Fundamentals of Applied Pathophysiology: 1st Asia-Pacific Edition

Ian Peate, Sufyan Akram, Michele Dowlman, Ellie Kirov, Bonnie Williams

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The brand-new first Asia-Pacific edition of Fundamentals of Applied Pathophysiology has been brought to life by a team of passionate, local authors to deliver truly relevant, practical and applied content for students studying pathophysiology. This highly visual text is organised by systems and the associated disorders, including helpful information for students to look out for when caring for patients, such as: detailed cases with vital signs data, ‘Orange Flag’ and ‘Red Flag’ boxes alerting students to key alerts they should consider when treating the patient, and ‘Medicines Management’ boxes that bring the pharmacology into the content. This new text brings you content that is regionally specific, including local data on illness and incidence rates, and a focus on conditions with higher prevalence in ANZ. Plus, capstone Clinical Reasoning Cycle case studies throughout the text provide students and instructors with detailed, realistic scenarios to work through. Supported by a variety of digital resources, such as interactive learning modules with video animations and auto-graded self-study exercises, this is a textbook package designed for an engaging, interactive learning experience.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Australia
Number of pages641
ISBN (Electronic)9781119869740
ISBN (Print)1119869730, 9781119869733
Publication statusPublished - 2023


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