ITG Library - Recent Book Acquisitions
Bulletin 120 - 01/01/2015 - 30/06/2015

CLASSIFICATION


A. Reference

  • Henning N. Apps for librarianship; using the best mobile technology to educate, create and engage. London, Facet Publishing, 2015. 197 pp. [AHX/23368]

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B. Science. Scientific literature. Statistics. Informatics

  • Hart-Davis A. Science: the definitive visual guide. [s.l.], Dorlin Kindersley, 2009. 512 pp. [B/23305]
  • Frodeman R, Klein JT, Mitcham C. The Oxford handbook of interdisciplinarity. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012. 580 pp. [B/23344]
  • Cornelis GC. Eerlijke wetenschap; waarom hebben wetenschapsmensen een eerlijk geweten nodig? Tielt, Lannoo Campus, 2013. 143 pp. [B/23250]
  • Ginsberg B. The fall of the faculty; the rise of the all-administrative university and why it matters. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013. 248 pp. [B/23313]
  • Goldackre B. I think you'll find it's a bit more complicated than that; selected writings. London, Fourth Estate, 2014. 474 pp. [B/23321]
  • Gordin MD. Scientific Babel: the language of science from the fall of Latin to the rise of English. London, Profile Books, 2015. 415 pp. [B/23332]
  • Harzing A-W. The publish or perish book, part 2. Citation analysis for academics and administrators. Melbourne, Tarma Software Research, 2011. 98 pp. [BA/23316 BIB]
  • Harzing A-W. The publish or perish book; part 3; doing bibliometric research with Google Scholar. Melbourne, Tarma Software Research, 2011. 101 pp. [BA/23317 BIB]
  • Shatkay H, Craven M. Mining the biomedical literature. Cambridge, MIT Press, 2012. 138 pp. (Computational Molecular Biology). [BA/Online]
  • Oliver P. Succeeding with your literature review: a handbook for students. Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2012. 152 pp. [BA/23326]
  • Arencibia-Jorge R, et al. Scientific development in African countries: a scientometric approach 1996-2009; project report. La Habana, Editorial Universitaria; Oxford, INASP, 2012. 161 pp. [BA/Online]
  • Merrill SA, Raduchel WJ. Copyright in the digital era; building evidence for policy. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2013. 85 pp. [BA/Online]
  • Oliver P. Writing your thesis; 3rd ed. London, Sage, 2013. 229 pp. [BA/23327]
  • Macrina FL. Scientific integrity: text and cases in responsible conduct to research; 4th ed. Washington, DC, ASM Press, 2014. 530 pp. [BA/23287]
  • E-Health. Amsterdam, Vereniging Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 2014. 80 pp. (Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde; 158(51/52)). [BA/Periodicals]
  • Ding Y, Rousseau R, Wolfram D. Measuring scholarly impact; methods and practice. New York, Springer, 2014. 346 pp. [BA/23315 BIB]
  • UNESCO. Institutional repository software comparison. New York, United Nations Educational,Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 2014. 16 pp. [BA/Online]
  • Corti L, Van den Eynden V, Bishop L, Woollard M. Managing and sharing research data; a guide to good practice. London, Sage, 2014. 222 pp. [BA/23400]
  • Carr CE. The nuts and bolts of grant writing. London, Sage, 2015. 232 pp. [BA/23276]
  • Keen A. The internet is not the answer. New York, Atlantic Monthly Press, 2015. 273 pp. [BA/23251]
  • Cronin B, Sugimoto CR. Scholarly metrics under the microscope; from citation analysis to academic auditing. Medford, NJ, Information Today, 2015. 963 pp. [BA/23314 BIB]
  • UNESCO's Open Access (OA) curriculum. New York, United Nations Educational,Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 2015. 9 modules pp. [BA/Online]
  • Weinberger D. Too big to know. New York, Basic Books, 2014. 231 pp. [BB/23367]
  • Bradley P. Social media for creative libraries. London, Facet Publishing, 2015. 169 pp. [BB/23357]
  • Zhou XH, Obuchowski NA, McClish DK. Statistical methods in diagnostic medicine; 2nd ed. New York, John Wiley, 2011. 545 pp. (Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics). [BBW/23278 BIOMED]
  • Haddock SHD, Dunn CW. Practical computing for biologists. Sunderland, Mass., Sinauer Associates, 2011. 538 pp. [BBZ/23378 BIOMED]
  • Bender DA. Nutrition; a very short introduction. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 107 pp. [BEX/23361]
  • Coulter B. Nutrition and malnutrition in low- and middle-income countries. Leeds, Maney Publishing, 2014. 82 pp. (Paediatrics and International Child Health; 34(4)). [BEXU/Periodicals; Online]
  • Alberts B, Johnson A, Lewis J, Morgan D, Raff M, Roberts K, Walter P. Molecular biology of the cell; 6th ed. London, Garland Science, 2015. 1342 + div. pp. [BJC/23386]
  • Perlman RL. Evolution and medicine. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013. 162 pp. [BJS/23350]
  • Wilson EO. The meaning of human existence. New York, Liveright, 2014. 207 pp. [BJS/23334]
  • Brasier M. Secret chambers; the inside story of cells and complex life. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 298 pp. [BJS/23349]
  • Eldredge N. Eternal ephemera; adaptation and the origin of species from the nineteenth century through punctuated equilibrium and beyond. New York, Columbia University Press, 2015. 376 pp. [BJS/23387]
  • Payne CJ. Epigenetics and epigenomics. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 218 pp. [BJT/Online]
  • Slack J. Genes; a very short introduction. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 120 pp. [BJT/23346]
  • King RC, Mulligan PK, Stansfield WD. A dictionary of genetics; 8th ed. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013. 641 pp. [BJT.AK/23363]
  • Allaby M. A dictionary of zoology; 4th ed. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 690 pp. (Oxford Reference Paperbacks). [BL.AK/23352]
  • Leitenberg M, Zilinskas RA. The Soviet biological weapons program; a history. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 2012. 921 pp. [BW/23269]

