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  • Carolan Sherman, Mary Chmielewski.
    Medical terminology
    Pharmacology and anesthesia
    Blood values
    Aseptic technique
    Sterilization and disinfection
    Operating room environment
    Transportation and positioning
    Medical, ethical, and legal responsibilities
    Diagnostic procedures
    Skin preparation and draping
    Sutures, stapling devices, and drains
    Wound healing and dressings
    General surgery
    Obstetrics and gynecology
    Plastic and reconstructive surgery
    Biomedical science (Electricity, hemostasis, lasers, and computers)
    Occupational hazards/fire safety
    Endoscopy, minimally invasive surgery, and robotics.
  • editor, Michael Laposata, MD, PhD, [edition] editors, Michael Weitz and Peter J. Boyle.
    Summary: "The acclaimed full-color guide to selecting the correct laboratory test and interpreting the results covering ALL of clinical pathology Laboratory Medicine is the most comprehensive, user-friendly, and well-illustrated guide available for learning how to order the correct laboratory test and understand the clinical significance of the results. The book features an easy-to-follow, consistent presentation for each disease discussed. Chapters begin with a brief description of the disorder followed by a discussion that includes tables detailing the laboratory evaluation of specific disorders, diagnosis, baseline tests to exclude diagnostic possibilities, and clinical indications that warrant further screening and special testing. With new, increasingly expensive and complicated tests appearing almost daily, Laboratory Medicine, Third Edition is required reading for medical students, clinical laboratory scientists, and healthcare professionals who want to keep abreast of the latest testing procedures and maximize accuracy and patient safety. Features: 48 clinical laboratory methods presented in easy-to-understand illustrations that include information on the expense and complexity of the assays More than 200 tables and full-color algorithms that encapsulate important information and facilitate understanding Full-color blood-smear micrographs that demonstrate common abnormal morphologies of red blood cells Valuable learning aids in each chapter, including learning objectives, chapter outlines, and a general introduction -- and new to this edition: chapter-ending self-assessment Q&A. Logical systems-based organization that complements most textbooks Extensive table of Clinical Laboratory Reference Values that show the conversions between U.S. and SI units for -- Provided by publisher.

    Concepts in laboratory medicine
    Autoimmune disorders involving the connective tissue and immunodeficiency diseases
    Histocompatibility testing and transplantation
    Infectious diseases
    Diseases of infancy and childhood
    Blood vessels
    The heart
    Diseases of red blood cells
    Bleeding and thrombotic disorders
    Transfusion medicine
    Diseases of white blood cells, lymph nodes, and spleen
    The respiratory system
    The gastrointestinal tract
    The liver and biliary tract
    Pancreatic disorders
    The kidney
    Male genital tract
    Female genital system
    The endocrine system.
    Digital Access AccessMedicine 2019
  • by Stu Silverstein.
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    RJ48.2 .S55 2022
  • Regina Roller-Wirnsberger, Katrin Singler, Maria Cristina Polidori, editors.
    Summary: This textbook presents hands-on training material for medical students. The style reflects the need for practice-based teaching with a modern edge in daily clinical routine; accordingly, it also employs online material and pocket cards. Each chapter begins with specific learning objectives, which are cross-referenced with the European curriculum for undergraduate medical education released by the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) together with the European Union Geriatric Medicine Society (EUGMS), as well as the minimum geriatric competences for medical students established by the American Geriatrics Society (AGS). World-renowned European experts in practicing and teaching the interdisciplinary field of Geriatrics contributed to this work, with the aim of offering the new generation of health professionals a global perspective on one of the greatest public health challenges of our time: the management of the steadily increasing number of older, multimorbid, and vulnerable persons. The major strength of this book - published under the auspices of the EUGMS - is its pragmatic, goal-oriented approach, which makes it suitable for bedside learning and patient-centered medicine; further, all of the chapters are firmly based on the pillars of the ageing process in all of its biological aspects, helping readers understand the pathophysiology of and rationale behind interventions for the main geriatric syndromes and disorders.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Tracey A.H. Taylor, Dwayne Baxa, Matthew Sims.
    Summary: "Learning Microbiology and Infectious Diseases: Clinical Case Prep for the USMLE® by Tracey A. H. Taylor, Dwayne Baxa, and Matthew Sims presents diverse cases that encourage problem-based learning, which is key to building diagnostic skills. Each case portrays a real-life scenario, promoting a bridge from foundational knowledge to its application. A series of USMLE style questions with thorough explanations provide an understanding of microbiology and infectious diseases, an ability to differentiate between infections and viruses, and identify bacteria, fungi, and parasites. Questions cover causative agents, disease transmission, mechanism of pathogenesis action, and pharmacotherapy"-- Provided by publisher.
  • David L. Nelson, Michael M. Cox.
    Summary: "Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry ... brings clarity and coherence to an often unwieldy discipline, offering a thoroughly updated survey of biochemistry's enduring principles, definitive discoveries, and groundbreaking new advances with each edition.This new Seventh Edition maintains the qualities that have distinguished the text since Albert Lehninger's original edition--clear writing, careful explanations of difficult concepts, helpful problem-solving support, and insightful communication of contemporary biochemistry's core ideas, new techniques, and pivotal discoveries. Again, David Nelson and Michael Cox introduce students to an extraordinary amount of exciting new findings without an overwhelming amount of extra discussion or detail."--Publisher description.

