Pathophysiology: Principles of Disease
A basic text for associate degree in nursing. Aims to help students understand the underlying mechanisms of disease, the rationale for designated treatments and the complex interrelationships between critical systems.
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Cellular Life NeedsA Systemic Overview
THE CELLULAR NEED FOR FLUID AND ELECTROLYTE BALANCE
Intercompartmental Fluid Flow
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