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    Clinical Microbiology Procedures Handbook (2004) - Updated (2007)
    by Henry D. Isenberg

    # CD-ROM: 2298 pages
    # Publisher: --
    # Edition: 2 edition (Jun 28 2004), updated 2007.
    # Language: English
    # ISBN-10: 1555812902
    # ISBN-13: 978-1555812904


    Provides in a unique 2-volume handbook nearly 2,500 pages of comprehensive, up-to-date, detailed procedural information designed for step-by-step bench-level use in any clinical laboratory performing microbiological and immunological procedures. Includes over 300 procedures, 350 tables, 170 figures, 120 worksheets, and 70 flow charts. Serves as the cornerstone for successful microbiological analysis of clinical specimens. EXTRA Bonus! A 32-page Guide to Regulatory Requirements (GRR) will guide CMPH users through the ins and outs of regulations governing clinical laboratories. The GRR contains specific page references to CMPH and will help direct you to meet the regulatory demands facing your clinical laboratory.

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