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by Gabrielle H Kingsley,David L Scott

Inflammatory Arthritis in Clinical Practice epub ebook

Author: Gabrielle H Kingsley,David L Scott
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer (November 30, 2007)
Pages: 118 pages
ISBN: 1846289327
ISBN13: 978-1846289323
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David L Scott, Gabrielle H Kingsley. There has been a revolution in treatments for inflammatory arthritis. Mostly, this is due to the introduction of biologics, particularly TNF inhibitors.

David L Scott, Gabrielle H Kingsley. These have changed approach to treatment in two ways. First, they appear substantially more effective than conventional drugs. Second, they are far more expensive than traditional treatment approaches. One consequence of this therapeutic revolution is a need to better understand arthritis and to place the new biological treatments into the context of existing management approaches.

Inflammatory Arthritis in Clinical Practice. by Gabrielle H. Kingsley and David L. Scott. Mostly, this is due to the introduction of biologics, particularly TNF inhibitors

Inflammatory Arthritis in Clinical Practice.

David L Scott is Professor of Clinical Rheumatology at King’s College School of Medicine, London, UK. He also leads the clinical service at King’s College Hospital, London. His medical training was in Leeds, and he was introduced to rheumatology by working with Professor Verna Wright. He was an ARC and Wellcome Trust travelling fellow in the US and Europe and subsequently held the Muir Hambro Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians.

Authors: Scott, David L, Kingsley, Gabrielle . Inflammatory Arthritis in Clinical Practice is intended primarily as a concise practical handbook for general practitioners, rheumatology doctors in training and those in related specialties like orthopaedics.

Inflammatory Arthritis in Clinical Practice is intended primarily as a concise practical handbook for general practitioners, rheumatology doctors in training and those in related specialties like orthopaedics. It will also be of interest to specialist nurses and allied health professionals working in the field. It covers all aspects of the diagnosis and management of rheumatoid arthritis and s with chapters on. Rheumatoid arthritis – pathogenesis, clinical features, laboratory investigations, imaging, predicting outcomes and health economics.

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It places inflammatory arthritis into a historical context; deals with the epidemiology, pathology, clinical assessment and investigation of. .by Ian C. Scott (Author), James B. Galloway (Author), David L. Scott (Author) & 0 more.

It provides insight into stratified medicine, an area of emerging importance in the management of heterogeneous diseases like RA. Finally, it provides an overview of what treatments strategies are in development.

This book aims to cover these areas  . A number of clinical and laboratory methods have been developed to measure both the disease activity and severity of inflammatory arthritis patients.

Автор: Ian C. Scott; James B. Galloway; David L. Scott Название: Inflammatory Arthritis in Clinical Practice .

The book will be of particular interest to rheumatologists, dermatologists, and family practitioners.

There has been a revolution in treatments for inflammatory arthritis. Mostly, this is due to the introduction of biologics, particularly TNF inhibitors. These have changed approach to treatment in two ways. First, they appear substantially more effective than conventional drugs. Second, they are far more expensive than traditional treatment approaches. One consequence of this therapeutic revolution is a need to better understand arthritis and to place the new biological treatments into the context of existing management approaches.

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