A Textbook of Science for the Health Professions

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Nelson Thornes, 1997 - Medical - 489 pages
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There can be an important gap in a student's knowledge if fundamental principles of any one of the sciences are not fully understood. This may result in an inability to apply principles to practice. A Textbook of Science for the Health Professions provides a solid foundation for understanding science at a level appropriate to students' needs.
 

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Contents

Homeostasis
3
Summary
9
Chapters Concept of concentration
20
Unit Three Chemical Properties
27
Energy sublevels
31
Summary
41
Exothermic reactions
62
8 5 Organic acids
90
149
304
150
311
composition
322
Testing
334
Proteins
340
Nucleotides and nucleic
349
Objectives
355
Metabolism
362

Summary
103
Radiant energy
121
Diagnostic use
128
Nuclear energy
130
Heat energy
138
Pitch and loudness
144
Summary
165
Respiratory acidosis
180
Objectives
188
Summary
197
Diffusion
225
Unit Eight Life and the Cell
237
Summary
250
Nucleus function
265
Alleles 271
287
Summary
374
363
381
Chapter 36
398
Body defence mechanisms
410
Unit Thirteen Control and Regulation
421
Neuroendocrine
434
Summary
447
The periodic table
460
151
477
351
479
191
480
156
484
400
487
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