*A unique compilation of updated articles taken from the national therapeutics journal, Australian Prescriber
*Covers selected laboratory tests and how to interpret abnormal results
*Also includes new tests and the latest findings on HIV, blood clotting, new units of measure, new technology, and updating testing methods
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Abnormal Laboratory Results is a comprehensive collection of 31 articles on common abnormal test results which examine these dilemmas and how to approach them. Each test is analysed and interpreted in a structured, logical way and assessed in terms of its abnormal and normal reference range. The results are then presented in a variety of clinical contexts so an accurate prognosis and recommendations on management can be made.
This book is a culmination of an updated booklet originally published by Australian Prescriber 1987 entitled Abnormal Laboratory Results and a series of articles from the column of the same that have since appeared in the journal.
Robert Dunstan is Head of the School of Biomedical Sciences at Curtin University of Technology with 25 years of teaching experience in laboratory medicine.About the Author:
Robert Dunstan is Head of the School of Biomedical Sciences at Curtin University of Technology with 25 years of teaching experience in laboratory medicine.
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