    The foundations of biochemistry
    I. Structure and catalysis. Water
    Amino acids, peptides, and proteins
    The three-dimensional structure of proteins
    Protein function
    Carbohydrates and glycobiology
    Nucleotides and nucleic acids
    DNA-based information technologies
    Biological membranes and transport
    II. Bioenergetics and metabolism. Bioenergetics and biochemical reaction types
    Glycolysis, gluconeogenesis, and the pentose phosphate pathway
    Principles of metabolic regulation
    The citric acid cycle
    Fatty acid catabolism
    Amino acid oxidation and the production of urea
    Oxidative phosphorylation
    Photosynthesis and carbohydrate synthesis in plants
    Lipid biosynthesis
    Biosynthesis of amino acids, nucleotides, and related molecules
    Hormonal regulation and integration of mammalian metabolism
    III. Information pathways. Genes and chromosomes
    DNA metabolism
    RNA metabolism
    Protein metabolism
    Regulation of gene expression
    Abbreviated solutions to problems
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    QP514.2 .L425 2017
  • by David L. Nelson, Michael M. Cox and Aaron A. Hoskins
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  • Andrea M. Kline-Tilford, MS, CPNP-AC/PC, FCCM, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Detroit, Michigan, Catherine Haut, DNP, CPNP-AC/PC, CCRN, Specialty Director, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program, University of Maryland School of Nursing, Baltimore, Maryland, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Pediatrix Medical Group and Beacon Pediatrics.
    Summary: "Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner is the ideal companion while preparing for the Acute Care CPNP(r) exam administered by the Pediatric Nursing Certification Review Board, or for anyone who seeks to perform at a higher level of practice for children who are acutely, chronically, and critically ill. The AC PNP (Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner) program is designed to prepare experienced pediatric nurses to meet the specialized physiologic and psychological needs of infants, children, adolescents and young adults with complex acute, critical and chronic health conditions. The focus of AC PNP care includes complex monitoring and ongoing management of intensive therapies in a variety of settings, including but not limited to, inpatient and outpatient hospital settings, emergency departments and home care settings. Specialty areas of practice are varied and continue to emerge. AC PNPs collaborate with an interprofessional team to provide optimal patient care. The Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner: Acute Care (CPNP-AC) certification exam was developed by the Pediatric Nursing Certification board nearly 10 years ago. Since that time, there has not been a review book specific to this exam, and students have been seeking preparation materials for the exam. For the (approximately) 26 programs in the United States offered to complete pediatric certification, this book is the only available certification review material for the exam. Organized in a simple, bulleted format, this invaluable resource includes multiple choice self-assessment questions with rationales at the end of every chapter, plus two self-assessment exams with rationales - totaling more than 750 questions. Content focuses on the diagnosis and management of pediatric acute care problems typically treated in the emergency department or an inpatient setting._ Certification must be renewed every five years._"-- Provided by publisher.

