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Author: Ranjna Chawla PhD; ISBN 9789350909423 Edition 4/e Publish Year 2014 Pages 366 Size 6.75" X 9.5" Cover Type Paper Back With CD/DVD No Weight (Grams) 820; • Details on evaluation and monitoring of QC data • New diagnostic indicators of different diseases • New chapter on therapeutic drug monitoring • Usefulness of some tests over other tests e.g. spot urine protein–creatinine ratio over 24 hours urine protein serum beta trace protein over serum creatinine as indictor of reduced GFR ionized calcium over total calcium etc. • Addition of different new techniques • Vast coverage of topics to match the standard of knowledge required for MD Biochemistry students. This has resulted in its usefulness not only for undergraduates but also for postgraduate students • Addition of 120 new case reports increasing the total number to 370. The case reports will be of immense value for the students and teachers and in the long run bridge the gap between clinicians and clinical laboratories.; • Thoroughly revised in view of latest developments in the field of biochemistry • Appreciable increase in the numbers of case reports (370) with detailed explanation for the answers • Areas such as evaluation and monitoring of QC data automation biochemical techniques and new diagnostic indicators of different diseases have been elaborately dealt with • A book not only for undergraduates but also for postgraduate students because of vast coverage of topics • Based on author's personal experience in various capacities • Lucid and easily comprehensible language • Useful book to correlate biochemical findings clinically and to bridge the gap between clinicians and clinical laboratories.; Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students.

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