Dailey's Notes on Blood: Self-Teaching Hematology, Immunology and Transfusion Therapy, 3rd Edition / Edition 3

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Overview

This award-winning title offers the medical practitioner and beginning student a fast and systematic way to learn, review, and reference up-to-date information on the fundamentals of blood physiology, immunology, transfusion therapy, and related topics. Beginning with "The Concept of Blood", 18 concise, easy-to-understand chapters, each with self-check questions and answers and clear illustrations, guide the reader through the fascinating topic of blood. Locating hard-to-research topics contained in this title is greatly simplified by numerous quick reference margin words and comprehensive glossary and index. The text's logical approach and an instructor's overhead set make Dailey's Notes on Blood an ideal teaching tool. This popular title is used by nurses, medical students, Red Cross organizations, clinicians, lawyers, and laypeople. It is widely used by major corporations for the training of nontechnical sales personnel and also by laypersons seeking information to enable them to communicate effectively with physicians.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Przemyslaw W. Twardowski, MD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
Description: This book provides the basic review of various aspects of the physiology of blood: components of blood, immunology, hemostasis, and transfusion medicine.
Purpose: The purpose of the book is to present very complex basics of hematology in an easy-to-understand way, so it can be useful for readers without extensive background in biology and chemistry. There is clearly a need for a book like this because most reviews of hematology are directed to specialists in medicine or hematology.
Audience: The book is addressed to a broad audience: laypeople without extensive scientific background but also to medical professionals including medical students, residents, and practitioners.
Features: The layout of the book and the quality of the tables and illustrations are very good. Very useful are questions that end each chapter and the glossary describing basic terms used in hematology.
Assessment: This is a very useful, concise overview of basic hematology. It emphasizes physiology of the blood and its components, but also addresses some aspects of the pathology of coagulation system and basics of transfusion therapy. This book certainly requires some basic knowledge of biology, but readers without extensive background in medical sciences should find it easy to understand. The illustrations, charts, and tables are clear and very helpful. Questions after each chapter provide for more interactive reading.
Przemyslaw W. Twardowski
This book provides the basic review of various aspects of the physiology of blood: components of blood, immunology, hemostasis, and transfusion medicine. The purpose of the book is to present very complex basics of hematology in an easy-to-understand way, so it can be useful for readers without extensive background in biology and chemistry. There is clearly a need for a book like this because most reviews of hematology are directed to specialists in medicine or hematology. The book is addressed to a broad audience: laypeople without extensive scientific background but also to medical professionals including medical students, residents, and practitioners. The layout of the book and the quality of the tables and illustrations are very good. Very useful are questions that end each chapter and the glossary describing basic terms used in hematology. This is a very useful, concise overview of basic hematology. It emphasizes physiology of the blood and its components, but also addresses some aspects of the pathology of coagulation system and basics of transfusion therapy. This book certainly requires some basic knowledge of biology, but readers without extensive background in medical sciences should find it easy to understand. The illustrations, charts, and tables are clear and very helpful. Questions after each chapter provide for more interactive reading.
Journal of Nursing Staff Development
The author successfully demystifies the hematologic system and enhances the reader's understanding of complex areas.... The text is an excellent reference for practitioners, students, and laypeople who want a review of basic hematology and transfusion therapy.
AORN Journal
As a basic reference and study tool, this book belongs in every clinician's library.
Todays Surgical Nurse
The clarity of the material allows the student, both professional and lay person, to absorb fundamentals of hematology systematically.
Pennsylvania Nurse
For those searching for a simple self-teaching guide, Dailey’s Notes on Blood is the book to use. ... This book would benefit nearly any nurse regardless of educational background and preparation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780963181947
  • Publisher: Quick Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Edition description: 3RD EDITION
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 178

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