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    1. Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide 6th edition
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    Asin: 0071388753
    Catlog: Book (2003-10-14)
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
    Sales Rank: 20920
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Book Description

    The essential emergency medicine reference! Covers the gamut of emergency medicine practice in brief, clinically focused chapters. New to this edition are chapters on bioterroism and weapons of mass destruction, pharmacology of antimicrobials, antifungals, and antivirals, principles of drug interactions, endocarditis, and abdominal and pelvic pain in the non-pregnant patient. Pharmacologic considerations, tables of vital differential diagnoses, and observation criteria throughout are new features reflecting developments in this dynamic specialty.

    "considered by most in the discipline to be a bible of emergency medicine"
    --Journal of Family Medicine, review of fourth edition.

    ENDORSED BY THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars The Definitive Emergency Medicine Text
    As an Emergency medicine resident, the book is the centerpiece of my library. The new edition differs from the previous in the addition of two color text. Using two colors enables them to make the tables more readable. The text is longer than the previous edition. Each chapter is divided up into a short intro/description of normal, followed by etiology, pathophysiology, clinical features, treatment, then special considerations. The writing, as in the previous editions is concise and to the point. This text is priceless because it takes all the concepts and presents them in a clinically relevant way. This is very useful as a general review text, as well as a hands on while working text. Should be in all ED's as well as in all personal libraries of physicians who see patients in the emergency setting.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Downward Spiral on Autopilot
    *Emergency Medicine, A Comprehensive Study Guide* has long been a well-regarded standard emergency text, useful in day-to-day practice as well as for board preparation. This new edition has advanced the enlightened 'evidence-based recommendations' for changes in practice patterns, however, the lack of editorial control has resulted in a book packed with conflicting information. Each chapter is written by a different consultant, and unfortunately not all of them are up on this concept... we therefore get a series of conflicting statements when there is overlap in topics, and there is no attempt to reconcile this variability. Admittedly, opinions in much of medicine do vary; but outright conflict within a few pages in a standard text without discussion does harm to credibility.

    Further loss of editorial control is also evident on a close read. It is apparent that a spell-checker was used for proof-reading (substitutions of the nature of "week" for "weak" abound) and in some areas clinical formulae have been mis-stated -- example: calculation of effective osmolarity, pg. 1341 (though correct elsewhere in the book). The index seems somewhat disorganized, with references to isolated appearance of a word (example: see *first* reference listing to "hyperglycemia"... certainly not the definitive source in the text). This problem is not isolated.

    The book has expanded by approximately 500 pages over the 4th edition, totalling more than 2000 pages. Its size makes it unwieldly to read or carry; it should have been separated into 2 volumes. Even with that expansion, much useful information is missing. Though descriptions of EKG abnormalities in advanced electrolyte disturbance are adequately described, it certainly would have been an informational asset to actually include a picture of such characteristic tracings. Dermatology is similarly poorly pictured -- there are only 8 pages of color illustrations in the text, with nearly 2 pages wasted on 1)technique of foreign body removal (not needed in color) 2)a color demonstration of SPECT data -- well outside the range of information needed for the E.M. specialist, and not definitive, besides. Even worse, the illustrations interspersed in the dermatology section are simply black and white copies of the color text -- providing only suboptimal repetition.

    Bottom line: the *Comprehensive Study Guide* has been, and remains, a valuable text for an overview of the practice of emergency medicine; but either keep your 4th edition, or wait for the 6th.

    4-0 out of 5 stars This book is an excellent learning tool!
    This book is a great textbook of emergency medicine, and I've chosen it over others simply because it's comprehensive without the useless drivel. Each section includes the necessary anatomy and pathophysiological considerations for the respective disoders. The subset of conditions are mentioned with just enough facts to understand the morbidity to treat it. The pictures, diagrams, algorithmic flow-charts, and drug regimens are a nice compliment, however, most of your clinical experience is going to come from interships and residency, so to assume this book is all you'll need to get by in EM is crazy. I still think it's the best out there to read before putting your mind to work.

    4-0 out of 5 stars I'm Afraid to Give it a Bad Review......
    Do you know the true meaning of the words "Study Guide?" Well, what that means is that you must be able to achieve a passing score on the American Board of Emergency Medicine's Certifying Exam by studying nothing more than this book. And I believe it, since I have passed it twice studying basically nothing more than this book. While it lacks the broad panache of the "other" two volume tome, the idea that you can pass the certifying exam by memorizing this huge book is, well, it's sexy.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Mandatory (This is a Review of the Companion Handbook)
    Owning this book is simply mandatory--unless, of course, you are certain than neither you nor any loved one will ever need to be admitted to an emergency room. While I am by no means a physician, this thick little paperback has allowed me to make an informed assessment of the treatment that family members have received, and to make it easier for doctors and nurses to explain things to me. Aimed (as you can see from the other reviews here for the massive study guide for which this book is a companion) totally for physicians, it is assumed that the reader is familiar with medical terminology. But it isn't that bad, really--acronyms are usually defined when they are first used in each section, and I have found that a run-of-the-mill collegiate dictionary suffices for most of the anatomic and diagnostic terms. A Physician's Desk Reference would be most helpful for acquainting oneself with the drugs, dosages and regimens referred to in the book, and it doesn't hurt to have someone in the medical field you can query about procedures and policies. Basically, I see no reason why such information needs to be confined to those in the profession, and believe everyone should be aware of the mechanics of trauma treatment. Also, I have simply found it to be fascinating reading (the incredibly succinct description of the stages of child/adolescent development--from the point of view of the assessing ED physician--says more in two pages than all the oceans of ink that have been spilled--in newspapers and magazines--on the topic of children in our society). ... Read more


