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Published May, 2089
By David Townes
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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The fields of Global Health and Global Emergency Response have attracted increased interest and study. There has been tremendous growth in the educational opportunities around humanitarian emergencies; however, educational resources have not yet followed the same growth. This book corrects this trend, offering a comprehensive single resource dedicated to health in humanitarian emergencies.

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Published October, 2019
By Michael T. Ashworth
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Uniquely addresses the long overdue need for an authoritative, immersive approach to paediatric cardiac pathology. For general and paediatric pathologists, this book covers all aspects of diseases and malformations of the heart. Extensively illustrated, it approaches work from the fetus to the adolescent, including the effects of surgery.

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Published September, 2019
By Ronald S. Litman, Adam C. Adler and Arvind Chandrakantan
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Taking a practical, case-based approach, Case Studies in Pediatric Anesthesia reviews the most important and relevant topics on the anesthetic care of children. Aimed at anesthesia providers and trainees caring for children, the reader will find that the short digestible chapters and question and answer format serve to aid readability.

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Published August, 2019
By Walter Glannon
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Using a framework informed by neuroscience, psychology, and philosophy, this book addresses a range of metaphysical, ethical, and legal issues in modelling and modifying human memory. Its arguments and conclusions will interest clinical neuroscientists, psychologists, philosophers, and legal theorists.

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Published August, 2019
By Thomas Bock, Thomas Linner, Kepa Iturralde and Joerg Guttler
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Guides students, as well as professionals and academics, to understand the new and growing research field of AAL. Provides an easy-to-understand medical perspective to architects, designers, and engineers, bridging the different disciplines and demonstrating how they fuse together to create the future of AAL technology.

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Published August, 2019
By Christopher Huang, David Chambers and Gareth Matthews
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Anaesthetic trainees require a thorough understanding of basic physiology and its application to clinical practice. This comprehensively illustrated book bridges the gap between medical school and scientific reference texts. Easily understood, up-to-date and clinically relevant, it is an essential physiology resource for junior anaesthetists.

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Published August, 2019
By John Wiltshire
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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This book advocates Frances Burney as the unconscious pioneer of the modern genre of pathograhy, or the illness narrative. It will appeal to readers with an interest in Frances Burney (both her writings and biographically), in medical history and literature, and in patient and carer narratives.

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Published August, 2019
By Paul A. Banaszkiewicz and Deiary F. Kader
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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A thoroughly-revised viva guide, for candidates needing to meet the growing challenges of the ever changing FRCS (Tr&Orth) exam. This key, second edition is written by leading experts in the field, defining core orthopaedic content, key tactics and planning techniques, vital for exam success.

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Published August, 2019
By Walter Glannon
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Using a framework informed by neuroscience, psychology, and philosophy, this book addresses a range of metaphysical, ethical, and legal issues in modelling and modifying human memory. Its arguments and conclusions will interest clinical neuroscientists, psychologists, philosophers, and legal theorists.

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Published August, 2019
By Laurence Monnais
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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In this examination of the early globalization of the pharmaceutical industry, Laurence Monnais argues that colonialism played a crucial part in the worldwide diffusion of modern medicines, speaking to contemporary concerns regarding over-reliance on pharmaceuticals, self-medication, and the accessibility of effective drug treatments.

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