Quickly master the basics of medical terminology and begin speaking and writing terms almost immediately! Using Davi-Ellen Chabner's proven learning methods, Medical Terminology: A Short Course, 6th Edition omits time-consuming, nonessential information and helps you build a working medical vocabulary of the most frequently encountered suffixes, prefixes, and word roots. Medical terms are introduced in the context of human anatomy and physiology to help you understand exactly what they mean, and case studies, vignettes, and activities demonstrate how medical terms are used in practice.
The Survival Medicine Handbook - A Guide for When Medical Help is Not on the Way
The Survival Medicine Handbook is not your standard first aid book. It assumes that no hospital or doctor is available in the aftermath of a catastrophic event. This book will give you the tools to handle injuries and illness for when YOU might be the end of the line with regards to your family's medical well-being.
This self-help guide is intended for scientific and medical professionals and students who wish to improve their scientific writing skills. Exercises invite the reader to practice the most important aspects of scientific writing. Although the book addresses certain issues more troublesome to scientific communicators of a non-English language origin, the guide will be of equal benefit to those whose first language is English. If you do not only want to write but want to write well, this book is for you.
Trends in Pharmacological Sciences is one of the leading monthly review journals in pharmacology and toxicology. Every issue of Trends in Pharmacological Sciences contains succinct articles on the most exciting recent developments in pharmacology and toxicology research: topics covered in the journal range from molecular to behavioural pharmacology, and from current techniques to theoretical pharmacology. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences has a prestigious Advisory Editorial Board that attest to the journal's established reputation as essential reading for all pharmacologists and toxicologists, from students to professors and directors.
This concise handbook, taking a very practical and straightforward approach, is aimed primarily at biological and medical researchers. Step by step, it guides its readers through the communication principles and all technical aspects of preparing clear and effective illustrations for scientific publications of various kinds. Among the topics covered are drawings and diagrams, photographs, charts and tables, molecular graphics, types of graphs, graph design, the journal figure, slides, posters, computer graphics, and more.
This CD-ROM teaches the most fundamental, and yet most difficult, clinical skill in medicine--listening to, eliciting, and interpreting heart sounds and murmurs--a cornerstone activity in physical diagnosis and the practice of medicine. Presents approximately 70 heart sounds, murmurs, and lung sounds with accompanying echocardiograms, phonograms, phonetics, and patient positioning information.