Review of Surgery for Students

  • Review of Surgery for Students
Author : Krishna Adit Agarwal, Avantika Singh
ISBN: 9788184451672
Year: 2014
Pages: 308
Binding: PB
Publisher Name: Peepee
Price: Rs.375.00
About Book
Review of Surgery for Students is aimed at providing the most concise and high-yielding information to undergraduate students preparing for their surgery final professional examination. This book is based on the Indian examination pattern and features a point-wise approach to topics. It has been written keeping in mind the last minute examination stress faced by students and it strives to help them retain the matter and answer well in the examinations. Only the must-know line diagrams have been included in the book. These diagrams are easy to remember as well as draw in the exam and will help achieve higher scores. There is a special section on “Surgical Instruments” which includes descriptions and pictures of the most commonly asked instruments in the surgery viva voce examination. This section is bound to enhance the students' scores in the practical examination. The chapter “Principles of Anesthesiology” focuses on the must-know concepts of Anesthesia and will help the readers answer any related questions easily in the examination. Some miscellaneous questions have been detailed in a separate chapter to complete the review of surgery in the most extensive yet concise fashion. This is a must-have review book for all medical undergraduates and if used judiciously along with the various standard textbooks of surgery, it will surely help the students perform brilliantly in their medical school examinations. Authors: Dr. Krishna Adit Agarwal- MBBS Alumnus of Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi, India. Founder of I-MediSTAR -Innovation in Medical Science, Technology and Research
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