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Book
xi, 310 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
  • Preparation techniques
  • Intraoperative cytology
  • Gynecologic system
  • Respiratory system
  • Hematopathology
  • Genitourinary system
  • Pancreatobiliary, liver, and gastrointestinal tract
  • Head and neck (includes thyroid)
  • Bone and soft tissue
  • Central nervous system
  • Mediastinum, retroperitoneum, and adrenal glands
  • Ancillary testing.
Medical Library (Lane)
Book
1 online resource (xii, 257 pages) : color illustrations
  • Kesser: Dizziness and Vertigo Across the Lifespan Section 1: Introduction to Dizziness 1. Dizziness Demographics and Population Health 2. Clinical Examination of the Dizzy Patient in the Context of Contemporary Diagnostic Techniques Section 2: Pediatric 3. Development of the Vestibular System and Balance Function: Differential Diagnosis in the Pediatric Population 4. Assessment Techniques for Vestibular Evaluation in Pediatric Patients 5. The Predominant Forms of Vertigo in Children and Their Associated Findings on Balance Function Testing Section 3: Adolescent and Adult 6. Dizziness and Vertigo in the Adolescent 7. Evaluation of Dizziness in the Litigating Patient 8. vHIT 9. Positional Vertigo: As Occurs Across All Age Groups 10. Vestibular Neuritis 11. Migraine-Associated Vertigo 12. Superior Canal Dehiscence 13. Meniere's Disease: A Challenging and Relentless Disorder 14. Uncommon causes of disequilibrium in the adult Section 4: Elderly 15. Baroreflexes 16. Vertebrobasilar Infarcts and Ischemia 17. Dizziness in the Elderly 18. Medication-Related Dizziness in the Older Adult 19. Vestibular Rehabilitation of Older Adults with Dizziness.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323551366 20180514
Get a quick, expert overview of dizziness and vertigo from childhood through old age with this concise, practical resource. Drs. Bradley W. Kesser and Tucker Gleason have assembled a leading team of experts to address timely clinical topics of interest to otolarynologists and other health care providers who see patients with these common problems.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323551366 20180514

3. Hematopathology [2018]

Book
1 online resource (xiii, 760, e18 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color).
  • Non-Neoplastic Disorders 1. Red Blood Cell/Hemoglobin Disorders 2. Coagulation 3. Non-Neoplastic Morphologic Abnormalities of White Blood Cells and Macrophages 4. Reactive Lymph Nodes and Castleman Disease 5. Bone Marrow Failure Syndromes 6. Benign Causes of Bone Marrow Abnormalities Including Infections, Storage Diseases, Systemic Disorders, and Stromal Changes Lymphomas 7. Small B-Cell Lymphomas 8. Diffuse Aggressive B-Cell Lymphomas 9. Peripheral T-Cell Lymphomas 10. Immunodeficiency-Related Lymphoproliferative Disorders 11. Hodgkin Lymphoma Leukemias, Chronic Myeloproliferative Neoplasms, and Myelodysplasia 12. B-Cell Leukemias of Mature Lymphocytes 13. Mature T-Cell and Natural Killer Cell Leukemias 14. Acute Myeloid Leukemia 15. Precursor Lymphoid Neoplasms 16. Acute Undifferentiated Leukemia and Mixed-Phenotype Acute Leukemias 17. Myeloproliferative and "Overlap" Myelodysplastic/Myeloproliferative Neoplasms 18. Myelodysplastic Syndromes Disorders of Histiocytes, Mast Cells, Plasma Cells, Spleen, and Ancillary Techniques 19. Disorders of Histiocytes 20. Mastocytosis 21. Multiple Myeloma and Other Plasma Cell Neoplasms 22. Disorders of the Spleen 23. Flow Cytometric Principles in Hematopathology 24. Molecular Diagnosis in Hematopathology.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323479134 20180416
With its highly templated, easy-to-use format and new information throughout, the third edition of Hematopathology, a volume in the Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology series, is an essential text for residents and pathologists. Throughout this practical reference, traditional morphologic diagnostic pathology is supplemented with clinical, immunohistochemical, and molecular genetic information. Fully revised to include recent advances in the field, this affordable resource by Dr. Eric D. Hsi is ideal for study and review as well as everyday clinical practice. A highly templated format that includes clinical, imaging, and management/prognostic