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  • Tim Albert learnt the long words studying psychology and the short ones as a Daily Mirror trainee. He then worked for the broadsheets and the BBC and was education correspondent of the New Statesman. Rampant hypochondriasis steered him into medical journalism, and he was executive editor of World Medicine and editor of BMA News Review. Since 1990 he has run his own training company, delivering hundreds of courses on writing to doctors and other health professionals.

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  • Ten years after the publication of the first edition of Introduction to Medical Immunology, the ideal immunology textbook continues to be a very elusive target. The discipline continues to grow at a brisk pace, and the concepts tend to become obsolete as quickly as we put them in writing. It is very true of immunology that the more we know, the greater our ignorance. This represents the challenge that makes teaching immunology so exceptional and writing immunology textbooks such a daunting task.

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  • Medical writing. American Medical Writers Association, Business writing. International Association of Business Communicators. Trends in professional education. Global information. Machine translation. Computer documentation. Looking ahead.

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  • The field of drug therapy is a rapidly changing and somewhat bewildering area to study. In developing and writing this textbook, we consulted the most up-to-date sources for information on new drug therapies. No textbook can be complete, especially when it covers an area as vast as the field of ocular pharmacology and therapeutics. Nonetheless, we have made a conscientious effort to cover the most important and commonly used medications in a format that is easy to read.

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  • (BQ) "English for pharmacy writing and oral communication" is a language skills textbook that incorporates pharmacy and medical language and knowledge. The textbook is intended for pharmacy students, pharmacy technicians, and practicing pharmacists whose first or best language is not English. The book integrates vocabulary, pronunciation, listening, reading, and writing skills, along with idiomatic language.

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  • The Medical Device R&D (Research and Development) Handbook is the fruition of a personal desire to see some of the practical information on how to develop medical devices compiled in one place. I wanted to write a book that I wish had been available when I first started in medical device design. This book contains three main threads. The first thread is practical. There are many excellent books that give in depth theory on specialized medical and technology subjects in medical device engineering, but not a general practical how-to manual.

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  • The idea of this book originates from a series of lectures on “Detectors Application in Medicine and Biology” that I was asked to give as part of the Academic Training Program at CERN in 1995. In preparing the series of lectures, I realized that I would be talking about detector properties and the medical applications of these detectors to the scientists and engineers who were their inventors.

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  • Traditional healthcare often doesn’t help people to become truly healthy. Many medical problems persist and even worsen despite all the usual traditional healthcare. Let’s examine the case of Bob Baker, a typical patient within the “traditional healthcare system,” which clearly illustrates the issues.

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  • This book is based upon Medical Physics and Physiological Measurement which we wrote in 1981. That book had grown in turn out of a booklet which had been used in the Sheffield Department of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering for the training of our technical staff. The intention behind our writing had been to give practical information which would enable the reader to carry out a very wide range of physiological measurement and treatment techniques which are often grouped under the umbrella titles of medical physics, clinical engineering and physiological measurement.

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  • A I the collection of scientific literature in the Clark Library has already served as the background for a number of seminars, in the most recent of them the literature of embryology and the medical aspects of Robert Boyle's thought were subjected to a first and expert examination. Charles W. Bodemer, of the Division of Biomedical History, School of Medicine, University of Washington, evaluated the embryological ideas of that remarkable group of inquiring Englishmen, Sir Kenelm Digby, Nathaniel Highmore, William Harvey, and Sir Thomas Brovsme. Lester S.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Medical English" presents the following contents: Scientific literature (Writing an article, letters), talks and courses (course example, general information, local information, giving Talk).

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  • Chapter 10 - Written and electronic documents. After studying this chapter you will be able to: Explain why well-written documents are important to the image of the medical practice, describe the types of document supplies that will be used in a medical office, outline the general guidelines to effective writing, list and explain the purpose of different types of documents used in a medical office,...

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  • Chapter 21 - Financial management. The objectives of this chapter are: Summarize the importance of and how to establish good bookkeeping and banking practices; compare single-entry, double-entry, and write-it-once bookkeeping systems; outline patient related financial transactions; identify negotiable instruments and the items that must be present for a check to be negotiable;...

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  • Chapter 36 - Patient interview and history. After completing chapter 36, you will be able to: Identify the skills necessary to conduct a patient interview; recognize the signs of anxiety; depression; and physical, mental, or substance abuse; use the six Cs for writing an accurate patient history; carry out a patient history using critical thinking skills;...

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  • Chapter 5 - Interviewing the patient, taking a history, and documentation. The objectives of this chapter are: Identify the skills necessary to conduct a patient interview; implement the procedure for conducting a patient interview; detect the signs of anxiety, depression, and physical, mental, or substance abuse. use the six Cs for writing an accurate patient history.

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  • Chapter 36 - Interviewing the patient, taking a history, and documentation. After completing chapter 36, you will be able to: Name the skills necessary to conduct a patient interview; explain the procedure for conducting a patient interview; recognize the signs of anxiety; depression; and physical, mental, or substance abuse; use the six Cs for writing an accurate patient history;...

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  • Sam is a lecturer in academic and medical English al Souch wark College, where he organises IELTS courses for overseas doctors and other health personnel, and courses in medical English, including preparation for the source componet to the PLAB. He is also the creator and organizer of the Nuffteld Self-access Language Project for Overseas Doctors and is a free-lance consultant in medical English, specialising in tropical medicine.

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  • We present two volumes of the Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology devoted to work on DNA methylation. Although the 25 contributions appearing herein are by no means the proceedings of the Weissenburg Symposium on DNA Methylation held in May 2004, many of the authors of the current volumes and of the speakers at the symposium are the same; additional authors were invited later. The authors have been asked not to write a summary of their talks at the symposium but rather to outline their latest and most exciting discoveries and thoughts on the topic.

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  • Urologic laparoscopy is in the midst of a clinical resurgence thanks to improvements in technology, education, and a new generation of urologic laparoscopists. At the time of this writing, the problem of educating and training the vast majority of practicing urologists in urologic laparoscopy is creating a significant burden on centers of excellence. The purpose of Essential Urologic Laparoscopy: The Complete Clinical Guide is to provide a practical, step-by-step guide to creating, maintaining and expanding a successful practice in urologic laparoscopy.

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  • I like playing around with words and letters. You probably know that LASER is an artificial word derived from “Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation”. When starting my lecture on “Laser–Tissue Interactions” I tend to write this derivation on the board. I continue with “LIGHT: Lasers Irradiate Germinated and Healthy Tissues”. Why? Lasers cut everything, if appropriate laser parameters are selected. There is no shield around healthy tissue. And there is no laser that fits all sizes as some clothes do. Lasers never have been some kind of wonder instruments.

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