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by Shirlyn B. McKenzie Ph.D. CLS (NCA)
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  • Author:
    Shirlyn B. McKenzie Ph.D. CLS (NCA)
  • ISBN:
    0135137322
  • ISBN13:
    978-0135137321
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  • Publisher:
    Prentice Hall; 2nd edition (2010)
  • Pages:
    1080 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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by Shirlyn B. McKenzie P.

by Shirlyn B. ISBN-13: 978-0135137321. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

CLS (NCA) McKenzie (Author), Lynne Williams (Author). Use X-Ray to get the most important concepts Learn more. ISBN-13: 978-0133076011.

Clinical laboratory science/medical technologist (CLS/MT) educators may expect their students to meet both . CLS (NCA), Shirlyn B. Published by Prentice Hall (2010)

Clinical laboratory science/medical technologist (CLS/MT) educators may expect their students to meet both Level I and Level II checklists requirements. Overview gives the reader an idea of the chapter content and organization. Published by Prentice Hall (2010). ISBN 10: 0135137322 ISBN 13: 9780135137321.

This item is: Clinical Laboratory Hematology, 3rd E. 2015, by McKenzie, Shirlyn . P. CLS (NCA)^Williams, Lynne; FORMAT: Paperback; ISBN: 9780133076011.

Clinical Laboratory Hematology by Shirlyn B. McKenzie.

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1037 Pages · 2014 · 4. 8 MB · 3,713 Downloads ·English. by Shirlyn B. CLS (NCA) & Lynne Williams. 25 MB·58,124 Downloads.

Shirlyn B. McKenzie, P. CLS (NCA), University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Clinical Laboratory Hematology continues as a comprehensive, yet easy-to-read text of hematology and hemostasis written for students at all levels in clinical laboratory science programs, including clinical laboratory technicians, CLT (medical laboratory technicians, MLT), and clinical laboratory scientists, CLS (medical technologists, MT).

Designed to meet the needs of both clinical laboratory technicians and clinical laboratory scientists, CLINICAL LABORATORY HEMATOLOGY has been updated into a brand new edition. This comprehensive--yet easy to read--guide to hematology and hemostasis features cutting-edge technologies, high-quality photographs and micrographs, case studies, and convenient dual-level (basic and advanced) presentation of information. Visual cross-referencing (symbols) throughout make finding information exceptionally easy. Key chapters arepresented by a number of different authors and experts in the field andinclude information on: cellular homeostasis;the Stucture and Function of Hematopoietic Organs; Hemolytic anemia; Nonmalignant lymphocyte disorders and much more.

Snake Rocking
I loved this book. The photos helped immensely because I am taking a non-lab version of clinical hematology. The topics are easily searchable. You will use this book for other classes, so hold onto it! I've already used it for virology, hematology, and now I'm using it for microbiology. Even though the focus is on hematology, there are tie in topics for other subjects. This textbook is going on my shelf for graduate school.
Auau
My instructor for hematology was one of the authors of the text. This book is so comprehensive, it might feel overwhelming, but it is broken down for two types of learning levels, which helps a lot. Obviously, I felt like it really prepared me for exams since it was the author testing me, but I think it would be true for any student. If you know whats in this book, you know everything you need to. I'll be keeping this one for reference long after the course is over.
Musical Aura Island
Like I have said previously, I have been ordering my books from Amazon.com because they are cheaper and more reliable. I ordered my book after my Clinical Hematology class had already started and was scared I be behind because I didn't have my book. Well I got my book on time from Amazon and went to class that night. Other students still didn't have their books due to the University not having them in stock yet. Well I had my book, while the others had to wait.

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Nuadabandis
I really hated to read this book for my hematology class just because it's the required one. I know there will be tons of info. in the book considering the book is written by phDs, but find it very hard to focus and understand due to the way they lay the information out. Basically they just spread out the info. in a repetitive, lengthy and sometimes ambiguous fashion. If the book is well edited, or they use more concise language, it will be much thinner and useful to grab the whole picture of the subject without leaving the details out. The credits only go to the nice pictures and descriptions.
Camper
Had to have it for school
Gindian
Clinical Laboratory Hematology (2nd Edition)

Good textbook

It is required for my major. Good textbook which helped me understand about the study of blood and scored some good grades.
Konetav
This book explains the content with reference to the presentation and continued assessment of the patient that helps a lot in understanding the context of the signs and symptoms of the disease being discussed. I love this pattern of book writing as this makes the life easy while working in a clinical pathological lab. However, some topics have not been discussed in necessary detail. On the whole, it is a worth buying book.
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