THE BOY'S BOOK OF MEDICAL SCIENCE by L. R. Celestin

THE BOY'S BOOK OF MEDICAL SCIENCE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Among the enormous variety of aspects for emphasis in this field, this author has chosen vital inventions that have been instrumental in revolutionizing medical science. The functions of X-Rays and X-Ray machines, the heart-lung machine, artificial body parts, scintillation counter sterilization and surgical implements, and a number of drugs currently in use, are described with a host of accompanying photographs and diagrams. The straightforward factual style is geared for those with special interest in medicine and science. Printed in Britain, minor differences appear in American and British methods.

Pub Date: Feb. 6th, 1961
Publisher: Roy