The Manual of Allergy and Clinical Immunology provides brief clinical summaries of complex and emerging topics encountered in the field of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. As knowledge in the specialty is rapidly evolving, this book condenses this material while maintaining an evidence-based approach to the practice. It addresses recent developments in allergy and clinical immunology, as there is an increased awareness and interest in these topics due to their impact on a large cohort of the population. It is a quick ‘go-to’ practical and informative guide for students and residents studying for their exams as well as for clinicians in practice.
- Serves as a handy, practical reference guide to immunologic and allergic diseases for healthcare professionals in both primary and specialty medicine, as well as a study resource for medical students and trainees
- Summarizes high-yield clinical information in the field to make it easily accessible and user friendly for clinicians and students
- Several chapters include a unique section on the management of allergic/immunologic disorders in pregnant women