The Language of Medicine 12th Edition

Book Name Pdf: The Language of Medicine 12th Edition
Author: Chabner, Davi-Ellen [Chabner, Davi-Ellen]
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN-10: 0323551475,978-0323551472
Year: 2020
Pages: 1074 pages
Language: English
File size: 63 MB
File format: PDF,EPUB

Download The Language of Medicine 12th Edition Pdf Book Description:

The Language of Medicine makes learning easy. The book guides and coaches you step by step through the learning experience. Don’t get overwhelmed! Approach learning systematically, step by step. I’ve helped you study each chapter by organizing the information in small pieces. Icons are provided to help you navigate the sections of the text. The student website accompanying this new edition is packed with activities, games, additional information, and video clips to expand your understanding and test your knowledge. Additionally, on the website, you can hear the terms corresponding to the Pronunciation of Terms section in each chapter. The Medical Language Instant Translator is a uniquely useful resource for all allied health professionals and students of medical terminology. It is a pocket sized medical terminology reference with convenient information at your fingertips! The Language of Medicine Instructor’s Resource Manual (includes instructor’s manual, ExamView test bank, PowerPoints, and an image collection) is available with even more new quizzes, teaching suggestions, crossword puzzles, medical reports, and reference material.

The image collection contains all figures and photos from the 12th edition. Studying medical terminology is very similar to learning a new language. At first, the words seem strange and complicated, although they may stand for commonly known disorders and terms. For example, cephalgia means “headache,” and an ophthalmologist is an “eye doctor.” Your first job in learning the language of medicine is to understand how to divide words into their component parts. Logically, most terms, whether complex or simple, can be broken down into basic parts and then understood. For example, consider the following term, which is divided into three parts. Throughout the process of writing this text over its 12 editions, I have listened to hundreds of students and instructors and incorporated their insightful suggestions. Expert medical reviewers have once again helped me to ensure that the terminology included reflects cuing edge clinical practice. New information and illustrations throughout are the result of recommendations from all those who have so generously provided feedback. My continuing goal in writing The Language of Medicine is to help you not only learn medical terminology but also to enjoy learning! You will find that medical terminology comes alive and stays with you when you use my interactive, logical, and easy-to-follow method. Undeniably, the study of this language requires commitment and hard work, but the benefits are great. Knowledge of medical terminology will give you a strong start in your career.

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