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UCSF Outpatient Medical Handbook

This handbook is written and used by the UCSF medicine residents and has need-to-know clinical info on outpatient topics with concise sections on evaluation, management, and “when to refer”. With the AgileMD version (accessible even without an internet connection), you can search content quickly, link to calculators, view images, and jump to PubMed references. Use this before or after seeing any patient with a general medicine clinic problem (E.g. AFib, CAD, DM, Hyperthyroid, Women’s Health, Headache, Cough, Diarrhea, etc). This handbook is useful in both the outpatient and inpatient settings.

Dr. Michelle Lin’s Emergency Medicine Cards

This is a set of over 100 interactive and easy-to-access cards from Dr. Michelle Lin’s renowned blog Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM). Quick and interactive on-the-go and continuously updated references of common emergency medicine topics for attending physicians, residents, and medical students. Includes images, examples, clinical pearls, and current guidelines with linked cited references. Use these cards in the ED and acute-care settings.

Internal Medicine: Symptom-to-Diagnosis Algorithms

This comprehensive collection of algorithms outlines step-by-step clinical reasoning from chief complaint to diagnosis. This collection covers all major internal medicine chief complaints, including dyspnea, abdominal pain, headache, chest pain, and many more.Delivered in step-by-step decision trees, these algorithms teach and guide clinicians through sound evidence-based clinical reasoning. Citations and primary references are provided with each algorithm.