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The second edition of this practical and well written book for nurses on physiologic and pathologic chemistry has been carefully revised. Newer data on sulfonamides, vitamins, the rennin mechanism of hypertension, hormones, muscle carbohydrate metabolism and other advances have been included. The first edition of the book was a contribution to nursing education in this field, and this edition ably perpetuates that distinction. Those who are not familiar with this textbook will find it one of the most effectively written volumes of its type. It is simply and authoritatively written and meets the current suggestions for teaching in this field by those interested in nursing education. Not only is the prevailing thought on biochemistry and physiology concisely presented, but the author's style is engaging. Those interested in nursing education will find this work authoritative and readable. It is highly recommended for nurses in training and for those who wish to
Introduction to Physiological and Pathological Chemistry with Laboratory Experiments. JAMA. 1944;126(5):329. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850400061034
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