features; pathologic features; ancillary studies; differential diagnosis; and selected bibliography. A focus on the specific features of various entities, including differential diagnoses. Clinical features, pathologic features, and key facts summarized in quick-reference boxes for fast retrieval of information. Hundreds of full-color photomicrographs and gross photographs depict important pathologic features, enabling you to form a differential diagnosis and compare your findings with actual cases. Contributions from internationally recognized pathologists, keeping you up to date with the latest information in the field. New information on the pathology of hematological disease and the latest World Health Organization update on classification of hematologic malignancies. New chapter on the essentials of hemostasis. Completely revised chapter on platelets. Expert ConsultT eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323479134 20180416
Book
1 online resource (1746 pages)
  • Front Matter
  • Inflammation through the Ages: A Historical Perspective / Jean-Marc Cavaillon
  • Inducers and Sensors of Inflammation. Pathogen-associated Molecular Patterns / Jean-Marc Cavaillon
  • Damage-associated Molecular Patterns / Jean-Marc Cavaillon
  • Bacterial Toxins / Marina Bernard, Cesare Montecucco
  • Venoms / Catarina Teixeira, Vanessa Moreira, José María Gutiérrez
  • Hypoxia as an Inducer of Inflammation / Ariel Brandwein, Clifford S Deutschman
  • Vaccine Adjuvants / Dennis M Klinman, Hidekazu Shirota
  • Pattern Recognition Receptors / Lauren Whitehead, Gordon D Brown
  • Inflammatory Cells. Monocytes and Macrophages / Irina N Shalova, Shilpi Saha, Subhra K Biswas
  • Neutrophils / Salvatore Cuzzocrea
  • Mast Cells: Master Drivers of Immune Responses against Pathogens / WX Gladys Ang, Soman N Abraham
  • Dendritic Cells in Inflammatory Disease / Bart N Lambrecht, Martin Guilliams, Hamida Hammad
  • Roles for NK Cells and ILC1 in Inflammation and Infection / Christian AJ Vosshenrich, James P Di Santo
  • Group 2 and 3 Innate Lymphoid Cells: New Actors in Immunity and Inflammation / Nicolas Serafini, James P Di Santo
  • Th9 Cells: From the Bench to the Bedside and Back Again / Benjamin J Ulrich, Matthew M Hufford, Mark H Kaplan
  • Th17 Cells / Mélissa Noack, Pierre Miossec
  • Platelets / Jack Levin
  • Epithelial Cells / Jill M Hoffman, Charalabos Pothoulakis
  • Inflammation: The Role of Endothelial Cells / J Steven Alexander, D Neil Granger, Norman R Harris
  • Inflammatory Mediators. IL-1 Superfamily and Inflammasome / Charles A Dinarello
  • TNF Superfamily / Salvatore Cuzzocrea
  • Interleukin-17 A-E / Giovanni Monteleone, Irene Marafini, Edoardo Troncone
  • IL-6 Superfamily / Toshio Tanaka, Masashi Narazaki, Tadamistu Kishimoto
  • Type I and II Cytokine Superfamilies in Inflammatory Responses / William F Carson, Steven L Kunkel
  • Chemokines and Chemotaxis / Osamu Yoshie, Kouji Matsushima
  • Lipid Mediators in Inflammation / Shuh Narumiya, Takehiko Yokomizo, Junken Aoki
  • Free Radicals in Inflammation / Andrew Cumpstey, Martin Feelisch
  • Proteases / Celine Deraison, Chrystelle Bonnart, Nathalie Vergnolle
  • Psychiatric Disorders and Inflammation / Robert Dantzer
  • Complement System / Peter A Ward, Claudia Kemper
  • Heat Shock Proteins / Willem Eden, Femke Broere, Ruurd van der Zee
  • Inflammation and Host Response. Inflammation and Coagulation / Marcel Levi
  • Fever: Mediators and Mechanisms / Joachim Roth
  • Pain / Christoph Stein
  • Inflammation, Hormones, and Metabolism / Muska Khpal, Mervyn Singer
  • Microenvironmental Regulation of Innate Immune Cell Function / Emily R Watts, Eilise Ryan, Sarah R Walmsley, Moira KB Whyte
  • Epigenetics of Inflammation / Vidula Vachharajani, Charles E McCall
  • Inflammation and Diseases. Allergy and Inflammation / Milena Sokołowska, Anna Głobińska, Cezmi A Akdis
  • Sepsis / Manu Shankar-Hari, Mervyn Singer
  • Autoimmunity and Inflammation / Shrikant Ramesh Mulay, Onkar P Kulkarni, Khader Rupanagudi, Hans-Joachim Anders
  • Psoriasis and Other Skin Inflammatory Diseases / Jaehwan Kim, James G Krueger
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis and Other Inflammatory Articular Diseases / Rogier M Thurlings, Sander W Tas, Paul Peter Tak*
  • Missing Heritability of Crohn's Disease and Implications for Therapeutic Targeting and Improved Care / Matthias Chamaillard