    2. Review of Medical Physiology (Review of Medical Physiology)
    by William F. Ganong
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    Asin: 0071440402
    Catlog: Book (2005-03-08)
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill Medical
    Sales Rank: 33599
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    Ideal for self-assessment and USMLE Step 1 review.Provides a current and concise overview of mammalian and human physiology. Thoroughly revised and updated, examples from clinical medicine have been integrated throughout the chapters to illuminate important physiologic concepts. Features more than 700 illustrations and a self-study section with 630 multiple choice questions. ... Read more


    3. The Weigh Down Diet
    by GWEN SHAMBLIN
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    Asin: 0385487622
    Catlog: Book (1997-02-17)
    Publisher: Doubleday
    Sales Rank: 58852
    Average Customer Review: 4.24 out of 5 stars
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    "We have been trying to feed our hurting, longing hearts with physical food," writes Gwen Shamblin, registered dietician and founder of the Weigh Down program, which emphasizes "God's power--not 'will power.'" This book offers instruction on how to eat only when physically hungry, how to "nourish the soul with a relationship with God," and how not to confuse different hunger urges. The diet plan teaches you not to overeat by letting you eat exactly what you want, but much less of it.

    The key is to understand hunger, recognize fullness, and sense what your body is really calling for. You learn to "rate" food by its appeal, and eat your favorite foods first, stopping when you're getting full (not waiting until you're stuffed). This is not a nutritional guide; in fact, Shamblin's own sample menu is high in fat, cholesterol, sugar, and salt. The Weigh Down Diet is, however, a guide to using your religious beliefs to help you stop overeating and see food in a new light. This book inspires you with scriptural passages, discussions of "God's rules" about eating, and assurances that God's love will help you win your battle with weight. ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars A Deep Solution to a Wider Problem
    Ms. Shamblin's food research has turned up a real answer to an age-old question. Not too amazingly, God has quite an opinion on this topic. Those who desire to live "by the Book" (and to be free of excess poundage once and for all) will find great hope and much help in her textbook. A "thinking person" cannot miss the depth and clarity of God's heart in this matter. The reality of her findings closely mirror most Biblical teachings--too simple of an approach to be taken seriously by the proud. After managing fitness centers for years, watching people struggle with weight problems, and battling with it myself, I cannot express how grateful I am to Ms. Shamblin for taking the time to search out every passage in the Bible that deals with food, eating, and God's wonderful plan for making it work in the real world. What a refreshing and sound approach to keeping weight in check in a society where being "on a diet" FOREVER is both depressing and unrealistic. Super book!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Why aren't Christian's healthier????
    Must be all the pot lucks? We need to keep our inheritance and keep good care of our temples. this book will help. I also like Jordan Rubin's "Maker's Diet" and Pastor Henry Wright's "A More Excellent way", which talks also about the spiritual casues for weight gain.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Cults are as Cults do
    If you could take the diet principles away from Gwen Shamblin and the Remnant church, then you might have something worth supporting. Unfortunately - she has become the idol of the church - and the church lives a cultish existence. Best not to get involved.

    1-0 out of 5 stars It Works!
    The title of my review is true! I am a former Weigh Down coordinater and a number of years back lost all my weight on this program! I loved Gwen's teachings and they brought me so much closer to God. Now a few years later I find she has left her church and started her own(The Remnant)It clearly states on her website that if you are not obediant to God you will not be saved.There is no Grace in her message.We are saved by grace not by works lest any man should boast.I am saddened by this change because this program had the capacity to help lots of people but due to her blatant twisting of the Word of God I must and with profound sadness no longer support her book, teachings or program. The better alternative is Judy Halliday's Thin Within. If you are still interested in Weigh Down I suggest a search on the Web where you can read for yourself Gwen's beliefs and the statements on her site.See www.remnantfellowship.org and read for yourself the statement of faith. God Bless you all in your walk with Him!

    5-0 out of 5 stars I've tried every diet and always come back to this one
    I started this diet in 1997 and went to the classes in addition to reading the book. I lost 5 lbs that time,but every time I would try other diets such as pills, shakes, etc I always came back to Gwen's teachings. Most recently I have lost 15 lbs from eatting when hungry and stopping when full and reading Gwen's book about praying to God for my needs when I want to overeat or eat when not hungry. I've had a weight problem all my life and I'll be 35 this year. I've been on anti depressants off and on thru out my life and those contributed to my weight gain. I couldn't lose the weight until I was off of Paxil. Most recently I tried Slimfast once again and I was so hungry and miserable I finally decided that there is no quick fix and go back to the teachings of Weigh Down because it does work. It's really up to you. It can work quicker if you are faithful to your own hunger cues. Like Gwen had said on one of her tapes, you may not win every battle, but you have to fight it. ... Read more


    4. Microbiology : Principles and Explorations
    by Jacquelyn G.Black
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    Asin: 0471387290
    Catlog: Book (2001-11-16)
    Publisher: Wiley
    Sales Rank: 132685
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Black has been a best-selling textbook for several editions due to its informal writing style and enlightening examples. The result of years of teaching and investigation, the authors student-centered writing style provides students with the background they need to truly comprehend lectures and classroom discussions. This text is appropriate for mixed major biology courses, allied health, agriculture and food sciences. ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Get this study guide
    This is an excellent study guide. It really soldifies the information of microbiology in a concise format that sticks to your brain. However, if you want to know the type of questions asked on microbiology exams, definitely get the following book:
    Microbiology Study Guide: Key Review Questions and Answers
    ISBN: 0971999635
    The author of the second study guide knows the type of questions teachers ask on exams. I used these two books in my undergraduate microbiology course and got a 92 average. Get both books.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent text for microbiology.
    Jacqueline Black truly has a way with with words. She has a very readable textbook. I have chosen this book for my Microbiology class. my students are primarily nursing students. The "extra" information she has included in the text adds a spark of reality to the text.

