Clinical Chemistry: Concepts and Applications

McGraw-Hill, Medical Pub. Division, 2003 - 723 páginas
Designed to serve as a student textbook, it is also valuable as a reference book for practicing professionals. This book will emphasize theory, concepts, correlations, and applications; it will also include principles of analytical techniques, though it is not designed to be a technical manual. This excellent text and reference provides detailed discussions on the basic principles of clinical chemistry, including carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and enzymes, renal function, and liver function. Coverage also includes electrolytes and acid base balance, endocrine function and related disorders, G.I. and pancreatic function, nutrition, special testing, and more.

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