Books for Pathologists
Laboratory medicine/Clinical pathology
Revised: 16 April 2014
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Arneson: Clinical Chemistry: A Laboratory Perspective
By Wendy L Arneson and Jean M Brickell
2007 (1st ed), 582 pages, 113 illus, $67 list
Meet the learning needs of today s students with a brand-new style of textbook designed to excite your students interest in clinical chemistry! Organized almost entirely around organ systems to parallel the way physicians order tests this groundbreaki
Burtis: Tietz Fundamentals of Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics
By Carl Burtis and David Burns
2014 (7th ed), 1152 pages, 500 illus, $122 list
A condensed, student-friendly version of Tietz Textbook of Clinical Chemistry, this text uses a laboratory perspective to provide you with the chemistry fundamentals you need to work in a real-world, clinical lab. Accurate chemical structures are included to explain the key chemical features of relevant molecules. Offering complete, accurate coverage of key topics in the field, it's everything that you expect from the Tietz name!
Chernecky: Laboratory Tests and Diagnostic Procedures
By Cynthia Chernecky
2012 (6th ed), 1232 pages, $58 list
Find complete answers to questions such as which laboratory tests to order or what the results might mean. Laboratory Tests and Diagnostic Procedures, 6th Edition covers more tests than any other reference of its kind, with over 900 lab tests and diagnostic procedures in all. In Part I, you'll find an alphabetical list of hundreds of diseases, conditions, and symptoms, including the tests and procedures most commonly used to confirm or rule out a suspected diagnosis. In Part II, you'll find descriptions of virtually every laboratory and diagnostic test available. This edition is updated with the latest research and over 20 NEW test entries. Written by educator Cynthia Chernecky and clinical nurse specialist Barbara Berger, this lab reference covers today's lab tests with concise, easy-to-use information.
Ciulla: SUCCESS! in Clinical Laboratory Science
By Anna Ciulla
2009 (4th ed), 1176 pages, $101 list
Completely updated in a new edition this valuable review book prepares a wide range of laboratory professionals for certification examinations by presenting them with the latest technology and terminology, as well as current test taking formats. Its large number of practice questions, variety of practice modes, and explanations for clarification prepare learner for success on examinations. Comprehensive coverage of laboratory medicine includes clinical chemistry, hematology, hemostasis, immunology, immunohematology, microbiology, uranalysis and body fluids, molecular diagnostics, laboratory calculations, general laboratory principles and safety, laboratory management, education, and computers and laboratory informatics.
Clarke: Contemporary Practice in Clinical Chemistry
By William Clarke
2011 (2nd ed), 652 pages, $124 list
It is our hope that Contemporary Practice in Clinical Chemistry, Second Edition, will be useful to a wide variety of people. For students, residents, and fellows in clinical chemistry or pathology, it will provide an introduction and overview of the field and assist in review and preparation for board certification examinations. For new medical technologists, this book will provide
context for understanding the clinical utility of tests that they perform or may be of use in expanding their knowledge of other areas in the clinical laboratory. For experienced laboratorians, the book will provide an opportunity for exposure to more recent trends and developments in clinical chemistry.
Dasgupta: Accurate Results in the Clinical Laboratory
By Amitava Dasgupta
2013 (1st ed), 456 pages, $100 list
This practical, easy-to-use guide will address interference issues in all laboratory tests, including patient epigenetics, process of specimen collection, enzymes, biomarkers, etc., so that clinicians and laboratory scientists can rely on one reference which speaks to both their needs of accurate specimen analysis and optimal patient care.
Dauterman: How To Be A Lab Director
By Philip Dauterman
2014 (1st ed), 146 pages, $9 list
How to be the Lab Director of a general hospital lab. Includes tutorials on: How to make a corrective action How to make a Plan of Correction (PoC), how to respond to CMS form 2567, how to put a new analyzer into service, how to do quality assurance and root cause analysis, how to write a policy and/or procedure How to respond to complaints and incident reports involving lab.
Davis: Laboratory Safety: A Self-Assessment Workbook
By Diane Davis
2008 (1st ed), 230 pages, 19 illus, $85 list
If you purchase one guide to laboratory safety procedures and compliance, make it Laboratory Safety by Dr. Diane Davis. An educator and hands-on practitioner with decades of experience, she knows what you need to know when you’re ready to institute new safety protocols or a new safety training program – or just need a comprehensive reference resource.
