Clinical Laboratory Science: Arthur - Your Library Catalog
This libguide is designed to help you find your resources for any peer reviewed research you may have relating to Clinical Laboratory Science. The goal is to make finding the resources as easy as possible
Lincoln University is grouped with some other libraries located nearby into a cluster. The cluster is named Arthur. When searching for books located at Page Library, you will look in the Arthur catalog.
If Page Library does not own a book you need, you may order it through MOBIUS. There is no cost for ordering books here. It may take 2-3 days for the book ordered to arrive. You will receive an email when it does.
As with other volumes in the Diagnostic Standards of Care series, Clinical Chemistry focuses specifically on understanding potential problems and sources of error in management of the clinical chemistry testing procedures, how to anticipate and avoid such problems, and how to manage them if they occur.
About the Diagnostic Standards of Care Series A key issue for every laboratory and individual laboratory practitioner is the assessment of risk and a current working knowledge of the standards of care established for diagnostic testing via guidelines, major studies and trials.
"This book is well written, concise, and easy to read and understand. It serves as a very handy and useful resource for busy laboratorians, who routinely encounter the situations detailed therein. It is also helpful for students, who need to learn how to recognize and avoid such situations, by providing expert guidance and examples of ways to keep these types of errors from potentially causing harm to patients."--Cynthia S. Johns, Laboratory Corporation of America, Lab Medicine
This extensive title, which combines scientific principles with up-to-date clinical procedures, has been thoroughly updated for the fourteenth edition. You'll find in-depth material on the biology and pathophysiology of lymphomas, leukemias, platelet destruction, and other hematological disorders as well as the procedures for diagnosing and treating them.