    5-0 out of 5 stars scholary,lucid explanation of microlife beyond; erudite only
    Whether college student or the advanced curious voyager into the Y2K this text gets you up to speed in genetics,disease control, environmental concerns presenting imponderable problems of the future. At least one can envision a thrust unifying many disciplines under one scientific roof. Ms black's text, while designed for the begining microbiology student, reads well with many appropo vignettes pertaining to the creatures around and within us. She vividly illustrates the bacterial kingdom so as to read much like a scientic novel--and here I am Sociologist. I cannot give her enough accolades for her work. ... Read more


    5. Review of Medical Physiology (LANGE Basic Science)
    by William F. Ganong
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    Asin: 0071402365
    Catlog: Book (2003-03-17)
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange
    Sales Rank: 59850
    Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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    Book Description

    This book provides a current and concise overview of mammalian and human physiology.Examples from clinical medicine have been integrated throughout the chapters to illuminate important physiologic concepts. The book includes more than 700 attractive and informative illustrations.A valuable self-study guide, which features content summaries, objectives, essay questions, and multiple-choice questions, is provided at the end of the book and is an excellent tool for students when reviewing for the USMLE and other examinations. ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars A good, concise & easy-to-revise summary of clinical aspects
    This book is one of the best Physiology books around. Although not primarily aimed at medical students, as it skimps slightly on the explanatory aspect, it is unique in the sheer amount of information it conveys. Not only that, it is very easy and quick to revise (for the day before the exams.) The amount of clinical information conveyed is very good and its section on endocrinology is unparallelled.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Premier Physiology Textbook
    This is the premier physiology textbook on the market, by far and away the best physiology textbook in the world for physicians and medical students. It is concise without being too brief and detailed without being boring. Whereas Guyton contains lots of extraneous words, every word in Ganong is designed to convey the maximum amount of information. This book is ideal for medical students; it allows the rapid assimilation of concepts with the appropriate level of depth. An added benefit is the fact that this book is revised every other year meaning it is always current. This text also has chapter review questions (Both short answer and MCQ) with answers (for the MCQ questions).

    5-0 out of 5 stars very great book
    It is very good book .
    It has very comperhensive & detailed infomation for what you want to know in medical physiology . It helps me greatly in my med. study .

    5-0 out of 5 stars A great book on physiology
    Ganong's book on physiology is the best physiology book I have encountered. It was difficult to read at the time, but all the details were important, and the knowledge helped me through many subjects later. It contains all the information you will ever need on physiology, and the index is extensive.
    If you want a fast-read, easy book, this is not it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars You must master this book
    If you intend to hit the 95th percentile or higher on the USMLE you must master the material in this book. Step 1 is the most important test of your life and if you try to get by with "First Aid" and the BRS book, you will be crushed by the competition. If you aren't interested in a competitive residency then it doesn't matter what you study. If you are interested in Radiology, Ortho, Plastic, Derm or Optho programs (which all demand applicants of the highest cognitive ability) then this is even more essential.

    Yes it is longer than most resources so get an early start and start outlining by the start of your second year. In fact, I would suggest First Years start memorizing as soon as they can. Don't forget STEP 1 is the most important exam that you will face far more important than the SAT or MCAT. I might even go so far to say that if you are a senior of junior in Undergrad and belive you can get into medical school and believe that you have the cognitive ability to do one of the hard residencies, then buy this book now and try to read 10-20 pages every day until D DAY arrives at the end of second year because if you blow step 1 then it is over and you will be doing medicine or path or family. FYI for Biochem master that book written by the guy from at Stanford, Pharm-Katzung, Path-Big Robbins Anatomy-Moore will suffice but Gray would be better.

    Read all those and you will destroy your competition.

    Good Luck with step 1!!!!! ... Read more


    6. Current Pediatric Diagnosis & Treatment
    by William W. Hay, Anthony R. Hayward, Myron J. Levin, Judith M. Sondheimer
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    Asin: 0071383840
    Catlog: Book (2002-10-18)
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange
    Sales Rank: 21280
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Book Description

    THE MOST CURRENT AND COMPREHENSIVESOURCE OF CLINICALLY FOCUSED INFORMATION ON PEDIATRICS

    NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART 16TH EDITION Everything clinicians need to treat children from birth and infancy through adolescence


    Puts at your fingertips at-a-glance diagnostic essentials and typical features of disorders, followed by clinical findings…differential diagnosis…complications…treatment…and prognosis Applies to both ambulatory and inpatient pediatrics Points you to the best sources of pediatric data online Provides the latest drug information, including medications for psychiatric disorders
    Offers expanded material on end-of-life care
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    A practical approach to pediatric disorders focusing on the clinical aspects of pediatric care and their underlying principles

