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Synonyms for pearl

someone or something considered exceptionally precious

Synonyms for pearl

a smooth lustrous round structure inside the shell of a clam or oyster

a shade of white the color of bleached bones

a shape that is spherical and small

Synonyms

gather pearls, from oysters in the ocean

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Throughout each section, the authors have provided clinical pearls that would require a good clinical mentor or a few years of experience for a new practitioner to acquire.
While the medical school bookstores are resplendent with guides to the rapid interpretations of EKGs, neuro-trauma, clinical pearls, or frequently asked questions on dermatology rounds, there's not one guide that helps the new, white-coated student assist a patient with their Wofring, Manz, and Krause glands going at full tilt.
Reference lists of clinical literature designed to support the implementation of prescriptive protocols and clinical pearls.
As his practice and knowledge base grew, so did a pool of clinical pearls that he shared with approximately 30 other doctors.
The introductory section addresses approaches to the patient, clinical problem solving, and reading, followed by cases presented in random order, which include a summary, questions and answers, analysis, terminology, the approach to the clinical problem, comprehension questions, and clinical pearls.
For each disorder, the signs and symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and clinical pearls are given, along with other information.
Now on to some great clinical pearls, I hope you enjoy them
A section on approaching the patient, clinical problem solving, reading, and surgery precedes the cases, which include a summary, questions and answers, an analysis, terminology, the clinical approach, multiple-choice comprehension questions, and clinical pearls.
3) Practical clinical pearls will be discussed to improve cardiovascular outcomes of patients at risk
This month's column offers both laughs and learning--two bloopers and three clinical pearls.
This was one of several clinical pearls that he shared about how to effectively manage patients taking opioids and other medications with drug abuse liability Here are some of his other pearls:
The initial section covers approaches to the patient, clinical problem solving, and reading, followed by a section containing the cases, each with a summary of key aspects, open-ended questions and answers, analysis, definitions of terms, the approach to clinical problems, multiple-choice comprehension questions, and clinical pearls.
Other features are critical thinking questions and answers, key point summaries, clinical pearls, and a glossary.
Org and the CICT that this will lead to a stronger partnership in the exchange of clinical experience through case studies and experiential narratives, as well as traffic general observations, clinical pearls, tips, and best practices regarding diagnostic skills, procedural skills, clinical data, and discoveries.
The therapy section offers dosages, side effects and their management, clinical pearls, and charts on topics such as liver biopsies during methotrexate therapy
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