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Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s edited collections and monographs present leading research in medicine across key topics, including the history of medicine, medical ethics, and clinical practice and surgery. Combined, this diverse collection of books will be of interest to healthcare professionals and medical students, as well as researchers in the humanities. 

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Pharmaceuticals in the European Union

This book offers the first complete and up-to-date analysis of the European Union’s regulation of medicines. Through a reasoned description ranging from regulatory developments to the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union, it delineates the current European pharmaceutical regulation system. Moreover, the econo...
£58.99

Roman Military Medicine

This work sheds light on the mostly obscure topic of medicine and its use in the Roman military. It explores the workings of the ancient healthcare system, the methods of care by physicians, and the treatments for different ailments and injuries. The contributions utilise historical writings, archeological artifacts, and more recen...
£58.99

The Creative Advantages of Schizophrenia

The aphorism that madness and creative genius are opposing sides of the same coin predates contemporary psychiatry and has existed since the time of the great Stagirite Aristotle. Schizophrenia is one mental disorder intimately linked with creative thinking and achievement. There is no shortage of eminent scientists, thinkers, writ...
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On Theory

This book provides value to anyone interested in theory—for understanding why it exists, why it exists in the form it does, what it is (and what it is not), how to do it and when and where, and the responsibilities it entails. It is useful for those studying theory (or the philosophy of science), for those writing theory, for those...
£61.99

Psychopathology and Atmospheres

Feeling sad during a funeral and being relaxed while having dinner with friends are atmospheric feelings. However, the notion of “atmosphere”, meaning not only a subjective mood, but a sensorial and affective quality that is widespread in space and determines the way one experiences it, has intensified only recently in scientific d...
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The Diagnosis and Treatment of Spasticity

This volume is an updated practical guide to the diagnosis and treatment of spasticity, authored by experienced physicians with different specialties. It will help both GPs and specialists, through its provision of a number of tips and tricks to safely provide patients with the most convenient treatment of their spasticity....
£58.99

Transdisciplinarity and Translationality in High Dilution Research

While evidence for the biological effects of high dilutions (above Avogadro’s number) has been extensively documented since the 1980s, it seems to remain invisible to part of the global scientific community. This book provides investigators and other interested readers with direct access to the latest research, conducted between 20...
£61.99

Dark Tales of Illness, Medicine, and Madness

The text is an astonishingly strange—and often mordant—journey through the world of illness, doctors and patients. It shows the extremes of human nature in the complex, dangerous relationships between patients and doctors, public responses to notorious medical quacks, murders, unscrupulous treatments and other crimes in the world o...
£61.99

The Dark Side of Neuro-Intervention

Neuro-intervention is widely believed to be one of medicine’s most exciting specialties, given that it is growing, dynamic and often rewarding in countless ways to both practitioners and patients. However, it can be a source of misfortune to recipients and its providers alike, in more ways than many of us realize or care to admit. ...
£64.99

A Pessimistic Guide to Anti-aging Research

This book provides the reader with a broad overview of the biology of aging, and offers a critical analysis of past, present and possible future anti-aging interventions. It begins by evaluating the state of research on aging and anti-aging interventions on the basis of scientific merit and underlying biology, before discussing the...
£58.99

Procedural Manual of Neurosonology

Written by several stroke neurosonology experts in Asia, this volume brings together the diverse experiences and skills of a number of leading practitioners in the field. In addition to detailing the ‘science’ behind various neurosonological evaluations, it documents the ‘art’ of performing these tests and provides representative c...
£58.99

African Perspectives on Some Contemporary Bioethics Problems

This collection of essays addresses an important cross-section of issues in contemporary bioethics. It represents an essential contribution to global bioethics anchored and grounded on a continent most remarkable for its biological, cultural and linguistic diversity. It is a fitting beginning to addressing the observable absence of...
£61.99
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