the link between the physiology and pathological situations involving the major functions of the organism.

Without equivalent today, this work has a twofold aim: quality of teaching and optimisation of medical practice. In explaining normal functioning of organs, its objective is to give a better understanding of the consequences of a modification in their physiology and the gravity of associated pathological situations. Thus the idea prevails that knowledge of physiopathology can help to prevent degradation of the organ function, and the consequences stemming through this for the patient.

Useful to all specialists or speciality interns (cardiologists, pneumologists, neurologists, gastro-enterologists, nephrologists, immunologists, haematologists, etc), the intern or general practitioner, this treatise, coordinated by three anaesthesia/resuscitation professors, will prove essential to the practice of emergency medicine, specialised intensive care or medical and surgical resuscitation.

Main points :
- 130 authors, 70 chapters
- Hard-bound treatise carefully illustrated in 2 colors
- Teaching-oriented and targeted with frequent knowledge reminders
- A reference work for the practice of emergency medicine, specialised intensive care or resuscitation

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  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer France SA
  • Product Type: Book
  • ISBN: 978-2-718-41137-8
  • Specialty:
    Physiology
  • Language: French
  • Edition: 1st
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  • Illustrations: 0
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