Medical Laboratory Technology: Volume -I, 2/e

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Celebrating a vast readership among clinical laboratory personnel for over two decades, Medical Laboratory Technology, in its revised, enlarged and updated edition, brings together all relevant medical laboratory technologies new and existing ones in three volumes. Particularly tailored to the needs of laboratories with limited facilities in developing countries, the book:

  • Describes all tests in a step-by-step manner with guidelines to avoid errors and hazards
  • Details the care and use of laboratory equipments and preparation of reagents
  • Highlights the clinical significance of laboratory findings
  • Provides diagrams for easy comprehension
  • Introduces methods and procedures for producing reliable laboratory findings

    Contents:
  • Introduces methods and procedures for producing reliable laboratory findings

    Vol. I: Introduction, Hematology and Coagulation, Immunohaematology (or Blood Banking)
  • Introduces methods and procedures for producing reliable laboratory findings

    Vol. II: Microbiology, Serology, Clinical Pathology
  • Introduces methods and procedures for producing reliable laboratory findings

    Vol. III: Clinical Biochemistry, Histology and Cytology, Miscellaneous Information
  • Introduces methods and procedures for producing reliable laboratory findings

    This book serves as an invaluable reference for students as well as practicing professionals in medical diagnostic laboratories.
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    Contents

    Gapítuale Tipos y estereotipos
    1
    La comunidad humana
    22
    La muerte y el mundo del más allá
    42
    Copyright

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    About the author (1992)

    Mary Lee Bretz is Professor Emerita of Spanish and former Chair of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Rutgers University. Professor Bretz received her Ph.D. in Spanish from the University of Maryland. She has published numerous books and articles on nineteenth- and twentieth-century Spanish literature and on the application of contemporary literary theory to the study and teaching of Hispanic literature.

    Trisha Dvorak is Senior Program Manager with Educational Outreach at the University of Washington. She has coordinated elementary language programs in Spanish and taught courses in Spanish language and foreign language methodology. Professor Dvorak received her Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin. She has published books and articles on aspects of foreign language learning and teaching and is co-author of Composicion: Proceso y sintesis, a writing text for third year college students.

    Carl Kirschner is Professor of Spanish and Dean of Rutgers College. Formerly Chair of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Rutgers, he has taught courses in linguistics (syntax and semantics), sociolinguistics and bilingualism, and second language acquisition. Professor Kirschner received his Ph.D. in Spanish Linguistics from the University of Massachusetts. He has published a book on Spanish semantics and numerous articles on Spanish syntax, semantics, and bilingualism, and edited a volume on Romance linguistics.

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