    Part 1. The Pediatric Patient and Family: General pediatric considerations, development, nutrition, and sleep
    Communication, family-centered care, transitional care, and health care home
    Part 2. System-Based Problems: Pulmonary disorders
    Respiratory support modalities
    Cardiac disorders
    Neurologic disorders
    Endocrine disorders
    Fluid and electrolytes
    Metabolic disorders
    Hematology and oncology disorders
    Infectious disorders
    Sedation and analgesia
    Gastrointestinal disorders
    Kidney and genitourinary disorders
    Immunologic and rheumatologic disorders
    Dermatologic disorders
    Palliative care, complementary and alternative therapies
    Disaster medicine
    Part 3. Professional Issues: Research, evidence, quality improvement, safety, diversity, and health policy
    Preparation for practice: interprofessional practice: certification, licensure, credentialing, documentation, billing, and coding
    Part 4. Test-Taking Strategies
    Digital Access R2Library 2016
    Limited to 1 simultaneous user
  • Denise R. Ferrier, PhD, Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
    Summary: "Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Biochemistry is the long-established, first-and-best resource for the essentials of biochemistry. Students rely on this text to help them quickly review, assimilate, and integrate large amounts of critical and complex information. For more than two decades, faculty and students have praised this best-selling biochemistry textbook for its matchless illustrations that make concepts come to life. Master all the latest biochemistry knowledge, thanks to extensive revisions and updated content throughout, including an expanded chapter on macronutrients, a completely new chapter on micronutrients, and much more. A bonus chapter on blood clotting with new, additional questions is included online. See how biochemistry applies to everyday healthcare through integrative, chapter-based cases as well as "Clinical" boxes throughout. Learn and study effortlessly with a concise outline format, abundant full-color artwork, and chapter overviews and summaries."-- Provided by publisher.

    Unit I. Protein structure and function
    Unit II. Bioenergetics and carbohydrate metabolism
    Unit III. Lipid metabolism
    Unit IV. Nitrogen metabolism
    Unit V. Integration of metabolism
    Unit VI. Medical nutrition
    Unit VII. Storage and expression of genetic information.
  • Emine Ercikan Abali, Susan D. Cline, David S. Franklin, Susan M. Viselli.
    Summary: "Biochemistry is the study of how our bodies utilize the nutritional substances in our diet to make building blocks, fuels, and communication molecules for our cells. It also includes the processes by which we convert chemicals within our bodies and eliminate chemicals from our bodies"-- Provided by publisher.

    Amino Acids and the Role of PH
    Protein Structure
    Globular Proteins
    Fibrous Proteins
    Bioenergetics and Oxidative Phosphorylation
    Introduction to Carbohydrates
    Introduction to Metabolism and Glycolysis
    Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle and Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex
    Glycogen Metabolism
    Monosaccharide and Disaccharide Metabolism
    Pentose Phosphate Pathway and Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide Phosphate
    Glycosaminoglycans, Proteoglycans, and Glycoproteins
    Dietary Lipid Metabolism
    Fatty Acid, Triacylglycerol, and Ketone Body Metabolism
    Phospholipid, Glycosphingolipid, and Eicosanoid Metabolism
    Cholesterol, Lipoprotein, and Steroid Metabolism
    Amino Acids : Nitrogen Disposal
    Amino Acids : Degradation and Synthesis
    Amino Acids : Conversion to Specialized Products
    Nucleotide Metabolism
    Metabolic Effects of Insulin and Glucagon
    The Feed-Fast Cycle
    Diabetes Mellitus
    Nutrition : Overview and Macronutrients
    Micronutrients : Vitamins
    Micronutrients : Minerals
    DNA Structure, Replication, and Repair
    RNA Structure, Synthesis, and Processing
    Protein Synthesis
    Regulation of Gene Expression
    Biotechnology and Human Disease
    Blood Clotting.
  • Sandra K. Leeper-Woodford, MS, PhD, Associate Professor of Basic Medical Sciences and Physiology, Mercer University School of Medicine, Macon, Georgia, Linda R. Adkison, Associate Dean for Curricular Affairs, Professor of Genetics, Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, Kansas City, Missouri.
    Cellular and molecular basis for human systems
    Cellular and neuroscience aspects of human systems
    Musculoskeletal system
    Cardiovascular system
    Pulmonary system
    Neurologic system
    Gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary systems
    Endocrine system
    Reproductive system.
  • Claudia Krebs, Joanne Weinberg, Elizabeth Akesson, Esma Dilli.
    Introduction to the nervous system and basic neurophysiology
    Overview of the central nervous system
    Overview of the peripheral nervous system
    Overview of the visceral nervous system
    The spinal cord
    Overview and organization of the brainstem
    Ascending sensory tracts
    Descending motor tracts
    Control of eye movements
    Sensory and motor innervation of the head and neck
    Hearing and balance
    Brainstem systems and review
    The cerebral cortex
    The thalamus
    The visual system
    The basal ganglia
    The cerebellum
    The integration of motor control.
  • [edited by] Karen Whalen ; collaborating editors, Richard Finkel, Thomas A. Panavelil.
    Summary: Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology, Sixth Edition, is the updated, enhanced version of the student-favorite resource for essentials of medical pharmacology. The first-and-best resource, the Lippincott Illustrated Reviews series features clear, effective writing and hundreds of illustrations for ideal rapid review and the assimilation of complex information. Clear, sequential images present mechanisms of action and focus on showing rather than telling students how drugs work.