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C. Internal medicine. Medical ethics

  • Kruse M. Physician queries handbook; 2nd ed. Danvers, MA, HCPro, 2013. 120 pp. [C/Online]
  • Chugh SN, Gupta E. Clinical methods in medicine; clinical skills and practices; 2nd ed. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2015. 564 pp. [C/23291]
  • Kasper DL, Fauci AS, Hauser SL, Longo DL, Jameson JL, Loscalzo J. Harrison's principles of internal medicine; 19th ed. New York, McGraw-Hill, 2015. 2770 + div.pp. + DVD. [C/23385]
  • Hope T. Medical ethics; a very short introduction. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2004. 152 pp. [CBE/23312]
  • Evans JH. The history and future of bioethics; a sociological view. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012. 199 pp. [CBE/23301]
  • Lewens T. The biological foundations of bioethics. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 222 pp. [CBE/23343]
  • Cranmer P, Nhemachena J. Ethics for nurses: theory and practice. Maidenhead, Open University Press / McGraw-Hill Education, 2013. 199 pp. [CBX/Online]
  • Kenner C, Lott JW. Comprehensive neonatal nursing care; 5th ed. New York, Springer, 2014. 997 pp. [CBX/Online]
  • Klopper HC, Uys LR. The state of nursing and nursing education in Africa: a country by country review. Indianapolis, Sigma Theta Tau International, 2013. 476 pp. [CBX.1/Online]
  • Wu H-Z, Cheng P-J, Fang Z-Q. Introduction to diagnosis in traditional Chinese medicine. Hackensack, NJ, World Century Publishing, 2013. 537 pp. (World Century Compendium to TCM; 2). [CZ.2/Online]
  • Xiang Xia, Xiao-Heng Shen, Min Chen, Yan Qian Xiao. Introduction to Chinese internal medicine. Hackensack, NJ, World Century Publishing, 2013. 663 pp. (World Century Compendium to TCM; 4). [CZ.2/Online]

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D. History of medicine

  • Weatherall D. Science and the quiet art; the role of medical research in health care. New York, W.W. Norton & Co., 1996. 378 pp. [D/23395]
  • Ziman J. Real science: what it is and what it means. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2002. 399 pp. [D/23320]
  • Porter R. Blood and guts: a short history of medicine. London, Penguin, 2003. 199 pp. [D/23323]
  • Bynum W. The history of medicine; a very short introduction. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2008. 169 pp. [D/23311]
  • Wallis F. Medieval medicine; a reader. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2010. 563 pp. (Readings in Medieval Civilizations and Cultures; 15). [D/23322]
  • Le Fanu J. The rise and fall of modern medicine. London, Abacus, 2011. 590 pp. [D/23366]
  • Weisz G. Chronic disease in the twentieth century; a history. Baltimore, MD, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014. 307 pp. [D/23325]
  • Gradmann C. Laboratory disease: Robert Koch's medical bacteriology. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009. 318 pp. [DY/23310]

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E. Epidemiology. Demography

  • Biddle W. A field guide to germs; revised and updated. New York, Archer Books, 2010. 215 pp. [EA/23294]
  • Grove DI. Tapeworms, lice, and prions; a compendium of unpleasant infections. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 602 pp. [EA/23354]
  • Weiss NS, Koepsell TD. Epidemiologic methods; studying the occurrence of illness; 2nd ed. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 472 pp. [EB/23288]
  • Ehrlich R, Joubert G. Epidemiology; a research manual for South Africa; 3rd ed. Cape Town, Oxford University Press Southern Africa, 2014. 380 pp. [EB/23308]
  • Magnus M. Intermediate epidemiology; methods that matter. Burlington, Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2016. 412 pp. [EB/23247]
  • National Research Council. The influence of global environmental change on infectious disease dynamics; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2014. 444 pp. [EV/Online]

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H. Immunology. Infectious diseases

  • Holgate ST, Douglass JA. Fast facts: asthma; 4th ed. Abingdon, Health Press, 2013. 129 pp. [HB/Online]
  • National Research Council. Ranking vaccines; applications of a prioritization software tool: phase III: use case studies and data framework. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2014. 140 pp. [HI/Online]
  • Huynh Thien Duc G. Immune response activation. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 274 pp. [HI/Online]
  • Hoge Gezondheidsraad. Vaccinatiegids. Brussel, Hoge Gezondheidsraad, 2015. div. pp. [HI/23360 M]
  • Dutta TK, PArija SC, Dutta JK. Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2012. 212 pp. [HW/23286]
  • Caplivski D, Scheld WM. Consultations in infectious disease: a case based approach to diagnosis and management. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012. 370 pp. [HW/23289]
  • M'lkanatha NM, Lynfield R, Van Beneden CA, de Valk H. Infectious disease surveillance; 2nd ed. New York, Wiley Blackwell, 2013. 687 pp. [HW/23355]
  • Heymann DL. Control of communicable diseases manual; 20th ed. Washington, American Public Health Association (APHA), 2014. 729 pp. [HW/23246]
  • Ergönül Ö, Can F, Madoff L, Akova M. Emerging infectious diseases: clinical case studies. London, Academic Press, 2014. 393 pp. (Developments in Emerging and Existing Infectious Diseases; 1). [HW/23328]
  • Saxena CK. Trends in infectious diseases. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 214 pp. [HW/Online]
  • Wayne ML, Bolker BM. Infectious disease; a very short introduction. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 117 pp. [HW/23374]

