To interpret the laboratory results. To distinguish the normal from the abnormal and to understand the merits and demerits of the assays under study. The book attempts to train a laboratory medicine student to achieve sound knowledge of analytical methods and quality control practices, to interpret the laboratory results, to distinguish the normal from the abnormal and to understand the merits and demerits of the assays under study.
Little Henry s records of his life time by the author of Pleasant pages Old 1851
This is the story of a 14 year old boy during the last month of World War II. It is the story of a flight from the invading Russian Army that started in a small town in the former Free State of Danzig and ended in a small village near Hanover. A flight that began by horse drawn wagon trying to cross the Weichsel river to out-run the Russian steamroller. After ten days on the road filled with refugees from the eastern parts of Germany, a rail road station was reached and the journey continued by train. Stops were made on the way until the Russian army again was in striking distance and a new journey began. In a small village in the Province of Schleswig-Holstein news of the German capitulation was received. One more trip was required to join part of the family. Once they arrived at their final destination a nine month odyssey was over. The family was partially united again.