Pharmacology: An Illustrated Review (Thieme Illustrated Reviews)
The perfect study tool for preparing for your courses or examinations – Pharmacology – An Illustrated Review’s focused presentation and full-color illustrations makes learning the complex information essential to success easier. Sidebars make connections to underlying concepts in other basic sciences or apply the concepts presented in the clinical setting. Features: * Succinct bullet-point text streamlines studying * Hundreds of full-color illustrations reinforce clear explanatory text* Numerous tables sum up crucial information for quick review * Frequent sidebars build on and integrate learning across the basic sciences and apply this learning to the clinical setting *200 review questions with a rationale for why answers are right or wrong test mastery and help you prepare for exams * An additional 200 review questions, all available online allow you to test yourself and get immediate feedback, quickly identifying areas for further study
Manufacturing of Pharmaceutical Proteins: From Technology to Economy (2nd edition)
Structured like a textbook, the second edition of this reference covers all aspects of biopharmaceutical manufacturing, including legal and regulatory issues, production facility design, and quality assurance, with a focus on supply chain management and regulations in emerging markets and cost control. The author has longstanding industrial expertise in biopharmaceutical production and years of experience teaching at universities. As such, this practical book is ideal for use in academia as well as for internal training within companies.
Syed Imtiaz Haider, Erfan Syed Asif
Quality Operations Procedures for Pharmaceutical, API, and Biotechnology
To stay in compliance with regulations, pharmaceutical, medical, and biotech companies must create qualtiy SOPs that build in the regulatory requirements into actions and describe personal flow, internal flow, flow of information, and processing steps. Quality Operations Procedures for Pharmaceutical, API, and Biotechnology and the accompanying CD-ROM take into account all major international regulations, such as FDA, EU GMP, cGMP, GLP, PDA technical monographs, PDA technical reports, PMA concepts, journals of PDA, GCP, and industry standard ISO 9000, to be in compliance with documentation guidelines. No other resource deals exclusively with the key elements of quality control and quality assurance procedures for pharmaceutical operations and provides hands-on templates to be tailored to achieve global regulatory compliance.
Rolf R. Hainich
Displays: Fundamentals and Applications
In the last decade, new displays have been developed at an ever-increasing pace: bulky cathode ray tubes have been replaced by flat panels and mobile phones, tablets, and navigation systems have proliferated. Seeing this explosion raises tantalizing questions about the future evolution of visual displays: Will printed displays be sold by the square yard and glued to the wall? Will disposable displays, powered by printed batteries and with built-in storage chips, talk to us from cereal boxes? Will we begin wearing display glasses that simulate any kind or number of virtual displays we would ever need? Will chip implants directly interface to our brains, eliminating the need for any displays at all? These and other questions are explored in Displays: Fundamentals & Applications, which describes existing and emerging display technology. The book begins by presenting the basics of wave optics, geometric optics, light modulation, visual perception, and display measures, along with the principles of holography. It then describes the technology and techniques behind projection displays, projector-camera systems, stereoscopic and autostereoscopic displays, computer-generated holography, and near-eye displays. In addition, the authors discuss how real-time computer graphics and computer vision enable the visualization of graphical 2D and 3D content. The text is complemented by more than 400 rich illustrations, which give readers a clear understanding of existing and emerging display technology.
Kevin Gatter, Georges Delsol, Roger Warnke
The Diagnosis of Lymphoproliferative Diseases (2nd edition)
This highly illustrated, diagnostic guidebook provides a single comprehensive source of essential information to enable non–specialists to diagnose lymph node and related diseases with confidence. The text is didactic and practical, covering reactive as well as malignant conditions. Diagnosis of Lymphoproliferative Diseases approaches the disorders based on the WHO classification and is edited by members of the WHO panel for the classification of lymphomas. This second edition contains over 1000 high quality, digitised colour images and tables of essential criteria for each diagnosis. New features include: Full discussion of immunostaining, the core of modern diagnosis Variant forms and technical issues This authoritative guide is an essential reference for haematologists, haematopathologists, general pathologists, diagnostic histopathologists and oncologists.