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apma77

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hey guys i will be starting CA-1 in july. what would you guys recoomend as reading before i start. I do have baby miller. which chapters should i be paying most attention to?

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BassDominator

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I think a lot of programs have you read baby miller cover to cover in the first few weeks/months. Other good books CA1s have pointed out to me: Clinical Anesthesiology from the Lange series, Anesthesiology Review by Faust. If you like questions, there's a pretest book for Nurse Anesthesia.... it's obviously meant for CRNAs, but it's also good for CA1s.
 
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