MDpocket Providence Milwaukie Family Medicine

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Use our book customizer on MDpocket.com to create the perfect book for your needs! Add extra medical chapters, change the chapter order and remove chapters you don't need. Our reference guides are continuously updated throughout the year to the latest evidence based guidelines. Interested in customizing a reference guide for your program, school, university, or hospital?

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Providence Milwaukie Family Medicine - 2019

Specifically designed for internal medicine residents at Providence Milwaukie, this guide is packed with the most daily used information for taking care of patients. This pocket medicine book integrates a blend of medical knowledge from our MDpocket medical reference guides and all the specific residency information for the residents at Providence. Each year this book is updated with evidence based medical information to improve your efficiency and help you stay more organized. This is a great pocket medical reference for all your daily duties with new information on hyponatremia, cross covers issues, diabetes management and acute kidney injury.

 

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