David N. Bailey, MD
Robert L. Fitzgerald, PhD, DABCC
Clinical Chemistry focuses on the laboratory diagnosis of the most common diseases by organ system and relates diagnostic testing to the pathophysiology of the diseases in development of the differential diagnosis. Analytical methodology essential to interpreting test results is discussed. Learning objectives and key terms are defined at the beginning of each chapter.
The product of an introductory course in clinical chemistry for medical students at the University of California-San Diego, Clinical Chemistry contains all the core material needed for teaching pathology residents and medical technology students during required rotations in clinical chemistry.
The material in this book should also help students to be well-prepared for their respective licensing examinations and clinical rotations and assist residents preparing for board examinations.
A complete package--the book and the companion study tool—provides a core element in conducting an introductory course in clinical chemistry for health sciences students and pathology residents.
The companion study tool is a comprehensive slide presentation that covers and complements all 21 chapters of the book. It can be used as an individual study guide or as a companion presentation for an instructor teaching a course on clinical chemistry.
Upon completing purchase of the ebook, the buyer will receive a purchase confirmation that contains easy to follow instructions on how to download and access the companion study tool. (Purchase confirmation may take up to 24 hours to receive).632 slide companion study tool (Powerpoint)