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Manual of Clinical Problems in Infectious Diseases

Tuesday, July 10, 2007




Title: Manual of Clinical Problems in Infectious Diseases
Editors: Gantz, Nelson ; Brown, Richard ; Berk, Steven ; Myers, James

In 1979, at the request of our students and house officers, Drs. Richard Gleckman and Nelson Gantz prepared the first edition of Manual of Clinical Problems in Infectious Disease. At the time, our aim was to provide medical students, house officers, and practitioners with a contemporary approach to selected problems in infectious disease; key annotated references supported in the text.
In 1986, with the help of two additional authors, Drs. Richard Brown and Anthony Esposito, the second edition of Manual of Clinical Problems in Infectious Disease was published and covered a list of new subjects.
Since that time, numerous infectious agents have been recognized, new concepts have evolved, and new treatments have emerged. For the third edition, to satisfy the contemporary text addressing this information, we prepared a new list of subjects and added Dr. Steven Berk to our team.
The fifth edition of Manual of Clinical Problems in Infectious Disease is not simply an updated version of the four earlier books: it re-examines some older material and explores new subjects such as West Nile virus, SARS, and Parvovirus. For this edition, we are pleased to add Dr. James Myers to the team. Every effort has been made to add contemporary references to the text to enhance the accuracy of the manual and to provide a springboard for further reading; many references are annotated.

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Essential Guide to Acute Care


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»ISBN: 0727916483
»Book author: Nicola Cooper, Paul Cramp

Book Description:
This book contains everything you really need to know about acute care that you can’t find in a standard textbook and have probably never been taught before.
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overcoming bladder disease



Although it appears to be a simple storage organ, the bladder
is physiologically more complex than previously thought.
Recent studies have revealed exquisitely timed biochemical
interactions occurring between cells in the bladder’s various
tissue layers and the peripheral and central nervous systems
that synchronize the storing and releasing of urine. These
interactions, when normal, create a seamless chain of events
that is often taken for granted by healthy people. However, a
disturbance in one part of this intricate system can affect other
parts, leading to dysfunction, disease, and poor quality of life.

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Forensic DNA Typing



Author: John M. Butler
ISBN : 0121479528

Book Description:
Since the enormously successful first edition of Forensic DNA Typing was published, the Human Genome Project has published a draft sequence of the human genome and completed the finished reference sequence. The advent of modern DNA technology has resulted in the increased ability to perform human identity testingdesirable in a number of situations including the determination of perpetrators of violent crime such as murder and rape, resolving unestablished paternity, and identifying remains of missing persons or victims of mass disasters. The technology has been utilized in identifying remains from victims of the World Trade Center twin towers collapse following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the President Clinton-Monica Lewinsky scandal, and the identification of the remains in the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Indeed, our perceptions of history have been changed with DNA evidence that revealed Thomas Jefferson fathered a child by one of his slaves. This book examines the science of current forensic DNA typing methods by focusing on the biology, technology, and genetic interpretation of short tandem repeat (STR) markers, which encompass the most common forensic DNA analysis methods used today. Ten new chapters have been added to accommodate the explosion of new information since the turn of the century.

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