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Blood offers greater coverage of blood physiology, immunology, transfusion therapy and complications than in publisher's award-winning title Dailey's Notes on Blood. It also includes special circulations, MHC, apheresis, bone marrow transplant, questions and answers, and 78 text-related commonly used blood tests, with uses, results, and value indications.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

First Place Winner in the American Medical Writers Association Book Awards Competition, Allied Health Category, 1999 for books published in 1998, BLOOD provides practical, concise information on blood physiology, immunology, transfusion therapy, and related topics in a self-teaching format. Q&As for each chapter, quick reference margin words and 78 text-related commonly used blood tests make this the ideal text for beginning medical students, nurses, allied health, and industry.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Lisa Boggio, MS, MD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
Description: This overview of blood as an organ system briefly describes, in easy to understand terms, the functions of blood and its cellular components, disorders, and treatment. The uses of blood in therapy for anemias and malignancies are also well described.
Purpose: This book meets its purpose: to describe blood and its functions without confusion and in a straightforward manner.
Audience: Ancillary medical personnel without extensive scientific background such as medical technologists, medical secretaries, and patients, as well as nurses without extensive experience in hematologic disorders and malignancies are the audience.
Features: Blood as an organ system, the circulatory system, and components of blood are discussed well. Brief descriptions of abnormalities of blood, therapeutic uses of blood products, and treatment of malignancies are included. The illustrations are useful as teaching aids to understand the points discussed in the text.
Assessment: This book would be very useful for ancillary medical personnel such as medical technologists and some nurses with little clinical background in the function of blood, blood therapy, and treatment of disorders of the blood. As such, this is a useful reference tool and may be used as a starting point to learn more about the topic. The bibliography may be helpful to guide those who wish to have a more complete discussion of each topic. I gave the book to the nurses in my clinic as they could use it for a reference when explaining things to patients.
American Medical Writers Association
...put this text at the top of the acquisition list for any library serving students in allied health sciences and make it essential reading for perfusionists, nurses, and others who care for patients with hematologic disorders...[Dailey] has succeeded in producing a book on this topic that students and professionals in a variety of life sciences and health care fields will find to be highly readable and an excellent self teaching and reference tool.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780963181954
  • Publisher: Quick Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 1/28/1998
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 564
  • Product dimensions: 6.03 (w) x 8.96 (h) x 1.34 (d)

Table of Contents

List of Figures
List of Charts
1 The Concept of Blood 1
2 The Circulatory System 15
3 Special Circulations: Cardiac, Renal, Hepatic, and Fetal 31
4 Red Blood Cells 61
5 Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Transport 77
6 White Blood Cells 93
7 Antigen, Antibody, and Complement 115
8 The Major Histocompatibility Complex Molecules 131
9 The Immune System 143
10 Plasma 163
11 Platelets 177
12 Coagulation 191
13 ABO and Rh Blood Group Systems 211
14 Blood Transfusion 223
15 Adverse Events in Transfusion 237
16 Transfusion and Disease Transmission 263
17 Component Therapy 283
18 Apheresis 307
19 Methods of Autologous Blood Recovery 319
20 Bone Marrow Transplantation 335
Answers to Questions 355
Glossary 413
Blood Tests 439
App. I Heparin 531
App. II Scientific Symbols and Their Equivalents 533
Bibliography 535
Index 539
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