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  • Do-Nots for On Call Residents 5th Edition Pitfalls and Essentials
    Do-Nots for On Call Residents 5th Edition Pitfalls and Essentials
    • Written by: Syuichi Terasawa, Yasufumi Simada, Hiroyuki Hayashi
    • Published: 2012 / ISBN978-4-89590-398-1

    This book carefully selects and illustrates 47 typical disorders and symptoms encountered by call residents. It also specifically introduces pitfalls in critical care, and ways to get around them. This 5th edition went through a wide revision in accordance to the latest guideline, with additions of issues such as “The neck pain, the back pain, and the hip pain.” Required readings and references are also thoroughly updated.

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  • Do-Nots for On Call Residents; 100 Case Book 2nd Edition
    Do-Nots for On Call Residents; 100 Case Book 2nd Edition
    • Written by: Syuichi Terasawa
    • Published: 2013 / ISBN978-4-89590-428-5

    This is a case book dedicated to all on call residents suffering cold sweats day and night. It teaches the things one should not do, in on call scenes.
    In critical care, it is especially important to learn from mistakes. The author, who is an experienced educator and trainer of medical residents, introduces 100 actual cases from mistakes. It also offers a collection of helpful advices to residents, nurses, and emergency medical technicians.

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  • Dr. Hayashi's 70 top secrets of Dos & Don'ts in Emergency Medicine
    Dr. Hayashi's 70 top secrets of Dos   Don'ts in Emergency Medicine
    • Written by: Hiroyuki Hayashi
    • Published: 2006 / ISBN978-4-89590-247-2

    “Fun and cheery ER is our goal” ― this is the favorite phrase of Dr. Hayashi.
    With his loving smacks, our Dr. Hayashi imparts his wisdom; “ER style interpersonal troubleshooting.” This book secretly gives you 70 extra quality tips on problem solving that nobody has ever taught you before. With this book in hand, on call is no longer a horror. Use it as a good luck charm ― a necessity for medical residents.

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  • Do-Nots for Selecting Hospitals for Doctors-in-Training
    Do-Nots for Selecting Hospitals for Doctors-in-Training
    • Written by: Hirotaka Ando, Keiiku Sen
    • Published: 2010 / ISBN978-4-89590-350-9

    Since transition from facility care to home care is encouraged, sharing a universal knowledge of pharmaceuticals in daily life requiring home care and cooperation with various personnel like doctors, rehabilitation staffs, and care managers has become increasingly important. In the home care, prescribing drugs strictly according to manuals is not necessarily the best way; consideration of patients' lifestyles and values and sound communication (i.e. exchanging information about whether patients can take medication correctly, the effectiveness of their medications, or side effects on their ADL) and cooperation with home care staffs are vital to patients' QOL. This indispensable book gathers up the essentials of pharmaceuticals which every home care personnel staff should know with messages from three passionate home care doctors urging for multi-job cooperation.

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  • Resident Doctor Jamada Trilogy
    Resident Doctor Jamada Trilogy
    • Written by: Tamotsu Ibaraki
    • Published: 2012 / ISBN978-4-89590-402-5

    Jamada spends brutal training days with his hot-blooded preceptor Doctor Todoroki as a resident doctor in Kamedical School. Nonetheless, Japanese medical care is marching along a path straight to ruin. What will the fate of Jamada's be?

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  • Sail Through Residency Nice and Easy ―Wisdom, nonsense, and memorization methods to improve your readiness and capacity as a clinician
    Sail Through Residency Nice and Easy ―Wisdom, nonsense, and memorization methods to improve your readiness and capacity as a clinician
    • Written by: Junji Machi, Tamie Yorimitsu, Keiko Hayano
    • Published: 2009 / ISBN978-4-89590-337-0

    At bedside, especially for busy residents, handling patient care efficiently and comfortably makes the difference. The key to it is to absorb the knowledge in a “fun” and “easy” way, to learn the amusement of problem-solving by clinical inference, and to enjoy the whole process. This book offers you the necessary clinical knowledge and problem solving skills in a fun and easy way.

