|Other titles||Clinical methods and apparatus.|
|Statement||prepared by James R. Critser, Jr.|
|Contributions||Lexington Data, Inc.|
|LC Classifications||R855.3 .C75 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||345 p. :|
|Number of Pages||345|
|LC Control Number||92120657|
As all editions this is a good book that demystifies clinical methods for the undergraduate. Lots of nice diagrams and pearls. Perhaps some emphasis on what is commoner and what is less common is the only aspect that I felt could be improved upon. I have been in practice in medicine for nearly 40 years and have been teaching for more than 30 years. Meherban Singh Clinical methods – Pediatrics book for clinical methods. A must have book for medical students and has extensively written chapters on various systems, neonates, anthropometry and concise summaries at the ends. These are the books which are read extensively in Nepal, India and Bangladesh by MBBS students. This book examines the scientific basis of each method, its scope, as well as its limitations. Organized into 19 chapters, this volume starts with an overview of the scope of the clinical chemist's responsibility, which includes the collection of the specimen for analysis, performance of the test, reporting the results to a responsible party, and interpretation of results to clinicians. This book includes 17 completely rewritten chapters and 7 new ones, on nephelometry and turbidimetry, gas chromatography, mass spectrometry, flow cytometry, automated immunoassay systems 4/5(2).
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