The Clinical Medical Assistant
This text consists of the clinical section of the Kinn/Woods/Derge textbook. It looks at the assistant's role and guides him/her in understanding the reasons for the methods of examination and testing, as well as giving him procedure protocols. A chapter on anatomy/physiology reviews the location and function of all body systems, as well as the major diseases and disorders of each. The book includes theory and background information, as well as step-by-step procedures.
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Basic Concepts of Asepsis
Malfunctions of the Immune System
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