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J. Microbiology. Bacteriology

  • Aymes SGB. Bacteria; a very short introduction. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013. 139 pp. [J/23348]
  • National Research Council. Microbial ecology in states of health and disease; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2014. 548 pp. [J/Online]
  • O'Malley MA. Philosophy of microbiology. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2014. 269 pp. [J/23348]
  • Money NP. Microbiology; a very short introduction. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 122 pp. [J/23347]
  • Engelkirk PG, Duben-Engelkirk J. Burton's microbiology for the health sciences; 10th ed. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2015. 482 pp. [J/23244]
  • Pommerville JC. Fundamentals of microbiology; body systems edition; 3rd ed. Sudbury, Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2016. 857+div. pp. [J/23290]
  • Choffness ER, Olsen L, Wizemann T. The science and applications of microbial genomics; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2013. 403 pp. [J.J/Online]
  • Sharma SK, Mohan A. Tuberculosis; 2nd ed. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2009. 1052 pp. [JC/22336]
  • Goetz T. The remedy; Robert Koch, Arthur Conan Doyle, and the quest to cure tuberculosis. New York, Gotham, 2014. 298 pp. [JC.D/23268]
  • Barletta Solari F. Molecular epidemiological approach to understand and control the emergence and spread of drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains in Lima, Peru. Antwerpen, Universiteit Antwerpen, Faculty of Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences; Antwerp, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Unit of Mycobacteriology, 2015. 173 pp. [JC.E/23391]
  • Goovaerts O. Pathogenesis of tuberculosis-associated immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome (TB-IRIS): the calm before the cytokine storm. Antwerpen, Universiteit Antwerpen, Faculty of Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences; Antwerp, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Department of Biomedical Sciences, 2015. 146 pp. [JC.H/23302]
  • ECDC. Investigation and control of tuberculosis incidents affecting children in congregate settings. Stockholm, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), 2013. 27 pp. [JC.S/23392]
  • Tripathy SN, Tripathy SN. Tuberculosis manual for obstetricians & gynecologists. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2015. 331 pp. [JC.W/23372]
  • Mavinga DP. Contribution to the improvement of the control of Buruli ulcer in the Territory of Songololo: impact of the decentralization and integration of control activities in basic health services. Antwerp, University of Antwerp, Faculty of Medicine and Health; Antwerp, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Department of Public Health, 2015. [JCU.1/Online]
  • Auwaerter PG. Lyme disease and other infections transmitted by Ixodes scapularis. Philadelphia, PA, Elsevier, 2015. 204 pp. (Infectious Disease Clinics of North America; 29(2)). [JYC/Periodicals]

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K. Virology

  • Cochi SL, Jafari HS, Armstrong GL, et al. The final phase of polio eradication and endgame strategies for the post-eradication era. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 546 pp. (Journal of Infectious Diseases; 210(Suppl.1)). [K/Periodicals; Online]
  • Kaslow RA, Stanbury LR, Le Duc JW. Viral infections of humans; epidemiology and control; 5th ed. New York, Springer, 2014. 1215 pp. [K/23330]
  • Taylor MW. Viruses and man; a history of interactions. New York, Springer, 2014. 430 pp. [K.D/23329]
  • Wick CH. Integrated virus detection. Boca Raton, FL, CRC Press, 2015. 233 pp. [K.Q/23396]
  • Gubler DJ, Ooi EE, Vasudevan S, Farrar J. Dengue and dengue hemorrhagic fever; 2nd ed. Wallingford, CAB International, 2014. 606 pp. [KPD/23256]
  • Pérez Chacón D. Disclosing implementation, replication and diffusion processes of an empowerment strategy for dengue prevention and control. Gent, Universiteit Gent, Faculteit Geneeskunde en Gezondheidswetenschappen, Vakgroep Maatschappelijke Gezondheidkunde, 2015. 194 pp. (Monografieën van de Vakgroep Maatschappelijke Gezondheidkunde). [KPD/23304]
  • Chapnick EK. Ebola myths & facts for dummies. New York, Wiley, 2014. 117 pp. [KPH/23258]
  • World Bank. The economic impact of the 2014 Ebola epidemic; short- and medium-term estimates for West Africa. Washington, DC, World Bank, 2014. 90 pp. [KPH/23259]
  • Quammen D. Ebola; the natural and human history of a deadly virus. New York, W.W. Norton, 2014. 119 pp. [KPH/23257]
  • Reeve M, Altevogt B. Research priorities to inform public health and medical practice for Ebola virus disease. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2014. 10 pp. [KPH/Online]
  • Nading AM. Mosquito trails; ecology, health, and the politics of entanglement. Oakland, CA, University of California Press, 2014. 269 pp. [KPN/23264]
  • Subero G. HIV in world cultures: three decades of representations. Farnham, Ashgate, 2013. 239 pp. [KRC/Online]
  • Saag MS, Masur H. Updates in HIV and AIDS: part II. Philadelphia, PA, Elsevier, 2014. 127 pp. (Infectious Disease Clinics of North America; 28(4)). [KRC/Periodicals]
  • Mayer KH, Montaner J. Controlling the HIV epidemic with antiretrovirals. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 60 pp. (Clinical Infectious Diseases; 59(Suppl.1)). [KRC/Periodicals; Online]
  • Srinivasan A, File TM. Antimicrobial stewardship: patients over process. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 100 pp. (Clinical Infectious Diseases; 59(Suppl.3)). [KRC/Periodicals; Online]
  • IDSA. The malnutrition and enteric disease study (MAL-ED): understanding the consequences for child health and development. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 138 pp. (Clinical Infectious Diseases; 59(Suppl.4)). [KRC/Periodicals; Online]
  • Easterbrook PJ, Murphy RL. 2013 WHO consolidated guidelines on the use of antiretroviral drugs: evidence and implementation. Philadelphia, PA, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014. 137 pp. (AIDS; 28(Suppl.2)). [KRC/Periodicals]
  • Richter LM, Mofenson LM. Children born into families affected by HIV. Philadelphia, PA, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014. 169 pp. (AIDS; 28(Suppl.3)). [KRC/Periodicals]
  • Kapogiannis BG, Kasedde SM, Bakeera-Kitaka S, Lee S, Rees H. Ending HIV and AIDS in adolescents: programmatic and implementation science priorities. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014. 97 pp. (Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes; 66(Suppl.2)). [KRC/Periodicals]
  • Vermund SH, Holtgrave D. Health communication strategies in combination HIV prevention and care programs. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014. 104 pp. (Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes; 66(Suppl.3)). [KRC/Periodicals]
  • Piot P. AIDS between science and politics. New York, Columbia University Press, 2015. 198 pp. [KRC/23373]
  • Beck EJ. Ensuring antiretroviral access in low- and middle-income countries. London, International Medical Press, 2014. 123 pp. (Antiviral Therapy; 19(Suppl.3)). [KRC.1/Periodicals]
  • Koole O. Challenges for optimal care for people living with HIV in countries with limited resources: findings from observational studies from different settings. Antwerp, Universiteit Antwerpen, Faculteit Geneeskunde en Gezondheidswetenschappen; Antwerp, Institute of Tropical Medicine, 2015. 176 pp. [KRC.1/23370]
  • Wade D. Evaluation and decentralization of CD4 T-cell counting technologies in Senegal. Antwerpen, Universiteit Antwerpen, Faculty of Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences; Antwerp, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Department of Biomedical Sciences, 2015. 156 pp. [KRC.1/23388]
  • Namaste VK. HIV prevention and bisexual realities. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2012. 218 pp. [KRC.5/Online]