    Unit I: Principles of drug therapy
    Unit II: Drugs affecting the autonomic nervous system
    Unit III: Drugs affecting the central nervous system
    Unit IV: Drugs affecting the cardiovascular system
    Unit V: Drugs affecting the endocrine system
    Unit VI: Drugs for other disorders
    Unit VII: Chemotherapeutic drugs
    Unit VIII: Toxicology.
  • [edited by] Karen Whalen, PharmD, BCPS, FAPhA (Clinical Professor, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research, College of Pharmacy, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida) ; collaborating editors, Carinda Feild, PharmD, FCCM (Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research, College of Pharmacy, University of Florida, St. Petersburg, Florida), Rajan Radhakrishnan, Pharm, MSc, PhD (Professor of Pharmacology, College of Medicine, Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences, Dubai, United Arab Emirates).
    Summary: "Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology, Seventh Edition, is the updated, enhanced version of the student-favorite resource for essentials of medical pharmacology. The first-and-best resource, the Lippincott Illustrated Reviews series features clear, effective writing and hundreds of illustrations for ideal rapid review and the assimilation of complex information. Clear, sequential images present mechanisms of action and focus on showing rather than telling students how drugs work. Nearly 600 annotated, full-color illustrations visually explain complex processes! Outline format ideal for concise review and foundational learning"-- Provided by publisher.

    I: Principles of drug therapy
    II: Drugs affecting the autonomic nervous system
    III: Drugs affecting the central nervous system
    IV: Drug affecting the cardiovascular system
    V: Drugs affecting the endocrine system
    VI: Chemotherapeutic drugs
    VII: Special topics in pharmacology
  • [edited by] Karen L. Whalen ; collaborating editors, Sarah M. Lerchenfeldt, Chris R. Giordano.
    Summary: "Students' favorite review resource for studying the essentials of medical pharmacology, Lippincott® Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology, 8th Edition, presents up-to-date drug information in an accessible format ideal for effective review.Part of the popular Lippincott® Illustrated Reviews series, this concise resource features clear writing and hundreds of illustrations that break down complex pharmacological information, so it is understandable and accessible. Sequential images present mechanisms of action and focus on showing rather than telling students how drugs work, and review questions with answers deliver powerful, practical exam preparation. NEW! Pharmacogenomics chapter familiarizes students with this topical area of clinical pharmacology. NEW! Clinical Application boxes emphasize the practical application of pharmacology concepts with real-world clinical examples. NEW! Chapter Summaries facilitate quick review for better student comprehension. Updated drug information reflects the most current, clinically relevant pharmacology material. Approachable outline format distills complex information for easier review. High-quality illustrations reinforce understanding in vibrant detail. Enhanced review questions with answers provide valuable self-assessment and prepare students for their Board reviews"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access LWW Health Library 2023
  • Robin R. Preston, Thad E. Wilson.
    Summary: "Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews: Physiology brings physiology clearly into focus, telling the story of who we are, how we live, and, ultimately, how we die. By first identifying organ function and then showing how cells and tissues are designed to fulfill that function, Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Physiology decodes this discipline like no other text or review book. Each element was tailored for ease of use and fast content absorption, all combining to bring this story to life for readers. Visionary artwork, Clinical Applications, and Unit Review Questions teach and reinforce the most essential concepts in physiology--perfect for classroom learning and test/boards preparation"--Provided by publisher.

