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Cardiology book

Discussion in 'Cardiology' started by Chalazion12, Apr 15, 2007.

  1. Chalazion12

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    I am looking for a good and concise book for medical students interested in cardiology. I am planning a rotation in the field and would like to have some basic information and not look like a complete dumb ****.
     
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    Thanx. But how to open Blue print Cardiology? Its in html format, supposed to be a rar file.
     
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    I used Washington Manual Subspecialty series - Cardiology. It is pretty thin, very thorough, it could use an update as is from 2003, but it is dead on in terms of the depth of knowledge required for cardiology. Cardiology is very EBM heavy, and all the literature is cited well in this book.
     

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