Data Handling and Analysis - Fundamentals of Biomedical Science by Andrew Blann
Biomedical scientists are the basis of modern health care, from screening cancer to diagnosing HIV, and from blood transfusion to food poisoning and infection control. Without biomedical scientists, the diagnosis…
Data Handling and Analysis synopsis
Biomedical scientists are the basis of modern health care, from screening cancer to diagnosing HIV, and from blood transfusion to food poisoning and infection control. Without biomedical scientists, the diagnosis of the disease, evaluation of the effectiveness of treatment, research into the causes and treatment of the disease will not be possible.
The BiomedicalSciences Essentials Series is written to reflect the challenges of practicing biomedicalsciences today. Combines basic basic science with insight into laboratory practice to show how the biology of the disease is combined with analytical approaches that lead to diagnosis.
Series - Understanding the complex roles of biomedical scientists in modern medicine practice - Understanding the development needs of employers and professions - Addressing the need to understand a set of basic sciences in the context of biomedicine - Develops biomedical theoretical aspects in science in its practical context The course was developed in partnership with the Institute of BiomedicalSciences And supported it. Visit www.ibms.org for more information.
Data processing and analysis provide a broad review of quantitative skills required to be an effective biomedical marker. Stretching the process of data collection, presentation and analysis - and based on related examples throughout - data processing and analysis are the perfect introduction to this subject for any student in biomedicalsciences.
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