    Principles of physiologic function
    Sensory and motor systems
    Musculoskeletal and integumentary physiology
    Cardiovascular system
    Respiratory system
    Urinary system
    Gastrointestinal system
    Endocrine system
    Living and dying
    Appendices: A. Normal physiological values; B. Reference equations.
  • editors, Mark D. Duncan, MD, Resident Physician, Department of Medicine, UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, Lance W. Chapman, MD, MBA, Resident Physician, Department of Dermatology, UC Irvine Medical Center, Irvine, California, Minesh P. Shah, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Division of General Internal Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.
    Endocrine and metabolic disorders
    Infectious diseases
    Hematology and oncology
    General medicine
    Practice examination
    Shelf pearls.
  • Denise R. Ferrier.
    Summary: This is a resource for the essentials of biochemistry. Students will use this text to help them quickly review, assimilate, and integrate large amounts of complex information. For more than two decades, faculty and students have praised LiR biochemistry's matchless illustrations that make critical concepts come to life.

    Unit I. Protein structure and function. Amino acids ; Structure of proteins ; Globular proteins ; Fibrous proteins ; Enzymes
    Unit II. Bioenergetics and carbohydrate metabolism. Bioenergetics and oxidative phosphorylation ; Introduction to carbohydrates ; Introduction to metabolism and glycolysis ; Tricarboxylic acid cycle and pyruvate dehydrogenase complex ; Gluconeogenesis ; Glycogen metabolism ; Metabolism of monosaccharides and disaccharides ; Pentose phosphate pathway and nicotinamide adenine dinucleitide phosphate ; Glycosaminoglycans, proteoglycans, and glycoproteins
    Unit III. Lipid metabolism. Dietary lipid metabolism ; Fatty acid, ketone body, and triacylglycerol metabolism ; Phospholipid, glycosphingolipid, and eicosanoid metabolism
    Unit IV. Nitrogen metabolism. Amino acids : Disposal of nitrogen ; Amino acid degradation and synthesis ; Conversion of amino acids to specialized products ; Nucleotide metabolism
    Unit V. Integration of metabolism. Metabolic effects of insulin and glucagon ; The feed-fast cycle ; Diabetes mellitus ; Obesity ; Nutrition ; Vitamins
    Unit VI. Storage and expression of genetic information. DNA structure, replication, and repair ; RNA structure, synthesis, and processing ; Protein synthesis ; Regulation of gene expression ; Biotechnology and human disease
    Appendix: Clinical cases.
  • Cynthia Nau Cornelissen, Marcia Metzgar Hobbs.
    Summary: Enables rapid review and assimilation of large amounts of complex information about medical microbiology. The book has the hallmark features for which Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews volumes are so popular: an outline format, full-color illustrations, end-of-chapter summaries, review questions, plus an entire section of clinical case studies with full-color illustrations.

    Unit I: The microbial world :
    Introduction to microbiology
    Normal flora
    Pathogenicity of mciroogranisms
    Diagnostic microbiology
    Vaccines and antimicrobial agents
    Unit II: Bacteria :
    Bacterial structure, growth, and metabolism
    Bacterial genetics
    Gram-positive rods
    Gastrointestinal gram-negative rods
    Other gram-negative rods
    Clostridia and other anaerobic rods
    Mycobacteria and actinomycetes
    Rickettsia, ehrlichia, anaplasma, and coxiella
    Unit III: Fungi and parasites :
    Unit IV: Introduction to the viruses :
    Nonenveloped DNA viruses
    Enveloped DNA viruses
    Hepatitis B and hepatitis D (Delta) viruses
    Positive-strand RNA viruses
    Negative-strand RNA viruses
    Double-stranded RNA viruses: reoviridae
    Unconventional infectious agents
    Unit V: Clinical microbiology review :
    Quick review of clinically important microogranisms
    Disease summaries
    Illustrated case studies.
    Digital Access LWW Health Library 2020
  • Lora D. Delwiche and Susan J. Slaughter.
    Summary: A classic that just keeps getting better, The Little SAS Book is essential for anyone learning SAS programming. Lora Delwiche and Susan Slaughter offer a user-friendly approach so that readers can quickly and easily learn the most commonly used features of the SAS language. Each topic is presented in a self-contained, two-page layout complete with examples and graphics. Nearly every section has been revised to ensure that the sixth edition is fully up-to-date. This edition is also interface-independent, written for all SAS programmers whether they use SAS Studio, SAS Enterprise Guide, or the S.