Desai: Clinician's Guide to Laboratory Medicine
By Samir Desai
2009 (3rd ed), 255 pages, $20 list
If you are like most clinicians, you ask yourself these questions every day. You rely on lab tests to make important decisions regarding the care and management of your patients but you are short on time. That's why you need a resource that can deliver to you accurate information in a timely manner at the point of care. That resource is the Clinician's Guide to Laboratory Medicine: Pocket.
Ferri: Ferri's Best Test
By Fred Ferri
2009 (2nd ed), 448 pages, $51 list
Written by Fred F. Ferri, MD, FACP, author of many best-selling books for primary care practice, Ferri's Best Test, 2nd Edition, equips you to quickly choose the most efficient and cost-effective diagnostic approach, including imaging or lab tests. Updates throughout, including more than 180 new tests...additional diagnostic modalities...and new algorithms...make this unique and user-friendly reference a must for determining which diagnostic tests to order. A portable, pocket-sized format allows for convenient consultation anytime, anywhere.
Garcia: Clinical Laboratory Management
By Lynne Garcia
2013 (2nd ed), 1068 pages, $160 list
This totally revised second edition is a comprehensive volume presenting authoritative information on the management challenges facing today’s clinical laboratories.
Haber: Color Atlas of the Urinary Sediment: An Illustrated Field Guide Based on Proficiency Testing
By Meryl Haber
2010 (1st ed), pages unlisted, $175 list
Color Atlas of the Urinary Sediment presents a new approach to urine sediment evaluation. Following the format of the previous CAP color atlases, the text includes photomicrographs of the urinary sediment, a discussion of the pertinent morphologic features of each element, and the results of the identification of the particular element by both referees and participants in the CAP proficiency testing program. Additional images not used in CAP Surveys are also included for completeness. Readers will find this atlas a useful adjunct to urine sediment analysis and a valuable reference for the laboratory.
Harmening: Laboratory Management: Principles and Processes
By Denise Harmening
2012 (3rd ed), 544 pages, $60 list
Redefining the standard for laboratory management, Denise Harmening, along with 31 contributors, provides insight and guidance into the principles of laboratory operations. Key features include chapter outlines, educational objectives, opening case studies, study guide questions, key terms, summary charts, and problem-based learning activities. Twenty chapters are divided into five major areas: Principles of Laboratory Management, Human Resource Management, Financial Management, Operations, and Strategies for Career Success.
Harr: Medical Laboratory Science Review
By Robert Harr
2012 (4th ed), 608 pages, $58 list
The perfect review for both MLT and MLS guaranteed or your money back!*Practice, practice, and more practice!Use this comprehensive, multimedia resource to gain the theoretical and practical knowledge you need to be prepared for classroom tests
Harris: Multiple Myeloma and Related Serum Protein Disorders
By Neil S. Harris and William E. Winter
2012 (1st ed), 224 pages, $90 list
Multiple Myeloma and Related Serum Protein Disorders is a practical guide to the clinical use of serum and urine electrophoresis and also includes coverage of immunofixation electrophoresis. These techniques are essential in the accurate identification of monoclonal gammopathies and the diagnosis of multiple myeloma and related disorders. Interpretation is often challenging even for the experienced practitioner.
Hicks: DORA 2005-2007: Directory of Rare Analysis
By Jocelyn Hicks
2005, 590 pages, $125
DORA 05-07 provides essential ordering information for rare analyses that are clinically significant, yet available through only a few clinical laboratories in the country. DORA is a proven, practical time-saver. With your copy of DORA 05-07, you can free up the many hours you would have spent tracking down sources for rare tests.
Hubbard: A Concise Review of Clinical Laboratory Science
By Joel Hubbard
2009 (2nd ed), 432 pages, $54
The Second Edition offers a concise review of all areas of clinical lab science, including the standard areas, such as hematology, chemistry, hemostasis, immunohematology, clinical microbiology, parasitology, urinalysis and more, as well as lab management, lab government regulations, and quality assurance. A companion website offers 35 case studies, an image bank of color images, and a quiz bank with 500 questions in certification format.
Kee: Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests
By Joyce Kee
2009 (8th ed), 792 pages, $68 list
Organized alphabetically by test, this reference guide provides quick and reliable access to information on over 420 laboratory tests and diagnostic procedures. With additional information provided for each procedure and extensive nursing implications with client teaching material, this book is an invaluable resource for nursing students and professionals alike.
