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Ferri's Practical Guide: Fast Facts for Patient Ca&hellip by Fred F. Ferri MD  FACP
Ferri's practical guide is written and primarily aimed at the practicing doctor. It is designed to be a compact edition so that it could potentially be carried around in a doctors bag to be used for quick reference.

The first section of the title has some useful information for the student as it addresses the essentials of history taking and ward work. Following on from this in a section on "the labs" you askew presented with the whose who as such of investigations that are available in the USA, some of which aren't available in the UK and then a formulary.

The second section is highly useful if as a medical student or doctor you are looking for a quick list of… Read more
Crash Course Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 3e by Chidimma Onwere MBBS  Bsc (Biochemistry)
Crash Course Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 3e by Chidimma Onwere MBBS Bsc (Biochemistry)
The crash course series is perhaps alongside the At A Glance series one of the most popular series of titles for medical students to review when revising for their medical school exams. The series now has many titles within it but not all of them are essential, this title however I would propose is one of the core titles within the series.

Crash Course O&G is one of the most up-to-date titles with this series written primarily for the UK medical student audience. It is extensively referenced to the latest Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Green Top Guidelines and other authoritative texts on the relevant topics. As a text it is concise and to the point without… Read more
SBAs and EMQs in Psychiatry for Medical Students (&hellip by Neel Sharma
Psychiatry is a specialty that you will either find very easy to take a history with and draw up impressions of what may be going on or it is a very challenging one. Knowing your main aspects of the common conditions and how they present is very key as this can make the specialty much easier.

When I began to use this title I certainly found that it has some challenging questions which in some cases have very subtle differences between the different options. It's made challenging by looking for specific aspects of diagnosis for example or giving a list and asking for the one that's not a diagnostic criteria or risk factor, requiring you to really know your conditions… Read more

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