  • Inflammation and Transplantation / William M Baldwin, Robert L Fairchild
  • Inflammatory Mechanisms in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease / Peter J Barnes
  • Obesity: A Complex Disease with Immune Components / Yuejun Liu, Karine Clément
  • Inflammation and Type 2 Diabetes / Marleen MJ Greevenbroek, Casper G Schalkwijk, Coen DA Stehouwer
  • Inflammation-Mediated Neurodegeneration: Models, Mechanisms, and Therapeutic Interventions for Neurodegenerative Diseases / Hui-Ming Gao, Yun Gao, Dezhen Tu, Yue Liu, Hui Zhou, Jau-Shyong Hong
  • Inflammation in Atherosclerosis / Mario AR Lauterbach, Larisa I Labzin, Eicke Latz
  • Acute Kidney Injury / Johan Mårtensson, Rinaldo Bellomo
  • Ischemia-Reperfusion Syndrome / Christophe Adrie, Sally A Shin, Mehran Monchi
  • Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms and Inflammation / Evangelos J Giamarellos-Bourboulis
  • Resolution of Inflammation and Tissue Repair. Pentraxins in the Orchestration of Defense and Tissue Repair during the Acute Phase Response / Alberto Mantovani, Cecilia Garlanda, Barbara Bottazzi
  • Anti-Inflammatory Cytokines, Soluble Receptors, and Natural Antagonists / Willem Joost Wiersinga, Tom Poll
  • Regulatory T Cells / Luciana Berod, Katharina Lahl, Matthias Lochner, Christian T Mayer, Tim Sparwasser
  • Leukocyte Reprogramming / Jean-Marc Cavaillon
  • Roles of Specialized Proresolving Lipid Mediators in Inflammation Resolution and Tissue Repair / Matthew Spite, Charles N Serhan
  • Glucocorticoids / Heming Nicholas, Annane Djillali
  • The Neuroimmune Communicatome in Inflammation / Peder S Olofsson, Christine N Metz, Valentin A Pavlov
  • The Inflammatory Response in Tissue Repair / Nikolaos G Frangogiannis
  • Detection and Treatments. Biomarkers in Inflammation / Andreas Kortgen, Michael Bauer
  • In Vivo Imaging of Inflammation / Anne Roivainen, Antti Saraste
  • Novel Targets for Drug Development / Alan S Cross, Steven M Opal
  • Inflammation and Microbiota and Gut Reconditioning / Stig Bengmark
  • Natural Products as Source of Anti-Inflammatory Drugs / Shivaprasad H Venkatesha, Bodhraj Acharya, Kamal D Moudgil.
Book
vi, 313 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Medical Library (Lane)
Book
125 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
1 online resource.
  • Cover; Dedication; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Part A
  • Ethics, resources, and approaches; Chapter 1
  • Ethics in Biomedical Animal Research: The Key Role of the Investigatora; 1
  • Nature and Scope of the Chapter; 2
  • The Subject Matter of Biomedical Animal Research Ethics; 3
  • Why Investigators Should Care About Biomedical Animal Research Ethics; 3.1
  • Investigators are Already Committed to High Ethical Standards; 3.2
  • Ethical Treatment of Animals is Required by Law; 3.2.1
  • General Commitment to Ethical Behavior
  • 3.2.2
  • Legal Requirements Reflecting General or Specific Ethical Principles3.3
  • Ethical Treatment of Animals Promotes Sound Scientific Results; 3.4
  • Ethical Treatment of Animals is Required by Funding Bodies; 3.5
  • Ethical Treatment of Animals is Required by Peer-Reviewed Journals; 3.5.1
  • The ARRIVE Guidelines; 3.6
  • Ethical Treatment of Animals is Essential for Public Support; 3.7
  • Ethical Treatment of Animals is the Right Thing to Do; 4
  • Aspects of Animal Use and Care Relevant to Biomedical Animal Research Ethics; 5
  • Use of Privately Owned Animals in Biomedical Research
  • 6
  • The Nature of Basic Animal Research6.1
  • "Basic" Research as the Search for Knowledge for its Own Sake; 6.2
  • "Basic" Research as the Search for Fundamental, Underlying Mechanisms, and Causes; 6.3
  • What Investigators Mean by "Basic" Animal Research; 6.4
  • Recommendations; 7
  • Why Investigators Play the Key Role in Ensuring the Ethical Conduct of Animal Research Projects; 7.1
  • The Nature of Principles of Biomedical Animal Research Ethics; 7.2
  • The Need for Scientific Expertise in Applying General Ethical Principles; 7.3
  • The Investigator as Captain of the Experimental Ship
  • 7.3.1
  • Primacy of Project Goals7.3.2
  • Design and Implementation of Experimental Procedures; 7.3.3
  • The Importance of Sound Science in Ensuring Ethical Animal Experimentation; 7.4
