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Bedside Clinics in Medicine, Part II 9th Edition by dr. Arup kumar kundu ebook PDF

Bedside Clinics in Medicine, Part II 9th Edition by dr. Arup kumar kundu ebook PDF

Bedside Clinics in Medicine, Part II 9th Edition by dr. Arup kumar kundu ebook PDF

 

Bedside Clinics in Medicine, Part II 9th Edition by dr. Arup kumar kundu ebook PDF  gives me immense pleasure to present the sixth edition of the book in a new get-up.
The overwhelming success of the previous editions has encouraged me to bring out the
present thoroughly revised new edition. Most of the chapters have been rewritten and
signifantly revised maintaining the style and old tradition intact. The book reviews a wide
range of common clinical cases with discussion on core topics. Many new photographs
have enriched the ‘colour atlas’ section while replacing majority of older ones. I expect
that the ‘clinical methods atlas’ section will prove to be immensely helpful for aspiring
students.

I do believe, bedside medicine still holds strong in the era of high-tech medicine and
this is why I have attempted to write this book dealing with common clinical problems as
well as some fundamental information which the students are expected to know at the
end of their clinical training. Even with the availability of modern gadgets to have advanced  and accurate investigations, clinical examination is very important in reaching a logical  diagnosis. I have retained the original objectives of the book — totally clinically oriented,
Bedside Clinics in Medicine, Part II 9th Edition by dr. Arup kumar kundu ebook PDF  concise but comprehensive, and as far as practical with a lucid language. The new edition  deals with different must-know areas in clinical medicine in a student-friendly way keeping  the methodical and logical approach unaltered. The problem-solving attitude will help the students in their oral and practical, as well as theoretical examination, and also in their  professional life in future. I think that this monograph is a quick-reference ready-reckoner  handbook and a learning-revision tool to increase the core knowledge.

Other than the new look and new photographs, the new edition also includes two very
basic chapters on ‘cyanotic congenital heart diseases’ and ’polyarthritis’. The book remains  an invaluable resource for undergraduates, house officers preparing for MD/DNB/MRCP, and the postgraduates, and I hope that the junior teachers will also be benefited by reaching high level of clinical competence if they go through it. As clinical methods are scattered  throughout the book, the students are advised to follow the ‘index’ for easy reading. I  feel happy and jubilant as this book was nicely reviewed by renowned indexed  journals, leading physicians, students and many academicians from different corners  of the country. However, healthy suggestions and constructive criticisms through mail will always be appreciated by the author.
I would like to record my appreciation for Mr. Kaustuv Paul of KSP Udyog for publishing,
Mr. Bimal Dhur and Dipankar Dhur of Academic Publishers for distributing, and Mr.
Amar Nandy for printing the book with great care. I am grateful to all my patients whose
photographs have been printed in this book and to the MSVP, R. G. Kar Medical College & Hospital, Kolkata for permitting me to take the photographs. This work would not have
been possible without the constant support and encouragement from my family members,

specially to speak of my wife Bijoya Kundu, my daughter Ushasi and my son Abhishek,
which ultimately made this edition a reality.t gives me immense pleasure to present the sixth edition of the book in a new get-up.

The overwhelming success of the previous editions has encouraged me to bring out the
present thoroughly revised new edition. Most of the chapters have been rewritten and
signifantly revised maintaining the style and old tradition intact. The book reviews a wide
range of common clinical cases with discussion on core topics. Many new photographs
have enriched the ‘colour atlas’ section while replacing majority of older ones. I expect
that the ‘clinical methods atlas’ section will prove to be immensely helpful for aspiring
students.

I do believe, bedside medicine still holds strong in the era of high-tech medicine and
this is why I have attempted to write this book dealing with common clinical problems as
well as some fundamental information which the students are expected to know at the
end of their clinical training. Even with the availability of modern gadgets to have advanced and accurate investigations, clinical examination is very important in reaching a logical diagnosis. I have retained the original objectives of the book — totally clinically oriented,  concise but comprehensive, and as far as practical with a lucid language. The new edition  deals with different must-know areas in clinical medicine in a student-friendly way keeping  the methodical and logical approach unaltered. The problem-solving attitude will help the  students in their oral and practical, as well as theoretical examination, and also in their  professional life in future. I think that this monograph is a quick-reference ready-reckoner
handbook and a learning-revision tool to increase the core knowledge.
Other than the new look and new photographs, the new edition also includes two very
basic chapters on ‘cyanotic congenital heart diseases’ and ’polyarthritis’. The book remains
an invaluable resource for undergraduates, house officers preparing for MD/DNB/MRCP,
and the postgraduates, and I hope that the junior teachers will also be benefited by reaching
a high level of clinical competence if they go through it. As clinical methods are scattered
throughout the book, the students are advised to follow the ‘index’ for easy reading. I
feel happy and jubilant as this book was nicely reviewed by renowned indexed
journals, leading physicians, students and many academicians from different corners
of the country. However, healthy suggestions and constructive criticisms throug will always be appreciated by the author.
I would like to record my appreciation for Mr. Kaustuv Paul of KSP Udyog for publishing,
Mr. Bimal Dhur and Dipankar Dhur of Academic Publishers for distributing, and Mr.
Amar Nandy for printing the book with great care. I am grateful to all my patients whose
photographs have been printed in this book and to the MSVP, R. G. Kar Medical College &  Hospital, Kolkata for permitting me to take the photographs. This work would not have
been possible without the constant support and encouragement from my family members, specially to speak of my wife Bijoya Kundu, my daughter Ushasi and my son Abhishek,  which ultimately made this edition a reality.

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