|Learning to Code With CPT/Hcpcs for Health Information Management and Health Services Administration 2010
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Author: Alice Noblin,Thomas J. Falen,Brandy G. Ziesemer, Thomas Falen
Updated for 2010, this book will be the primary textbook for CPT/HCPCS coding courses for Health Information Management (HIM), Medical Billing Insurance and Coding (MBIC), Health Information Technology (HIT) and Health Administration Services (HSA) programs. Using a template similar to our Learning to Code with ICD-9-CM textbook, this new book teaches students how to code with CPT/HCPCS using real world medical record examples.
The robust online course accompanying the book has additional activities to supplement the textbook, and is available for WebCT, Blackboard, and LWW thePoint.
|Cuisine sans cholesterol (French Edition)
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|Soignez-vous par le vin
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Author: Dr. E. A. Maury
|String Theory: 10th Tohwa University International Symposium on String Theory, Fukuoka, Japan, 3-7 July 2001 (AIP Conference Proceedings)
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String theory is a promising contributor to the Theory of Everything. We may be able to construct a unified theory which consistently describes everything in nature: space-time, matter, and interactions. At this exciting time many leading theorists gathered at Tohwa University to discuss advances in the field.
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|Suppressing the Diseases of Animals and Man: Theobald Smith, Microbiologist (Boston Medical Library in the Countway Library of Medicine)
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Author: Claude E. Dolman
Theobald Smith (1859-1934) is widely considered to be America's first significant medical scientist and the world's leading comparative pathologist. Entering the new field of infectious diseases as a young medical graduate, his research in bacteriology, immunology, and parasitology produced many important and basic discoveries. His most significant accomplishment was proving for the first time that an infectious disease could be transmitted by an arthropod agent. He also made significant discoveries on anaphylaxis, vaccine production, bacterial variation, and a host of other methods and diseases. His work on hog cholera led to the selection of the paratyphoid species causing enteric fever as the prototype of the eponymous Salmonella genus, mistakenly named for his chief at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Daniel Salmon, who first reported the discovery in 1886, although the work was undertaken by Smith alone.
In 1895, Smith began a twenty-year career as teacher and researcher at the Harvard Medical School and director of the biological laboratory at the Massachusetts State Board of Health. In 1902, when the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research was founded, he was offered but declined its directorship; however, in 1914, when the Institute established a division of animal pathology, he became director of its research division. Suppressing the Diseases of Animals and Man, the first book-length biography of Smith to appear in print, is based primarily on personal papers and correspondence that have remained in the possession of his family until now.
|Instructor Resource Center for Financial Management for Pharmacists: A Decision-Making Approach
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Author: Norman V. Carroll RPh PhD
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|Clinical Instruction Online Course
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Author: Theresa A. Middleton Brosche
|Self Harm: Perspectives from Experience
|Lu's Basic Toxicology: Fundamentals, Target Organs, and Risk Assessment
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Author: Frank C. Lu
Decades of research and teaching experience are compiled in the authoritative and highly awaited new edition of this classic text.
For the utmost in reader convenience and comprehension, Lu's Basic Toxicology uses easy-to-understand terminology, and separate subject and chemical indexes.
Providing clarity and insight into this rapidly evolving subject, this guide provides new information on:
- over-the-counter preparations
- occupational toxicology
Written by two key opinion leaders in toxicology, this text also covers the essentials of:
- why chemicals target specific organs and systems, and commonly used procedures for assessing risk associated with these chemicals
- chemicals that cause: cancer, mutations, congenital malformations, and organ or system specific effects
- host and environmental factors that modify the effects of specific chemicals, including: food additives; pesticides; metals; pollutants in air, water, and soil; and toxicants encountered in workplaces
|Diving and Subaquatic Medicine, Fourth edition
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Author: Carl Edmonds
A reference to clinical diving medicine. Written for doctors and paramedics who are responsible for the medical needs of divers both on or under the water, this new edition retains the strengths of its predecessors, with the emphasis still firmly on practical management. It features an improved section on the diving medical examination, changes to chapters on mortality statistics and drowning, new sections on habitat diving, breath-hold diving and technical diving, and many new illustrations.