ARDMS Obstetrics and Gynecology Exam Flashcard Secrets: ARDMS Test Practice Questions & Review for the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers Exam

January 31, 2009 | Comments Off on ARDMS Obstetrics and Gynecology Exam Flashcard Secrets: ARDMS Test Practice Questions & Review for the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers Exam

ARDMS Obstetrics and Gynecology Exam Flashcard Secrets study system uses repetitive methods of study to teach you how to break apart and quickly solve difficult test questions on the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers Exam. Study after study has shown that repetition is the most effective form of learning, and nothing beats flashcards when it comes to making repetitive learning fun and fast. Our flashcards enable you to study small, digestible bits of information that are easy to learn and give you exposure to the different question types and concepts. ARDMS Obstetrics and Gynecology Exam Flashcard Secrets covers: Septated Uterus, Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, Leiomyomas, Peritoneal Inclusion Cysts, Immature Teratomas, Krukenberg Tumor, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Neural Tube Defect, Meckel-Gruber Syndrome, Endovaginal Sonography, AIUM, Asherman’s Syndrome, hMG, Embryonic Cardiac Activity, Nuchal Translucency, Limb-Body Wall Complex, Herniation, Superior Vena Cava, Dandy-Walker Malformation, Placental Size Significance, ‘Short Cord’ Umbilicus Abnormalities, Gestational Age, Binocular Measurement, IUGR, Biophysical Profile, Zygosity, Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome, Fetal Echocardiography, Fetal Macrosomia, Maternal Hypertension, Maternal Isoimmunization, CAM, Short-Limb Skeletal Displasia, Fetal Outlet Bladder Obstruction, Secondary Postpartum Hemorrhage, Autosomal Recessive Disorders, Alpha-Fetoprotein Testing, Ethmocephaly, Cleft Palate, Potter’s Type I, Thoracic Development of the Normal Lung, Colon Atresia, Jeune Syndrome, Situs Inversus, Trisomy 18, and much more…

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MCAT Flashcard Secrets: MCAT Exam Practice Questions & Review for the Medical College Admission Test

January 31, 2009 | Comments Off on MCAT Flashcard Secrets: MCAT Exam Practice Questions & Review for the Medical College Admission Test

MCAT Flashcard Secrets study system uses repetitive methods of study to teach you how to break apart and quickly solve difficult test questions on the Medical College Admission Test. Study after study has shown that spaced repetition is the most effective form of learning, and nothing beats flashcards when it comes to making repetitive learning fun and fast. Our flashcards enable you to study small, digestible bits of information that are easy to learn and give you exposure to the different question types and concepts. MCAT Flashcard Secrets covers: Biology, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physics, The Action Potential, Alkanes, Electrons, Pascal’s Principle, Prokaryotic Gene Regulation, Grignard Reagents, Titration, Gibbs Free Energy, TCA cycle, Polymerization, Ka values, Equation of Continuity, Smooth Muscle, Wolff-Kishner Reduction Reaction, Ground State, Gravitational Potential Energy, ATP, Esters, Bronsted-Lowry Theory, Kinetic energy (KE), Cardiac Control Center, Nucleophilic Substitution Reaction, Shell Formula, Newton’s Third Law, Thyroid hormones, Hofmann’s Rule, pH Logrithmic Scale, Levers, Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium, Aromatic rings, Empirical Formula, Poiseuille’s flow, Right vs. Left Lung, Naming of Alcohols, Haber Reaction, Friction, Effects of Enzyme Inhibitors, Characteristics of Isomers, Heterogeneous Catalysts, Bernoulli’s Equation, Liver Function, Cholesterol, Reactants, Hooke’s Law, and much more…

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Take Charge of Your Medical Practice: Before Someone Else Does It for You

January 29, 2009 | Comments Off on Take Charge of Your Medical Practice: Before Someone Else Does It for You

Customer Review: take charge of your medical practice

This is an excellent book for the following reasons:- Concise: ideas are written in paragraphs that are short but complete.- Practical: the author gives examples and also samples of letters that are very useful.- Detailed: the author gives addresses and phones numbers of marketing companies to contact.- Convincing: the author gives certain real stories, some from others, some from his own, to illustrate the points.

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In Situ Hybridization: Principles and Practice (Oxford Medical Publications)

January 28, 2009 | Comments Off on In Situ Hybridization: Principles and Practice (Oxford Medical Publications)

This practical guide covers all aspects of in situ hybridization, describing: practical procedures and protocols, the scientific background, areas of application, and the limitations of the technology. This new edition has been completely rewritten by the experts in the field to take into account the many advances in the last seven years.

