Managing the Allergic Patient

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Managing the Allergic Patient
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Publisher : Elsevier Health Sciences
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ISBN : 9781416036777
Pages : 386 pages
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Managing the Allergic Patient

This new reference provides up-to-date, disease-specific diagnostic and treatment protocols in a new, full-color, heavily illustrated reference. Provides quick access to key anatomy, tests, and management protocols in the clinical setting. Allows the user to compare common presentations and quickly reference the latest in diagnosis and treatment options with over 300

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