  • The Role of Review Committees and Government Officials in Assessing the Ethical Appropriateness of Animal Experiments; 7.4.1
  • Ethical Review in the United States; 8
  • Sources of Guidance for Investigators in Conducting Ethical Research; 8.1
  • Scientific Resources; 8.2
  • Ethical and Ethically Relevant Resources; 8.2.1
  • Legally Mandated Ethical Principles
  • 8.2.2
  • Nongovernmental Documents Adherence to Which is Required by Law8.2.3
  • Publications of Workshops, Study Committees, and Nongovernmental Entities; 8.2.4
  • Ethical Guidelines of Professional Associations; 9
  • Developing Useful Ethical Guidelines; 10
  • Fundamental Principles of biomedical animal Research Ethics; F1
  • The Biomedical Research Principle; F2
  • The Animal Research Principle; F3
  • The Nuremberg Principle; F4
  • The Pain and Distress Minimization Principle; F4.1
  • Ethical Foundations of the Pain and Distress Minimization Principle
  • F4.2
  • Qualifications to the Pain and Distress Minimization Principle
Book
1 online resource : text file, PDF
  • Chapter 1. Present state of chemical sensitivity / Satoshi Ishikawa
  • Chapter 2. Effects of chemical sensitivity on patients' daily lives / Satoshi Ishikawa
  • Chapter 3. Promoting understanding of chemical sensitivity / Satoshi Ishikawa and Mikio Miyata
  • Chapter 4. Medical facts / Mikio Miyata, Kou Sakabe, and Satoshi Ishikawa
  • Chapter 5. Diagnosis / Satoshi Ishikawa and Mikio Miyata
  • Chapter 6. Treatment of patients with chemical sensitivity / Mikio Miyata and Satoshi Ishikawa
  • Chapter 7. Chemical sensitivity in children / Kazuhiko Kakuta
  • Chapter 8. Multiple chemical sensitivity : medical aspects from Germany / Klaus-Dietrich Runow
  • Chapter 9. Emission rate of chemical compounds in the building products and materials / Shin-ichi Tanabe
  • Chapter 10. Ventilation strategies for each kind of building and statutory regulations / Haruki Osawa and Masaki Tajima
  • Chapter 11. Ventilation, air-tightness, and air pollution / Hiroshi Yoshino and Rie Takaki
  • Chapter 12. Chemical features of indoor pollutants and current regulation / Naohide Shinohara
  • Chapter 13. Methods for measurement of indoor pollution / Atsushi Mizukoshi
  • Chapter 14. The current situation and shift in approaches to indoor air pollution / Miyuki Noguchi
  • Chapter 15. Investigation of indoor environments and occupants' health in sick houses / Hiroshi Yoshino, Sachiko Hojo, and Rie Takaki
  • Chapter 16. Round table discussion / Yukio Yanagisawa.
Written by multidisciplinary experts in medicine, chemistry, and architecture, this book examines chemical sensitivity (CS). In 15 chapters fitted to 15 lectures, it discusses not only the medical explanation, but also the environmental factors of this hypersensitive reaction, such as chemistry and architectural aspects. The book overviews pollution-induced diseases such as Minamata Disease. It also points out the similarity of modern hypersensitivity syndromes to historical pollution diseases from the viewpoints of not only natural scientific aspects, but also social understanding of the disease.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781466556348 20171218
Book
1 online resource : text file, PDF
  • Approach to the Autopsy. Circumstantial and Medical History. External Examination: The Preliminary Examination. External Examination, Specific Forensic Injuries. Specific Body Areas. Internal Examination: Opening of Body Cavities and Initial Assessment. Organ and Tissue Removal. Individual Organ Examination. Head, Brain, Skull and Spinal Cord. Microscopic Examination. Postmortem Laboratory Analysis. Natural Death. Organ and Tissue Donation.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498734653 20171218
In keeping with the spirit of the first edition, the second edition of this book displays the autopsy procedure in a step-wise, start-to-finish fashion. While the autopsy itself has changed little over the last 100 years, the adjunct procedures-toxicology, radiology, and DNA analysis, among others-have changed greatly. Original chapters are fully updated and modified to reflect changes in the last 15 years. Additionally, two new chapters have been added on natural death and organ/tissue donation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498734653 20171218
Book
1 online resource (215 p.) : ill. (some col.)
