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We invite all those interested in learning more about the ERS handbook to navigate their way through the website. Sample sections, table of contents and a list of the authors are available for your viewing. The exclusive opportunity to access additional resources and features within the website, and to ensure a comprehensive educational experience is offered to all those who have bought the first edition of the ERS Handbook of Respiratory Medicine. Within the textbook, 17 chapters provide compact, concise, easy-to-read guides on each of the key areas in respiratory medicine. The book is intended to serve as a reference, using the most up-to-date research and medical data to help those working in the field recognise symptoms, reach a diagnosis and deliver practical treatment recommendations.
For each section, authors include brief summaries, practical guidelines and key points following the HERMES syllabus, offering readers a comprehensive guide to respiratory medicine. Each section within the 17 chapters can be viewed in PDF version. The table of contents is also available for download here.
The book is divided into 18 overarching modules covering the whole field.
Molecular Biology of the LungM. Königshoff & O. Eickelberg
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