Author: Priya Gupta,LC Gupta,Sujata Sarabahi
Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers Pte Limited
A pocket-sized full-color dictionary of dental terms McGraw-Hill Dental Dictionary is a compact yet comprehensive dictionary of hundreds of dental words and terms enhanced by numerous full-color photographs and diagrams. The book covers all key topic areas, including syndromes, causes of dental diseases, tooth numbering systems, and more. A section of tables encapsulates important information such as impression material, immunization schedules, and muscles of mastication. Features: Convenient 4"x6" size Informative opening chapter on the history of dentistry Numerous full-color photographs and illustrations 15 world-renowned contributors
a bibliographical guide to the general and technical dictionaries of the chief foreign languages, with historical and explanatory notes and references
Author: Robert Lewis Collison
Author: Augustin Ostace
Publisher: Augustin Ostace - Alpha & Omega Sapiens
The book ECCE POETRY is a combination between the idealist philosophy of German philosopher F. Nietzsche and the inspiration of philological interpretation of the author itself. It is an attempt of enciclopadical endeavour in regaining another level of understanding of poetical philosophy. ...Flowering of Ego,of the restored stronghold Dissent in self - reliance to full ressentiment gold... or become in times a doubter, resensing any doubt Reusing face-all-seeing in sacred Seven cast...
Author: David Franklyn Williams
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
There has been a rapid expansion of activity in the area of biomaterials and related medical devices, both in scientific terms and in clinical and commercial applications. The definition of terms has failed to keep pace with the rapidity of these developments and there is considerable confusion over the terminology used in this highly multi- and inter-disciplinary area. This confusion has arisen partly from the use of inappropriate terms which already have well-defined meanings in their parent disciplines, but which are used inexpertly by those working in other disciplines, and partly from the haphazard generation of new terms for the purpose of defining new phenomena or devices. For example, many terms used in pathology with distinct, if not readily understood, meanings are used by materials scientists to describe biocompatibility phenomena with slightly changed or even wholly misrepresented meanings; similarly, terms from materials science and engineering are seriously misused by biologists and clinicians working in this field. The leading proponent of harmonization and clarity in medical device terminology, Professor D. F. Williams has been influential in setting the standard for the accurate definition of some of the terms used. In particular, the definition of biocompatibility, ‘the Williams definition’, agreed at a 1987 conference has been adopted worldwide. Now, in association with O’Donnell and Associates of Brussels, he has prepared The Williams Dictionary to provide a definitive exposition of the meaning of the terminology used in the area of biomaterials and medical devices. It includes definitions and explanations of more than 2,000 terms from many areas, including biomaterials and medical devices, materials science, biological sciences, and clinical medicine and surgery.
Author: Daniel N. Lapedes
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : McGraw-Hill
Author: Sybil P. Parker
Publisher: New York ; Montreal : McGraw-Hill Book Company
Comprehensive dictionary of approximately 100,100 terms from 102 scientific and technological disciplines. Entries indicate disciplines pertinent to terms and pronunciations. About 3000 marginal illustrations. Miscellaneous appendixes.
A Practical Reference for Health Managers
Author: Lee Hyde
Category: Social Science
Dictionary of words, phrases, and acronyms of particular use to health managers. "Defines primarily the language, specialized vocabulary, and jargon of the practice and management of health care, without covering the clinical and technicallanguage used i
Author: John Charles Brauer,Richard Edgeworth Richardson
Category: Dental assistants
Author: Shirley Pratt Schwarzrock,James R. Jensen
Category: Dental assistants
A Manual for the Study of Dental Nomenclature
Author: George Bion Denton
Author: Columbus Memorial Library
New Discoveries in Detoxification Using Herbal Enzymes
Author: Kevin Sullivan,N. D. Sullivan
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
Health Sanity in a World of Confusion is a book that explains how and why herbs work. Dr. Kevin Sullivan suffered for over 30 years with asthma, eczema, and overall poor health. He decided to leave his career as a mechanical engineer to become a Naturopathic Doctor. He was determined to identify the toxins causing his symptoms and eliminate them through the use of homeopathy and herbs. Today he helps others achieve the same success. Dr. Kevin Sullivan has spent 16 years studying and testing various herbs and foods. His conclusions are both interesting and insightful. This is a must read for anyone interested in understanding why humans suffer from so many ailments. Dr. Sullivan has based his theories and findings on the historical accounts listed in the Bible.
Author: American Dental Association
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
Lists and explains terminology related to chemistry, providing synonyms, acronyms, and pronunciation for each entry, and covering such areas as organic chemistry, spectroscopy, and biochemistry.
A Guide to Clinical Decision Making in Physical Therapy
Author: Lori Quinn,James Gordon
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Better patient management starts with better documentation! Documentation for Rehabilitation: A Guide to Clinical Decision Making in Physical Therapy, 3rd Edition shows how to accurately document treatment progress and patient outcomes. Designed for use by rehabilitation professionals, documentation guidelines are easily adaptable to different practice settings and patient populations. Realistic examples and practice exercises reinforce concepts and encourage you to apply what you’ve learned. Written by expert physical therapy educators Lori Quinn and James Gordon, this book will improve your skills in both documentation and clinical reasoning. A practical framework shows how to organize and structure PT records, making it easier to document functional outcomes in many practice settings, and is based on the International Classification for Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) model — the one adopted by the APTA. Coverage of practice settings includes documentation examples in acute care, rehabilitation, outpatient, home care, and nursing homes, as well as a separate chapter on documentation in pediatric settings. Guidelines to systematic documentation describe how to identify, record, measure, and evaluate treatment and therapies — especially important when insurance companies require evidence of functional progress in order to provide reimbursement. Workbook/textbook format uses examples and exercises in each chapter to reinforce your understanding of concepts. NEW Standardized Outcome Measures chapter leads to better care and patient management by helping you select the right outcome measures for use in evaluations, re-evaluations, and discharge summaries. UPDATED content is based on data from current research, federal policies and APTA guidelines, including incorporation of new terminology from the Guide to Physical Therapist 3.0 and ICD-10 coding. EXPANDED number of case examples covers an even broader range of clinical practice areas.