"A major component of many modern human anatomy programs is commemorating people who have donated their body for education and research. In addition, some institutions have also organized memorial places to honor the body donors. This book is an edited volume which explores the phenomena of commemorations and memorials in anatomy. It includes both descriptive papers focusing on the content of the ceremonies and theoretical papers contextualizing and examining these within the broader ethical, scientific, medical and educational frameworks. Building up on the idea of a community of practice, the main objective of the volume is to enhance the exchange of ideas and sharing of experiences. The concepts of "commemoration" and "memorial" in anatomy programs are presented as emerging. They are seen as phenomena that will continue to evolve and ramify within different cultural and educational contexts, and this volume is expected to facilitate these processes. Indeed, meager literature on the topic indicates potentially enormous practical value in sharing and combining practices from different cultural and teaching/research traditions."--Publisher's website.
Book
1 online resource (xxix, 182 pages)
  • History of recommendations on properties and units in clinical laboratory sciences-- Definitions of some disciplines applied in the clinical laboratory-- Conventions and instructions for use-- Fundamental concepts in communication of clinical laboratory data-- Principles and practice of kinds-of-quantity and units-- Requesting, generating, and transmitting clinical laboratory data-- Choice and use of kinds-of-quantity for different examination purposes-- Kinds-of-quantity of dimension one: SI unit 1-- Kinds-of-quantity of dimension other than one-- Kinds-of-property without dimensions of the ISQ-- Index of abbreviations used for institutions and committees-- Index of symbols for kinds-of-quantity and corresponding coherent SI units in clinical laboratory sciences.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781782621072 20170213
There has been significant expansion and development in clinical laboratory sciences and, in particular, metrological concepts, definitions and terms since the previous edition of this book was published in 1995. It is of prime importance to standardize laboratory reports for reliable exchange of patient examination data without loss of meaning or accuracy. New disciplines have appeared and the interrelationships between different disciplines within clinical laboratory sciences demand a common structure and language for data exchange, in the laboratory and with the clinicians, necessitating additional coverage in this book. These new sections will be based upon recommendations published by various national, regional, and international bodies especially IUPAC and IFCC. This book groups and updates the recommendations and will be appropriate for laboratory scientists, medical professionals and students in this area.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781782621072 20170213
Software/Multimedia
1 online resource (304 p.) : ill. (some col.)
"Epigenetics is defined as heritable changes that do not affect the DNA sequence but influence gene expression. Epigenetic changes occur at the levels of DNA, histone, protein, and chromatin structures. Proper epigenetic modifications are essential for cell differentiation and function during development, while some epigenetic modifications are passed on from parents to offspring through gametes. Therefore, alterations of epigenetic states would have serious consequences for human development and health. This realization and the advent of new technologies have encouraged the advance of epigenetic studies in recent years. Nonetheless, many aspects of epigenetics, such as regulatory mechanisms and evolutional advantages, remain to be better understood. Written by 26 scientists at the forefront of epigenetics research, this book discusses the different facets of epigenetics: from gametogenesis to child development, as well as from mechanistic studies in animal models to reviews of human clinical data."--Publisher's website.
Book
xvi, 354 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Genomic medicine in primary care / Samuel G. Johnson
  • Overview of policy, ethical, and social considerations in genomic and personalized medicine / Susanne B. Haga
  • Educational issues and strategies for genomic medicine / Jean Jenkins and Laura Lyman Rodriguez
  • Genetic testing for rare and undiagnosed diseases / Thomas Morgan
  • Health risk assessments, family health history, and predictive genetic/pharmacogenetic testing / Maria Esperanza Bergendahl, Lori A. Orlando and Latha Palaniappan
  • Pharmacogenetics and pharmcogenomics / J. Kevin Hicks and Howard L. McLeod
  • Hypertension / Patricia B. Munroe and Helen R. Warren
  • Coronary artery disease / Themistocles L. Assimes
  • Lung cancer / Yaron B. Gesthalter, Ehab Billatos and Haseena Kathuria
  • Breast cancer / Paul K. Marcom
  • Colorectal cancer / Roland P. Kuiper, Robbert D.A. Weren and Ad Geurts van Kessel --Prostate cancer / Wennuan Liu, Rong Na, Carly Conran and Jianfeng Xu
  • Asthma / Michael J. McGeachie, Damien C. Croteau-Chonka and Scott T. Weiss
  • Diabetes / Miriam S. Udler and Jose C. Florez
  • Metabolic syndrome / Matthew B. Lanktree and Robert A. Hegele
  • Autism spectrum disorder / Akanaksha Saxena and Maria Chahrour
  • Viral hepatitis / Thomas Tu, Keyur Patel and Nicholas A. Shackel.
Medical Library (Lane)
Book
xix, 380 pages ; 22 cm.
  • What is chronic pain?
