Reviewed by Jim Young
Oxford University Press app-book developed by MedHand Mobile Libraries
John Wass and Katharine Owen
The concatenation of a comprehensive endocrinology text book with the immediacy of access afforded by a digital eBook will satisfy the needs of both clinical and educational healthcare professionals. The ability to cross-search all books in your elibrary will enhance these benefits, along with the assurance that the information will always be available offline.
In the case of diabetes, where the sequelae are so diverse, this offers an exponentially effective interrogation. To be able chase a thread throughout the corpus will enable comprehensive clinical illumination, and similarly it will colour the educational pastiche of any pathology, diagnosis, or treatment under discussion.
Oxford Handbook of Endocrinology and Diabetes
Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine
Oxford Handbook of Emergency Medicine
Oxford Handbook of General Practice
No turning of pages, just simply turn your thoughts to the topic in question and you are there, immediately! And all this on a light mobile platform that is supremely suited to the clinic or lecture venue.
As you would expect from Oxford University Press the book is a thorough discourse in endocrinology and diabetes. In the 15 chapters of this edition the diabetes section has been completely revamped to make it more readily accessible.
A love for the orchestration of endocrine function will be more than requited in this eBook.