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  • Special Tidbits for Residents ―I learned all the important things during residency
    Special Tidbits for Residents ―I learned all the important things during residency
    • Written by: Sadamu Okada
    • Published: 2006 / ISBN978-4-89590-240-3

    This is a book written by residents for residents. It is not a collection of lessons taught by professors, rather, essays written by on-field-doctors and ex-residents. They share their golden experiences as residents; which will bring smiles upon your faces before you know it.
    Read and be reassured, and hear the lived episodes written to encourage residents fumbling through their training periods, and to remind supervisors of the time when they were resident themselves.

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  • For Your Assurance ―Abdominal Ultrasonography for Residents
    For Your Assurance ― Abdominal Ultrasonography for Residents
    • Written by: Satoshi Kaneda
    • Published: 2001 / ISBN978-4-89590-140-8

    It is not easy for a resident to acquire the knowledge and skills of abdominal ultrasonography so rapidly, to be able to handle it alone. This book therefore, focuses on “the bottom line as a clinician” and carefully selects the things to learn as a beginner. It cleverly sums up in a compact book, the points to grasp as a clinician.

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  • Dos and Don'ts in Treating Wounds An Eradication Declaration to Sterilization and Gauze Packs
    Dos and Don'ts in Treating Wounds An Eradication Declaration to Sterilization and Gauze Packs
    • Written by: Makoto Natsui
    • Published: 2004 / ISBN978-4-89590-202-1

    What is medical practice? It is “to reduce pain from diseases and wounds,” and “to cure diseases and wounds rapidly.” Therefore, it should be regarded as opposite of medical practice to “increase pain” and “delay recovery.” However, Japanese medical care (as well as the world's,) carries out this practice daily with no doubt, by “using sterilization and gauze packs.” This book introduces and illustrates the most updated wound caring methods that can be replaced with “sterilization and gauze packs.”

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  • Dos and Don'ts in Treating Wounds 2 Burn Injuries and Wound Infections
    Dos and Don'ts in Treating Wounds 2 Burn Injuries and Wound Infections
    • Written by: Makoto Natsui
    • Published: 2006 / ISBN978-4-89590-241-0

    This book covers a topic that the previous edition did not ― treatment of burn injuries. Readers should well be able to treat most patients with burn injuries who visit the emergency outpatient unit, with techniques introduced in this book. Wound infection, which is another topic covered in this book, is a speculation on pathogenic mechanism, and a suggestion on therapeutic principle based on it. It questions the Surgical Site Infection control, which is the mainstream of today's care, and at the same time, is an approach to re-examine wound infection from bacteriological aspects.

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  • Dr. Natsui's “Confidential” Manual on Trauma Care Instantly Useful Hints & Tips
    Dr. Natsui's “Confidential” Manual on Trauma Care Instantly Useful Hints & Tips
    • Written by: Makoto Natsui
    • Published: 2007 / ISBN978-4-89590-276-2

    The hospital in which the author was the director, educates new residents with innovative principles. This book introduces the tricks and techniques that are instantly useful, focusing on treatments carried out at the Trauma Care Center. Some techniques are unprecedented in conventional textbooks, others are written in different manners. However, they are all newest techniques which the author revised, by facing the patients in everyday care.

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  • Dr. Natsui's “Secret” Thermal Burn Treatment Manual –Useful and Practical Hints&Thips—
    Dr. Natsui's “Secret” Thermal Burn Treatment Manual –Useful and Practical Hints&Thips—
    • Written by: Makoto Natsui
    • Published: 2011 / ISBN978-4-89590-378-3

    Cases like those appear in this book had been diagnosed as third-degree burns and in dire need of skin grafting treatment by university hospitals and burn centers. However, thermal burn treatment will change from now on. This book introduces a new conservative treatment that doesn't need skin grafting and that even physicians and pediatricians without any experience in thermal burn treatment can do. The bible that rejects preexisting standard burn treatment and advocates the burn treatment of the new generation is born. This book saves you from painful treatment that requires troublesome infection control and that leaves ugly scars from skin grafting. Highly recommended for all primary care physicians and residents.

