Clinical Laboratory Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine, 1st edition
Clinical Laboratory Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine Practices (Subscription)
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All the content students need to succeed in a transfusion medicine laboratory.
Clinical Laboratory Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine, 2nd Edition, provides readers with the didactic foundation, background, and tools to successfully function in a typical transfusion medicine laboratory. A blend of theoretical and practical information helps learners analyze and synthesize information and, ultimately, answer questions and solve problems. A running case study illuminates real-world applications, adding relevance for future practitioners.
For courses in blood banking, immunohematology, and transfusion.
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