Introduction to Clinical Biochemistry: Interpreting Blood Results
by Graham Basten
Publisher: BookBoon 2011
Number of pages: 54
This book is a concise introduction to the common blood tests and concepts used in pathology. It is aimed for undergraduate students reading medicine, nursing and midwifery and subjects allied to health such as Biomedical Science. It should also be accessible to patients and people with a non-clinical background but an interest in the subject.
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