Kiechle: So You’re Going to Collect a Blood Specimen: An Introduction to Phlebotomy
By Frederick Kiechle
2013 (14th ed), 80 pages, $25 list
For more than 35 years, So You’re Going to Collect a Blood Specimen: An Introduction to Phlebotomy has served as a basic text and functional reference guide for phlebotomy. The latest edition emphasizes safety considerations for phlebotomists, other health care professionals, and patients—especially needlestick safety and prevention.
Kinkus: Laboratory Management
By Candis A. Kinkus and Michael Laposata
2011 (1st ed), 128 pages, $40 list
Laboratory Management addresses common issues and errors seen in the laboratory management process in. The goal is to enable the laboratory manager to avoid or correct such errors by both individual effort and a systems approach in the laboratory. The book addresses potential issues in accreditation and regulatory compliance, laboratory and patient safety, quality management, financial management, human resources management, specimen processing logistics, performance standards, selection and management of commercial laboratories and much more. Each of these can have an adverse impact on the laboratory performance if a management error occurs. Potential management errors are described and discussed in a clinical case-based learning format to effectively illustrate the conditions that contribute to these errors and enable the laboratory manager to recognize and avoid them in daily practice.
Kitchen: Quality in Laboratory Hemostasis and Thrombosis
By Steve Kitchen, John D. Olson and F. Eric Preston
2013 (2nd ed), 290 pages, $130 list
The hemostasis laboratory has a vital role in the diagnosis and management of patients with familial and acquired haemorrhagic and thrombotic disorders. Its role in the monitoring of traditional anticoagulant therapy, as well as therapy using new anticoagulants, presents new challenges to the laboratory. This new edition addresses these important issues, as well as international guidelines for testing, the development of international standard materials, management of haemostasis testing from the laboratory to the point-of-care, and molecular genetic testing.
Kottke-Marchant: An Algorithmic Approach to Hemostasis Testing
By Kandice Kottke-Marchant
2008 (1st ed), 396 pages, $225 list
An Algorithmic Approach to Hemostasis Testing is a well-illustrated reference text and practical guide for pathologists and laboratories engaged in hemostasis testing. It includes sections on hemostasis physiology, the basics of laboratory testing and interpretation, sample collection and processing, patient history and diagnostic criteria, and anticoagulant drug monitoring.
Kottke-Marchant: Laboratory Hematology Practice
By Kandice Kottke-Marchant and Bruce Davis
2012 (1st ed), 770 pages, $311 list
Expertly edited and endorsed by the International Society for Laboratory Hematology, this is the newest international textbook on all aspects of laboratory hematology. Covering both traditional and cutting-edge hematology laboratory technology this book emphasizes international recommendations for testing practices. Illustrative case studies on how technology can be used in patient diagnosis are included. Laboratory Hematology Practice is an invaluable resource for all those working in the field.
Kowalczyk: Radiographic Pathology for Technologists
By Nina Kowalczyk
2013 (6th ed), 472 pages, $80 list
Radiographic Pathology for Technologists, 6th Edition concisely covers the injuries and abnormalities most frequently diagnosed using medical imaging to prepare you for what you are most likely to encounter on the job. This essential text also features background discussions of key anatomy and physiology principles, along with imaging considerations for each disease categorized by type followed by a description of its radiographic appearance, signs and symptoms, and treatment.
Laposata: Coagulation Disorders
By Michael Laposata
2010 (1st ed), 136 pages, $41 list
Coagulation Disorders is designed to show clinical pathologists, lab managers, medical technologists, and residents how to avoid common errors in test selection and result interpretation in diagnostic coagulation. Utilizing a case-based approach, each chapter features a concise overview of a major diagnosis, with multiple illustrative cases, and then a list of recommended standards of care pertinent to the problem.
Laposata: Laboratory Medicine
By Michael Laposata
2010 (1st ed) 600 pages, $50 list
Laboratory Medicine is the most comprehensive, user-friendly, and well-illustrated guide available for learning how to order the correct laboratory test and understand the clinical significance of the results. The book features an easy-to-follow, consistent presentation for each disease discussed. Chapters begin with a brief description of the disorder followed by a discussion that includes tables detailing the laboratory evaluation of specific disorders, diagnosis, baseline tests to exclude diagnostic possibilities, and clinical indications that warrant further screening and special testing.