    "This popular classic…is a well-written, up-to-date, general pediatric text that is a very useful reference work to have in one’s library." -- Emergency and Office Pediatrics (review of previous edition)"…this book is all you want and need to know about in your pediatrics rotations. …Definitely a must have for a good medical student with lot to learn and too little time…. All my med school classmates just wanted to have my book."*

    "An excellent hands on manual….This book is a great combination of up to date, accurate information in a clear and concise form. It gives you all of the details you need to make a sound diagnosis and is still easily readable. A great value and a solid buy for both in the office and the hospital."* *FIVE-STAR online reviews of the previous edition

    The Sixteenth Edition of this classic, comprehensive practitioners’ tool is packed with hands-on clinical information on ambulatory and inpatient medical care of children from birth through adolescence. Each section has been developed by an expert in his or her area of practice, providing you with:


    Essentials of diagnosis and typical features of each disorder, followed by general considerations, clinical findings, laboratory findings, differential diagnosis, complications, treatment, and prognosis
    Answers-at-a-glance tables, developmental charts, graphs and forms,located abundantly throughout the book
    Handy end-of-chapter lists of Web and other resources for further information

    THIS IS THE REFERENCE THAT LEADS YOU QUICKLY TO ALL THE AUTHORITATIVE GUIDELINES YOU NEED ON…


    Managing feeding and sleep disorders in infants and young children
    Managing colic
    Dealing with temper tantrums and breath-holding
    Diagnosing and treating attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
    Diagnosing Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
    Evaluating and treating autistic spectrum disorders
    Monitoringadolescent psychosocial development, including: risk assessment for depression and suicide…substance abuse…eating disorders…school avoidance and failure…birth control for the sexually active adolescent…adolescent rebellion and turmoil and much, much more
    Understanding the effects of caregiver dysfunction
    Working out the most effective system for telephone triaging and advice
    Responding to bioterrorism
    Choosing the correct therapy for poisoning cases
    Managing severely asthmatic patients
    Placing catheters correctly
    Diagnosing and managing skin disorders, including diaper dermatitis, acne, impetigo, ringworm, candida albicans infections, warts, scabies, pediculoses, eczema, psoriasis, alopecia, and more
    Diagnosing and treating disorders of the eyes and eyelids
    Recognizing symptoms of shaken baby syndrome
    Vision screening
    Managing learning disabilities and dyslexia
    Detecting and managing hearing deficits
    Diagnosing and treating congenital anomalies
    Treating glomerular diseases encountered in childhood
    Obtaining spinal fluid through lumbar puncture
    Managing the young epileptic patient
    Conducting an orthopedic examination expeditiously
    Minimizing blood transfusion risks
    Treating children with allergies
    Selecting appropriate antimicrobial agents for newborns and infants
    Effectively treating Lyme Disease and other spirochetal infections
    MORE! ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars PA Student
    My Current Pediatric Dx and Tx gets used every day in class. If you are required another book for classes, add this book as a supplament.

    5-0 out of 5 stars SUPERIOR METHODOLOGY; VERY COMPREHENSIVE
    Designed by experts, and with care; "Current Pediatric Diagnosis & Treatment" is one book that both paediatricians and GPs know too well. It covered every aspect of child's health-care in a way that would arouse envy in other texts. Its superior methodology is one factor that has kept its name above others. The authors of this book deserve tons of commendations. They did a fantastic job. Every chapter of the book speaks for them!
    Its illustrations are utterly comprehensive; and the frequency with which its information is updated ensure that only the most current advances in paediatrics are included.
    Very welcomed! Books of this quality would ensure that doctors (and medics) will always live upto their respective billings.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Children won't seem a problem with this book
    Everyone recommended big fat books of pediatrics, with lots of words and little answers. But this book is all you want and need to know about in your pediatrics rotations. With diagnostic essentials, getting through diseases just gets a lot easier, and with therapeutical answers, it just builds good doctors. I specially liked the chapter on antimicrobials and vaccines, so essential in pediatric care. Definitely a must have for a good medical student with lot to learn and too little time (at the end, that's what medicine is all about). All my medschool classmates just wanted to have my book.

    5-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent hands on manual
    This book is a great combination of up to date, accurate information in a clear and concise form. It gives you all of the details you need to make a sound diagnosis and is still easily readible. A great value and a solid buy for both in the office and the hospital. ... Read more


    7. CURRENT Obstetric & Gynecological Diagnosis & Treatment
    by Alan H. DeCherney, LaurenNathan
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    Asin: 0838514014
    Catlog: Book (2002-10-15)
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange
    Sales Rank: 68858
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Book Description

    Completely revised and updated, this comprehensive reference provides the latest clinically relevant information on all aspects of women's health care. New contributors offer up-to-the-minute reports on late pregnancy complications, multiple pregnancy, third-trimester hemorrhage, and infertility. ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Best choice for medical students
    Best choice for medical students who desire an introduction to Obstetrics an Gynecology. Includes guidelines for treatment. The first book at this speciallity for newcomers. ... Read more


    8. MP: Human Physiology with OLC bind-in card
    by Stuart Ira Fox
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    Asin: 0072440821
    Catlog: Book (2003-02-11)
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
    Sales Rank: 79402
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    9. Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology (7th Edition)
    by Elaine N. Marieb
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    Asin: 0805353852
    Catlog: Book (2002-06-26)
    Publisher: Benjamin Cummings
    Sales Rank: 59416
    Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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    Book Description

