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New Arrival | Atlas of Diagnostic Hematology E-Book, 1st Edition

Author: Mohamed Salama (Author), Publication date; 1st September 2020 Pages; 1066 Buy here “Atlas of Diagnostic Hematology” by Mohamed Salama is a well-known and respected reference book in the field of hematology. It is commonly used by medical students, hematologists, pathologists, and other healthcare professionals to aid in the diagnosis of various hematological conditions. The… Read More »

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Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine, 9th Edition

Authors: Murray Longmore , Ian Wilkinson , Andrew Baldwin , Elizabeth Wallin Pages: 920 ISBN-10: 0199609624 ISBN-13: 978-0199609628 Edition:9th, released in 2014 Description: It is the must have book in the pockets of doctors doing the clinical rotations in medicine wards. A  handy pocket book written in a clear and concise manner and doctors refer it… Read More »

Buy Anatomy and Physiology For Dummies

  “Anatomy and Physiology For Dummies” is a popular book in the “For Dummies” series, which is known for its approachable and beginner-friendly style of presenting complex topics. The book is authored by Erin Odya and Maggie Norris, and it aims to provide a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the human body’s anatomical structures and… Read More »

Discovering Statistics Using SAS book review

“Discovering Statistics Using SAS” presents a comprehensive exploration of statistical analysis through the lens of SAS software. This book seamlessly integrates the principles of statistics with practical applications using SAS, catering to both beginners and intermediate learners in the field of data analysis. The author’s approach combines theoretical concepts with hands-on examples, ensuring a holistic… Read More »

Research Methodology by Ranjit Kumar

“Research Methodology” by Ranjit Kumar is a definitive guide for navigating the intricacies of conducting research. Kumar’s writing style is both informative and accessible, making it an ideal resource for students, researchers, and academics alike. The book adeptly covers various research paradigms, methods, and techniques, ensuring a well-rounded understanding of research processes. Kumar’s emphasis on… Read More »