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by Ruth Tannehill-Jones,Marianne Neighbors

Free eBook Human Diseases download ISBN: 0766802140
Author: Ruth Tannehill-Jones,Marianne Neighbors
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning; 1 edition (July 27, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 464
Category: Medicine
Subcategory: Medicine
Size MP3: 1594 mb
Size FLAC: 1984 mb
Rating: 4.7
Format: rtf mobi lit mbr


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Dr. Neighbors is Professor Emeritus at the University of Arkansas, Eleanor Mann School of Nursing in Fayetteville.

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This comprehensive text on human diseases is designed to be student-friendly. It is organized in a logical, body system format, with each chapter starting with objectives and terminology. The chapters progress through a review of anatomy and physiology and then move into coverage of the most common diseases. It includes coverage of changes in the elderly and a summary with review questions at the end of each chapter. Special features, such as Health Highlights and full color illustrations and photos have been added throughout to enhance student understanding. The appendix contains a glossary of terms with pronunciations. The text is concise, easy to follow, very portable, and highlights the essential information needed by the students. Supplements Instructor's Manual 0-7668-0215-9 - 224 pages, 8 1/2" X 11", softcover, 1-color
User reviews
Rolling Flipper
my book should had been new, I received it with the very last page riped and folder up. Not a happy person when I paid full price for this book.
LivingCross
Great learning guide
Brol
Used this text book in an Epidemiology class in my undergraduate studies. It was a good supplement to the class.
Gela
Better than expected!
TheMoonix
Good Book
Burgas
As advertised
Fomand
I want to comment on the great customer service I rec'd along with the last minute shipping needs that I needed in time for the start of school. The only disappointment I have is I did not receive the correct CD with the book and some of the end of the chapters review test/skills pages were torn out of the book. Luckily, I had a teacher that reference the book sometimes but went by her PowerPoints.....
This book was way too elementary for anyone beyond basic healthcare worker level. As an RN I would not recommend it... it was probably too basic for me as a medical assistant.