Publisher: U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School 2003
Number of pages: 232
This subcourse is concerned with the blood tests performed in the hematology section of the laboratory. The purpose of these tests is to aid the physician in diagnosis. Thus, these tests are important and often essential to the health and life of the patient. Thorough study of this subcourse should enable you to better fulfill your role in health care.
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by A. Gewirtz, E. Muchmore, L. Burns - American Society of Hematology
This book is published annually by the American Society of Hematology in one volume per year. From the table of contents: Evidence-Based Guidelines, Myelodysplastic Syndromes, Myeloproliferative Disorders, Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria, etc.
by F. J. Manning, L. R. Sparacino - National Academies Press
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- Scholastic Inc.
This book is a resource-filled, national standards-based teaching guide that will capture your students' attention. Students will see real hematologists in action working with patients, performing experiments in laboratories, and making discoveries.
by Osaro Erhabor, Teddy Charles Adias - InTech
This basic text is aimed at improving the knowledge of allied medical and medical students, and other healthcare professionals involved in blood transfusion, empowering them to offer the best possible blood transfusion services to their patients.