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L. General parasitology. Protozoology

  • ICOPA XIII. Oxford, Elsevier Science, 2014. (International Journal for Parasitology; 44(9)). [L.AD/Periodicals; Online]
  • Akhtar R, Dutt AK, Wadhwa V. Malaria in South Asia: eradication and resurgence during the second half of the twentieth century. Dordrecht, Springer, 2010. 241 pp. (Advances in Asian Human-Environmental Research). [LF.2/23285]
  • Masterson KM. The Malaria Project; the U.S. Government's secret mission to find a cure. New York, New American Library, 2014. 406 pp. [LF.D/23263]
  • Webb JLA. The long struggle against malaria in tropical Africa. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2014. 219 pp. [LF.D/23262]
  • WHO Global Malaria Programme. World malaria report 2014. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2014. 242 pp. [LF.E/23371; Online]
  • Ménard R. Malaria; methods and protocols; 2nd ed. [Totowa], Humana Press, 2013. 626 pp. (Methods in Molecular Biology; 923). [LF.H/23260]
  • Snowden FM, Bucala R. The global challenge of malaria; past lessons and future prospects. Singapore, World Science Publishing Co., 2014. 219 pp. [LF.S/23261]
  • Cattand P, Louis FJ, Simarro PP. Sleeping sickness lectures. Gémenos, Imprimerie Horizon, 2013. 524 pp. [LN/23384]
  • Fikru Regassa G. Epidemiological study and molecular characterisation of non-tsetse transmitted trypanosomes in Ethiopia. Leuven, KU Leuven, Arenberg Doctoral School, Faculty of Bioscience Engineering, 2015. 145 pp. [LN/23342]
  • Mitashi Mulopo P. Novel diagnostic tests for human African trypanosomiasis: what is their role in primary health care services? Antwerp, University of Antwerp; Antwerp, Institute of Tropical Medicine; Kinshasa, University of Kinshasa, Department of Tropical Medicine, 2014. 171 pp. [LN.Q/23341]
  • Das P, Sundaram S, Bimal S. Biology of visceral leishmaniasis; phosphoproteins and immunoprophylaxis. Saarbrücken, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011. 185 pp. [LQ/23265]
  • Daboul LW. Cutaneous leishmaniasis - a new concept; a microscopic cytomorphologic approach to the disease course. Saarbrücken, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2012. 133 pp. [LQ/23267]
  • Satoskar A, Durvasula R. Pathogenesis of leishmaniasis; new developments in research. New York, Springer, 2014. 93 pp. [LQ/23266]
  • Diro E. Clinical management of visceral leishmaniasis in HIV patients in Ethiopia. Antwerp, University of Antwerpen, Faculty of Medicine and Health Science; Antwerp, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Department of Clinical Sciences; Gondar, University of Gondar, Department of Internal Medicine, College of Medicine and Health Science, 2015. 208 pp. [LQ.1/23369]
  • Malaviya P. Management of visceral leishmaniasis in Muzaffarpur, Bihar, India. Antwerp, University of Antwerp; Antwerp, Institute of Tropical Medicine, 2015. 180 pp. [LQ.2/23359; Online]
  • Menten J. Latent variable models in diagnostic medicine; with applications to visceral leishmaniasis research. Leuven, KU Leuven, Biomedical Sciences Group, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, L-Biostat, 2015. 165 pp. [LQ.Q/23340]

