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very useful but basic
on 8 February 2009
Firstly this is a book for interpreting labs results and clinical tests. It has nothing to do with statistics or clinical trials. It is excellent, clearly explained and quick to read. I discovered this book in my final year and actually wish I'd known about it sooner, the level is fairly basic (but enough for finals) and I would imagine a lot of it most medical student will already know by final year, that said I can't recommend it highly enough for first year clinicals. If I had read the explanations of LFT and ABG interpretations right at the start of my clinicals it would have saved me a long time trying to work them out for myself. It is the kind of book you only really need to read once so it might be worth borrowing it from a friend or library.