Lieseke: Essentials of Medical Laboratory Practice
By Connie Lieseke
2012 (1st ed) 512 pages, $65 list
Understand the most common laboratory techniques, tests, and procedures performed in a physician s office. Two dedicated laboratorians offer a simple and clear look at what MAs do in a physician s office laboratory.Inside, you ll find a wealth of inform
Magnani: Clinical Toxicology Testing: A Guide for
By Barbarajean Magnani
2012 (1st ed), 304 pages, $95 list
Clinical Toxicology Testing: A Guide for Laboratory Professionals is a practical guide to setting up, overseeing, and directing hospital toxicology laboratory operations. The book focuses on the complex issues facing the laboratory director or pathologist in this role, as well as those in training in the field of laboratory medicine. It addresses not only pharmacological principles, testing menus, and methodologies, but also clinical test interpretation for specialized areas such as the emergency department, the pain clinic, and the autopsy suite. In addition, it serves as an introduction to such topics as workplace drug testing and relevant regulatory issues. It provides the reader with a comprehensive view of what is needed—and expected—when offering a clinical toxicology service.
Mais: Quick Compendium of Clinical Pathology
By Daniel D Mais
2007 (2nd ed) 484 pages, $145 list
This second edition adds relevant information to the ever-changing field of laboratory medicine. This book is clinical pathology digested, concisely expressed, and thoroughly updated. It is indispensable for those seeking clinical pathology certification or recertification.
Marchevsky: Evidence Based Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
By Alberto Marchevsky and Mark Wick
2012 (1st ed), 375 pages, 137 illus, $219 list
Focusing on practical, patient related issues, this volume provides the basic concepts of Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) as they relate to Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and presents various practical applications. It includes EBM concepts for use in the identification of cost-effective panels of immunostains and other laboratory tests and for improvement of diagnostic accuracy based on the identification of selected diagnostic features for particular differential diagnosis. EBM concepts are also put forth for use in Meta-analysis to integrate the results of conflicting literature reports and use of novel analytical tools such as Bayesian belief networks, neural networks, multivariate statistics and decision tree analysis for the development of new diagnostic and prognostic models for the evaluation of patients. This volume will be of great value to pathologists who will benefit from the concepts being promoted by EBM, such as levels of evidence, use of Bayesian statistics to develop diagnostic and other rules and stronger reliance on "hard data" to support therapeutic and diagnostic modalities.
McPhee: Pathophysiology of Disease An Introduction to Clinical Medicine
By Stephen McPhee
2009 (6th ed), 768 illus, $81 list
This trusted text introduces you to clinical medicine by reviewing the pathophysiologic basis of the signs and symptoms of 100 diseases commonly encountered in medical practice. Each chapter first describes normal function of a major organ or organ system, then turns attention to the pathology and disordered physiology, including the role of genetics, immunology, and infection in pathogenesis. Underlying disease mechanisms are described, along with their systems, signs, and symptoms, and the way these mechanisms themselves determine the most effective treatment.
McPherson: Henry's Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods
By Richard McPherson
2011 (22nd ed), 1568 illus, $159 list
Recognized as the definitive book in laboratory medicine since 1908, Henry's Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods, edited by Richard A. McPherson, MD and Matthew R. Pincus, MD, PhD, is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary pathology reference that gives you state-of-the-art guidance on lab test selection and interpretation of results. Revisions throughout keep you current on the latest topics in the field, such as biochemical markers of bone metabolism, clinical enzymology, pharmacogenomics, and more!
Mundt: Textbook of Urinalysis and Body Fluids
By Lillian Mundt
2010 (2nd ed), 368 pages, $53 list
Newly updated, Graff's Textbook of Urinalysis and Body Fluids is the best urinalysis reference for laboratory students and professionals. In its Second Edition, this practical book retains its full-color images and top-notch coverage of urinalysis principles while significantly updating the content, broadening the scope to include new material on body fluids, providing more information on safety and quality assurance, and adding textbook features such as objectives, case studies, and study questions.
Nakhleh: Quality Management in Anatomic Pathology
By Raouf Nakhleh
2005 (1st ed), 200 pages, $95 list
Quality Management in Anatomic Pathology is the only comprehensive manual designed to improve patient care while ensuring your laboratory achieves its accreditation standards. The manual provides pathologists and laboratory directors with the tools necessary to develop, implement, and maintain a comprehensive quality improvement program. It emphasizes regulatory compliance, with cross-references to the CAP Laboratory Accreditation Program (LAP) checklist items and CLIA regulations.
