After the success of previous three editions, we are delighted to introduce fourth revised and updated edition of this book. On discussion with students and teachers of different institutions, we have found that students do not like to read the textbook on medicine, instead they prefer ready-made clinical notes so that they can get through the final examination. We must say here that to pass the final professional exam is not difficult but to get admission in PG Course is difficult without reading the textbooks and updating the knowledge. Most of the students get good marks in MBBS examinations but fail to get admission in PG Course. The reason is simple. They have no basic knowledge about the subject, so they find it difficult to attempt objective questions. The objective questions asked in PG entrance are so vast, that they cannot be attempted unless or until students are well-versed with subject and recent advances in medicine. After reading this book, the students will not find difficulty to attempt objective questions asked in PG entrance examination.
Keeping the above difficulties in mind, we advise the students to read Textbook of Medicine thoroughly and prepare their own clinical notes for the examinations instead of reading the prepared stereotyed clinical notes. Medical science is fast expanding, hence, new informations are being added every year, therefore one has to keep his/her knowledge updated. We have revised and updated this edition by adding new informations, recent advances and updated treatment protocol. New classifications/guidelines have also been added.
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Dr. S.N. Chugh:
Dr. S.N. Chugh retired as a Sr. Professor and Pro-Vice-Chancellor in Pt. B.D. Sharma, Postgraduate Medical Surgical Nursing Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak, Haryana. He has a vast experience of 30 years in teaching and research.
In 1998, he received the Searle Oration award from the Association of Physicians of India and in 2010, the Bela Devi Oration award from the West Delhi Physicians Forum. He has also received the Sainani Gold Medal for academic excellence from the Indian Academy of Clinical Medicine in 2007. He has received the Rashtriya Gaurav Award and the Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Award from a voluntary international organization for his lifetime achievements. He has also been awarded the Best Doctor of Year 2013 by the Indian Medical Association.
Prof. Chugh is a Fellow of the Indian College of Physicians (FICP), the International College of Nutrition (FICN), the International Medical Sciences Academy (FIMSA), the Indian Academy of Clinical Medicine (FIACM), the Indian Society of Cardiology (FISC) and a member of the National Academy of Medical Sciences (MNAMS).
He has visited many countries and delivered lectures in the field of medicine and toxicology. He has done pioneer work in the field of toxicology for which he is internationally recognised. He has also organised and taken part in symposia in the subject of General Medicine in different institutions.