Saturday, June 5, 2010

Anatomy Medical - Fundamental Aspects and Clinical Applications 2007

Medical Anatomy Moore / Dalley is an unparalleled source of information covering specific areas of anatomy courses and provides students and teachers with the necessary anatomical basis and included in the basic context of clinical and radiological applications. This approach allows the reader to establish the necessary correlations between form and function through numerous incursions into the realm of basic physiology of different structural systems or organic. This second edition has been enriched with French summaries summary at the end of each chapter, new color photographs of different anatomical areas, 105 new multiple-choice questions (MCQ) sections relating to muscle activity were increased. The authors respect the right balance between two visions of conventionally separated anatomy: systematic vision which seeks to bring together in an orderly fashion from constituents every organ system and vision topographic fragmented the body into an overall regional entities as may be revealed by dissection or by the various medical approaches (CT, MRI, etc..). The authors have achieved this remarkable goal by choosing the topographical anatomy as a basic framework for the book, but by including the essential concepts of systematically reduced to their most important and most relevant to the clinical requirements. The book highlights two aspects are often underestimated: the anatomy of the living area and the detailed study of the fascias and body spaces they define propagation. It gives a description of the anatomy in its practical context and functional. It offers a clear approach to anatomy, educational and accessible to appropriate medical students in science, enhanced with diagrams, sidebars clinical, charts, summaries, summaries, reminders of basics. Many photographs and colorful illustrations help to understand the practical importance of anatomy and clinical correlations.


Clinical and Therapeutic Guide - MSF 2010

This guide is intended for clinical and therapeutic health professionals involved in curative care at clinics and hospitals.
This edition covers the curative aspects, and to a lesser extent the preventive aspects, the main pathologies encountered on the list is incomplete, but covers most needs.
This guide is not only used in programs supported by Doctors Without Borders, but also in other programs and contexts including diffé is part of the emergency health kit to WHO.
This guide has been jointly developed by multidisciplinary health professionals with experience in every field.


MiniManuel Organic Chemistry 2008

How to get to the basics, understand the methods and approaches before implementing them? Designed to facilitate learning as well as the revision, the Mini offers a concise course manuals and richly illustrated to accompany you to the exam. Examples, cautions and methods to avoid pitfalls and know the tricks, finally corrected all exercises complete the course. This Mini Handbook of Organic Chemistry presents the key aspects for any student in L1 / L2 Life Sciences, in CDR 1 and PH 1. To make the first steps of organic chemistry student safer, it has everything one should know both fundamental organic chemistry in organic chemistry functional.  


Ron Fry "101 Great Resumes"

Product Description "101 Great Resumes" is a necessary resource for anyone who needs tips on creating that eye-catching resume, or for anyone who simply needs a format to follow. This collection of resumes is designed to appeal to the widest audience possible, by covering the greatest range of formats, personal situations, and careers. And in a job market that "The New York Times" called the worst for college graduates in nearly a decade, one in which the job candidate is no longer calling the shots, people need all the help they can get!


Risk Strategies Dialling Up Optimum Firm Risk 2009

At a time when unacceptable risk taking is rightly condemned, how can organizations still benefit from the upside of risk? Can risk still be good? Written by an author who has managed risk, teaches about risk, but most importantly of all has researched the theory of risk, this book will help senior executives dial up the right level of risk within their organizations in order to enhance performance.
There are many risk management techniques that are known to work and risk management has logged many successes, but that doesn't mean managers understand why they work, how and why risks arise, and how organizations can be shaped strategically to optimize the benefits of well-judged business risks. Dr. Les Coleman argues that finance and management risk has been a theory-free zone, similar to medicine in the Middle Ages, when physicians were aware of surgical techniques and medicines that worked, but did not know why and were impotent in the face of systemic illness. Today risk managers face much the same situation: They know of techniques that work such as audits, controls and procedure guides. Nevertheless, they rarely anticipate, much less prevent, serious failures. They have no comprehensive knowledge framework for targeting optimum risk levels. This timely book fills some of that gap with an outline of the nature and sources of risk in firms. It sets out a body of risk knowledge to support its management, particularly at the corporate level, in much the same way that our understanding of human physiology and the physical sciences support modern medical and engineering techniques. The reader will learn, for example, how risk attitudes and outcomes flow through an organization and about creative techniques such as asset-liability management. In this area of corporate finance so critical for executives and directors, "Risk Strategies" will help responsible CFOs and other senior managers, together with teachers and students of management, extend their knowledge and risk management skills.


Business Plans Kit For Dummies 2005

When you’re establishing, expanding, or re-energizing a business, the best place to start is writing your business plan. Not only does writing out your idea force you to think more clearly about what you want to do, it will also give the people you work with a defined road map as well.
Business Plan Kit For Dummies, Second Edition is the perfect guide to lead you through the ins and outs of constructing a great business plan. This one-stop resource offers a painless, fun-and-easy way to create a winning plan that will help you lead your business to success. This updated guide has all the tools you’ll need to:
* Generate a great business idea
* Understand what your business will be up against
* Map out your strategic direction...


Living Vegetarian For Dummies, Second Edition 2009

Practical ways to explore and adapt a vegetarian lifestyle

Are you considering a vegetarian diet for yourself or your family? Wondering if it's safe and how you'll get the right amount of nutrients? This authoritative guide has all the answers you need about living vegetarian, featuring healthful advice as well as delicious dishes involving vegetables, fruits, grains, and dairy.

Inside you'll find expert advice on adopting a vegetarian lifestyle, from creating a vegetarian shopping list and understanding the nutritional aspects of vegetarian eating, to using the right cooking supplies to vegetarian etiquette, eating out, and converting a kitchen-and your family's mindset-away from meat. You'll discover how to make it work when you're the only member of the house who is vegetarian, as well as how to support a family member, including a child.

# Provides the latest information on vegetarian diets as they relate to health, the environment, and other areas of our lives
# Includes tips for gradually reducing your meat intake
# Explains the benefits of a vegetarian lifestyle
# Offers dozens of new recipes designed to ease the transition from omnivore to vegetarian

Whether you're a long-time vegetarian or just starting out, Living Vegetarian For Dummies, 2nd Edition is your guide to evaluating and enjoying a meat-free lifestyle.