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M. Helminthology

  • Bruschi F. Helminth infections and their impact on global public health. New York, Springer, 2014. 502 pp. [M/23335]
  • Brattig NW, Utzinger J, Bergquist R, Zhou X-N, Leonardo L. Progress in research, control and elimination of helminth infections in Asia. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2014. 301 pp. (Acta Tropica; 141(II)). [M.2/Periodicals; Online]

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P. Pathology. Hematology

  • Hall JC, Hall BJ. Cutaneous lymphoma: diagnosis and treatment. Shelton, CT, People's Medical Publishing House, 2012. 248 pp. [PM/Online]
  • Burke J. The topic of cancer. London, Karnac Books, 2013. 212 pp. [PM/Online]
  • Niederhuber JE, Armitage JO, Doroshow JAH, Kastan MB, Tepper JE. Abeloff's clinical oncology; 5th ed. Philadelphia, PA, Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2014. 2186 pp. (Expert Consult). [PM/23270; Online]
  • Paludi MA. The Praeger handbook on women's cancers: personal and psychosocial insights. Santa Barbara, Praeger, 2014. 469 pp. (Women's Psychology). [PM/Online]
  • Stadler WM. Cancer biology review: a case-based approach. New York, Demos Medical Publishing, 2014. 191 pp. [PM/Online]
  • Marshall E, Young A, Clark PI, Selby P. Problem solving in acute oncology. Oxford, Clinical Publishing, 2014. 256 pp. [PM/Online]
  • Murph M. Melanoma; current clinical management and future therapeutics. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 410 pp. [PM/Online]
  • Blann AD. Routine blood results explained; a guide for nurses and allied health professionals; 3rd ed. Keswick, M&K Update, 2013. 150 pp. [PY/Online]

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Q. Clinical and laboratory medicine

  • Brown TA, Shah SJ. Evidence-based clinical reasoning in medicine. Shelton, CT, People's Medical Publishing House, 2013. 560 pp. [QA/Online]
  • National Research Council. Sharing clinical trial data; maximizing benefits, minimizing risk. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 280 pp. [QA/Online]
  • Vadgama P, Peteu S. Detection challenges in clinical diagnosis. Cambridge, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2013. 246 pp. (RSC Detection Series; 2). [QD/Online]
  • McGee S. Evidence-based physical diagnosis; 3rd ed. Philadelphia, PA, Elsevier Saunders, 2014. 719 pp. (Expert Consult). [QD/23271; Online]
  • Cartledge P, Cartledge C, Lockey A. Clinical examination. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2014. 328 pp. (Pocket Tutor). [QD/23282]
  • Kim EE. Handbook of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging: principles and clinical applications. Singapore, World Scientific Publishing Co., 2012. 448 pp. [QR/Online]

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R. Pharmacology and therapeutics

  • Barber P, Parkes J, Blundell D. Further essentials of pharmacology for nurses. Maidenhead, McGraw-Hill Education / Open University Press, 2012. 238 pp. [RJ/Online]
  • Griffiths P, Mooney GP. The paramedic's guide to research; an introduction. Maidenhead, McGraw-Hill Education / Open University Press, 2012. 166 pp. [RJ/Online]
  • WHO. The international pharmacopoeia; 4th ed., incl. first, second, third and fourth supplements [CDROM]. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2014. [RJ/23280 BIB]
  • Gowder SJT. Pharmacology and therapeutics. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 356 pp. [RJ/Online]
  • Atroshi F. Pharmacology and nutritional intervention in the treatment of disease. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 426 pp. [RJ/Online]
  • Bope ET, Kellerman RD. Conn's current therapy 2015. Philadelphia, PA, Elsevier Saunders, 2015. 1328 pp. (Expert Consult). [RJ/23272; Online]
  • Amsterdam D. Antibiotics in laboratory medicine; 6th ed. Philadelphia, Wolters Kluwer, 2015. 807 pp. [RN/23245]
  • Cunha BA. Antibiotics essentials; 13th ed. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2015. 778 pp. [RN/23283]
  • National Research Council. Antimicrobial resistance: a problem without borders; the Richard & Hinda Rosenthal Symposium 2014. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2014. 46 pp. [RNR/Online]
  • National Research Council. Drug repurposing and repositioning; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 2014. 118 pp. [RS/Online]
  • National Research Council. Improving access to essential medicines for mental, neurological, and substance use disorders in sub-Saharan Africa; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 2014. 142 pp. [RS/Online]
  • Greene JA. Generic; the unbranding of modern medicine. Baltimore, MD, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014. 354 pp. [RS/23297]

