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Pocket Books

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by Peeshee, Aug 29, 2002.

  1. Peeshee

    Peeshee Senior Member
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    What pocket sized books do you recommend for the following rotations---

    Gastroenterology
    Cardiology
    Pneumonology

    Thank you!
     
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  3. Fanconi

    Fanconi Senior Member
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    I recommend getting a PDA and downloading whatever you need (Harrison's might not be a bad start, and would cover those subjects) to it. Save yourself the neck and shoulder strain, man.
     
  4. DocWagner

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    Cardiology: Personally, I think the final pages of Dubins' text copied and put in your coat are quite handy. I have carried them for 2 years. (333-346 of the 6th ed)

    GI: dunno. Washington manual is as good as any.

    Pulmonology: I found the Washington Manual or Ferri to be good with "The ICU Book" to be a great reference at home.

    Harrison's / Cecil just tend to be long-winded for the floors.
     

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