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  1. SharecareAlex

    Free (Giving away) Sharecare YOU - medically-accurate software with a free demo

    Hi, We are the development team of a just-released, medically-accurate software application with 3D, living, breathing organs that you can explore, dissect and in some cases, even fly through. We would like you to try our free demo version that is a sneak peek at the full version of Sharecare...
  2. SharecareAlex

    Test Tools Sharecare YOU - medically-accurate software with a free demo

    Hi, We are the development team of a just-released, medically-accurate software application with 3D, living, breathing organs that you can explore, dissect and in some cases, even fly through. We would like you to try our free demo version that is a sneak peek at the full version of Sharecare...
  3. S

    Selling MCAT Books (2017 Berkeley Review set, Examkrackers (10th ed), Kaplan (2nd edition), etc.

    Hey guys, I wanted to sell my MCAT books now that I have been accepted into medical school! Let me know if you are interested! Examkrackers 10th edition: 120$ OBO Kaplan 2nd edition: 50$ OBO Berkeley Review 2017 for new MCAT: 350$ OBO Just Message me for the other books. If you buy any of the...
  4. Kenyonmedic

    Advice for a veteran

    So I would first like to say I have visited my pre health advisor, but getting definitive answers seems awkwardly difficult. If any of you reading this can provide some insight I will be very grateful. - Service: 4 years as a medic in the 82nd airborne (army) - my numbers: 90 credit hours, GPA...
  5. J

    Army medic experience and injury

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  6. frosted2

    Baby medic!

    Greetings friends, As I have wrapped up my class and successfully passed registry (thank the LAWD) I figured I would come get some opinions/advice. I have had overwhelmingly positive feedback from my preceptors, but there is always room to improve IMO. For those of you who were medics, what is...
  7. J

    Are Antibiotics and Sterile dressings necessary in emergency kits?

    I'm packing a small kit for emergencies and because of a lack of space I don't have room for a neosporin tube. This got me thinking: In a critical emergency situation, in which reliable help and treatment is on the way, is it really necessary to use antibiotics or even sterile dressings?