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S. Hygiene. Public health

  • Reeve M, Wizemann T, Altevogt B. Enabling rapid and sustainable public health research during disasters. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2014. 190 pp. [SJA/Online]
  • Annamalai A. Refugee health care; an essential medical guide. New York, Springer, 2014. 250 pp. [SJA/23398]
  • Fried B, Gaydos LM. World health systems: challenges and perspectives; 2nd ed. Chicago, Health Administration Press, 2012. 780 pp. [SO/Online]
  • Sommer A. 10 lessons in public health: inspiration for tomorrow's leaders. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013. 40 pp. [SO/Online]
  • Spath P. Introduction to healthcare quality management; 2nd ed. Chicago, Health Administration Press, 2013. 314 pp. [SO/Online]
  • McAlearney AS, Kovner AR. Health services management: cases, readings, and commentary; 10th ed. Arlington, VA, Association of University Programs in Health Administration, 2013. 454 pp. [SO/Online]
  • Maeda A, Araujo E, Cashin C, Harris J, Ikegami N, Reich MR. Universal health coverage for inclusive and sustainable development; a synthesis of 11 country case studies. Washington, DC, World Bank, 2014. 55 pp. [SO/23249]
  • National Research Council. Investing in global health systems; sustaining gains, transforming lives. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2014. 136 pp. [SO/Online]
  • National Research Council. Global development goals and linkages to health and sustainability; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 2014. 94 pp. [SO/Online]
  • National Research Council. Evaluating design for complex global initiatives; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 2014. 184 pp. [SO/Online]
  • Tulchinsky TH, Varavikova EA. The new public health; 3rd ed. Amsterdam, Elsevier Academic Press, 2015. 884 pp. [SO/23248]
  • Detels R, Gulliford M, Abdool Karim Q, Tan CC. Oxford textbook of global public health; 6th ed. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 1643 pp. [SO/23307; Online]
  • Nabyonga-Orem J. Diffusion of evidence into public health policies and practice: investigating the black box. Louvain-la-Neuve, Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Institut de Recherche Santé et Société (IRSS), 2015. 215 pp. [SO/23303]
  • National Research Council. Measuring the risks and causes of premature death. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 74 pp. [SO/Online]
  • National Research Council. Empowering women and strengthening health systems and services through investing in nursing and midwifery enterprise; lessons from lower-income countries; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2015. 130 pp. [SO/Online]
  • Andrews B, Bullock MB. Medical transitions in twentieth century China. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 2014. 435 pp. (China Medical Board Centennial Series). [SO.2/23273]
  • Srinivas PN. Capacity building and performance in local health systems; a realist evaluation of a local health system strengthening intervention in Tumkur, India. Louvain-la-Neuve, Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Institut de Recherche Santé et Société (IRSS), 2015. 214 pp. [SO.2/23358; Online]
  • Davis J, Lister J, Wrigley D. NHS for sale: myths, lies and deception. London, Merlin, 2015. 366 pp. [SO.3/23338]
  • Marchildon GP. Health systems in transition: Canada; 2nd ed. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2013. 186 pp. [SO.5/Online]
  • Brill S. America's bitter pill; money, politics, backroom deals, and the fight to fix our broken healthcare system. New York, Random House, 2015. 512 pp. [SO.6/23356 PUBLIC]
  • Sheikh K, Ranson MK, Gilson L. Science and practice of people-centred health systems. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 127 pp. (Health Policy and Planning; 29(Suppl.2)). [SOB/Periodicals; Online]
  • Gilson L. Qualitative research synthesis for health policy analysis: what does it entail and what does it offer? Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 78 pp. (Health Policy and Planning; 29(Suppl.3)). [SOB/Periodicals; Online]
  • Wolf JA, Hanson H, Moir MJ, Friedman L, Savage GT. Organization development in health care: conversations on research and strategies. Bingley, Emerald, 2011. 392 pp. (Advances in Health Care Management; 10). [SOCA/Online]
  • Curtis E, Drennan J. Quantitative health research; issues and methods. Maidenhead, McGraw-Hill Education, 2012. 416 pp. [SOCA/Online]
  • Morse JM. Qualitative health research; creating a new discipline. Walnut Creek, CA, Left Coast Press, 2012. 177 pp. [SOCA/Online]
  • Gapenski LC, Pink GH. Understanding healthcare financial management; 6th ed. Chicago, Health Administration Press, 2011. 728 pp. [SOD/Online]
  • Gapenski LC. Health care finance; an introduction to accounting and financial management: 5th ed. Chicago, Health Administration Press, 2012. 726 pp. [SOD/Online]
  • Gapenski LC. Fundamentals of healthcare finance; 2nd ed. Arlington, VA, Association of University Programs in Health Administration, 2013. 466 pp. [SOD/Online]
  • National Research Council. Financing popultion health improvement; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2014. 84 pp. [SOD/Online]
  • Menachemi N, Singh S. Health information technology in the international context. Bingley, Emerald, 2012. 204 pp. (Advances in Health Care Management; 12). [SOG/Online]
  • Hollnagel E, Braithwaite J, Wears RL. Resilient health care. Farnham, Ashgate, 2013. 270 pp. (Ashgate Studies in Resilience Engineering). [SOG/Online]
  • Simons T, Leroy H, Savage GT. Leading in health care organizations; improving safety, satisfaction, and financial performance. Bingley, Emerald, 2013. 234 pp. (Advances in Health Care Management; 14). [SOG/Online]
  • Jones AK. Leading a hospital turnaround: a practical guide. Chicago, Health Administration Press, 2013. 158 pp. (ACHE Management Series). [SOG/Online]
  • Iezzoni LI. Risk adjustment for measuring health care outcomes; 4th ed. Arlington, VA, AUPHA, 2013. [SOG/Online]
  • Zipperer LA. Knowledge management in healthcare. Farnham, Gower, 2014. 219 pp. [SOG/Online]
  • Scriven A, Hodgins M. Health promotion settings; principles and practice. Los Angeles, Sage, 2012. 258 pp. [SOH/Online]
  • Haber D. Health promotion and aging; practical applications for health professionals; 6th ed. New York, Springer, 2013. 513 pp. [SOH/Online]
  • National Research Council. Building health workforce capacity through community-based health professional education; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 2014. 180 pp. [SOH/Online]
  • National Research Council. The role and potential of communities in population health improvement; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2014. 86 pp. [SOH/Online]
  • WHO. Global action plan for the prevention and control of NCDs 2013-2020. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2013. 55 pp. [SP/Online]
  • WHO. Global status report on noncommunicable diseases 2014. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2014. 298 pp. [SP/23281; Online]
  • Aikins AdG, Agyei-Mensah S, Agyemang C. Chronic non-communicable diseases in Ghana: multidisciplinary perspectives. Accra, Sub-Saharan Publishers, 2013. 160 pp. (University of Ghana Readers). [SP.1/Online]
  • In 't Veld CJ, van Thiel PPAM. Inzichten in importziekten; voor de huisartspraktijk. Houten, Bohn Stafleu van Loghum, 2014. 86 pp. [SS/23274]
  • Johnson C, Anderson S, Dallimore J, Imray C, Winser S, Moore J, Warrell D. Oxford handbook of expedition and wilderness medicine; 2nd ed. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 822 pp. [SS/23382]
  • Auerbach PS. Medicine for the outdoors; the essential guide to first aid and medical emergencies; 6th ed. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2016. 547 pp. [SS/23399]

