This established entry-level hematology text enters its Fourth Edition with even more of the focused coverage and learning tools that have made it so successful. Well-illustrated and reader-friendly, the book features extensive study and review tools, including learning objectives, case studies, procedure boxes, and review questions. The fully updated Fourth Edition includes new material on safety issues, transplants, sickle cell anemia, and genetic diagnostics. New chapters address flow cytometry, cytochemistry, and hemostasis and coagulation. Chapter summaries have been boxed for rapid reference, and this edition includes an expanded 16-page color insert. (Midwest).To compute the variance, the squares of each deviation are used. The formula for computing a population variance is as follows: or * = X(Xa p.)a N where or = the variance X = the observation pu = the mean N = finite population size Standardanbsp;...
|Author||:||Mary Louise Turgeon|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2005|