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Data Interpretation features in all clinical assessments in medical school and on hospital rotations. This book contains subject-based chapters giving notes on how to deal with the kinds of data that doctors need to interpret in every day practice. It includes tables, diagrams and flowcharts and each chapter features Don't forget' boxes.
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This book is an indispensible guide in interpreting the full range of clinical data encountered daily on all wards and in OSCE examinations and should be a part of all medical students book shelves James Duffy, Medical Student, ManchesterJ --James Duffy, Medical Student, ManchesterFrom the Author:
Data Interpretation for Medical Students has been written not only to help you pass examinations, but to enhance your understanding of the commonly requested tests in medicine. This will hopefully benefit both you and your patients when you become a qualified doctor.
These cases are designed to emulate real life, and will test your interpretation of a wide variety of data. Detailed answers are provided to ensure that you understand the information.
The book has been designed very much with ease of use in mind. It can be read from cover to cover. Alternatively, the reader may like to `dip in and dip out' as necessary.
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Book Description Pastest, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111904627668
Book Description PasTest, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1904627668