Oxford Handbook of Clinical Immunology and Allergy PDF
Download Oxford Handbook of Clinical Immunology and Allergy PDF book free online – From Oxford Handbook of Clinical Immunology and Allergy PDF: This new edition of Clinical Immunology and Allergy is a practical and clinically based guide for clinicians and laboratory staff to aid diagnosis and management of immunological and allergic disease, and provides examples of the correct selection and interpretation of immunological tests for a wide range of conditions.
Fully updated from the previous edition, with the addition of new diseases recently identified from the use of genetic testing, and novel biological therapies and autoantibody tests, this title covers the entire breadth of the field, with the information at your fingertips.
Split into two sections, the first covering individual diseases and allergies, with diagnosis and management strategies, and the second describing appropriate laboratory tests and their interpretation, the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Immunology and Allergy is an invaluable reference text, and works as a succinct revision guide for the FRCPath in Immunology. Filled with cross-references to create a cohesive overview of a complex subject, and presented in concise bullet-points for detailed direction to the key facts, this handbook provides everything you need to help you in clinical practice.
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“This is a good pocket reference for trainees (medical students, residents, and fellows) undergoing training/rotation in clinical immunology and allergy. It presents the main relevant information in bulleted lists under each diagnosis commonly encountered in the clinical setting.” — Patty Chi, Doodys book reviews
About the Author
Gavin Spickett, Consultant Clinical Immunologist, Royal Victoria Infirmary Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Gavin Spickett has been a Consultant Clinical Immunologist & Allergist In Newcastle upon Tyne since 1991, after training in Oxford, Ipswich and Northwick Park. He has in addition, until quite recently, been a general physician participating in unselected medical admissions. He has been responsible for the development of the Regional Immunology Laboratory, and clinical services for the North-East and Cumbria. He has particular clinical interest in primary immune deficiencies, allergic and autoimmune diseases and chronic fatigue as well as quality standards in clinical and laboratory immunology.