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Illustrative Video Manual Of Echocardiography For Beginners

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This is the second part of the Illustrative Video Manual of Echocardiography for Beginners: A Step by Step Approach, an extensive visual guide to the fundamental techniques and recent advances in echocardiography. This guide is divided into five parts: left ventricular systolic functions; left ventricular diastolic functions; cardiomyopathy; pericardial disease; cardiac masses. These topics are covered by three DVDs containing over four and a half hours of video. The manual provides guidance on anatomy, and haemodynamic information such as chamber pressures, pressure gradients, valve orifice area and ventricular function. Selected case studies are enhanced by ninety high quality colour images. Illustrative Video Manual of Echocardiography for Beginners: A Step by Step Approach, Part 2 is a valuable quick reference resource for all radiologists and cardiologists. Key Points * Extensive visual guide to the fundamental techniques and recent advances in echocardiography * Over four and a half hours of video on three DVDs *90 high quality colour images


Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual, Cat Version

RRP $426.99

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NOTE: You are purchasing a standalone product; MasteringA&P does not come packaged with this content. If you would like to purchase both the physical text and MasteringA&P search for ISBN-10:0321980875 /ISBN-13: 9780321980878 . That package includes ISBN-10:0321971353/ISBN-13: 9780321971357 and ISBN-10: 0133999300/ISBN-13: 9780133999303.

For the two-semester A&P laboratory course.

All instructor resources for this title are available in the Instructor Resources section on the MasteringA&P site.

Helping millions of future healthcare professionals prepare for lab and practice lab concepts.

Revered for its thorough, clearly written exercises and explanations,Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual has provided millions of future healthcare professionals with a complete hands-on laboratory and learning experience. The fully revised Twelfth Edition provides a more active, workbook-style approach that incorporates visual summaries, streamlines information, and engages students with hands-on drawing and review activities. New features include assignable Pre-lab Videos that introduce students to the lab and related equipment, and "Why this Matters," which shows the relevance of lab activities to real-life and clinical examples. This edition is fully integrated with MasteringA&P, offering assignable visual media and activities that promote active learning and engage students.

For the first time, the lab manual is publishing alongside Marieb/Hoehn's best-sellingHuman Anatomy & Physiology . Designed to meet the needs of the 2-semester A&P laboratory course, the manual can be used with any A&P textbook and is available in a customized edition, as well as in three conventional versions: Main (Eleventh Edition), Cat (Twelfth Edition), and Fetal Pig (Twelfth Edition).

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This title is also available with MasteringA&P - an online homework, tutorial, and assessment program designed to work with this text to
engage students and improve results. Within its structured environment, students practice what they learn, test their understanding, and
pursue a personalized study plan that helps them better absorb course material and understand difficult concepts. Students, if interested in purchasing this title with MasteringA&P, ask your instructor for the correct package ISBN and Course ID. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information.


Herrmann's Wizard Manual

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From the introductory: FIRST WORDS ON MAGIC.
Magic naturally separates into two divisions: One, as performed by pure sleight-of-hand with ordinary objects; and the other, which depends upon apparatus or mechanical appliances; and these are called respectively Drawing-room, and Grand or Stage Magic. The former is made up of feats depending upon manual dexterity, chemical combinations, and arithmetical problems. Grand magic, likewise, consists of manual manipulation, and, in addition, mechanical appliances, and optical illusions. Cards, of course, play an important part in both branches.
We recommend the following rules to the student:
First. - Never tell your audience beforehand what you are going to do. If you do so, you at once give their vigilance the direction which it is most necessary to avoid, and increase tenfold the chances of detection.
Second. - The same trick must not be performed twice during the same evening, or before the same audience. The reason for this is apparent from the first rule, above. There are generally two ways of bringing about the same or a similar result, and in the event of your feeling constrained to respond to an encore, you must perform it in a different manner.
Third. - Vary your tricks, for this reason: If you are continually doing those depending upon the dexterity of the fingers, your audience will become accustomed to their movements; therefore, perform in succession tricks of sleigh t-of -hand, tricks with apparatus, and tricks in "white magic" so as to confuse the too inquisitive spectator, and yet retain his attention.
Fourth. - Endeavor to divert the attention of the audience as much as possible from your movements, and lead them to believe that you perform the trick by a different method to that actually employed.
Fifth. - Accustom yourself to use the eyes and the hands independently of each other; remember that the audience are observing your actions, and their attention is frequently taken from your hands, with which you wish to make a certain manipulation, to follow the directions of a glance thrown over your shoulder or elsewhere.
Sixth. - Never act the buffoon, nor pass ungentlemanly personalities; by such you only make yourself ridiculous, and gain the ill-will of some present. It will frequently happen that a magician's audience will contain some clever busybody who knows how such-and-such a trick is done, and informs his neighbors of the fact. Should such a person come under your notice during an entertainment, you can easily find an opportunity of bringing him to account, and making him the laughing-stock of the hall, without being actually rude....


