Principles of Hematology is designed specifically with the concept of balance in mind. Written for the undergraduate market, this text is a solid introduction to hematology. Most other texts deluge the student with overly technical language or lack relevant, clear information. With a logical writing style that is specific and to the point, Principles of Hematology provides an excellent balance of detail and technicality, without overwhelming the student. Using a medical illustration style, this text combines 300 high-quality images into a book that is up to 150 pages shorter and more accessible than other hematology texts. Your students will be more willing to bring this text to class and your course needs will be met by this concise, balanced text.Manual White Blood Cell Count The following reagents and instruments are needed for manual white blood cell ... The stem is actually a graduated capillary tube divided into 10 parts and marked 0.5 at the fifth mark and 1.0 at the tenth mark. The bulb contains a white bead that facilitates the proper mixing of the blood with the diluent, and the piece above the bulb contains a graduation mark labeled 11.0anbsp;...
|Title||:||Principles of Hematology|
|Author||:||Peter J. Haen, Linda Harris-Young|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Science, Engineering & Mathematics - 1995-01-01|