  • Who is hardest hit by chronic pain?
  • The opioid mess in the United States
  • The opioid mess worldwide
  • Marijuana
  • Western medicine treatments for chronic pain
  • Complementary and alternative medicine treatments for chronic pain
  • The way forward
  • Appendix I: Resources
  • Appendix II: Treatments for pain.
Hundreds of millions around the world live in chronic pain - many in such severe pain they are disabled by it. The Institute of Medicine estimates that chronic pain costs the U.S. alone $560 to $635 billion a year in direct medical costs and lost productivity. Morphine, an effective painkiller, costs only three cents a dose, yet because of excessive regulation in many countries, it is unavailable to millions of people who need it, even at the end of life. The World Health Organization notes that in addition to the one million end-stage AIDS/HIV patients who can't get morphine and other controlled medications, 5.5 million terminal cancer patients, nearly a million people suffering from accidents or violence, and an incalculable number of people living with chronic illnesses and recovering from surgery can't get it, either. Women, children, older people, and the poor are disproportionally affected by inadequate pain relief. Physicians know almost nothing about chronic pain, much less how to treat it, for two reasons: medical schools barely teach it and government institutions allot almost nothing to the pain research budget. In The Global Pain Crisis: What Everyone Needs to Know(R), renowned health journalist Judy Foreman addresses the most important questions about chronic pain: what is it, who does it affect most, what works and what doesn't for pain relief in Western and alternative medicines, what are the risks and benefits for opioids and marijuana, and how can the chronic pain crisis be resolved for good? Foreman's book is a wake-up call for a health problem that affects all people across the globe, at all stages of life. Written in the classic, easy-to-read and quick reference style of the What Everyone Needs to Know(R) series, The Global Pain Crisis is a must for anyone whose life or work is affected by chronic pain.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190259242 20170807
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xvii, 281 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.
  • Injury Prevention and Environmental Health: Key Messages from Disease Control Priorities / Charles N. Mock, Kirk R. Smith, Olive Kobusingye, Rachel Nugent, Safa Abdalla, Rajeev B. Ahuja, Spenser S. Apramian, Abdulgafoor M. Bachani, Mark A. Bellis, Alexander Butchart, Linda F. Cantley, Claire Chase, Mark R. Cullen, Nazila Dabestani, Kristie L. Ebi, Xiagming Fang, G. Gururaj, Sarath Guttikunda, Jeremy J. Hess, Connie Hoe, Guy Hutton, Adnan A. Hyder, Rebecca Ivers, Dean T. Jamison, Puja Jawahar, Lisa Keay, Carol Levin, Jiawen Liao, David Mackie, Kabir Malik, David Meddings, Nam Phuong Nguyen, Robyn Norton, Zachary Olson, Ian Partridge, Margie Peden, Ajay Pillarisetti, Fazlur Rahman, Mark L. Rosenberg, John A. Staples, Sťphane Verguet, Catherine L. Ward, David A. Watkins
  • Trends in Morbidity and Mortality Attributable to Injuries and Selected Environmental Hazards / David A. Watkins, Nazila Dabestani, Charles N. Mock, Mark R. Cullen, Kirk R. Smith, Rachel Nugent
  • Road Traffic Injuries / Abdulgafoor M. Bachani, Margie Peden, G. Gururaj, Robyn Norton, and Adnan A. Hyder
  • Nontransport Unintentional Injuries / Robyn Norton, Rajeev B. Ahuja, Connie Hoe, Adnan A. Hyder, Rebecca Ivers, Lisa Keay, David Mackie, David Meddings, Fazlur Rahman
  • Interpersonal Violence: Global Impact and Paths to Prevention / James A. Mercy, Susan D. Hillis, Alexander Butchart, Mark A. Bellis, Catherine L. Ward, Xiangming Fang, Mark L. Rosenberg
  • Occupation and Risk for Injuries / Safa Abdalla, Spenser S. Apramian, Linda F. Cantley, Mark R. Cullen
  • Household Air Pollution from Solid Cookfuels and Its Effects on Health / Kirk R. Smith, Ajay Pillarisetti
  • Health Risks and Costs of Climate Variability and Change / Kristie L. Ebi, Jeremy J. Hess, Paul Watkiss
  • Water Supply, Sanitation, and Hygiene / Guy Hutton, Claire Chase
  • Interventions to Prevent Injuries and Reduce Environmental and Occupational Hazards: A Review of Economic Evaluations from Low- and Middle-Income Countries / David A. Watkins, Nazila Dabestani, Rachel Nugent, Carol Levin
  • Helmet Regulation in Vietnam: Impact on Health, Equity, and Medical Impoverishment / Zachary Olson, John A. Staples, Charles N. Mock, Nam Phuong Nguyen, Abdulgafoor M. Bachani, Rachel Nugent, Stéphane Verguet
  • Household Energy Interventions and Health and Finances in Haryana, India: An Extended Cost-Effectiveness Analysis / Ajay Pillarisetti, Dean T. Jamison, Kirk R. Smith
  • Costs and Benefits of Installing Flue-Gas Desulfurization Units at Coal-Fired Power Plants in India / Maureen L. Cropper, Sarath Guttikunda, Puja Jawahar, Kabir Malik, Ian Partridge.
