Fb2 The Medical and health encyclopedia ePub
|Category:||Encyclopedias and Subject Guides|
|Publisher:||J.G. Ferguson Pub. Co (1983)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1492 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1291 kb|
|Digital formats:||mbr lrf lit docx|
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Medical Encyclopedia. Inc. Duplication for commercial use must be authorized in writing by ADAM Health Solutions. Medical Encyclopedia includes over 4,000 articles about diseases, tests, symptoms, injuries, and surgeries. It also contains an extensive library of medical photographs and illustrations. For more information about .
A medical encyclopedia is a comprehensive written compendium that holds information about diseases, medical conditions, tests, symptoms, injuries, and surgeries. It may contain an extensive gallery of medicine-related photographs and illustrations. A medical encyclopedia provides information to readers about health questions. It may also contain some information about the history of diseases, the development of medical technology uses to detect diseases in its early phase.
A great vintage health book, it would make a unique gift for a doctor or professor at a medical college. A great gift for grads in a premed program! ABOUT ME.
Binding broken and loose pages, no pages missing. A great vintage health book, it would make a unique gift for a doctor or professor at a medical college.
June 1980 · The Medical journal of Australia. MEDLINE and the new health care consumer. February 1999 · Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association.
THE BIG MEDICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA (BME) - the fundamental Soviet scientific reference media providing to the reader versatile data on medicine and fields of knowledge, adjacent to it.
A detailed medical reference encyclopedia. Medical terminology, identification of symptoms of diseases, classification of medicines. Medicine is a system of scientific practical activity aimed at the strengthening and protection of human health, extending its life through improvement of the external environment, prevention and treatment of diseases. The development of medicine is closely connected with the development of natural Sciences, philosophy and technology.
Truman's health-care bill went before Congress on November 19, 1945. The plan included federal funding to build new hospitals, to expand public health and disease prevention measures, and to create more medical schools, compulsory health insurance, and disability insurance. The American Medical Association (AMA) could not argue with the need for more medical schools or additional public health measures.
by Richard J. Wagman. New Complete Medical and Health Encyclopedia. 0894340778 (ISBN13: 9780894340772).