    Intro; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introducing SAS Software; About This Book; About These Authors; Getting Started Using SAS Software; 1.1 The SAS Language; 1.2 SAS Data Sets; 1.3 DATA and PROC Steps; 1.4 The DATA Step's Built-in Loop; 1.5 Choosing a Method for Running SAS; 1.6 Reading the SAS Log; 1.7 Using SAS System Options; Accessing Your Data; 2.1 Methods for Getting Your Data into SAS; 2.2 SAS Data Libraries and Data Sets; 2.3 Listing the Contents of a SAS Data Set; 2.4 Reading Excel Files with the IMPORT Procedure; 2.5 Accessing Excel Files Using the XLSX LIBNAME Engine 2.6 Reading Delimited Files with the IMPORT Procedure2.7 Telling SAS Where to Find Your Raw Data; 2.8 Reading Raw Data Separated by Spaces; 2.9 Reading Raw Data Arranged in Columns; 2.10 Reading Raw Data Not in Standard Format; 2.11 Selected Informats; 2.12 Mixing Input Styles; 2.13 Reading Messy Raw Data; 2.14 Reading Multiple Lines of Raw Data per Observation; 2.15 Reading Multiple Observations per Line of Raw Data; 2.16 Reading Part of a Raw Data File; 2.17 Controlling Input with Options in the INFILE Statement; 2.18 Reading Delimited Files with the DATA Step; Working with Your Data 3.1 Using the DATA Step to Modify Data3.2 Creating and Modifying Variables; 3.3 Using SAS Functions; 3.4 Selected SAS Character Functions; 3.5 Selected SAS Numeric Functions; 3.6 Using IF-THEN and DO Statements; 3.7 Grouping Observations with IF-THEN/ELSE Statements; 3.8 Subsetting Your Data in a DATA Step; 3.9 Subsetting Your Data using PROC SQL; 3.10 Writing Multiple Data Sets Using OUTPUT Statements; 3.11 Making Several Observations from One Using OUTPUT Statements; 3.12 Using Iterative DO, DO WHILE, and DO UNTIL Statements; 3.13 Working with SAS Dates 3.14 Selected Date Informats, Functions, and Formats3.15 Using RETAIN and Sum Statements; 3.16 Simplifying Programs with Arrays; 3.17 Using Shortcuts for Lists of Variable Names; 3.18 Using Variable Names with Special Characters; Sorting, Printing, and Summarizing Your Data; 4.1 Using SAS Procedures; 4.2 Subsetting in Procedures with the WHERE Statement; 4.3 Sorting Your Data with PROC SORT; 4.4 Changing the Sort Order for Character Data; 4.5 Printing Your Data with PROC PRINT; 4.6 Changing the Appearance of Data Values with Formats; 4.7 Selected Standard Formats 4.8 Creating Your Own Formats with PROC FORMAT4.9 Writing a Report to a Text File; 4.10 Summarizing Your Data Using PROC MEANS; 4.11 Writing Summary Statistics to a SAS Data Set; 4.12 Producing One-Way Frequencies with PROC FREQ; 4.13 Producing Crosstabulations with PROC FREQ; 4.14 Grouping Data with User-Defined Formats; 4.15 Producing Tabular Reports with PROC TABULATE; 4.16 Adding Statistics to PROC TABULATE Output; 4.17 Enhancing the Appearance of PROC TABULATE Output; 4.18 Changing Headers in PROC TABULATE Output; 4.19 Producing Simple Output with PROC REPORT
    Digital Access O'Reilly 2019

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