| Principles And Practice Of Point-of-care Testing |
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Principles and Practice of Point-of-Care Testing : Principles and Practice of Point-of-Care Testing Pub Date: June 2002 Product Type: Print Author/s: Gerald J Kost MD, PhD This volume is the first comprehensive clinical practice reference in the rapidly growing field of point-of-care testing. Written by the experts and innovators in point-of-care testing technologies and procedures, the book provides practical guidance in planning and implementing the most reliable, clinically useful, and cost-effective point-of-care procedures and systems.The opening section discusses the goals of point-of-care testing and thoroughly explains the basic principles and methods. A major portion of the book examines applications in a variety of clinical settings, and includes case studies that demonstrate the benefits, limitations, and cost-effectiveness of point-of-care testing. Concluding sections focus on management, performance, information systems, and economic outcomes. A technical appendix is included.A Brandon-Hill recommended title.
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