    Award-winning author Elaine N. Marieb brings her unique understanding of readers' specific needs to this popular book. Marieb's clear and friendly writing style emphasizes the relevance of anatomy and physiology to readers' lives and careers. It clarifies concepts, defines key terms, and offers just the right balance of anatomy, physiology, and clinical coverage to make the content complete without being overly detailed.For instructors and students, or anyone interested in anatomy and physiology. ... Read more

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    3-0 out of 5 stars Tolerable
    This book has some useful diagrams and illustrations. It's easy to read, but seems a bit too simplified at times. Also, I think the editors were a bit lax on the writing, personally. The CD quizes are helpful for review.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Informative and highly understandable textbook
    This book filled with great informative pictures and information that makes any college A and P student's life a lot easier. I used this book for anatomy and physiology class I and II. The book is easy to read and it is a powersource of knowledge. The book is not tedious nor boring to read. In fact, it is quite interesting and was a pleasure studying from. If you want to know the type of questions asked on college anatomy and physiology exams, get the following which is also on amazon:

    Anatomy and Physiology Study Guide: Key Review Questions and Answers with Explanations
    Volume 1 (ISBN: 0971999619)
    Volume 2 (ISBN: 0971999627)
    I used these three books and got an A-.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Just completed an A&P class using this book as the text...
    ...and I've got to say, this book is heavy going.

    It was certainly my perception -- and seemed to be consensus among many of the students -- that this textbook is mediocre. Several of us in the class were also taking medical terminology in another class; about midway through the class we discovered that each of us had separately taken to using our medical terminology text ("Language of Medicine," Chabner) as our primary text for the A&P class also, because we all found it much more user-friendly and felt we were absorbing a lot more information than we were with this book. (And this subset of the class appeared to be doing considerably better on exams than the rest of the class as a whole.)

    If this is the designated text for a class you're taking, you don't have a whole lot of choice (but you might consider buying the Chabner book too, to lower your stress level!); but if you DO have a choice, I wouldn't recommend this book.

    5-0 out of 5 stars AARON, JANE E. THE LITTLE, BROWN COMPACT HANDBOOK 3D ED,NY:
    LAB MANUEL: HUMAN ANATONY AND PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY MANUEL, 6TH EDITION, BY ELAINE MARIEB

    TEXTBOOKS: AARON, JANE E. THE LITTLE, BROWN COMPACT HANDBOOK(3D EDITION.)NY: LONGMAN, 1998BLOOM, LYN Z. THE ESSAY CONNECTION(6TH ED.) BOSTON: HOUGHLIN MIFFLIN, 2001.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A superior survey text of human anatomy and physiology.
    Marieb's latest edition provides the beginning anatomy student with a readable and informative text. The reading level is best suited to undergraduate students, and the photographs and diagrams stimulate student interest and understanding. Especially useful are the sections on "Developmental Aspects" of anatomy, which includes morphological and physiological changes from embryonic to geriatric stages. While this edition includes updated information since the 1997 edition, some professors and students may prefer the 5th edition (1997) because it is in hardback; the 6th edition is available only in paperback as of this review. Either edition is superior to other texts aimed at similar audiences on the basis of its clarity, readability, and organization. ... Read more


    10. A Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic Test (Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests)
    by Frances Talaska Fischbach, Marshall Barnett, III Dunning
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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars A USEFUL DIAGNOSTIC GUIDE
    This elaborated lab manual is very useful for reviewing all the procedures currently employed in clinical laboratories. It covered all the important aspects of investigative medicine like: microbiology, biochemistry, immunology, pathology, haematology and histology.
    "Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic Testing" provides diagnostic guidance; as well as conclusive interpretation to every aspect of clinical lab investigations.
    It is a manual, which both trainees and experienced practitioners should pay attention to.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A 'BIBLE' to all the medical laboratory technologists ...
    This is one of the best book intown for medical laboratory workers.Other than providing the normal values and the procedures of all kind of test , this book also gives explanation of test , clinical implications , interfering factors, patient preparation , and aftercare .

    A comprehensive , up-to-date diagnostic reference source not only for medical laboratory technologists, but also clinicians , educators and students . ... Read more


    11. Assessment in Speech-Language Pathology : A Resource Manual, 3E
    by Kenneth G. Shipley, Julie G. McAfee
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    Asin: 1401827519
    Catlog: Book (2004-03-08)
    Publisher: Thomson Delmar Learning
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    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    This is the number one best seller in Delmars communication sciences list and is a cornerstone resource for clinicians working with the gamut of communication disorders. This new edition has a completely updated design, with the addition of a second color to highlight key content. The book has been updated to include two new chapters on foundation of assessment and multicultural issues in assessment to make this the most comprehensive resource manual on assessment in speech-language pathology. It continues to offer users a wide range of procedures and materials for obtaining and interpreting assessment data, and reporting assessment findings to clients, caregivers, and other professionalsall of which are directly applicable to clinical work and are useful instructional tools for students.To help the clinician and student access more specific disorder and assessment information, each chapter concludes with a section called Sources of Additional Information containing references and websites. This new edition comes with a free CD-ROM containing additional resources and the forms from the text in several formats for users to download, print and photocopy, and modify for individual clinical use. ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars The best speech path book
    this book is an excellent resource for aspiring speech language pathologists.....it provides great charts in a convenient ring binder.....

