Murtaghs Practice Tips is the trusted resource that provides tips for GPs and other medical practitioners drawn from John Murtaghs extensive experience in practice. It is the essential guide for tried-and-tested approaches to treatment and improvisation methods, using convenient tools and readily available equipment to treat patients as effectively as possible. For this eighth edition, Professor Murtagh is joined by Dr Justin Coleman, who wrote the GP Tips handy hints column in Medical Observer for 13 years. Written with the busy practitioner in mind, this latest edition describes techniques using common terminology to suit practitioners at all levels of experience. More than 450 new and revised detailed illustrations help guide the practitioner through the various procedures.
Content throughout this new edition has been updated, providing essential information and step-by- step instructions on how to deal with conditions encountered by GPs around the world in everyday practice. New and updated content includes: accessible technology tools; excisions; suturing, including the bush suture; medical phone apps; injections and topical anaesthesia; cryotherapy and therapeutic venesection
Uses common terminology to suit practitioners at all levels of experience
Described treatments use tools and equipment readily available in GP practices
Concise language, Clear illustrations, Indexed
Co-author, Justin Coleman, Senior Lecturer UQ and Griffith universities, 20 years in rural general practice, past Medical Observer columnist
The Murtagh brand is trusted and respected across the region & maintains its popularity after 20 years
Provides busy GPs with a practical, comprehensive resource with simple, clear diagrams and step-by- step instructions to guide them in the management of the most common presenting conditions in their practice
10 minute patient consults mean that the busy GP needs easy access to up to date, practical and easily digestible content.
Routinely updated (last edition published 2017)
Available in multiple formats