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Dictionary of the Assyrian Language
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Alexander J. Oraham was born in Urmia in 1898. He came to the United States in 1913 to pursue a medical education and received a doctorate in Microbiology in 1925. In 1941 he started a printing... More > business called the Consolidated Press or the Assyrian Press of America. His most well known work is the Assyrian-English dictionary which he compiled and printed with the help of his wife Almas who set the Assyrian type. Unfortunately two other promised dictionaries (an English-Assyrian and an Assyrian only) never appeared. Apart from the dictionary, Alexander only published a few other small items; two of which are included in this volume. Alexander was one of the last Assyrian printers in the United States to print in Assyrian with movable type and despite several efforts by others over the years; his dictionary remains the standard Assyrian-English dictionary.< Less
ANNE SWIFT The Collected Medical Mysteries (HB)
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Anne Swift has been a secret scientist for the FBI since her son, Tom, was six. We all know he grew up to be the famous young inventor, but until some of her adventures were declassified and allowed... More > to be made public, nearly everyone Anne knew—including her husband—believed she was just a housemaker and wife. But, with the educational background she had and her triple degrees in Biology, Microbiology and Molecular Biology—the first woman ever to achieve that distinction—it was only a matter of time before either she went looking for work in her field, or it came to find her! Her backstory may be found in the biographical novel, "ANNE SWIFT: Making the Molecular Biological Detective." This is a collection of the 9 previously published novellas detailing 8 of Annes adventures plus a reprint of the in depth interview she gave on retiring (the first time), the excerpted medical adventure from her biography, plus a never before published short story written just for this book.< Less
Autosomal Dna for the Genealogist
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Autosomal DNA is being touted as one of the hottest genealogy tools available, but it leaves many with more questions than answers. Turn to this quick guide for answers to these common questions: -... More > What exactly is autosomal DNA testing? - Who can be tested? - What testing companies provide this testing? - What will the results tell me? - What are the maps with all of the ethnicity percentages? - What do those maps have to do with my genealogy? - How do I organize my DNA matches to make the most of the testing? - Use this guide to gain knowledge and confidence in this exciting field of research. Diahan Southard has a background in microbiology with a talent for clear and concise explanations of complicated topics. She has been translating genetics into genealogy for 14 years and currently acts as Your DNA Guide, providing personalized consultation experiences to help genealogists use DNA testing in their genealogy. 4 page guide packed with how-to information and easy to understand graphics.< Less
From GED to PhD: The Autobiography of Dr. Bon Blossman
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Dr. Bon Blossman was an average American child from an affluent family in Westover Hills, Texas. As she entered high school, Bon’s experimentation with cigarettes, drugs and alcohol morphed... More > her from an honor student to a class clown. At the end of ninth grade, she relocated to a town that didn't welcome her. Bon's lifelong struggles with a dangerous eating disorder commenced when long time friendships were lost and high school bullies made her life a living hell. After living in a German village for a year, Bon dropped out of high school as a pregnant teenager. As a single parent, Dr. Bon Blossman turned around her academic failures and entered the arduous journey of what ended up being ten years of higher education. With multiple honors along the way, she eventually earned a Bachelor of Science in pre-medicine, a Master's degree in Microbiology and a PhD in physiology with a 4.0 GPA where her dissertation research was noted as a landmark project in metabolic allometry.< Less
OET English for Healthcare Professionals Book 2 Microorganisms
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Medical Terms: Types of Cells 3 Medical Terms: Micro-organisms 5 People who work in Microbiology 7 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 9 Types of PPE 10 Activity 7: Complete the sentences. 11 Medical... More > Equipment: Containers 12 Medical Procedures: Taking a Temperature 14 Medical Terms: Measuring Temperature 15 Measuring Temperature 16 Taking a Patient’s Temperature 18 Dialogue: Taking a Temperature 18 Procedures: Giving an IV Antibiotic 20 Equipment used to Prepare IV Antibiotics 21 Giving an IV Antibiotic 22 Dialogue: Checking an IV Antibiotic 23 Tests and Medical Procedures: Wound Swabs 26 MRSA Screening 26 Infection Control Pre-Assessment Questionnaire 36 Dialogue: C.Diff 39 Avoiding HCAIs 40 Healthcare-associated Infection and Hand Hygiene 41 The Isolation Room 46 VIPS 49 Colorectal Inpatient Stay Pathway 51 Answers 57< Less
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