Books in category Medical – Instruments & Supplies

  • Practical Guide to Respirator Usage in Industry

    Practical Guide to Respirator Usage in Industry
    Gyan Rajhans, Bhawani Pathak

    This new edition outlines the design and implementation of an effective respiratory protective equipment program for industries in which workers are at risk from inhaled particulates, toxins and other hazardous materials.

  • Telepathology

    Sajeesh Kumar, Bruce E. Dunn

    As a consequence, there is a need for a broad overview of the field. This first ever book on telepathology is presented in such a way that it should make it accessible to anyone, independent of their kno- edge of technology.

  • Pervasive Healthcare Computing

    Pervasive Healthcare Computing
    Upkar Varshney

    This book is written primarily for university faculty and graduate students in the field of healthcare technologies, and industry professionals involved in healthcare IT research, design, and development.

  • Dental Informatics

    Dental Informatics
    Louis M. Abbey, John L. Zimmerman

    This book tells practitioners, administrators and educators what is happening in dentistry and how to use the full potential of new information technologies.

  • Clinical Information Systems in Critical Care

    Clinical Information Systems in Critical Care
    Cecily Morrison, Matthew R. Jones, Julie Bracken

    "This book discusses the issues that need to be considered when selecting and implementing a CIS in critical care.

  • Telenursing

    Sajeesh Kumar, Helen Snooks

    This book lays the foundations for the globalisation of telenursing procedures, making it possible to know that a nursing service could perform on a patient anywhere in the world. Developments in telenursing are occurring at a great pace.

  • Trauma Informatics

    Trauma Informatics
    Kimball I. Maull, Jeffrey S. Augenstein

    Maull and Augenstein have provided us with a primer on informatics and its use in trauma care. The subject matter is timely and covers the gamut of trauma care from prehospital to rehabilitation. Who will benefit from trauma informatics?

  • The Medical Trade Catalogue in Britain 1870 1914

    The Medical Trade Catalogue in Britain, 1870–1914
    Claire L Jones

    Drawing on over 400 medical trade catalogues Jones presents a study of the changing nature of medical professionalism.

  • Managing A Public Speaker Bureau

    Managing A Public Speaker Bureau
    Stephen F. Gambescia, Evelyn Gonzalez

    -Very hands on material with lots of sample letters and questionnaires -No other resource on this topic tailored to health and human services -Motivated and entrepreneurial author (Gambescia)

  • Healthcare Knowledge Management

    Healthcare Knowledge Management
    Rajeev Bali, Ashish Dwivedi

    This unique text is a practical guide to managing and developing Healthcare Knowledge Management (KM) that is underpinned by theory and research.

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