Human Diseases 5th Edition PDF

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Human Diseases 5th Edition PDF

Download Human Diseases 5th Edition PDF book free online – From Human Diseases 5th Edition PDF: Designed specifically for future allied health professionals, HUMAN DISEASES, 5e delivers everything you need to know about the diseases and disorders health care providers see and treat the most.

Making pathology fully accessible, this best seller is packed with the most current research available and reflects the latest practices from the field. Following a basic review of anatomy and physiology, chapters present each disease’s description, etiology, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention as well as detailed, full-color photos to ensure your thorough understanding. The fifth edition covers emerging disorders, ICD-10 progress, pharmacology concerns, herbal and nontraditional remedies, current statistics, and much more. In addition, real-life cases and interactive learning tools give you hands-on experience putting what you learn into practice.

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About the Author

Dr. Marianne Neighbors is Professor Emeritus at the University of Arkansas, Eleanor Mann School of Nursing in Fayetteville.

Ruth Tannehill-Jones retired after 28 years in staff nursing, nursing education, and hospital administration. She served most recently as Vice President, Patient Care Services for Mercy Health System, NWA, St. Mary’s Hospital.

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