Book 1

The Wisdom of the Body

Peter Smith Pub Incorporated. 1978

Essential Medical Terminology

Essential Medical Terminology

Jones & Bartlett Publishers. 2013

Essential Medical Terminology, Fourth Edition is included in the 2015 edition of the essential collection of Doody s Core Titles. Essential Medical Terminology, Fourth Edition is updated with a new full-color design as well as new and revised terms and definitions. The Fourth Edition includes more than 200 full-color photos, illustrations, and tables to enhance key points and aid comprehension. This best-selling introduction to medical terminology is based on the body-systems method and is...

Definition of Serious and Complex Medical Conditions

Definition of Serious and Complex Medical Conditions

National Academies Press. 1999

In response to a request by the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA), the Institute of Medicine proposed a study to examine definitions of serious or complex medical conditions and related issues. A seven-member committee was appointed to address these issues. Throughout the course of this study, the committee has been aware of the fact that the topic addressed by this report concerns one of the most critical issues confronting HCFA, health care plans and providers, and patients...

Preparing to Pass the Medical Assisting Exam

Preparing to Pass the Medical Assisting Exam

Jones & Bartlett Publishers. 2010

Preparing to Pass the Medical Assisting Exam is written in a straightforward format with over 1,000 review questions including answers and explanations. With the most up-to-date content reflective of the exam, this guide is a comprehensive, affordable resource to prepare readers to sit for the 200-question CMA exam, and 200-210-question RMA exam, with confidence. Including test-taking strategies and over 150 tables and illustrations, students and professionals of all learning types will find...

Biological and Medical Research in Space

Biological and Medical Research in Space

Springer Science & Business Media. 2012

Life Science studies in space were initially driven by the need to explore how man could survive spaceflight conditions; the effects of being launched un der high accelerations, exposed to weightlessness and radiation for different periods of time, and returned to Earth in safety. In order to substantiate the detailed knowledge of potentially adverse effects, many model experiments were launched using organisms which ranged from bacteria, plants, inverte brates, rodents and primates through...