Quick Revised Cards for Clinical Laboratory Science Examinations / Edition 1by Valerie Dietz Polansky
Pub. Date: 12/01/1999
Publisher: F. A. Davis Company
"This is a substantial accomplishment for the author/editor. I will encourage the MT CLS Class of 2002 to consider purchasing this comprehensive review. Bravo!" -- John A. Mihok, MS Ed, MT, SM(ASCP), CLS, Medical Technology Director, Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, New Jersey See more details below
"This is a substantial accomplishment for the author/editor. I will encourage the MT CLS Class of 2002 to consider purchasing this comprehensive review. Bravo!" -- John A. Mihok, MS Ed, MT, SM(ASCP), CLS, Medical Technology Director, Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, New Jersey
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- Review Cards
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- 5.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 2.50(d)
Table of Contents
1. Clinical Laboratory Practice Review
2. Clinical Chemistry Review
3. Clinical Microbiology Review
4. Hematology Review
5. Immunology Review
6. Immunohematology Review
7. Urinalysis and Body Fluids Review
8. Management and Education Review
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I was surprised to see how many cards there are. The stack is about three inches thick! They are not on card stock either, just regular paper. The only real complaint that I have is that, like flash cards, they are not bound. Therefore, they can be wrinkled, torn, or lost easily. There is an index in the front which is useless if you get them out of order. What I LOVE is that they are not wordy like a text. It's like having a stack of the little quick charts that you always try to find in a textbook. Being a tactile learner, I have to walk around and say things out loud. A regular text makes that difficult. These cards are perfect! Easily carried and sraight forward info. Short lists and information almost like bullets on the topic. No long paragraphs to read through. Just a list of key points on each card.
These cards summarize the most important facts in clinical lab science. They can easily be separated into sections associated with each discipline. I am a CLT educator and I recommend them to all my students. Many will punch a hole in them and put them on a ring. They're easy to carry and much lighter than a textbook for "on-the-go" review.
They are not flashcards. They are far more comprehensive than that. They do not replace a textbook but are a great addition.
Classmates and I use these to review for exams through our MT classes and rotations with much success. They are quick to read into a recording device for 'audio studying.'
these are not flash cards they are a review book on note cards, also they are not color coded. think twice