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Nursing Diagnosis and Intervention in Nursing Practice (A Wiley Medical Publication)

January 27, 2009 | Comments Off on Nursing Diagnosis and Intervention in Nursing Practice (A Wiley Medical Publication)

Customer Review: Core Collection in Nursing

This item was included in “Core Collection in the Nursing and Allied Health Sciences” from Oryx Press, 1990

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We Have No Microbes Here: Healing Practices in a Turkish Black Sea Village (Carolina Academic Press Ethnographic Studies in Medical Anthropology Series) … Studies in Medical Anthropology Series)

January 27, 2009 | Comments Off on We Have No Microbes Here: Healing Practices in a Turkish Black Sea Village (Carolina Academic Press Ethnographic Studies in Medical Anthropology Series) … Studies in Medical Anthropology Series)

This book is a part of the Ethnographic Studies in Medical Anthropology series.

Protecting the health of family members is one of the major responsibilities of women in the Turkish family. Studying women’s changing roles from within a rural family, the author presents a complex network of social relations which incorporates both traditional healing methods such as bone-setting and the services of the nationally sponsored health clinic. Following a patient-centered ethnographic approach, the book reveals the community’s construction of the “natural” caring of mothers, wives, daughters, and daughters-in-law. Muslim practice and Islamic revivalism; tradition and modernity; global, national and regional identity; and gender shape local concepts of health and illness. For example, a villager who does not believe that microbes cause illness may be flown to relatives in Germany for a surgical operation. Describing the verdant and rugged coast and the everyday life of the spirited individuals who inhabit it, this study examines the metaphors used to describe the body and its suffering–from birth to death–and places a small Black Sea village community in the global context of labor migration, religious trends, and medical technologies.

Customer Review: Dr. Onder is brilliant!

Wow! This is the most informative and most interesting medical anthropology book I’ve read in years!

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Medical Transcription Fundamentals and Practice

January 25, 2009 | Comments Off on Medical Transcription Fundamentals and Practice


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Muslim Medical Ethics: From Theory to Practice (Studies in Comparative Religion)

January 24, 2009 | Comments Off on Muslim Medical Ethics: From Theory to Practice (Studies in Comparative Religion)

Muslim Medical Ethics draws on the work of historians, health-care professionals, theologians, and social scientists to produce an interdisciplinary view of medical ethics in Muslim societies and of the impact of caring for Muslim patients in non-Muslim societies. Edited by Jonathan E. Brockopp and Thomas Eich, the volume challenges traditional presumptions of theory and practice to demonstrate the ways in which Muslims balance respect for their heritage with the health issues of a modern world.

Like members of many other faiths, Muslims are deeply engaged by the technological challenges posed by modern biomedicine, and they respond to those challenges with enormous creativity–whether as patients, doctors, or religious scholars. Muslim Medical Ethics demonstrates that religiously based cultural norms often inform medical practice, and vice versa, in an ongoing discourse. The contributors map the breadth and boundaries of this discourse through discussions of contested issues on the cutting edge of ethical debates, from fertilized embryos in Saudi Arabia to patient autonomy in Toronto, from organ trafficking in Egypt to sterilization in Tanzania.

As the authors illustrate, the effects of Muslim medical ethics have ramifications beyond the Muslim world. With growing populations of Muslims in North America and Europe, Western physicians and health-care workers should be educated on the special needs of this category of patients. In every essay the richness of the Islamic tradition is visible. In the premodern period Muslim physicians were considered among the best in the world, building and improving on Greek and Indian traditions. Muslim physicians today continue that tradition while incorporating scientific advances. Scholars of Islamic law work closely with physicians to develop ethical guidelines for national and international bodies, and individual Muslims take full advantage of advances in medicine and religious law, combining them with the wisdom of Sufism and traditions of family and community. This exploration of Muslim medical ethics is therefore a foray into the richness and sophistication of the Islamic tradition itself.

Designed as an engaging point of entrance for students in religious studies, anthropology, ethics, and medical humanities, this pathbreaking volume also has utility for health-care professionals and policy makers.


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Health Information Management: Medical Records Process in Group Practice

January 24, 2009 | Comments Off on Health Information Management: Medical Records Process in Group Practice

Keep your medical records under control with the advice in this essential management guide. Written expressly for group ambulatory care practices, it covers record systems, storage/retrieval, coding, transcription, computerization, human resources, legal issues and JCAHO and AAAHC requirements. 1997, 166 pp.

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The Halachic Guide to Medical Practice on Shabbos: For Physicians, Caregivers, and the Home

January 23, 2009 | Comments Off on The Halachic Guide to Medical Practice on Shabbos: For Physicians, Caregivers, and the Home

Translated from the popular Refuat HaShabbat, this invaluable guide covers all aspects of the halachos of medical care on Shabbos: categories of illnesses; guidelines for caring for adults, children, the elderly, and expectant and nursing mothers; the laws of taking medication and performing common treatments; and much more!

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