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  • Anesthetic Techniques to Become Expert at Once 2nd Edition
    Anesthetic Techniques to Become Expert at Once 2nd Edition
    • Written by: Tohsyu Yotsui
    • Published: 2011 / ISBN978-4-89590-382-0

    This book limits the procedures concerning anesthesiology to 13 items which are indispensable at bedside. The aim is to learn the techniques in a short period of time, while normally it takes several years to do so. Problematic points of each topic and special situations are clearly illustrated, too. Furthermore, under the heading “When It Doesn't Work”, a variety of options is offered with careful explanation. The author's original “methodology” and “views” are also clearly stated so that technical improvement is possible in accordance with practice.

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  • Yes, You Can, This Is How Basic Procedure for Residents 2nd Edition (with DVD)
    Yes, You Can, This Is How Basic Procedure for Residents 2nd Edition (with DVD)
    • Written by: Makoto Hasizume, Tsuguya Fukui
    • Published: 2006 / ISBN978-4-89590-243-4

    This book, along with the DVD, illustrates the basic procedures which are essential skills for residents and nurses. The book describes to you the steps, shows you the ropes, and tells you about the pitfalls by focusing on the visual aspects of each practice. In the DVD, experienced doctors and nurses demonstrate the procedures for you, along with narrations that are easy to follow, supplementing the text, so that the skills are acquired for certain. This 2nd edition newly covers topics as “Automatic External Defibrillator (AED),” “Obtaining Electrocardiograms,” and also, “Lumbar Puncture (Collecting Cerebrospinal Fluid)”.

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  • All the Kinds of Things that Happen in ER Care Ways to avoid potential “landmines” during outside hours
    All the Kinds of Things that Happen in ER Care Ways to avoid potential “landmines” during outside hours
    • Written by: Yoshiaki Tomari
    • Published: 2008 / ISBN978-4-89590-308-0

    This is a compilation of a weblog on the internet. The author, who is widely experienced in emergency care, vividly illustrates the fear of potential “landmine” disorders, to share the sense of danger with his readers, and also gives hints to avoid them as well as ways to be prepared. He does so through 51 episodes written with a crisp touch. It can be read casually, and is useful to all emergency care doctors and residents.

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  • Emergency Room Triage Starting Today
    Emergency Room Triage Starting Today
    • Written by: Yuka Morishita
    • Published: 2007 / ISBN978-4-89590-274-8

    This book introduces the triage method in which the degree of urgency is separated into 5 colors. Checking items are shown in flowcharts, enabling correct urgency judgment without overlooking the symptoms. 43 flowcharts classified by major complaints are easy to understand even to beginners, because key points are clearly focused, based upon the author's experience. Definitions of medical terms are also added so that clinical conditions typical to each symptom are grasped. This is a text from which, upon reading, doctors and nurses with not much clinical experience can learn the skills and knowledge of triage.

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  • The Things You Think You Know  ―Sense and Senselessness for Residents of Internal Medicine 2nd Edition
    The Things You Think You Know ―Sense and Senselessness for Residents of Internal Medicine 2nd Edition
    • Edited by: Sadamu Okada, Hidehito Horinouchi
    • Published: 2008 / ISBN978-4-89590-315-8

    The contents of this book are never found in other texts. This book offers the live, working knowledge required at real clinical sites. All knowledge comes from the experiences of specialists at St. Luke's Hospital, Internal Medicine Department. It covers pitfalls that are encountered daily, teaches common sense and absurdity which clearly responds to questions, and offers super common sense which every internal medicine specialist should be equipped with. This is essential information for residents, to certified physicians, and doctors preparing for their specialist examinations. This book has gone through a thorough revision in 7 years.

