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dividedsky

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two books, similar price. either one better than the other? necessary for intern year? what about the Philadelphia Inpatient Peds guide?

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The Philadelphia Guide is by far the best book for inpatient Peds I have found...really a must have.
 

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The Philadelphia Guide is by far the best book for inpatient Peds I have found...really a must have.

Agreed.:thumbup: I'm a 4th year right now; I've kept it with me during all my rotations. Great reading in between patients. I will say that I have ran into some residents who do not prefer it, but I would recommend that for anyone going into peds.
 
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