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    Useful Books during Clerkships!

    Okay, I am new to this forum and I did a search but I didn't find anything on the topic of books for clinicals that was overly useful (maybe I didn't look hard enough).

    I am about to start clinicals, and I am wondering what books people would recommend. The ones they thought were aww inspiring, and completely worth looking at and buying????


    Any help would be greatly appreciated!


    Val

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    for ob/gyn I used case files which is pretty good for all rotations as a foundation and then blueprints to get the details

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    topic

    Its informative post provides a lots of information on topic and also use more suitable data here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megs564 View Post
    For surgery, I recommend surgical recall, pretest surgery and First Aid for Surgery. Also, there are a number of question books out there...the more questions you do the better (this applies to all rotations)
    DO NOT get surgical recall if you do not plan on going into surgery. Get it only if you want to impress attendings and you actually want to go into surgery. That book is completely useless for step II CK. IMO, even if you are going into surgery, you should worry first to do well in step II CK, and that surgical recall will probably hurt you in step II CK than help, due to the voluminous useless facts that are not relevant for the boards. Just my 2 cents

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    I started my rotation at Mount Sinai NYC. I was advised to get "EZ Pass Clinical rotation" instead of Maxwell.
    Ez pass is much better than Maxwell, more info, up-to-date and even quality of the print. I recommended it for any clinical rotation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jack320 View Post
    I started my rotation at Mount Sinai NYC. I was advised to get "EZ Pass Clinical rotation" instead of Maxwell.
    Ez pass is much better than Maxwell, more info, up-to-date and even quality of the print. I recommended it for any clinical rotation.
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    There is a book for surgery called surgical decision making that is really good. Includes a lot of algorithms.

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