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Gibson P. Evidence-based respiratory medicine. Oxford: Blackwell BMJ, 2005.
  1. Robert Parker, MSc, MRCP
  1. Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust
 Oxford, UK

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    The stated aim of Evidence-based respiratory medicine is to provide clinicians with a desktop reference that summarises published information and provides advice in specific situations to advance patient care. Its 550 pages are divided into 6 chapters, each with its own editor.

    The first chapter discusses practising evidence-based diagnosis and therapeutics. The next 5 chapters cover specific diseases, with asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and pulmonary infection providing the bulk of the book. The final 2 …

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