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Adkinson: Middleton's Allergy, 7th ed.; 2014. --- ClinicalKey
Management Handbook 2006
Not a textbook, rather a guide for the practicing clinician and pharmacist
to assist in the management of people with asthma. Adobe
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Barnes: Asthma and COPD Basic Mechanisms and Clinical Management, 2nd ed.; 2008. --- ClinicalKey
Castro & Kraft: Clinical Asthma, 1st ed.; 2008. --- ClinicalKey
of Clinical Immunology / Andy C.
Reese and William K. Dolen.
The Medical College of Georgia provides a comprehensive, but manageable, update
on the general field incorporating animations and links to related material via
for the Diagnosis and Management of Asthma
/ prepared by the National Institutes of Health,
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI);
Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Food Allergy in the United States: Report of the NIAID-Sponsored Expert Panel; 2010.
Developed over a two year period, these 2010 guidelines can be viewed as a PDF.
Safety Review: Influenza Vaccines and Neurological Complications
/ Kathleen Stratton, Donna A. Alamario, Theresa Wizemann, and Marie C.
McCormick, editors; Immunization Safety Review Committee, National Academy
This publication explores the theoretical hypothesis that influenza vaccines
increase the risk for neurological problems.
Safety Review: Multiple Immunizations and Immune Dysfunction
/ Kathleen Stratton, Christopher B. Wilson and Marie C. McCormick, editors;
National Academy Press, c2002.
By the age of two, healthy infants in the United States may have received 20
vaccinations to protect against 11 diseases. This publication explores the
theory and the hypothesis that multiple immunizations increase the risk for
: The Immune System in Health and Disease
/ Charles A. Janeway, Jr. ... [et al.].-- 5th ed. 2001.
The main focus of this book is on the diverse mechanisms of adaptive immunity,
whereby specialized classes of lymphocytes recognize and target pathogenic
microorganisms or the cells infected with them. To view the content of this
book, initiate a search query using the Search box found next to the Table of
and Immunology On-line
Page Last Updated: February 5, 2015
From the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of South
Carolina School of Medicine provides this online textbook with illustrations.
Each of the chapter's contents can be searched by
or simply choose a chapter and format from which to view them. Your choices are
either the Adobe Acrobat format or as a PowerPoint presentation.