Good Clinical Diagnostic Practice
A Guide for Clinicians in Developing Countries to the Clinical Diagnosis of Disease and to Making Proper use of ClinicaL
The aim of this book is to bridge the gap between the diagnostic departments and the clinical wards in order to improve the coordination of the different services that are involved in patient care, each service with its specific task and responsibility. It has been written to improve the clinical and diagnostic skills of physicians. The manual assumes that clinicians have been trained in history taking, physical examination and use of laboratory investigations and also have access to basic clinical diagnostic equipment and to essential laboratory tests.