(PRWEB) September 22, 2012
Informative and educational, “Fluid - Electrolyte; Acid-Base Metabolism and Disorder” is a comprehensive textbook created by author Michael Kingston. With over fifty years experience in general medical practice, as well as an extensive academic background, Kingston imparts a collaboration of his own studies, observations and expertise as an internist, pediatrician, surgeon and anesthesiologist.
Relating to current physiology and molecular mechanisms, fluid and electrolyte imbalances are highly featured in this groundbreaking work. Allowing readers to explore a wide range of disorders ranging from renal and cardiac failure to gastrointestinal conditions and many more, this selection provides insights, as well as a clearer perspective in understanding the intricate workings of the body. It also challenges traditional beliefs in several areas of the medical practice as opposed to the author’s extensive experience and knowledge.
Also containing the most comprehensive account on the treatment of potassium deficiencies such as hypokalemia and hyperkalemia, this book shares the author’s observations, along with the work successfully submitted for his MD (thesis) degree. With up-to-date and relevant chapters, the pages of this book also discuss more innovative viewpoints about the Stewart-Fencl approach to acid-base imbalance.
A boon to the members of the medical health profession, including doctors, nurses, medical technologists, therapists, pharmacists, medical researchers, and those in the academic world, its students and professors, “Fluid - Electrolyte; Acid-Base Metabolism and Disorder” is indeed a groundbreaking medical contribution that will enhance the knowledge and skill of everyone whose passion lies in the noble vocation of promoting health and saving lives.
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Fluid - Electrolyte; Acid-Base Metabolism and Disorder * by Michael Kingston
A Clinical Emphasis Related to Physiology and Molecular Mechanisms
Publication Date: June 13, 2012
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