Decision Making Options in Clinical Practice
Edited by C.A Bartzokas, G.A. Smith
CRC Press – 1998 – 320 pages
Managing Infections provides readers with a working knowledge of infections combined with a comprehensive and impartial analysis of the pros and cons of managing common conditions with regard to different investigations, treatments and referrals. The framework and approach of the books aims to help doctors draw their own conclusions as to what is best for their own patients.
'The layout of the book is logical and easy to follow. The checklists are sensible and the hints helpful. Overall this book is a stimulating read and full of practical advice'. - R. Bendall, Consultant Medical Microbiology