Essentials of Basic Science in Surgery
Edward Bruce Savage, Steven J. Fishman, Leonard D. Miller
Lippincott, Jan 1, 1993 - Medical - 404 pages
Based on a program that has resulted in scores in the 99th percentile in American Board of Surgery exams...edited by surgeons who have recently passed or given the board exams, Essentials of Basic Science in Surgery will enhance the understanding of how basic science is integrated into surgery. Coverage ranges from atherosclerosis and atherogenesis and wound healing, through principles of anesthesia surgical infectious disease, radiation and chemotherapy to tumor immunobiology and pharmacology.
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BIOCHEMISTRY OF METABOLISM
FLUID BALANCE AND ELECTROLYTES
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