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  • How to Use Anticancer Drugs without Mistake; for Residents, Nurses and Pharmacists Expanded Edition of the Second Edition ―To avoid the danger of anticancer drugs turn into toxicants
    How to Use Anticancer Drugs without Mistake; for Residents, Nurses and Pharmacists Expanded Edition of the Second Edition ―To avoid the danger of anticancer drugs turn into toxicants
    • Edited by: Takeo Mori
    • Written by: Tokyo Metropolitan Komagome Hospital Chemotherapy Department
    • Published: 2007 / ISBN978-4-89590-269-4

    This book is a comprehensive compilation of necessary knowledge when treating patients with anticancer drugs, at the Department of Chemotherapy in Tokyo Metropolitan Cancer and Infectious Diseases Center Komagome Hospital. Organized so it is useful in daily care, the book seeks to be comprehensible to residents with no experience in anticancer drug treatment, as well as nurses, and pharmacists. With photos of drugs and detailed illustration, it has become, without doubt, a guidebook which can be used most comfortably. In this expanded edition, “Bowel Cancer” has been revised thoroughly, and anticancer drug “Oxaliplatin” has been added newly.

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  • What is “St. Luke's International Hospital” Diagnosis?
    What is “St. Luke's International Hospital” Diagnosis?
    • Edited by: Sadamu Okada
    • Written by: Yusuke Tsugawa, Atsushi Mizuno, Nobuyoshi Mori, Norihiro Yamaguchi
    • Published: 2009 / ISBN978-4-89590-347-9

    “It is no easy feat when you have to diagnosis patients where a lot of ER patients are transferred to internal medicine like in St. Luke's International Hospital. It is crucial to make a proper diagnosis in a very short time period. At first, chief residents take into account the most common and the most easily-missed diseases, and make an assessment of the most probable and pressing disease from the patient's age, sex, history, and physical findings. Then they continue diagnostic assessment through examinations, and finally reach the final diagnosis. The logical diagnostic approach reduces unnecessary examinations and time loss.
    Diagnosability is essential to clinical doctors. It requires not only theories but also a certain amount of clinical experiences to improve. However, it also needs one's ability to think even if the person has plenty of experience; otherwise it is never developed.

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  • That's What I'd Like to Know!  Infectious Diseases Covered in a Single Sweep!
    That's What I'd Like to Know! Infectious Diseases Covered in a Single Sweep!
    • Edited by: Keiichi Furukawa
    • Written by: Shuzo Nishihara
    • Published: 2006 / ISBN978-4-89590-175-8

    No medical worker can get away from infectious diseases no matter what special area one chooses. This book is a manual, and at the same time, it covers topics such as clinical microbiology tests, and characteristics of bacteria and antibacterial drugs, which are unavoidable knowledge in infectious disease therapy. These points are well described in a comprehensible manner, so that basic medical knowledge is acquired as well as the thinking method when there is a possibility of an infection, not to forget the thinking power for the approach.

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  • Points and Tips for Presentation Learning from  Frequently-Encountered 18 Cases
    Points and Tips for Presentation Learning from Frequently-Encountered 18 Cases
    • Edited by: Jun Ehara
    • Written by: the residents of Tenri-Yorozusodansyo Hospital
    • Supervised by: Yoshihisa Nakagawa, Kazuhiro Hatta
    • Published: 2012 / ISBN978-4-89590-423-0

    “First presentation at in-hospital conference is hard for the residents due to their lack of experiences on obtaining a history of illness and taking a physical finding. They sometimes fail it by parroting an attending doctor’s idea of courses of treatment.This book is valuable reference for the tips and tricks of in-hospital presentation by real cases of the educational conference at Tenri-Yorozusodansyo hospital. Join the conference on this book and get the skills of insightfull presentation.

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  • Handbook of Infectious Disease by Dr.Kobadon
    Handbook of Infectious Disease by Dr.Kobadon
    • Edited by: Syuzo Nishihara
    • Written by: Miwako Kobayashi
    • Published: 2014 / ISBN978-4-89590-462-9

    The ultimate handbook on treating infectious diseases for all medial personnel who want knowledge and clinical skills.

    Features:
    ・Precise and concise commentaries on basics of infectious diseases to HIV and travel medicine with extensive amount of evidences
    ・Photos and illustrations of bacteria and antibacterial agents
    ・Full color Gram stain image gallery
    ・Testing methods and dosage amount of antibacterial agents in specific cases
    ・Generic medicine list on appendix

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