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Medical Mnemonic Comix - Pericardial Disease & Arrhythmias
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A compilation of mnemonic sketches covering pericardial diseases and arrhythmias. A real must-have for medical students! Be sure to look for the other books in the 'Medical Mnemonic Comix' series!
Hi-Yield Compendium: Cardiology
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The Hi-Yield Compendium: Cardiology provides excellent cardiology review for Steps 2 and 3 of the USMLE and COMLEX. The major cardiologic disease states are covered, providing review of etiologies... More > and risk factors, diagnostic technologies, including screening, confirmatory, and gold standard tests, and management and treatment modalities. Health maintenance fundamentals and preventive medicine measures as they relate to cardiovascular health are also included for optimal boards preparation. For those taking COMLEX, osteopathic principles relevant to heart health are integrated into the text.< Less
Boards Boot Camp Hi-Yield Compendium: CARDIOLOGY - Level 2
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The Boards Boot Camp Hi-Yield Compendium: Cardiology - Level 2 is a first-of-its kind boards review text written exclusively for level 2 COMLEX and designed to include medicine fundamentals along... More > with core concepts critical to Level 2 COMLEX. Such core concepts include health maintenance, diagnostic technologies, preventive medicine, and osteopathic principles, all as they relate to the study of cardiology. These concepts are integrated seamlessly with the review, and are presented along with features of the various disease states, diagnostic criteria, management principles, as well as demographics and prognoses. All aspects of the book are constructed to meet the new and heightened challenges for cardiology on the newer COMLEX Level 2 exams. This is a must-have review text for level 2 COMLEX!< Less
Asbestos Through the Years
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This book of poems describes how asbestos has affected people through the years. It tells about the history, the diseases, the anguish suffered by both the victims and the families involved. My... More > husband died from mesothelioma on the first of June 1997 and it was devastating to find his death was caused because there were people who wanted to make a "buck" regardless of the lives that were lost. It is just heart-breaking to receive a diagnosis of any disease caused by asbestos and know that it is going to kill you through no fault of your own.< Less
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