We can’t update Part II and not update Part I, so here’s the updated clinical guide, Use of ALS to Identify Fluids on the Body. There’s much less new here, but it’s nice to be complete. Let me know if I’m missing something, but I think all the peer-reviewed literature is there. Please don’t read one clinical guide without the other–much of what is contained in the ALS for Bruising guide is applicable, particularly as it concerns understanding the underlying science of how ALS works and its limitations.
Have you checked out the FHO store lately? You can find our newest research brief, Aging Bruises Based On Color, plus our original guide, Injury Following Consensual Sex. Both available now for electronic download.