Nichols: Clinical Chemistry: Diagnostic Standards of Care
By James Nichols, Carol Rauch, Michael Laposata
2013 (1st ed), 176 pages, $55 list
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. The discussions are concise, practical, specific, and problem-based so the book directly addresses the situations and issues faced by the clinical pathologist or other manager or staff member of the chemistry team. Discussion of each problem is augmented by a case discussion giving a real-world example of how the issue can occur and how it can be effectively dealt with by the manager. The goal is to support the pathologist, manager or technologist in providing the highest possible quality of care and effective, timely consultation to the clinical staff.
Oltvai: Systems Biology in the Clinical Laboratory, An Issue of Clinics in Laboratory Medicine
By Zoltan Oltvai
2012 (1st ed), 370 pages, $105 list
This issue of Clinics in Laboratory Medicine, Guest Edited by Zoltan Oltvai, MD, will focus on Conceptual Advances in Pathology. The issue will discuss the convergence of anatomic pathology, clinical pathology and genomics and other sciences, with the technological underpinning of digital pathology. Topics will include: CAD in digital pathology and Modeling protein motion.
Pagana: Mosby's Diagnostic and Laboratory Test Reference
By Kathleen Pagana
2012 (1st ed), 1088 pages, $52 list
Get fast access to important diagnostic tests and procedures with Mosby's Diagnostic & Laboratory Test Reference, 11th Edition by Kathleen Deska Pagana and Timothy J. Pagana. In this bestselling handbook, concise test entries are arranged alphabetically and reflect the latest in research and diagnostic testing. Each test entry includes vital information such as alternate or abbreviated test names, type of test, normal and abnormal findings, possible critical values, test explanation and related physiology, contraindications, potential complications, interfering factors, and patient care before, during, and after the test. To simplify lookup, related tests and studies are cross-referenced. A compact size, durable cover, and A-to-Z thumb tabs make this book ideal for quick reference on the job.
Pagana: Mosby's Manual of Diagnostic and Laboratory Tests
By Kathleen Pagana
2009 (1st ed), 1264 pages, $58 list
Widely used in both academic and clinical settings, this comprehensive resource provides clear, concise coverage of more than 700 of the most commonly performed diagnostic and laboratory tests - including 30 new to this edition. Chapters are organized by test type and begin with a list of the tests covered, followed by a test type overview with specimen collection techniques. Tests are presented in a consistent format with normal findings, indications, test explanation, procedure and patient care, and test results and clinical significance, as well as any applicable contraindications, potential complications, interfering factors, and related tests.
Price: Applying Evidence-Based Laboratory Medicine: A Step-By-Step Guide
By Christopher Price
2009 (1st ed), 270 pages, $70 list
This workbook walks readers through this process by providing a wide range of case studies that illustrate applications of EBLM in routine laboratory practice. Readers are then encouraged to record their own examples, consider how they might be addressed using the principles of EBLM, formulate research questions, and then follow those questions to their evidence-based solutions. Throughout the text, sidebars and exercises offer additional helpful information and highlight key concepts. Whether used alone or with colleagues, this workbook provides the knowledge and practice that will give readers confidence that they are indeed learning how to apply the best available scientific evidence to diagnostic challenges, and in the process, playing a central role in patient care.
Raab: Year Book of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine 2013
By Stephen Raab
2013 (1st ed), $173 list
The Year Book of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine brings you abstracts of the articles that reported the year's breakthrough developments in pathology and laboratory medicine, carefully selected from more than 300 journals worldwide. Expert commentaries evaluate the clinical importance of each article and discuss its application to your practice. There's no faster or easier way to stay informed! Chapters in this annual cover the most current information on all aspects of pathology and laboratory medicine including: molecular diagnostics, dermatopathology, anatomic pathology techniques, outcomes analysis, cytopathology, clinical immunology, clinical microbiology, neuropathology and hematology.
Schumann: Wet Urinalysis: Interpretations, Correlations and Implications
By G. Schumann
2003 (1st ed), 124 pages, $115 list
An essential handbook, Wet Urinalysis provides up-to-date information on dipstick testing, chemical and microscopic analysis, and urine sediment. More than 200 full-color images illustrate the text along with many helpful tables and an extensive glossary. To enhance clinical correlation, algorithms for wet urinalysis are paired with case studies.
