Mathematics for the Clinical Laboratory is a comprehensive text that teaches you how to perform the clinical calculations used in each area of the laboratory and helps you achieve accurate results. This second edition features even more examples and practice problems. This edition ensures your success by using proven learning techniques focused on practice and repetition to demonstrate how you will use math in the lab every day!
- New content increases the comprehensiveness of the text
- Charts and diagrams allow you to picture how calculations work and are applied to laboratory principles
- Chapter outlines show what to expect from each chapter and how the topics flow and connect to each other
- Practice problems act as a self-assessment tool to aid in reviewing the material.
- Significantly updated chapters include calculations that are currently in use in laboratories.
- More problems and examples applicable to real-life situations have been added to all chapters for additional practice.
- A companion Evolve website features a test bank, electronic image collection, PowerPoint slides, practice quizzes, additional examples of calculations, and student practice problems.
- Chapter on the molecular laboratory familiarizes you with the most current information about the critical area of clinical laboratory science.
About the Author
Lorraine Doucette has been an educator for over 30 years and has also practiced as a medical technologist. She developed the MLT program at Anne Arundel Community College, and she is currently an associate professor and program director for the MLS program at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
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