Making a Splash
The breadth is excellent, and this book includes innovative
teaching tools not available in other texts.
Lake Washington Technical College
The writing style is great. It is light, easy to read and
understand. –Karin Sherrill,
Mesa Community College
I LOVE integrating the word building into each chapter.
I think it will make the word building much more relevant
to students. –Tricia Berry,
I have students ranging in age from 18 to 50s. It would be
hard to find a writing style to fit them all, but I feel this book
would do the job. –Judy Anderson,
Coastal Carolina Community College
The illustrations and photos are awesome. –Cynthia Thompson,
Alamance Community College
The author takes the medical terminology textbook up
another level. –James Hudacek,
Lorain County Community College
It is geared to the whole person rather than just a clinical
approach to anatomy and physiology. It’s the “rest of the
story” that adds the interest and gives depth.
–Juanita R. Bryant,
Cabrillo College and Sierra College
Excellent book. –Paula Hagstrom,
Ferris State University
The wide diversity of subjects in the photos, and the
excellent diversity of artwork was way beyond my
expectations. Most books do not use enough visuals to
break up the written word, but I think this text is generous
in the use of color and visuals. –Susan Buboltz ,
Madison Area Technical College
Exactly what we were looking for.
–Ruth Ann O’Brien,
Miami Jacobs Career College
Love this text!…it is easier to read than standard medical
terminology texts…The illustrations are REAL and varied
…There are too many great features to list.
Henry Ford Community College
The quality and quantity of illustrations are OUTSTANDING!!!
–Ralph Michael Cochran,
Southwest Virginia Community College
Undoubtedly, this IS one of the BEST medical terminology
books I have seen. It goes beyond the scope and
concept of any other medical terminology book I have
seen in 10 years.
National College ofBusiness & Technology
You truly have taken into account what is important to the
learner in today’s society.
|auteur:||Turley, Susan M.|
|Uitgever:||Pearson Education (us)|
|Plaats van publicatie:||01|
|NUR:||Medische handboeken (professioneel)|
|Afmetingen:||276 x 216 x 36|
Susan M. Turley, MA (Educ), BSN, RN, RHIT, CMT, is an adjunct professor in the School of Health Professions, Wellness, and Physical Education at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, Maryland, where she teaches medical terminology and medical transcription courses. In the past, she was instrumental in gaining accreditation for the college’s medical assisting program and has also taught courses in pharmacology, pathophysiology, and medical office procedures. She is also a medical editor and author for Health Professions Institute in Modesto, California, and a curriculum consultant for The Andrews School for Medical Transcription and Medical Coding in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
As a healthcare professional, Susan has worked in a variety of healthcare settings over the past 30 years: acute care, long-term care, physicians’ offices, and managed care. She has held positions as an intensive care nurse, plasmapheresis nurse, infection control officer, medical transcriptionist, medical grant writer, manager of the Medic Alert national difficult airway database, medical record coder, director of education, and director of quality management and corporate compliance.
Susan is the author of the Understanding Pharmacology for Health Professionals, (Prentice Hall) and of more than 40 articles published in medical transcription and health information management journals. She is a co-developer of The SUM Medical Transcription Training Program and reference books for Health Professions Institute. With a physician co-author, she has written two nationally funded grants and a chapter in a physician’s anesthesiology textbook.
She has been a guest speaker at national seminars for accreditation of utilization management programs, medical transcription teacher training, and health information management certification exam review.
Susan holds a Master of Arts degree in adult education from Norwich University in Vermont, a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Pennsylvania State University, state licensure as an RN, as well as national certification in medical transcription from the American Association for Medical Transcription (AAMT) and national certification in health information management from the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
Brief Table of Contents
I INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL LANGUAGE
CHAPTER 1 The Structure of Medical Language
CHAPTER 2 The Body in Health and Disease
II MEDICAL SPECIALTIES AND BODY SYSTEMS
CHAPTER 3 GASTROENTEROLOGY - Gastrointestinal System
CHAPTER 4 PULMONOLOGY - Respiratory System
CHAPTER 5 CARDIOLOGY - Cardiovascular System
CHAPTER 6 HEMATOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY - Blood and Lymphatic System
CHAPTER 7 DERMATOLOGY - Integumentary System
CHAPTER 8 ORTHOPEDICS - Skeletal System
CHAPTER 9 ORTHOPEDICS - Muscular System
CHAPTER 10 NEUROLOGY - Nervous System
CHAPTER 11 UROLOGY - Urinary System
CHAPTER 12 MALE REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE - Male Genitourinary System
CHAPTER 13 GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS - Female Reproductive System
CHAPTER 14 ENDOCRINOLOGY - Endocrine System
CHAPTER 15 OPHTHALMOLOGY - Eye
CHAPTER 16 OTOLARYNGOLOGY - Ears, Nose, and Throat
III OTHER MEDICAL SPECIALTIES
CHAPTER 17 Psychiatry
CHAPTER 18 Oncology
CHAPTER 19 Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
CHAPTER 20 Dentistry (online chapter)
CHAPTER 21 Dietetics (online chapter)
APPENDIX A Glossary of Medical Word Parts: Combining Forms, Prefixes, and Suffixes
APPENDIX B Abbreviations Glossary