Schexneider: Review Manual to Henry's Clinical Diagnosis & Management by Laboratory Methods
By Katherine I Schexneider
2006 (21st ed), 556 pages, 84 illus, $60 list
Confidently prepare for the clinical pathology component of board certification, recertification, or in-service training exams! With questions and content derived from the 21st Edition, you can depend on this Review Manual to reinforce all of the knowledge you're likely to need, not only for professional examinations, but also in your practice for years to come.
Scott: Tietz's Applied Laboratory Medicine
By Mitchell Scott
2007 (2nd ed), 679 pages, $70 list
Using a problem-based approach, Tietz's Applied Laboratory Medicine, Second Edition presents interesting cases to illustrate the current use and interpretation of the most commonly available clinical laboratory tests. The cases present detailed descriptions of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.
Smith: Laboratory Markers of Risk for Cardiovascular Disease: Lipoprotein, An Issue of Clinics in Laboratory Medicine
By Donald Smith
2006 (1st ed), $79 list
Development of new drugs and research on biology on the molecular level is developing so rapidly that many new techniques cannot be manually performed. The assistance of laboratory robotics is essential to the future of processing lab specimens, as well as giving tremendous benefits such as, providing a completely sterile lab environment at all times and cutting down on problems that arise from human error. This issue deals with many of these advantages in this small but quickly expanding area of Laboratory Medicine.
Soldin: Pediatric Reference Intervals
By Steven Soldin
2011 (7th ed), $84 list
The seventh edition of Pediatric Reference Intervals is a valuable reference providing instant and accurate reference intervals for over 250 chemistry and hematology analytes in an alphabetized, user-friendly format.
Stedman: Stedman's Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Words: Includes Histology
2008 (5th ed), 1392 pages, $44 list
Stedman's Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Words, Fifth Edition provides fast and easy access to terminology related to clinical pathology, anatomical pathology, hematology, medical technology, blood banking, and clinical chemistry. This edition features more than 10% new terms obtained by thorough review of respected journals, catalogues, textbooks, and Websites. The expanded appendix section includes new, accurate, and more detailed Anatomical Illustrations; updated and more practical Sample Reports; and updated sections containing Elements and Symbols and Common Lab Tests.
Strasinger: Urinalysis and body fluids
By Susan King Strasinger
2008 (5th ed), 320 pages, 375 illus, $55 list
This thoroughly updated 5th Edition provides you with concise and carefully structured full-color instruction in the handling and analysis of non-blood body fluids.
Tanabe: BOC Study Guide Clinical Laboratory
By Patricia Tanabe
2009, 484 pages, $85 list
The 5th edition of this text has been updated and expanded to include sections on molecular pathology, laboratory operations, and safety. It includes more than 2000 multiple-choice questions with explanations.
Turgeon: Immunology & Serology in Laboratory Medicine
By Mary Turgeon
2013, 584 pages, $77 list
The 5th edition of this classic text sets the standard for comprehensive coverage of immunology. Building from a solid foundation of knowledge and skills, trusted author Mary Louise Turgeon takes you from basic immunologic mechanisms and serologic concepts to the theory behind the procedures you'll perform in the lab. Immunology & Serology in Laboratory Medicine, Fifth Edition is the go-to resource for everything from mastering automated techniques to understanding immunoassay instrumentation and disorders of infectious and immunologic origin. Packed with learning objectives, review questions, step-by-step procedures, and case studies, this text is your key to succeeding in today's modern laboratory environment.
Valenstein: Quality Management In Clinical Laboratories: Promoting Patient Safety Through Risk Reduction And Continuous Improvement
By Paul Valenstein
2005 (1st Ed), 250 pages, $95 list
Quality Management In Clinical Laboratories: Promoting Patient Safety Through Risk Reduction and Continuous Improvement is a practical “how-to” manual written for the laboratory director, supervisor, and practicing pathologist. Sponsored by the College of American Pathologists Quality Practices Committee and Patient Safety and Performance Measures Committee, the manual is designed to help readers manage quality and patient safety in clinical laboratories; comply with quality and patient safety regulations and accreditation requirements; and develop and administer a quality management plan.
