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- McGraw-Hill Education 2015; US$ 65.00 US$ 60.94
The leading text on human physiology for more than four decades For more than four decades, Ganong?s Review of Medical Physiology has been helping those in the medical field understand human and mammalian physiology. Applauded for its interesting and engagingly written style, Ganong?s concisely covers every important topic without sacrificing... more...
- Oxford University Press 2011; US$ 48.99 US$ 42.13
Biomedical scientists are the foundation of modern healthcare, from cancer screening to diagnosing HIV, from blood transfusion for surgery to food poisoning and infection control. Without biomedical scientists, the diagnosis of disease, the evaluation of the effectiveness of treatment, and research into the causes and cures of disease would not be... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2009; US$ 21.00 US$ 17.22
Building muscle has never been faster or easier than with this revolutionary once-a-week training program In Body By Science , bodybuilding powerhouse John Little teams up with fitness medicine expert Dr. Doug McGuff to present a scientifically proven formula for maximizing muscle development in just 12 minutes a week. Backed by rigorous research,... more...
- Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2012; US$ 16.99
Why do testicles hang the way they do? Is there an adaptive function to the female orgasm? What does it feel like to want to kill yourself? Does "free will" really exist? And why is the penis shaped like that anyway? In Why Is the Penis Shaped Like That? , the research psychologist and award-winning columnist Jesse Bering features more than... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2008; US$ 61.00 US$ 57.19
Get the BIG PICTURE of Medical Physiology -- and focus on what you really need to know to ace the course and board exams! 4-Star Doody's Review! "This excellent, no-frills approach to physiology concepts is designed to help medical students and other health professions students review the basic concepts associated with physiology for the medical... more...
- CRC Press 2012; US$ 83.95
The practice of anaesthesia, including intensive care medicine and pain management, requires a considerable understanding of normal and abnormal physiology. This is reflected in postgraduate examinations in anaesthesia where candidates are questioned in depth about many aspects of physiology. The second edition of this well-received textbook continues... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2011; US$ 75.00 US$ 70.31
An innovative, organ-specific text that blends basic science with the fundamentals of clinical medicine Part of the Human Organ Systems series, Respiratory: An Integrated Approach skillfully bridges the gap between the science and practice of medicine. This beautifully illustrated book seamlessly integrates the core elements of cell biology,... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2013; US$ 50.00 US$ 46.88
The best review of pulmonary physiology for the USMLE Step 1 For more than three decades, Pulmonary Physiology has provided medical students and residents with a solid background in the areas of pulmonary physiology essential for a thorough understanding of clinical medicine. Pulmonary Physiology , 8e teaches you how and why the human respiratory... more...
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2007; US$ 146.01
Protein transport events occurring at the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) of eukaryotic cells and the cytoplasmic membrane of prokaryotic organisms share many similarities. Resident proteins of both membranes span the lipid bilayer once or several times by a-helical stretches and their integration is usually mediated by uncleaved signal?anchor sequences.... more...