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Describes the anatomy and physiology of thrombocytes and their importance in blood coagulation. Normal and abnormal platelet values are examined in conjunction with relevant nursing care. Special consideration is given to the dangerous iatrogenic condition of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia. This program is informative and visually interesting, engaging the viewer with beautiful illustrations, microscopic slides, electron photomicrographs, and authentic clinical settings.
Program Associated With: Understanding the Complete Blood Count Series
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