Green Library
Book
1 online resource (100 pages) : illustrations, tables.
Every clinical laboratory devotes considerable resources to Quality Control. Recently, the advent of concepts such as Analytical Goals, Biological Variation, Six Sigma and Risk Management has generated a renewed interest in the way to perform QC. The objective of this book is to propose a roadmap for the application of an integrated QC protocol that ensures the safety of patient results in the everyday lab routine.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783110346176 20180521
Book
1 online resource (xiii, 271 pages)
  • Foreword ix Acknowledgments xi About the Companion Website xiii Introduction 1 Part I Chronic Pain 5 1 Defining Chronic Pain and its Territory 7 2 Psychosocial Chronic Pain Management: Current State of the Theory and Evidence 39 3 The Development of MBCT for Chronic Pain 63 Part II MBCT for Chronic Pain 87 4 Overview of the Eight Session Treatment 89 5 Session 1: Stepping Out of Automatic Pain Habits 115 6 Session 2: Facing the Challenge 137 7 Session 3: The Breath as an Anchor 155 8 Session 4: Learning to Stay Present 167 9 Session 5: Active Acceptance 183 10 Session 6: Seeing Thoughts as Just Thoughts 197 11 Session 7: Taking Care of Myself 211 12 Session 8: Harnessing the Power of the Mind for Chronic Pain Management 223 13 Integrating MBCT for Chronic Pain with Existing Treatments 235 Conclusion 249 Index 259.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119257615 20170424
This unique new guide integrates recent advances in the biopsychosocial understanding of chronic pain with state-of-the-art cognitive therapy and mindfulness techniques to offer a fresh, highly-effective MBCT approach to helping individuals manage chronic pain. * There is intense interest from clinicians, researchers and patients alike in mindfulness-based therapeutic techniques, and the integration of mindfulness theory and practice with CBT * Provides everything a therapist needs to integrate MBCT into their practice and optimize its delivery, including a manualized 8-session program and guidance on how to teach MBCT skills * Features case studies and real-world examples that help practitioners to avoid common pitfalls and optimize the delivery of MBCT for chronic pain for their own individual clients * Features links to guided meditations, client and therapist handouts and other powerful tools.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119257615 20170424
Book
xi, 202 pages : illustrations (some color), charts ; 25 cm
  • Part I. Diangnosis, Patient Stratification and Biomarkers
  • A tale of two worlds: pharmaceutical investigators and clinicians define "diagnosis"
  • Biomarkers in clinical trials for rheumatoid arthritis
  • The role of microparticles as biomarkers in the development of therapy for autoimmune disease
  • Part II. Genomic Medicine
  • The future of genomic medicine in inflammatory diseases
  • Part III. Bispecific Antibodies
  • Bispecific antibodies
  • Part IV. Cross-Functional Targers
  • Targeting CD13 with Asn-Gly-Arg (NGR) peptie-drug conjugates
  • Energy homeostasis of immune cells: transplanting cell bioenergetics into clinical application in rheumatoid arthritis
  • The intestinal microbiome, the immune system, and spondyloarthropathy
  • Stem cell therapy in the treatment of rheumatic diseases and application in the treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus
  • Index.
Medical Library (Lane)
Book
xviii, 133 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm.
