Introductory Pathophysiology for Nursing and Healthcare Professionals (Paperback)Martin Steggall (author), Maria Dingle (author), Mary Lou E. Mulvihill (author), Mark Zelman (author), Elaine Tompary (author), Jill Raymond (author), Paul Holdaway (author)
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Each chapter discusses the common pathologies for each body system, along with the prevalence of the disease in the UK. The text is aimed at students and healthcare professionals who are learning about applied pathophysiology and related pharmacology and is an ideal introduction to the subject, enabling care to be based on a sound foundation of what is going on in the body.
Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
Number of pages: 496
Weight: 1198 g
Dimensions: 264 x 194 x 24 mm
"In clear, concise language this book truly does explain complex concepts about the pathology of common disorders. As an introductory textbook it offers the student ample background information aided by clutter-free illustrations and photographs that help to visualise and conceptualise the topic... The text is structurally sound and the informative, easy-to-follow layout enhances its overall suitability for nursing students with little or no knowledge of pathophysiology... It is an excellent book for those being introduced to the subject."
- Reviewed by Times Higher Education
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