Wagar: Laboratory Administration for Pathologists
By Elizabeth Wagar
2011 (1st ed), pages unlisted, $100 list
Laboratory Administration for Pathologists covers all aspects of clinical and anatomic pathology laboratory administration. In a practical approach, this book provides the core principles and tools of management for the practice of pathology and laboratory medicine.
WHO: Laboratory Biosafety Manual
By World Health Organization
2005 (1st ed), 186 pages, $45 list
For more than 20 years, since it was first published in 1983, the Laboratory biosafety manual has provided practical guidance on biosafety techniques for use in laboratories at all levels.
Wick: Diagnostic Histochemistry
By Mark Wick
2008 (1st ed), 472 pages, 1200 illus, $164 list
Pathology is an inherently subjective discipline, and therefore is often referred to as both an art and a science. Over the years, laboratory physicians have implemented special tissue stains and molecular techniques to limit subjectivity in the discipline. Beginning in the late 19th century, histochemical stains were developed to assess diagnostic biochemical reactions in tissue. Histochemistry has recently seen a resurgence in popularity because of the higher costs of other newer methods. Today, this technique is used by almost every pathology laboratory across the world. This book comprehensively covers all diseases for which that technique plays a central role in diagnosis. Every anatomic region is covered in detail with examples of appropriate staining techniques, and the book is heavily illustrated with over 850 color photomicrographs. This is the first monograph to be published on histochemistry in 15 years, and it is the only one that is diagnostically-oriented.
Williamson: Wallach's Interpretation of Diagnostic Tests
By Mary Williamson
2011 (9th ed), 1160 pages, $56 list
This text serves as a practical guide to the use of laboratory tests which aids physicians in using tests more effectively and efficiently by offering test outcomes, possible meanings, differential diagnosis, and summaries of tests available. The book has been reorganized into 2 sections. The first section is devoted to an alphabetical listing of laboratory tests while stressing the integration of the clinical laboratory in the clinical decision making process. Test sensitivity, specificity, and positive and negative infectious disease probabilities are included whenever appropriate. Microbiology tests are listed in a separate chapter. The second section is devoted to disease states. Where appropriate, a patients chief complaint and/or physical findings are initially presented with subsequent discussions focused on discrete disease states as they relate to a patients chief complaint.
Willis: ASCP Caseset: Laboratory Medicine
By Monte Willis and Frank Wians
2011 (1st ed), 694 pages, 106 illus, $140 list
The ASCP CaseSet series is a rich source of practical cases with significant teaching and self-study value. Cases are chosen by leading authorities in the major subspecialties of clinical pathology.
Winter: Handbook of Diagnostic Endocrinology
By William E Winter, Lori J Sokoll and Ishwarlal Jialal
2008 (2nd ed), 447 pages, $89 list
The book is written specifically for clinical chemists, chemical pathologists, endocrinologists, and senior medical technologists to aid them in the investigation of endocrine and metabolic disorders. In addition to covering the most common disorders, the book also addresses endocrine disorders of the GI tract, disorders of the adrenal and pituitary glands, malignancy-associated endocrine disorders, and reproductive endocrinology.
Wong: Drugs of Abuse: Body Fluid Testing
By Raphael Wong
2010 (1st ed), 316 pages, $209 list
A comprehensive review of the science of drug testing in all its aspects, placing emphasis on technologies that use body fluids other than urine for determining the presence of drugs of abuse. The authors discuss the various body fluid specimens suitable for testing for illicit drugs-particularly saliva, sweat, and hair-describe the structural and manufacturing aspects of on-site testing devices based on lateral flow immunoassay, and detail the pitfalls of using these specimens. They also discuss in detail the problem of sample adulteration and its detection. Since oral fluid has the best potential of succeeding urine as the next matrix of choice for drug detection, four popular saliva testing devices are examined: Intercept®, the Drager Drug Test®, Oratect®, and Drugwipe. Political, social, and legal issues are also considered in articles on privacy, the use of drug testing in courts, and the problem of sample adulteration.
Wu: Tietz Clinical Guide to Laboratory Tests
By Alan Wu
2006 (4th ed), 1952 pages, 6 illus, $65 list
This new edition of Norbert Tietzs classic handbook presents information on common tests as well as rare and highly specialized tests and procedures including a summary of the utility and merit of each test. Biological variables that may affect test results are discussed, and a focus is placed on reference ranges, diagnostic information, clinical interpretation of laboratory data, interferences, and specimen types.
End of Laboratory medicine/Clinical pathology books
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