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U. Tropical medicine and other specialties

  • Nelson BD. Essential clinical global health. New York, Wiley Blackwell, 2015. 506 pp. [UB/23292]
  • Jolmes P. Investing to overcome the global impact of neglected tropical diseases; third WHO report on neglected tropical diseases. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), 2015. 191 pp. (WHO/HTM/NTD/2015.1). [UB/Online]
  • Bourée P, Ensaf A. Grossesse et maladies tropicales. Paris, Lavoisier Médecine Sciences, 2015. 250 pp. [UB/23383]
  • Debas HT, Donkor P, Gawande A, Jamison DT, Kruk ME, Mock CN. Disease control priorities; 3rd ed. Washington, DC, World Bank, 2015. (Disease Control Priorities Project). [UB/Online]
  • Chakrabarti P. Bacteriology in British India: laboratory medicine in the tropics. Rochester, NY, University of Rochester Press; Woodbridge, Boydell & Brewer, 2012. 304 pp. (Rochester Studies in Medical History). [UBD/23309]
  • Ngalamulume K. Colonial pathologies, environment, and western medicine in Saint-Louis-du-Senegal, 1867-1920. New York, Peter Lang, 2012. 246 pp. [UBD/23296]
  • Borenstein DG, Calin A. Fast facts: low back pain; 2nd ed. Oxford, Health Press, 2012. 145 pp. [UED/Online]
  • Chatterjee K. Manual of cardiology. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2014. 856 pp. [UH/23284]
  • David RB, Bodensteiner JB, Olson BE. Clinical pediatric neurology; 3rd ed. New York, Demos Medical Publishers, 2009. 622 pp. [UI/Online]
  • Riascos R, Bonfante E. Radcases: neuro imaging. New York, Thiema, 2011. 212 pp. (Radcases). [UI/Online]
  • Ghogawala Z, Krishnaney AA, Steinmetz MP, Batjer HH, Benzel EC. The evidence for neurosurgery. Harley, tfm Publishing, 2012. 485 pp. [UI/Online]
  • Manji H, Connolly S, Kitchen N, Lambert C, Mehta A. Oxford handbook of neurology; 2nd ed. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 623 pp. [UI/23255]
  • Bentivoglio M, Cavalheiro EA, Kristenson K, Patel NB. Neglected tropical diseases and conditions of the nervous system. New York, Springer, 2014. 401 pp. [UI/23253]
  • National Research Council. Neurodegeneration; exploring commonalities across diseases; workshop summary. Washington, DC, National Academies Press, 2014. 106 pp. [UI/Online]
  • Heinbockel T. Neurochemistry. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 414 pp. [UI/Online]
  • Brodie MJ, Schachter SC, Kwan P. Fast facts: epilepsy; 5th ed. Abingdon, Health Press, 2012. 145 pp. [UIEL/Online]
  • Holmes MD. Epilepsy topics. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 270 pp. [UIEL/Online]
  • Morgan LR. Tumors of the central nervous system; primary and secondary. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 270 pp. [UIP/Online]
  • Bhui K. Elements of culture and mental health: critical questions for clinicians. London, Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2013. 94 pp. (RCPsych Publications). [UJ/Online]
  • Kaye G, Lemery R, Furniss S. Fast facts: cardiac arrhythmias; 2nd ed. Abingdon, Health Press, 2013. 149 pp. [UK/Online]
  • Dean W, Sandford-Smith J. Eye surgery in hot climates; 4th ed. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2015. 362 pp. + CDROM. [UK/23337]
  • Panos RJ. COPD; clinical perspectives. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 206 pp. [UOR/Online]
  • Chung Ong K. Lung inflammation. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 118 pp. [UOW/Online]
  • Li Y, Ho K-Y, Zuo X-L, Zhou C-J. Atlas of gastrointestinal endomicroscopy. Singapore, World Scientific Publishing Co., 2012. 238 pp. [UP/Online]
  • Lorenz J. Radcases: gastrointestinal imaging. New York, Thiema, 2011. 211 pp. (Radcases). [UP.Q/Online]
  • Orchard TR, Goldin RD, Dekkis PP, Williams HRT. Inflammable bowel diseases: an atlas of investigation and management. Oxford, Clinical Publishing, 2011. 110 pp. [UPR/Online]
  • Hart AL, Ng SC. Inflammatory bowel disease: an evidence-based practical guide. Harley, TFM, 2012. 293 pp. [UPR/Online]
  • Talley NJ. Conquering irritable bowel syndrome; 2nd ed. Shelton, CT, People's Medical Publishing House, 2013. 174 pp. [UPR/Online]
  • McCall K. Pancreatic cancer. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 196 pp. [UPY/Online]
  • Rodrigo L. Acute and chronic pancreatitis. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 232 pp. [UPY/Online]
  • Luck M. Hormones; a very short introduction. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 136 pp. [UQA/23362]
