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2 edition of Anatomy and physiology for nurses. found in the catalog.

Anatomy and physiology for nurses.

Katharine F. Armstrong

Anatomy and physiology for nurses.

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Published by Bailliere, Tindall and Cassell in London .
Written in English


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First published 1939.

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Open LibraryOL13822086M

ABO blood groups. This edition is aimed at students that have already significant knowledge of anatomy and physiology. Platelet plug forms. Special emphasis on surface anatomy is included in the new version.

Erythrocytes Erythrocytes, or red blood cells, function primarily to ferry oxygen in blood to all cells of the body. The only drawback of the book is that it contains images predominantly with few explanations and overviews. Do You Need Reinforcements? The first edition has been a very popular choice not only with student nurses but also with students in other healthcare professions and this has been reflected in the title of this second edition. It contains information that is entirely up to date and can be used both in academic and clinical settings.

The interactive nature of the book and the four stages of learning are also features that I particularly like - it recognises the different ways in which students now learn. Overall, it is a book that can be a great tool both for students of medicine and clinical professionals. We hope you enjoy reading it, and more importantly that you are hungry to learn more, that you will be tempted to delve deeper as you grow and develop into becoming a provider of healthcare that is world class, safe and effective. Lymphocytes have a large, dark purple nucleus that occupies most of the cell volume; they tend to take up residence in lymphatic tissues, where they play an important role in the immune response. Platelet plug forms. Cross matching.


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