In this slideshow, we review the year's most noteworthy new books in rheumatology as selected by BookAuthority.com. This is by no means a comprehensive list, but it offers a good look at the diverse selections of rheumatology books published this year.
In this slideshow, we review the year's most noteworthy new books in rheumatology as selected by BookAuthority.com. This is by no means a comprehensive list, but it offers a good look at the diverse selection of rheumatology books published this year.
"Absolute Rheumatology Review," edited by Petros Efthimiou, published Oct 12, 2019. This book provides up-to-date information about treatments for rheumatic disease. It is designed to prepare physicians to take the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Rheumatology Certification Exam.
"Controversies in Rheumatology, an Issue of Rheumatic Disease Clinics of North America," edited by Jonathan Kay, M.D., Sergio Schwartzman, M.D., and Michael Weisman, M.D. This book focuses on subjects that include triple therapy or methotrexate plus a biologic as initial treatment for rheumatoid arthritis; hypo and hyper-uricemia as a risk for cardiac morbidity and mortality; benefits and risks assocaited with biosimilars; platelet-rich plasma for osteoarthritis; and, more.
"Rheumatology Made Ridiculously Simple," by Adam J. Brown, M.D. This book covers simply and directly a broad range of rheumatic diseases with case studies.
"Pediatric Rheumatology," by Leslie Schwartz who covers rheumatic issues for the pediatric rheumatologist. These include: juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, juvenile dermatomyositis, juvenile lupus, mixed connective tissue disease, Kawasaki disease and fibromyalgia.
"Rheumatology, An Evidence-Based Approach," by Jeffrey Cain. This book addresses the basics of treating rheumatic diseases such as osteoarthritis, tendinitis, capsulitis, palindromic rheumatism, SjÃ¶gren syndrome, dermatomyositis and systemic lupus erythematosus.
"Rheumatology Nursing, Scope and Standards of Practice, 2nd Edition," by the Rheumatology Nursing Society and the American Nurses Association. This book addresses the role of rheumatology nurses in clinic practice, and much more.
"The Foot and Ankle in Rheumatology," by Philip S. Helliwell, Mike R. Backhouse, Heidi J. Siddle. This book is is a comprehensive guide to all aspects of the management of foot and ankle pathologies in rheumatic conditions.
"Technology and Big Data in Rheumatology, an Issue of Rheumatic Disease Clinics of North America," Jeffrey Curtis M.D., Kevin Winthrop, M.D., Kaleb Michaud, Ph.D. Articles in this issue include, but are not limited to: Adherence & Adverse Event Ascertainment through mHealth; Digital Patient Education and Decision Aids; Imaging in the mobile domain; Quality Measures made easier with mHealth data; Patient self-management and tracking; Motivational Counseling and SMS Reminders; Digital Interventions to build community support; Telehealth to solve cases in under-resourced areas; Trials, eConsents, Data Linkage & the Future; Clinical experience with devices; and PROMIS vs legacy data instruments.
"Rheumatology Nurse, Because Badass Miracle Worker Is Not An Official Job Title," by Tamara Kingsley. This is a notebook, but it's worth a mention here for journal keepers and wannabe authors.
"Crash Course Rheumatology and Orthopaedics," by Marc Aitken MBChB MRCP, Anthony Gibson, MBBS MRCS. This book is a study guide which comes highly recommended.
"Adolescent and Young Adult Rheumatology In Clinical Practice," by Janet E. McDonagh and Rachel Tattersall. This is a guide for treating rheumatology patients between ages 10 and 24 years.