  • Vora J, Buse JB. Evidence-based management of diabetes. Harley, tfm Publishing, 2012. 507 pp. [UQI/Online]
  • Croniger C. Treatment of type 2 diabetes. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 320 pp. [UQI/Online]
  • Diaz Soto G. Thyroid disorders; focus on hyperthyroidism. Rijeka, InTech, 2014. 278 pp. [UQO/Online]
  • Singh A, Levy J, Pusey C. Fast facts: renal disorders; 2nd ed. Oxford, Health Press, 2013. 145 pp. [USK/Online]
  • Chopra S. Radcases: genitourinary imaging. New York, Thiema, 2012. 209 pp. (Radcases). [UT/Online]
  • Sehgal VN. Sexually transmitted diseases (venereal diseases); 5th ed. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2010. 194 pp. [UTU/23331]
  • Gupta S, Kumar B. Sexually transmitted infections; 2nd ed. New Delhi, Elsevier, 2012. 1395 pp. [UTU/23275]
  • Grimes J, Fagerberg K, Smith L. Sexually transmitted disease: an encyclopedia of diseases, prevention, treatmend and issues. Santa Barbara, Greenwood, 2013. 784 pp. [UTU/Online]
  • Zhou M, Magi-Galluzzi C. Genitourinary pathology; 2nd ed. Philadelphia, PA, Elsevier, 2015. 705 pp. (Expert Consult). [UTU/23306; Online]
  • Ward H, Gregson S, Watts C, Garnett GP. Developing and applying theoretical frameworks in the epidemiology of sexually transmitted diseases. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 67 pp. (Journal of Infectious Diseases; 210(Suppl.2)). [UTU.E/Periodicals; Online]
  • Konar H. DC Dutta's textbook of obstertrics; 8th ed. New Delhi, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2015. 782 pp. + DVD. [UV/23397]
  • Darwish A. Contemporary gynecologic practice. Rijeka, InTech, 2015. 242 pp. [UV/Online]
  • Reece EA, Barbieri RL. Obstetrics and gynecology; the essentials of clinical care. Stuttgart, Thieme, 2010. 558 pp. [UW/Online]
  • Raynor MD, Marschall JE, Jackson K. Midwifery practice; critical illness, complications and emergencies. Berkshire, McGraw-Hill Education / Open University Press, 2012. 258 pp. (Case Book Series). [UW/Online]
  • Cohen WR, August P. Obstetric medicine: management of medical disorders in pregnancy: 6th ed. Shelton, CT, People's Medical Publishing House, 2013. 1138 pp. [UW/Online]
  • Robson SE, Waugh J. Medical disorders in pregnancy; a manual for midwives. Oxford, Blackwell Publishing, 2008. 302 pp. [UWB/Online]
  • Hendricks KM, Duggan C, Sonneville K. Manual of pediatric nutrition; basic science, clinical application; 5th ed. Shelton, CT, People's Medical Publishing House, 2013. 923 pp. [UX/Online]
  • AAP. Pediatric clinical practice guidelines & policies: a compendium of evidence-based research for pediatric practice; 13th ed. Elk Grove, IL, American Academy of Pediatrics, 2013. 5600 pp. [UX/Online]
  • Gunderman RB, Delaney LR. Radcases: pediatric imaging. New York, Thiema, 2011. 208 pp. (Radcases). [UX.Q/Online]
  • Moreno-Villares JM, Polanco I. Paediatric gastroenterology; an atlas of investigation and management. Oxford, Clinical Publishing, 2009. 156 pp. [UXU/Online]
  • Bush A, Davies JC. Paediatric respiratory disease; airways and infection: an atlas of investigation and management. Oxford, Clinical Publishing, 2011. 109 pp. [UXU/Online]
  • Robine J-M, Jagger C, Crimmins E. Healthy longevity; a global approach. New York, Springer, 2013. 382 pp. (Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics; 33). [UY/Online]

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X. Veterinary sciences

  • Beauchamp TL, Frey RG. The Oxford handbook of animal ethics. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 982 pp. [XA/23353]
  • Johnson N. The role of animals in emerging viral diseases. London, Academic Press, 2014. 344 pp. [XO/23255]
  • Gajadhar AA. Foodborne parasites in the food supply web; occurrence and control. Cambridge, Woodhead Publishing, 2015. 454 pp. (Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition; 288). [XO/23394]

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Z. Anthropology. Sociology. Economics. Management. Development

  • Meredith M. The fortunes of Africa; a 5000-year history of wealth, greed, and endeavor. New York, Public Affairs, 2014. 745 pp. [ZB/23277]
  • Giddens A, Sutton PW. Sociology; 7th ed. Cambridge, Polity Press, 2013. 1182 pp. [ZV/23300]
  • Sachs JD. The age of sustainable development. New York, Columbia University Press, 2015. 543 pp. [ZVM/23365]
  • Genest B-A, Nguyen T-H. Principes et techniques de la gestion de projets; 4e éd. Laval, Editions Sigma Delta, 2010. 516 + CDROM. [ZVU/23380 MDC/MCM]

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