    5-0 out of 5 stars Invaluable Resource for Speech-Language Pathologists!
    I am an SLP and work in a hospital setting and have found this to be an invaluable resource while working with clients of all ages. It takes what you've learned as a grad student and sums it all up into a useful resource that you'll use over and over again.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful resource for assessing clients of all ages!
    I use this as a text in my Diagnostic Procedures Class which I teach at So. Il. Univ. @ Edwardsville. This book has tables, norms, and forms for diagnostics in a variety of areas. I wish I had this book at my disposable when I was doing work as a staff therapist. It takes the best diagnostic information from a variety of texts and puts it in one book!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Resource
    This is an incredibly useful resource! It contains all of the information and forms you need to informally assess a range of speech and language disorders. ... Read more


    12. Articulation and Phonological Disorders, Fifth Edition
    by John E. Bernthal, Nicholas W. Bankson
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    Catlog: Book (2003-08-08)
    Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
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    Unlike many similar books currently on the market, thisreference does not prescribe a single approach to phonetical disorders.Therapists are nowgiven a choice of methods with this eclectic perspective on the nature, assessment, andtreatment of this type of communication impairment.Currentresearch data, coverage of dialect and information on the use of technology in clinicalphonology is included in this updated version of the classic in the field of phonology. Theauthors have eloquently synthesized the literature so that readers can view clinicalphonology from a broad perspective.Designed for speechpathologists. ... Read more


    13. Intravenous Medications 2005: A Handbook for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals (Intravenous Medications)
    by Betty L. Gahart, Adrienne R. Nazareno
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    Published annually to provide the most current IV drug information possible, the 2005 edition of Intravenous Medications is updated throughout with hundreds of new drug facts and approximately 10 new monographs for IV drugs recently approved by the FDA. More than 350 drug monographs are presented alphabetically by generic name in a clinically useful format. Each monograph heading includes the drug's generic name, pronunciation, trade name(s), drug category, and pH. Monograph sections include: usual dose; pediatric dose; infant and/or neonatal dose; dose adjustments; dilution, including storage; compatibilities; incompatibilities; rate of administration; actions; indications and uses; contraindications; precautions, including monitor, patient education, maternal/child, and elderly; drug/lab interactions; side effects; and antidote. All drugs are listed in the index by generic and common trade names, as well as by pharmacologic action. Appendixes offer useful information on handling cyto ... Read more


    14. DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS FOR MEDS
    by Anna M. Curren, Laurie D. Munday
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    Asin: 076685938X
    Catlog: Book (2001-10-17)
    Publisher: Thomson Delmar Learning
    Sales Rank: 18850
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    Book Description

    Calculating dosages has never been so easy!Dimensional Analysis for Meds is a completely self-instructional learning tool created to simplify clinical calculations.Utilizing the method of dimensional analysis, the material is presented in a helpful format that encourages step-by-step learning. ... Read more


    15. The Exceptional Child : Inclusion in Early Childhood Education
    by K. Eileen Allen, Glynnis Edwards Cowdery
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    Asin: 1401835961
    Catlog: Book (2004-07-07)
    Publisher: Thomson Delmar Learning
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    Book Description

    This text is an authoritative guide for teachers, parents, and all related early childhood personnel who strive to design and implement quality programs for children who are developing normally and for those with developmental or behavioral challenges. The master teachers who have authorized this well-respected publication emphasize offering each child individualized learning opportunities that are developmentally appropriate and workable within a classroom that accommodates both normally developing and exceptional children. Particular attention is paid to including parents in the design of their childrens learning programs and to the inclusion of exceptional children in the classroom setting. A current, extensive list of Web sites complements the books content. ... Read more


    16. Life-Span Development, 9e with Student CD and PowerWeb
    by John W Santrock, John Santrock
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    Asin: 0072878762
    Catlog: Book (2003-05-12)
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
    Sales Rank: 57171
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    This best-selling, learning style-focused textbook is designed for thechronologically organized human development course.It is widely adopted for being the most accurate and up to date text available.Included in this new edition are the largest number of 21st century citations of any text on the market, a streamlined chapter organization and Learning Goals-driven learning system, and thoroughly integrated coverage of culture, ethnicity, and gender. ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Educational Resource
    This book describes the very essence of life in a definite and distinctive way. There are no underlying factors or confusing verbage. The reader can simply investigate a topic of interest while receiving the information in its complete totality.

    The format of this book is simply wonderful. Santrock does an excellent job in allowing the reader to not only expand upon early life-span development . . . But he also introduces the reader to the various theories that helped shaped life-span development. In this book you learn of Vygotsky, Erickson, and Piaget and many, many others.

    I personally found this book to be of great help during my graduate studies. It provided me with practically everything that I needed on the subject of "development" and was a #1 source of reference in all practicums and papers.

    I am exceedingly happy that this book has renewed another edition and look forward to adding this updated version to my already sprawling collection.

