Medical Terminology: A Body Systems Approach

Barbara A. Gylys, Mary Ellen Wedding

Anno: 2009
Rilegatura: Paperback
Pagine: 608 p.
Dimensioni: 285 x 210 mm
Peso: 1461 gr.
  • EAN: 9780803621459
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This title is a unique blend of words, art, and technology that offers your students an inspired learning tool! The perfect length for any course, this exceptional, full-color, highly illustrated text/workbook uses a body system organization to focus on word building. This beautifully designed visual text, combined with the audio CD, TermPlus 3.0, and student and instructor online tools is a unique learning package that's a true blend of words, art, and technology. This title includes an Audio CD with more than 300 terms and a TermPlus 3.0 CD-ROM. It is competency-based, self-paced, multimedia program. It is now totally non-browser dependent. There are 12 Crossword Puzzles, 12 Term Teasers, and 12 Word Scrambles. It features Chart Note activities. Each consistently structured chapter begins with an A & P review; then reviews word parts; and, concludes with worksheets and exercises. It also includes appendix of generic and trade drugs and two-way word element index - by medical word element and by common English term. It also features Body Systems Connections Table. It identifies interrelationship of each body system. It helps put each system into clear perspective. This title covers expanded diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. It is packed with brilliant full-color illustrations. It also includes medical records and key terms that fill each body system chapter. It is presented in a user-friendly table format that speeds learning and increases retention. Flash-card activities are packed in every chapter. Common psychiatric terms also included in this title. It contains an expanded Pharmacology section to include most commonly used drugs.