  • INTRODUCTION-- REFERENCES-- FURTHER READING-- INDEX.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198738565 20171023
What is pain? Has the experience of pain always been the same? How is pain related to the emotions, to culture, and to pleasure? What happens to us when we feel pain? How does pain work in the body and in the brain? In this Very Short Introduction, Rob Boddice explores the history, culture, and medical science of pain. Charting the shifting meanings of pain across time and place, he focusses on how the experience and treatment of pain have changed. He describes historical hierarchies of pain experience that related pain to social class and race, and the privileging of human states of pain over that of other animals. From the pain concepts of classical antiquity to expressions of pain in contemporary art, and modern medical approaches to the understanding, treatment, and management of pain, Boddice weaves a multifaceted account of this central human experience. Ranging from neuroscientific innovations in experimental medicine to the constructionist arguments of social scientists, pain is shown to resist a timeless definition. Pain is physical and emotional, of body and mind, and is always experienced subjectively and contextually. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198738565 20171023
Green Library
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402 pages : 19 illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Einführung
  • Schmerztherapie als Therapie aus den USA
  • Translation, Biomedizin und Übertragung in der Geschichte der Emotionen
  • Kybernetik und vegetatives Nervensystem
  • Heroismus, Pessimismus und Subjektivität
  • Schmerz und Spiel : das Beispiel des Handballs
  • Helden des Krieges : Ernst Jünger
  • Titanen des Schmerzes : Carl Fervers
  • Patienten mit Schmerzen : Ferdinand Sauerbruch
  • Katholischer Schmerzheroismus und Anästhesie
  • Kulturpessimismus des Schmerzes
  • Subjektivität des Schmerzes : Henry Beecher und George Engel
  • Vegetativum und Neuraitherapie bis etwa 1970
  • Kopfschmerzen
  • Impletol als Wunderwaffe
  • Leriche und der Sympathicusschmerz
  • Nonnenbruch, Dieter Gross und die Bayer-Werke
  • Speransky und von Roques
  • Theorie über das Nervensystem
  • Anästhesiologie und Anästhesietherapie
  • Akupunktur in der frühen Bundesrepublik
  • Die neurochirurgische Schmerztherapie
  • Otfrid Foerster
  • Lobotomie als Operation und als Metapher
  • Stereotaxis und "Gate Control"-Theorie
  • Bedeutungswandel des Schmerzes : Phantomschmerz in der Bundesrepublik
  • Kriegsversehrtheit
  • Das Bundesarbeitsministerium
  • VdK-Lobbyismus und die Empfehlungen des Unterausschusses
  • Der Forschungsauftrag
  • Phantomschmerz in den 1980er Jahren
  • Die Asiatische Reise : der Akupunktur-Boom in den 1970er Jahren
  • Die Traditionelle Chinesische Medizin
  • China und der Westen
  • Endorphine und elektrisch verstärkte Akupunktur
  • Die Reise gen Osten
  • Mildred Scheel und die Akupunktur
  • Explosion an Meldungen
  • Johannes Bischko
  • Akupunktur und Anästhesiologie
  • Horst Ferdinand Herget
  • Akupunktur und Markt
  • Manfred Köhnlechner
  • Die Bewertung elektrisch verstärkter Akupunktur
  • Die Rezeption der Akupunktur
  • Krebsschmerz in der Bundesrepublik
  • Tumorschmerz-Therapie in Grossbritannien
  • Der Film über St. Christopher's
  • Onkologie in Heidelberg
  • Die "Deutsche Krebshilfe"
  • Therapie mit Opioiden
  • Die WHO-Dreistufenleiter
  • Therapie chronischer Schmerzen : die Schmerzklinik als Institution
  • Rudolf Frey
  • Institutionalisierung der Schmerzklinik
  • Die Schmerzklinik in Mainz
  • Öffentlichkeit für die Schmerzklinik
  • Das Deutsche Schmerzforschungszentrum
  • Frey und die rheinland-pfälzische Politik
  • Die Herausforderung des Terrorismus
  • Popularisierung des Konzepts
  • Das Schmerzzentrum Mainz
  • Exkurs : Therapie chronischer Schmerzen in der DDR
  • Physiotherapie in der DDR
  • Bioklimatologie
  • Ivan Petrowič Pavlov
  • Bandscheibenvorfall und manuelle Therapie
  • Manuelle Therapie nach tschechischem Vorbild
  • Russische Reflextherapie
  • Elektrotherapie
  • Akupunktur in der DDR
  • Schmerz und Anästhesiologie in der DDR
  • Schmerztherapie an der Chariť
  • Die Sektion Schmerztherapie
  • Krebsschmerztherapie, Rückenschmerzen und die Bilanz der DDR-Schmerztherapie
  • Rückenschmerz, Psychologie und die Versorgung von Schmerzpatienten in den 1980er Jahren
  • Rheumatismus
  • Der Bandscheibenvorfall
  • Failed back surgery syndrome
  • Verhaltenstherapie
  • Functional restoration
  • Psychologische Schmerztherapie
  • "Schmerz : Chronik einer Krankheit"
  • Versorgungsstrukturen in der Bundesrepublik
  • Schmerz als Forschungsthema
  • Die "Deutsche Schmerzhilfe"
  • Das Schmerztherapeutische Kolloquium
  • Zusammenfassung
  • Abkürzungen
  • Abbildungsnachweis
  • Verzeichnis verwendeter Archivalien, Literatur, Medien und Interviews
  • Sachregister
  • Personenregister.
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