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IM Rotation- what book should I have?

Discussion in 'Medical Students - DO' started by doom, Jun 12, 2002.

  1. Any suggestions for a good pocket guide? for H & P's and clinical diagnosis? Any suggestions would be greatly apprecitated. THanks. :)
     
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  3. emedpa

    emedpa GlobalDoc 10+ Year Member

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    Taking an Away team....
    The washington manual is a good general pocket reference.
    degowins is also helpful for the physical exam portion.
    good luck-e
     
  4. lumbrical

    lumbrical Member 10+ Year Member

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    Washington manual is good for a little extra background reading, but I carry the Ferri manual when I am admitting patients/writing H&Ps, as I think it's better for thinking through the presenting complaints a patient has. Once I've got the patient established on the service, I'll start my reading with the Wash manul for rounds, etc.

    Also good:
    ePocrates or Pharmacopeia for drugs
    A MUST HAVE, for me: the little Maxwell quick medical reference book; best $9 I've spent in med school - notes, labs, tons of info in a tiny book!

    good luck
     

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