Tietz fundamentals of clinical chemistry
W.B. Saunders, Jan 15, 1996 - Medical - 881 pages
-- New chapters on cardiac function and laboratory management.
-- Specifically targets the student MT and MLT markets, can be used by other clinical chemists.
-- Illustrations and tables show critical information in a way that the text cannot.
-- Use of color sets off chemical equations, figures, and tables from text.
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General Laboratory Techniques and Procedures
Sources of Biological Variation
Analytical Techniques and Instrumentation
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