    4-0 out of 5 stars The book is nicely articulated and well organized.
    I found the book to be a wonderful resource, and it is filled with an abundance of significant information. The book also presents a great understanding of lifespan development and articulates the knowledge in a clear way. College students should find it an easy read, along with many nice pictures and helpful tables.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Very brief explanations of Life Span stages
    Although the book is very colorful and has many articles that can help people use the knowledge in everyday life, the chapters (divided into life stages) are very sketchy and have very little new knowledge for college-aged students. ... Read more


    17. The Ethics of Health Care
    by Raymond S. Edge, John Randall Groves
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    Asin: 0766805182
    Catlog: Book (1998-10-05)
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    Sales Rank: 127252
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    This book introduces readers to the basic principles and language of ethics in health care. It provides a background in value development and ethical theories, including numerous real-life examples to stimulate discussion and thought. Many challenging exercises enable learners to explore the theoretical positions introduced in the book and practice their own decision making skills.New sections on: *Genetics *Organ donation *Transcultural aspects(values, real-life, decision-making, ethics, Allied Health, Healthcare, genetics, organ donation)ALSO AVAILABLE - INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDER Instructor's ManualISBN: 0-7668-0519-0 ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars A good text for allied health and nursing students.
    This is an excellent introduction to health care ethics. Covers theory and principles and ethical decision-making in the first several chapters and the major issues in health care in the remaining chapters. The writers don't bog down in discussing these issues as do some current texts in bioethics. Very readable. Does not have cases so if one uses this for instruction a book with a collection of cases is needed (i.e. Cases Studies in Allied Health Ethics by Veatch and Flack). ... Read more


    18. Physician Assistant: A Guide to Clinical Practice
    by Ruth Ballweg, Edward M. Sullivan, Sherry Stolberg
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    Asin: 0721600174
    Catlog: Book (2003-04-01)
    Publisher: W.B. Saunders Company
    Sales Rank: 161638
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your time
    This book is too verbose, painful to read, out of date, and will simply gain dust on your bookshelf until you finally throw it away. Don't waste your money on this piece of junk. As worthless as the MEDEX program Ballweg heads, I'd say.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A Good Help for Boards
    I felt this book is worthwhile to supplement studies for certification and recertification for national boards. ... Read more


    19. The New Glucose Revolution: The Authoritative Guide to the Glycemic Index--the Dietary Solution for Lifelong Health
    by Jennie Brand-Miller, Thomas M.S. Wolever, Kaye Foster-Powell, Stephen Colagiuri
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    Asin: 1569245061
    Catlog: Book (2002-12-10)
    Publisher: Marlowe & Company
    Sales Rank: 4810
    Average Customer Review: 3.59 out of 5 stars
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    Forget the high-carb, low-carb debate. The glycemic index (GI)--a measure of carbohydrate quality based on how quickly a food raises blood-glucose (blood sugar) levels--is the dietary key to health, say the authors. Contrary to other diets that treat carbohydrates as all alike, The New Glucose Revolution divides carbos according to their GI into two categories. One is high GI (less desirable): carbohydrates that break down quickly during digestion, leading to fast and high blood-glucose response. Examples are baked potatoes, sports bars, instant rice, corn flakes cereal, and baguettes. The other is low GI (more desirable): carbohydrates that break down slowly during digestion, leading to a gradual glucose release. Examples here are pasta, whole grains, fruit, legumes, and yams.

    A low-GI diet is especially recommended for people with diabetes, abdominal overweight, and Syndrome X, say the authors, who have strong medical, nutritional-science, and diabetes education credentials. They explain the importance of understanding GI values, how GI is determined, health applications, and how to choose low-GI foods and balance the overall GI load. They give cooking tips, menu ideas, and 47 recipes. A 68-page table gives the GI values of many foods, including brand names. The New Glucose Revolution is recommended for health-conscious readers who want to understand the glycemic index and how to incorporate it into their diet. --Joan Price ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Works and Makes Sense--If You Read the Details
    This is an excellent book for learning how to eat in such a way that you naturally move towards your optimal weight, and do so without hunger if you're overweight and need to lose.

    A few of the previous reviewers apparently skimmed through the book and/or missed many of the qualifying details provided in the book about foods. Potatoes indeed have a high GI value: the bigger and older the potato the higher the value. So those small young red potatoes have a lower GI value than those big white Idahos most of us eat. Also, the authors stress that the goal of this approach is not to condemn all "high GI" foods and avoid them like the plague; the goal is to learn how to balance them out with sufficient low GI foods that you don't provoke the classical insulin spike associated with high GI foods.

    And the approach is not a "high carbohydrate diet." The GI values specifically measure carbohydrates and their different effects--as measured in the lab-- on insulin response. Meats, fish and dairy are pretty much "no GI" foods (as are a large number of vegetables by the way), and the authors encourage us to eat them abundantly (but to tilt towards the lean side of the meats and to still make sure we don't overeat). The main idea with meats, cheeses and other high protein foods is that they are "calorically dense" and that you can easily overeat them, the more fat they contain the easier.

    This is not a "plug and chug" kind of a dietary approach. The authors expect their readers to be reasonably intelligent and mentally hard working in devloping their individual eating plans. The GI values were not simply "invented" because they sounded good in theory. They were discovered as a result of extensive experimentation with human subjects and extensive post-eating blood draws.

    If you want a brain-dead approach that will simply tell you "this food is good, this food is bad" or that will tell you "today is Tuesday, this is what you can have for lunch" than this book is not for you. You are going to have to exercise your brain cells as well as your fork and your cardiovascular system (exercise is strongly encouraged) if you are going to get anything out of this approach.

    In the very few weeks I've used this approach I've already lost 13 pounds with no discomfort whatsoever and a fair amount of "cheating" (actually there is no cheating in this approach. If you pig out on a particular food at one time you simply adjust your eating plan accordingly for the next day or so and proceed. Forget the guilt). If you want to take it slow and easy, just remember to throw in some veggies with every meal, and try to have a low GI fruit with every meal as well (and horrors!! another contradiction!! Bananas are both "good" and "bad." Young bananas that are still very slightly green have a tested low GI value; older bananas with a lot of black spots on them have developed their sugars and now have a high GI value. Focus on eating slightly green bananas and forget the paranoia about them).

