Medical Books

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                                  Sir William Osler (1849 – 1919)

Quick Management Guide in Gynaecology
Author : Dr Lee Say Fatt
Published by University Malaya Press
ISBN : 983-100-424-8
Date of Publication : April 2007
RM 55.00
Buy online from Department of Publications, Universiti Malaya Kuala Lumpur

The purpose of this book is to provide the busy doctor managing women health with a quick and easy guide in the diagnosis and treatment of common gynaecological conditions. It is directed towards those with some basic knowledge in gynaecology. For the busy clinicians in the wards and the out-patient clinics, time is of the essence and a simpler reference book on diagnosis and management may be useful. Topics in this book are written in the ‘short notes’ format, and considerable emphasis is placed on clinical algorithms, bulleted lists and flowcharts whenever possible for easy reference. A treatment summary in a box format is also given at the end of each chapter. Therefore, this book is ideal for those seeking a well organized and easy to read management guide in gynaecology, such as general practitioners, house-officers, medical officers and gynaecologists. It may also be useful for senior medical students and post-graduate trainees in gynaecology who require a quick review in preparation for their final examination. For other health care professionals, the information and treatment protocols outlined here will be helpful when answering patient queries and concerns. The last chapter discusses the morbidity and mortality associated with common gynaecological operations and may be of use for counseling purposes.

Review in Berita MMA August 2008
Interview with the author (published in Medical Tribune Sept 1-15 2008 issue)


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