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by Margaret Schell Frazier RN CMA BS,Jeanette Drzymkowski RN BS

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Author: Margaret Schell Frazier RN CMA BS,Jeanette Drzymkowski RN BS
ISBN: 1437724086
Language: English
Pages: 936 pages
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Publisher: Saunders; 5 edition (February 20, 2012)
Rating: 4.3
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by Margaret Schell Frazier RN CMA BS (Author), Jeanette Drzymkowski RN BS (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1437724080. It did not really cover pathophysiology and did not follow the traditional body systems taught in anatomy and physiology that was the prerequisite for this course. I was so frustrated that I dropped out of the program even though I had a 95% average.

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Find nearly any book by Margaret Schell Frazier RN CMA BS. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Essentials of Human Diseases and Conditions - Text and Workbook Package. by Margaret Schell Frazier RN CMA BS, Jeanette Drzymkowski RN BS. ISBN 9781437724103 (978-1-4377-2410-3) Softcover, Saunders, 2012.

by Margaret Schell Frazier (Author), Jeanette Drzymkowski (Author). The workbook is a good study guide for pathophysiology and a good accompaniment to the main book that is required for the course. If you complete the activities in the workbook and study those, in addition to reading each chapter in the book, you should be able to pass your tests.

Essentials of Human Diseases and Conditions. by Jeanette Drzymkowski and Margaret Schell Frazier. Human Disease and Conditions Book. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. The book was in a good condition and matched with its description

Essentials of Human Diseases and Conditions. The book was in a good condition and matched with its description. Bought it for school. com User, 12 years ago. This book is great to me but my teacher says it's missing alot of information. However it is easy to read, and comprehend. A good book not for beginners, not for pros. com User, 19 years ago.

Prepare for the changing healthcare field with current disease pathology information and ICD-10-CM codes for more than 500 commonly encountered conditions with Essentials of Human Diseases and Conditions, 5th Edition. Consistently organized and easy to read, this portable, practical reference provides the comprehensive disease information you need to successfully perform common clinical and administrative medical assisting responsibilities you'll encounter in the physician's office, including telephone screening, taking patient examinations, understanding diagnostic and treatment procedures, assembling patient education programs, and more.

Enrichment boxes relate disease information to everyday practice.

ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM codes included for each disease entry provide valuable practice looking up codes and illustrate differences between the two code sets.

Current information on the most commonly encountered clinical disorders is presented in small segments for easier understanding.

Full-color illustrations clarify difficult concepts.

Consistent coverage for all diseases walks you through each step of patient care and treatment, including:

Description

Symptoms and Signs

Patient Screening UNIQUE!

Etiology

Diagnosis

Treatment

Prognosis

Prevention

Patient Teaching

Pharmacology appendix details drug names, therapeutic objectives, side effects, and general comments for commonly prescribed drugs.

Alerts highlight safety precautions for physician-based practice.

Review Challenges reinforce content and reveal areas requiring additional study.

Real-life Challenges test your ability to apply chapter content to real-world cases.

Internet activities on the companion Evolve site broaden your understanding and direct you to additional information available online. NEW! H1N1 influenza coverage alerts you to related dangers you may encounter on the job. NEW! ICD-10-CM codes for each disease prepare you for the October 2013 implementation of the new code set.

NEW! Icons direct you to corresponding learning exercises and additional information on the companion Evolve site.

Comments (7)
Helo
This book couldn't decide whether to be text book or a reference book. The lay out was confusing. I also found that there are factual errors in this book. They claim psoriasis is fungal which is plain wrong it is an Autoimmune disorder. It also refers to hyper-kyphosis and hyper- lordosis as just lordosis and kyphosis. Everyone has a kyphosis and lordodic curve! With these two obvious errors it makes me question the accuracy of the rest of the book. This book is neither a well laid out text book or a trustworthy reference book!
Wenes
This was for my diseases class - course textbook. I found it to be a helpful introduction to diseases with adequate information to get a knowledge a bit beyond beginner in some places. When working with the chemistry of the kidneys and various glands, they went into more detail. It's an excellent book to educate the reader and either whet the appetite for more or rule out studying in this direction for the future. That's a good thing.

It got 4 stars because there were a few items that were wrong, and I expect this to be better edited so everything is factually perfect. These were rare, though.
Mavivasa
I am an RN taking medical coding classes and was very disappointed in this book as it was geared toward medical assistants primarily and was obviously slanted toward working in an outdated family practice office. This book had no references toward standards of care and was outdated even though it was the new edition. It did not really cover pathophysiology and did not follow the traditional body systems taught in anatomy and physiology that was the prerequisite for this course. I was so frustrated that I dropped out of the program even though I had a 95% average.
Shliffiana
This workbook stinks. There is not rhyme or reason to the questions. You have to flip back and forth in the chapter to answer the questions with this workbook. It took hours to complete my workbook assignments. I was happy to be able to rent the textbook to this workbook. The book is horrible. Pages are thin, print is small and I pity anyone that has this text for Pathology. I got an A in the class; but I worked and earned it.
Kanal
I’m not sure how many starts are appropriate for a book that I was forced to buy . Thanks college .
Gandree
This book is by no means a traditional textbook. The layout of the majority of the chapters includes a brief summary of basic terms related to the chapter subject and then the rest of the chapter is a listing of diseases, codes, and etc. It is a lot of information and is not much of a "read". However, it does a great job of describing diseases and conditions.
Уou ll never walk alone
Book looks in good condition. Written and highlighted which is okay. They only thing that i didnt like and only giving 3 stars is because it smells like medicine. It doesn't smell much as the first time i got it. But everytime i open it it smells. Overall, good condition. I only hate the smell.
I only received the textbook portion of this, only to be told by amazon that the workbook, which is a totally separate book is not a guarantee. So why am I paying $20 more for a combo package when half of the package isn't even a guarantee.