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Blood and Ink
by Kevin Kerrane
<p><em>A Richard Selzer Reader: Blood and Ink</em> is a career-spanning collection, including major short stories and essays by the renowned doctor-author. In the 1960s, while practicing as a general surgeon and teaching surgery at the Yale ...eBook
by Thomas Longmore
<p>Gunshot wounds consist of injuries from missiles projected by the force of explosion. As the name implies, this class of wounds is ordinarily restricted to injuries resulting from fire-arms; but it should be remembered that wounds possessing ...eBook
by Brown, J. H. U.
Advances in Biomedical Engineering, Volume 2, is a collection of papers that discusses the basic sciences, the applied sciences of engineering, the medical sciences, and the delivery of health services. One paper discusses the models of adrenal ...eBook
by Brown, J. H. U.
Advances in Biomedical Engineering, Volume 6, is a collection of papers that discusses the role of integrated electronics in medical systems and the usage of biological mathematical models in biological systems. Other papers deal with the healtheBook
by Dewhurst, D. J.
An Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation presents a course of study and applications covering the basic principles of medical and biological instrumentation, as well as the typical features of its design and construction. <br>The book aims ...eBook
by Kenedi, R. M.
Biomechanics and Related Bio-Engineering Topics ...eBook
by Hall, C. William
Biomedical Engineering II: Recent Developments covers some progress made in biochemical engineering, which have some useful application in dentistry, medical instrumentation, and orthopedics. The book provides a detailed testing and analysis of ...eBook
by Heineman, W. R.
<b>Keeping up to date with new biosensors developments has been getting harder ...</b><p><br><p><br>- one of the fastest moving fields of academic and industrial research in the world<p><br>- a constant stream of new commercial ...eBook
by Roman Hossain
Today's pharmaceutical industry, like most industries, is driven by profits above anything else. Before investing in any new drug, pharmaceutical companies first take a long and hard look at the market for the drug in question, and then predict ...eBook
True Stories from People Who Live with Mental Illness
by Lenore Rowntree & Andrew Boden
<p><em>A revised and updated edition of a collection of personal essays that illuminate what life is like for those who live with mental illness, and how it impacts their family members.</em></p> <p>More than 4 million Canadians and 57 million ...eBook
The Experience and Science of Chronic Addiction
by Henrietta Robin Barnes MD
This book, written from the perspective of a practicing primary care physician, interweaves patients’ stories with fascinating new brain research to show how addictive drugs overtake basic brain functions and transform them to create a chronic ...eBook
by George M. Hall
<p>This concise paperback is one of the best known guides to writing a paper for publication in biomedical journals. Its straightforward format – a chapter covering each of part of the structured abstract – makes it relevant and easy to use for ...eBook
by George M. Hall
This bestselling guide provides clear instructions on getting published in biomedical journals. Now in its fourth edition, <i>How to Write a Paper</i> has been fully revised and updated to include all aspects on writing each section of a ...eBook
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by I. Jaros
<p><strong>Example in this ebook</strong></p> <p>Professors Von Pettenkofer, Parkes, and Buck, pronounced Hygienists, have contributed largely to establishing theories regarding clothing materials and their relations to health. These ...eBook
by Ratna Magotra
The heart is a living organ bestowed with romantic, spiritual, and indeed a vital mystique through the ages. Speaking medically, it is an intricately designed pump that beats ceaselessly through the entire life time of an individual. As the ...eBook
by Wilcocks, Charles
Medical Advance, Public Health and Social Evolution is an attempt to relate medical progress to the intellectual climate of the various broad periods of history, and to the social changes which took place in those periods and which ...eBook
by Dummer, G. W. A.
Medical Electronic Laboratory Equipment 1967-68 provides information of a comprehensive range of electronic and nucleonic equipment for use in laboratories concerned with all branches of medical research. This book covers a variety of topics, ...eBook
by Oliver Wendell Holmes
<p>Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. was born on August 29th 1809. Among his many talents were those of physician, poet, professor, lecturer, and author. Here we concentrate on his writing. He was regarded by many of his peers – including such ...eBook
by Princeton Review
<p><strong>The inside word on medical school admissions.</strong></p> <p>Gaining admission to a top medical school requires more than "just" a stellar MCAT score and an excellent GPA. You'll also need to nail your personal statement. ...eBook
by Clyde W. Johnson M.D.
<p>This book is about my experiences, observations, and opinions during my fifty year career.</p> <p>Also included are other essays and anecdotes of interest. We are all entitled to our own opinions and this is mine. I'm sure there are those ...eBook