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Ok, all ye fellows out there. Have 600$ left of my book allowance. What pulm/cc books should I be investing in?
 
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bumping this thread for any vent (?physiology) book recommendations.

thoroughly comfortable with lung pathology but I still get a little lost when the RT and attending start talking nuts/bolts during weird vent situations.
 
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bumping this thread for any vent (?physiology) book recommendations.

thoroughly comfortable with lung pathology but I still get a little lost when the RT and attending start talking nuts/bolts during weird vent situations.


Are you confortable with Lung physiology?


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bumping this thread for any vent (?physiology) book recommendations.

thoroughly comfortable with lung pathology but I still get a little lost when the RT and attending start talking nuts/bolts during weird vent situations.


Let me answer before so you feel I'm trying to make fun of you.
If the answer is yes then this

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If the answer is meh/a little/ don't know then this

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Sorry to revive an older thread. Any recommendations on books or modules for learning to interpret thoracic radiology, namely CT chests and plain chest films? I'd like to become more comfortable and accurate with reading chest radiology, at the level of a pulmonologist rather than radiologist. Thanks.
 

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I know a radiology resident at Columbia who recommended Felson's Principles of Chest Roentgenology. It tests your knowledge in a mad lib fashion, apparently a great beginners book.

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