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Discussion in 'Elsevier' started by ELS Marketer, Mar 2, 2011.

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  1. ELS Marketer

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    Elsevier will giving away one copy of the following products to lucky members. Winners for each raffle will be drawn from among the members who post questions about the product or otherwise meaningfully contribute to the discussion.

    · Netter's Essential Physiology, By Susan E. Mulroney learn about the book here
    · Brody's Human Pharmacology, 5th Edition, By Lynn Wecker learn about the book here
    · Medical Genetics, 4th Edition, By Lynn B. Jorde learn about the book here
    · Medical Imaging of Normal and Pathologic Anatomy, By Joel A. Vilensky learn about the book here
    · Physical Diagnosis History and Examination, 6th Edition, By Mark H. Swartz learn about the book here
    · Surgery: A Competency-Based Companion, By Barry D. Mann learn about the book here

    Thanks for participating and Good Luck!
    Last edited: Mar 7, 2011
  2. Sinfest

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    Which of these books would be beneficial to a first-year medical student?

    Thank you
  3. Wiingy

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    Are there any plans to make these books available in a digital format that is searchable, easily upgradable to the next edition, and possible to annotate?
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    In regards to the Medical Imagining book, are the normal vs pathological set up in a side-by-side comparison? Also, that is the only book I would be interested in for this raffle.
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    Does Netters physio have anatomy integrated into it?
  6. ELS Marketer

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    Hi all -- i have added links to descriptions/details about the raffle books. hope this helps.
  7. BushidoBrown

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    Will there eventually be a Kindle/iPad edition or iPhone reference application for each title? What is usually the lag time between publishing a new edition and the availability of a Kindle edition of each text?
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  8. BloodySurgeon

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    Most schools do not include these books as required reading. What do you believe are the strengths that would influence the students to read these as supplements or as main source of information
  9. chutzpah

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    Does the pocket sized surgery companion book contain a digital version in the included CD-ROM or does that only have supplementary information?
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    I am interested in the medical imaging text, especially with my clinical rotations coming up. Could you post some same sample pages?
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    How have your books improved from edition to edition, further, how do you plan to incorporate new methods of book reading (iPad, Kindle, iPhone, Blackberry, netbooks) into your models. Do you think that it will be possible to release such books on a black and white reader such as the Kindle?
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    I would also like to know whether or not medical textbooks (these listed and others) would be available in an electronic format (just digital copies or interactive versions) in the near future. What do you think the time frame on this is?
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    Are these book available as apps for the andriod system? Thanks!
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    Doe's Brody Pharmacology have clinical cases incorporated in it to provide a deeper understanding of the pharmacology?
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    I would like to know if these books will be available in Tablet pcs formats?
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    Any plans to have these available as ebooks for my laptop? How are the illustrations for these books? How would you say they compare other standard med books?
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    hownowmauvecow mauve is the new brown

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    How often do new editions of these books tend to be released?
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    Going along these lines, these books seem like reference materials, is this something that needs to be updated often or is it designed to be a book that you can keep for decades and used as needed?
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    I really like Bates. How does Physical Diagnosis History and Examination compare with it?
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    Do any of these books have question books available, or have questions at the end of each chapter?

    Thanks!
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    Hi sinfest:
    the following items would most likely be most beneficial to a first-year medical student:
    Netter’s Essential Physiology
    Brody’s Human Pharmacology, 5th Edition
    Medical Genetics, 4th Edition
    Medical Imaging of Normal and Pathologic Anatomy
  22. iA-MD2013

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    Good question!

    Also, do any of these textbooks have practice questions (either at the end of each chapter or online)?
  23. BigBoosting

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    Is the online access that comes with some of the books only available for a certain amount of time (180 days, 1 year)? Or if you purchase the book, can you always access the online content? Would be good to have it for at least 2 years (MS1 & 2)
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    Hi All -- many of you have asked about eBook and digital formats....

    The value of most Elsevier books extends far beyond the printed page. By activating your titles on Student Consult, Elsevier's online solution for medical students, you can unlock and enhance the value of your textbooks and your study time, taking advantage of the free content, tools and resources available to you.

    We currently have over 300 titles that have access via Student Consult!

    When you purchase a book that has Student Consult access included, go to www.studentconsult.com and register or login. enter your book's PIN code in the box provided to activate your free online content and extras. You can find the PIN code under a scratch-off panel on the inside front cover of the book. You can access the book for the life of the edition (for most books it is typically 4 or more years) and will also be accessible for 12 months after the edition is no longer in print.

    Or, you can also gain instant access to any title on Student Consult with the "Go Paperless" eBook rental option, for flexible 3-. 6-, or 12-month subscriptions to the online content you need to fit your course schedule and study style.

    Once you've activated your books at Student Consult, you'll have instant access to:
    • The complete content of the book online, including downloadable images.
    • Bonus online-only content via Integration Links to other Student Consult titles, to help you see connections between diverse disciplines.
      [*]The powerful search capability across your entire library of activated titles.
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    For more information, go to www.studentconsult.com
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    Would the medical imaging book be appropriate for a radiology resident or is the material to basic?
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    +1

    My school requires Bates, but I have heard many mixed reviews about it. I was wondering if Swartz's book would be a useful companion text, or if it would present things in such a different way it would be confusing - knowing that the faculty is looking for things to be done the "Bates way".
    Thank you.
  27. Sinfest

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    Thank you :thumbup:
  28. ELS Marketer

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    Randomlogik--
    The book Medical Imaging of Normal and Pathologic Anatomy, By Joel A. Vilensky, is geared more for the medical student in years 1 & 2 when they are learning anatomy so it probably would be a bit too basic when in Residency. If you are looking for a Rad/Anatomy refresher, we have another book by the same author which is intended more for those in clerkship or residency:
    Netter's Concise Radiologic Anatomy, by Weber and Vilensky
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    Who is the Medical Imaging of Normal and Pathologic Anatomy designed for? medical students, residents or specialists?
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    Medical Imaging of Normal and Pathologic Anatomy is primarily designed for medical students
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    How does Brody's pharmacology compare to other review books for the Step I exam?
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    do you offer any books that combine the normal physiology, pathophysiology, and the pharmacology all into one comprehensive book? It would be useful to learn the disease, the normal baseline, and the drugs that treat it all in one place.

    Also, for the norm and pathophysiology book. are there picture comparison of the body fxns and images that are next to each other... How is the book organized.

    Thanks.
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    Hello,

    Does "Surgery A Competency-Based Companion" cover common surgical knots?
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    What sets "Brody’s Human Pharmacology" apart from other pharmacology books?
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    Can you tell me the difference between Robbins pathology w/ student consult vs professional edition?
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    Is the medical imaging of normal and pathologic anatomy book good for third year?
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    Netter's physiology is a neat book.

    I've never heard of the surgery book listed, though. How does that help a third year student on their surgery rotation?
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    I am also curious about the books that will help soon to be 3rd years going into clinicals. Could others aside from the surgery pocket book help for clerkships?
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    Does the surgery companion have any subspeciality tips or is it more of an overview. thanks.
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    Is the medical imaging book designed to be an exhaustive/thorough source or more of a pocket-sized quick reference guide to be used on the wards? Thanks.
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    I was wondering how useful Brody's Pharmacology would be to a pharmacy student, either as a lecture study aid or for NAPLEX prep.
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    How extensive is the infectious disease section of Brody’s Human Pharmacology, 5th Edition and does it contain clinical cases to reinforce concepts?
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    Does the Schwartz Physical Exam text come with a CD of videos of the physical exam or a pocket companion guide?
    Thank you.

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