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by John Vivian Dacie,S. M. Lewis

ePub Practical Haematology download
John Vivian Dacie,S. M. Lewis
Churchill Livingstone; Subsequent edition (January 1, 1991)
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Each test that is described is accompanied by an explanation of the principle involved, the reliability and causes of error, interpretation of results and clinical significance. From inside the book.

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Print Book & E-Book. ISBN 9780702066962, 9780702069260. You’ll find expert discussions of the principles of each test, possible causes of error, and the interpretation and clinical significance of the findings. A unique section on haematology in under-resourced laboratories. Ideal as a laboratory reference or as a comprehensive exam study tool.

By: Dacie, John V. Contributor(s): Lewis, S. Description: 453 p. : ill. ; 25 c. SBN: 0443019819 (pb. :. ISSN: 0443033617. Subject(s): Blood - Examination Hematology - Technique Blood Diagnosis, Laboratory Hematologic diseases - DiagnosisDDC classification: 61. 7561. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Dacie and Lewis's Practical Haematology. ISBN13 9780443063770. Dacie and Lewis Practical Haematology. Subtitle Expert Consult: Online and Print.

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Practical Haematology. by John Vivian Dacie, S. Lewis. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780443039522 (978-0-443-03952-2) Softcover, Churchill Livingstone, 1991. Find signed collectible books: 'Practical Haematology'. John Vivian Dacie at LibraryThing.

This is a practical bench manual for junior postgraduates training in haematology and for MLSOs (Medical Laboratory Scientific Officers). It provides a distillation of laboratory haematology. Each blood test is described in detail and accompanied by an explanation of the principle involved, its clinical significance, causes of error, interpretation of results and the advantages and limitations of the method. This approach makes it ideal for junior staff and for more senior staff needing information on unfamiliar tests. This edition has been fully updated to take account of developments since 1984 (previous edition published) and there are additional sections on: reference ranges and normal values; laboratory organization; quality assurance; differential leucocyte count; leucocyte cytochemical and immunological techniques.
  • It is strange why more books of this kind dont get written in Laboratory Medicine, however the basic principles and premises of the practice of Hematology, nee Haematology, stand the same as its first edition in 1950. Whenever I have to teach a new summer student how to draw and stain a blood smear or count cells in a Neubauer's Chamber I take recourse to this book. Don't even throw away your old copies of books as with each new edition there is considerable attrition of valuable trouble shooting advice,like setting up a simple Autohemolysis Test for diagnosing Hereditary Spherocytosis, from old hands due to pressure for space with the advent of new Technology. This book is meant for the practicing hematologist in the field, he be a Prince or a Pauper.

  • As it's title suggests, this is the book for the practical haematologist--at all levels.
    It's THE essential reference book full of THE principles, THE methods and techniques, THE intepretation of results...need I go on?
    No serious haematology laboratory should be without it. I know colleagues with 20+ years of experience who constantly refer to it.
    If you can't afford it for yourself, demand your laboratory manager buy it. If he/she won't, find one that will!