Medical Statistics at a Glance

January 7, 2008

by: Aviva Petrie 
ASIN / ISBN-10: 0632050756
http://rapidshare.com/files/49749218/t02828.rar

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Introduction to Medical Terminology

January 7, 2008

by: Ann Ehrlich Carol L Schroeder 
ASIN / ISBN-10: 140181137X
http://rapidshare.de/files/20915767/Introduction_To_Medical_Terminology.part1.rar

http://rapidshare.de/files/20970693/Introduction_To_Medical_Terminology.part2.rar

Medical Secrets, 4/e 2004

January 7, 2008

by: Anthony J. Zollo 
ASIN / ISBN-10: 1560533870
http://rapidshare.com/files/37362575/Medical_Secrets.rar

Clinical Problems in General Medicine and Surgery

January 7, 2008

by: Peter Devitt Juliet Barker Jon Mitchell Christian Hamilton-Craig 
ASIN / ISBN-10: 0443073236
http://rapidshare.com/files/69747334/ClinProbGenMedSurg.by.talented.rar

General Practice, 3rd edition

January 7, 2008

by: John Murtagh 
ASIN / ISBN-10: 0074711776
http://rapidshare.com/files/402735/GPJMPdf.rar

Medical English

January 7, 2008

by: Ramon Ribes Pablo R. Ros 
ASIN / ISBN-10: 3540254285
http://rapidshare.com/files/24499543/3540254285-Medical.English.rar

Local Anaesthesia for Minor Surgery Procedures

January 7, 2008

by: Medical Skills Trainee Ltd. 
ASIN / ISBN-10: 
http://rapidshare.com/files/44602472/anaesthesia_for_minor_surgery.rar

Inside the Cell

January 7, 2008

by: The National Institute of General Medical Sciences 
ASIN / ISBN-10: 
http://rapidshare.com/files/64563005/inside_the_cell.pdf

Safe Medical Devices for Children

January 7, 2008

by: Committee on Postmarket Surveillance of Pediatric Medical Devices 
ASIN / ISBN-10: 0309096316
http://rapidshare.com/files/67644788/Safe_Medical_Devices_for_Children_0309096316.rar

Can Transamin be used in patients with DIC?

January 7, 2008

As a rule, the use of Transamin in patients with DIC is contraindicated. From a practical standpoint, however, it is not rare that secondary fibrinolysis occurs as an excessive response, which worsens bleeding or can even endanger patient’s life. To save patients from the life-threating situation caused by bleeding, there may be no choice but to use an antiplasminic agent.

In this case, Transamin is used until bleeding stops, and administration is discontinued as soon as possible after bleeding has stopped. This will minimize tissue damage in the kidney and other organs resulting from intravascular coagulation.