Advances in Critical Care Testing: The 1996 IFCC-AVL Award

Advances in Critical Care Testing: The 1996 IFCC-AVL Award

by W.F. List
     
 

The first volume of Advances in Critical Care Testing contains clinical and laboratory studies related to critically ill patients involving new technology, therapy, and application or interpretation of new tests. The subject matter of the book is of interest to both clinicians and laboratory scientitsts with a wide range of topics including inflammation, infection,

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The first volume of Advances in Critical Care Testing contains clinical and laboratory studies related to critically ill patients involving new technology, therapy, and application or interpretation of new tests. The subject matter of the book is of interest to both clinicians and laboratory scientitsts with a wide range of topics including inflammation, infection, stress, hypoxia, ischaemia, cardiology, haemodynamics, blood gases, electrolytes, trace elements, nephrology, gastroenterology, haematology and new technologies.

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Reviewer: David J. Dries, MD (University of Minnesota Medical School)
Description: This is a collection of abstracts on papers presented at the competition for the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry Award.
Purpose: Leading papers from this congress are summarized. Abstracts of other well-received presentations are provided.
Audience: Clinical chemists are the optimal audience for this short collection. The editors and authors represent a variety of European and Asian centers.
Features: Finalists in categories including inflammation, hypoxia, cardiology, blood gas monitoring, gastroenterology, and hematology are presented in this softbound volume of approximately 230 pages. Leading papers are presented in their entirety. Other papers are summarized as abstracts. Tables and illustrations are provided in black-and-white and they reproduce well. A brief subject index is provided.
Assessment: The laboratory professional or intensivist may wish to peruse this collection of papers. Although a variety of intriguing techniques are presented, clinical correlation remains to determine the significance of this work.
Reviewer: David J. Dries, MD(University of Minnesota Medical School)
Description: This is a collection of abstracts on papers presented at the competition for the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry Award.
Purpose: Leading papers from this congress are summarized. Abstracts of other well-received presentations are provided.
Audience: Clinical chemists are the optimal audience for this short collection. The editors and authors represent a variety of European and Asian centers.
Features: Finalists in categories including inflammation, hypoxia, cardiology, blood gas monitoring, gastroenterology, and hematology are presented in this softbound volume of approximately 230 pages. Leading papers are presented in their entirety. Other papers are summarized as abstracts. Tables and illustrations are provided in black-and-white and they reproduce well. A brief subject index is provided.
Assessment: The laboratory professional or intensivist may wish to peruse this collection of papers. Although a variety of intriguing techniques are presented, clinical correlation remains to determine the significance of this work.
David J. Dries
This is a collection of abstracts on papers presented at the competition for the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry Award. Leading papers from this congress are summarized. Abstracts of other well-received presentations are provided. Clinical chemists are the optimal audience for this short collection. The editors and authors represent a variety of European and Asian centers. Finalists in categories including inflammation, hypoxia, cardiology, blood gas monitoring, gastroenterology, and hematology are presented in this softbound volume of approximately 230 pages. Leading papers are presented in their entirety. Other papers are summarized as abstracts. Tables and illustrations are provided in black-and-white and they reproduce well. A brief subject index is provided. The laboratory professional or intensivist may wish to peruse this collection of papers. Although a variety of intriguing techniques are presented, clinical correlation remains to determine the significance of this work.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9783540625902
Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date:
07/28/1997
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
238
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.54(d)

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