The ACP Handbook of Women's Health
is conceived with the goal of providing a concise yet comprehensive overview of the major issues in women's health that the primary care provider, in particular, is likely to encounter. This latest update is based on the 2009 print edition with additional features, enhanced functionality and ongoing updates!
Enables the physician or trainee to find a quick summation of the key features, differential diagnoses, and overall approach to the care of the women he or she encounters, as well as to provide some of the social and behavioral contexts of women's health in today's world.
- The essential information physicians need to optimize the health of their female patients from adolescence through adulthood.
- Ideal for busy clinicians at the point of care, The ACP Handbook of Women’s Health distills the latest evidence-based findings into a compact single volume.
- This invaluable resource examines female-specific medical conditions as well as how common diseases present differently in women than in men.
- It also explores psychosocial and cultural issues that affect women’s health.
- Organized by organ system and life cycle.
- Provides invaluable guidance in every important area, including:
- Behavior and mood disorders
- Cardiovascular disease
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Reproductive health
- Substance use and abuse
- Underserved populations
- Key Points facilitate rapid access to clinically relevant information and management guidance.
- The ACP Handbook of Women’s Health is truly an essential resource for all women’s health care providers.