Primary and related care Practitioners discuss experiences and aspects working in general practice. The ability to unravel the nature of diseases merely by listening to patients describing their symptoms is one of the most fundamental and satisfying skills in medicine and these recordings aim to bring that to the listener's experience.
Included are classic texts that are much beloved by medical students and physicians-in-training throughout the English-speaking world, as many editions indicate. They are chock full of the pearls of clinical wisdom that students and practitioners treasure, and many of these lessons apply to medicine in general.
From recalls the in daily life of a country practitioner in a Welsh village in the 1930s and 1940s, to the dramatic changes engendered by the antibiotic revolution, to the simple 'match test' for pulmonary function; these audio recordings are a treasure trove of golden nuggets for the monastic physician.
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