Since the publication of previous editions, much has changed—in the clinical lab and in the hospital pharmacy. Pkwy Lenexa, KS www. Primer on Drug Interferences with Test Results.
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Am J Pharm Educ. Since the publication of previous editions, much has changed—in the clinical lab and in the hospital pharmacy. You currently have no new skikls in your cart. It is the only text written by and for pharmacists and provides case studies and practical information on patient therapy.
The chapter on laboratory assays and technology could use an expanded section on point-of-care testing, but flow cytometry, polymerase chain reaction PCR and nanotechnology are included. Summary You currently have no new products in your cart. This edition of Basic Skills in Interpreting Laboratory Data, 4th Edition is a case-based learning tool that will enhance your skills in clinical lab test interpretation.
Basic Skills in Interpreting Laboratory Data. Lee, Mary (ASHP, )
For example, there is no section which explains the electrocardiogram in-depth. Interpreting Pediatric laboratory Data. Learning Points focus on a clinical application of a major concept present in the chapter.
Common medical Disorders of Aging. There are 3 new chapters in the 4 th edition: Contents Introduction to Common laboratory.
Learning points at the end of each chapter focus on a single application of a major concept. In addition, Basic Skills in Interpreting Laboratory Data provides clear and relevant advice on avoiding or mitigating the pitfalls, gleaned from expert practitioners. Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Electrolytes Other minerals and Trace Elements.
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Mini-cases of therapy-related examples embedded throughout the book reinforce important points. Since the publication of the third edition, much has changed—in the clinical lab laboratlry in the hospital pharmacy. Chapters 6 through 22 employ a systems-based approach electrolytes; other minerals and trace elements; kidneys; arterial blood gasses and acid base balance; pulmonary function tests; heart, liver, and gastroenterology; endocrine; lipids; hematology—anemia; hematology-coagulation; infectious disease; rheumatic diseases; oncology; pediatrics; women's health; aging males; and pharmacogenomics.
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Washington Office Pennsylvania Ave. Basic Skills in Interpreting Laboratory Data is the only reference on this subject written by pharmacists for pharmacists. If you would like to become a member of ACCP, join today.
Introduction to Common laboratory. Pulmonary Function and Related Tests. Quickview Charts give labortory overview of important clinical information including reference ranges and critical values. The editor also should be commended for sticking to the original intent. It provides fundamentals of interpreting lab test results not only for pharmacy students, but also for practitioners as an aid in assessing patient drug-treatment responses.
The chapter on laboratory interferences includes methods to minimize these events. Primer on Drug Interferences with Test Results. It is also a great resource for students, especially those starting the pharmacotherapy course sequence, or during advanced professional practice experiences.