Socks A La Carte Colorwork

RRP $53.99

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Cheer up your socks with colors galore!

Socks a la CarteColorwork adds color into the design-your-own mix by introducing stranded, slipped-stitch and striped designs for your knitted socks. JoinJonelle Raffino and Katherine Cade as they guide you through a variety of colorwork techniques, from basic stripes and slipped-stitch patterns to Fair Isle, miters and more. Mosaic tile patterns, purled and striped ridges and pirate skull borders are some of the fantastic designs you'll findall of which can be mixed and matched using the flip pages!

Inside Socks a la Carte Colorwork, you'll find:

  • 20 cuff patterns, 20 body patterns, 7 heel patterns and 7 toe patterns. These patterns can be mixed and matched using the flip pages to create literally thousands of different socks.
  • Techniques and tips specifically geared for knitting colorwork socks. Learn how to manage your gauge, obtain the perfect fit, and keep the colorwork design from puckering.
  • A gallery of socks that will show you some of the many possible cuff, body and foot combinations.

Explore colorwork possibilities for socks with Socks a la Carte Colorwork!


A Manual Of Mendelism

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PROF. WILSON has prepared an exposition of Mendelism which will be of special interest to stock-breeders and serious students of agriculture. It is a model of clearness and directness, and bears the marks of the teacher as well as of the investigator. After explaining Mendel's experiments, his rule and his theory, the author passes to a discussion of various disturbing causes which account for abnormal distributions of characters. Thus there are cases in which the effects of the individual factors cannot be identified separately; cases of the suppression of the effect of one factor by that of another; cases of incomplete or absent dominance; cases where a factor is believed to combine indifferently with more than one other; cases where two or more factors seem to be linked together so that they are handed on from generation to generation as one; and cases in which two different factors produce a similar effect.
These are some of the reasons for results which are not typically Mendelian, and they might have been added to. Thus it has been convincingly shown by Morgan and others that environmental and developmental influences may have a profound effect on the outcome of Mendelian factor-differences. Prof. Wilson goes on to illustrate the improvements which have rewarded careful experimentation, e.g. as regards yield of wheat and of milk. That Mendelian formulae can be used towards an increased production of material wealth has been proved by the results of workers like Nilsson-Ehle and Pearl, and these are but indications of what might be achieved. The average yield of wheat in Britain is about 32 bushels to the acre; it might be raised to 40 or even 50 bushels. "For every day by which the life of a variety of wheat is shortened between seed-time and harvest, the wheat-growing area in Canada reaches fifty or sixty miles farther northwards."
The work done in Denmark shows how the wealth of Britain, so far as it proceeds from dairy cattle, might be very nearly doubled. Those who wish to know how such exceedingly desirable results can be attained will be well advised if they study a book like Prof. Wilson's. It will show them how they may act with circumspection and foresight. The book would have been the better for pictures and its terse style is perhaps a trifle severe, but it is a book for the times, competently and carefully executed, which those whom it especially concerns should run to read.
- Nature, Volume 98 [1917]



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