    The whole process is about learning which foods have low GI values and which foods have high GI values, and of thowing in some low GI foods whenever it seems appropriate and convenient, remembering that meats, poultry, fish and dairy are essentially "no GI" foods and including them in their lean incarnations as much as possible.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Better than the original edition
    This book has had one BIG use since its first edition: the introduction of the concept of Glycemic Index (G.I.) which makes it clear that not all carbs are created equal. The G.I. measures how fast the carbs in a food get translated into glucose (which travels in the blood). As most diabetics should know (I am one of them -Type 2, since October 2002), violent blood sugar rises is something that most people (athletes excepted, ocassionally, perhaps) should avoid. This is where this book's meat and bone truly lies: the presentation of this concept plus very useful tables (a ton of pages of them!) of G.I.'s of most foods, which should come in handy when choosing what to pick in the grocery store or the restaurant.

    On the flip side, there are some VERY conflicting views presented in the book: "the most important message is that the diet should be low in fat and high in carbohydrates." (quote from page 55). This thought disturbed me, after a year of successfully applying a low-carb lifestyle. With the new edition the above approach was not changed, but rather a new concept was introduced: that of the Glycemic Load. Think of it as a sort of weighted average that combines the quantitative (amount) component of carbs with the measure of the glycemic index (more on the qualitative end), yielding a net measure that should be a better indicator of how healthy a particular food is for you. It's too soon to say whether this Glycemic Load concept has any positive effects at all, but it makes perfect sense. To err on the safe side, I will give the book 4 stars: improved if you compare it with the original edition, but too soon to know whether it will work or not.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The New Glucose Revolution
    As a PCOSer who has struggled with her weight since puberty, I highly recommend this book. It is useful not only for the information but is balanced and clear. This isn't a "diet" but information on what affects PCOSer, IR folks, Diabetics and Pre-diabetics and how to avoid the insulin issues. In the last 6.5 months I have lost 75 lbs, 51 1/4 inches, increased my energy and strength (along with exercise) and gone down 10 sizes. I don't count calories, I don't deny myself, I eat healthy food. And this book has helped me do this.

    1-0 out of 5 stars environmental sociologist reports on the book
    If it ignores biochemical individuality and pretends that all foods have the same effects on all bodies, the book is worthless and very dangerous nutritionally. It will certainly help some, though that is only because around 50% of people in the world would apply to its recommendations. For instance, foods can have different effects in different bodies.

    If you want to know more about your body type before you begin a nutritional program, I suggest the following books instead. Most of the information presently known is from the sympathetic system side and very little is known about the autonomic, though these recommendations can protect you from such false suggestions of a 'common good program' for all people. Know thyself, before you make a nutritional plan. With the following books you can:

    Day, Phillip. 2001. Health Wars. Kent, England: Credence Publications.

    Wiley, Rudolf A, Ph.D. 1989. Biobalance: The Acid/Alkaline Solution to the Food-Mood-Health Puzzle. M.D. Foreword by Howard E. Hagglund. Hurricane, Utah: Essential Science Publications.

    Kristall, Harold J, D. D. S, and James M Haig, N.C. 2002. The Nutrition Solution: A Guide to Your Metabolic Type. M.D. Foreword by John R. Lee. Berkeley, California: North Atlantic Books.

    Kliment, Felicia Drury. 2002. The Acid Alkaline Balance Diet: An Innovative Program for Ridding Your Body of Acidic Wastes. Chicago, Illinois: Contemporary Books.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Confusing
    Confusing and dissappointing. I couldn't make heads or tails of this. The structure of the book dosen't make sense. Too bad. ... Read more


    20. Clinical Orthopaedic Rehabilitation
    by S. Brent, Md. Brotzman, Kevin E. Wilk
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    Asin: 0323011861
    Catlog: Book (2003-01-01)
    Publisher: C.V. Mosby
    Sales Rank: 195447
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    The 2nd Edition of this respected reference continues to provide state-of-the-art, practical guidance on the evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of patients with orthopaedic problems. Organized by anatomic region, this resource covers everything from initial examination and differential diagnosis...through treatment and postoperative rehabilitation. Its user-friendly organization offers fast access to protocols developed by internationally recognized othopaedists as well as physical and occupational therapists. ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Congratulations Brent & Kevin!!! A really excellent work!
    The new edition 2003 of this book compared with the old one of 1996, has a lot of new chapters in rehabilitation with a lot of photos of rehabilitation exercises and methods writting by an excellent, well - known physical therapist Kevin Wilk. It covers a lot of topics in modern Orthopaedic rehabilitation. With personal experiences of 25 years treating patients, I recomend this book to all Physical Therapists in Greece!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome orthopedic reference
    This book is an awesome reference for outpatient rehab progression. Provides conservative through aggresive rehab protocols. Allows for comparison of various protocols

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is an outstanding reference of rehabilitation protocols
    Clinical Orthopedic Rehabilitation offers numerous protocols for specific injuries and surgical techniques. It is an excellent supplement to basic rehabilitation books. Information on the basic principles of rehabilitation is limited but it a great tool for an experienced certified athletic trainer or physical therapist to use in developing and implementing protocols. It is also written and referenced by leaders in the field of orthopedics, offering a few different protocols for each injury/surgical technique discussed. ... Read more


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