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Practical Chemical Analysis of Blood: a Book designed as a Brief Survey of this Subject for Physicians and Laboratory Wrkers

Nature volume 114, page 85 (19 July 1924) | Download Citation



THE second edition of this book contains alterations and additions necessary to consider advances made in the subject during the last two years. An additional separate chapter gives the methods of blood analysis followed by Folin and Wu, and Benedict's new method of uric acid estimation is described. This edition also contains descriptions of the estimations of haemoglobin, oxygen, calcium, inorganic phosphates, and acetone bodies, and a chapter on quantitative micro-methods of urine analysis. Numerous references to original articles, and appendices on colorimeters and standard solutions, perfect a valuable book on a subject of rapidly growing importance.

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