By Philippa J. Easterbrook MB BChir BSc(Hons) FRCP DTM&H MPH
Written for applicants sitting their MRCP half 1 exam, this revision makes a speciality of the habitual topics which arise within the questions. The ebook additionally features a bankruptcy on medical pharmacology (which on my own debts for as much as 30% of the questions), facets of drug-induced ailment and drug interactions. eventually there's a bankruptcy on information and epidemiology which is never lined in different texts, yet is frequently incorporated within the exam.
- Helps MRCP half 1 applicants arrange for and move their exam.
- Addresses an more and more vital subject within the exam.
- Addresses an issue that's important to passing the examination, yet which such a lot applicants are poorly ready for.
- Covers the entire proper uncomplicated technological know-how topics plus contains scientific pharmacology.
- Is of use to applicants learning for different postgraduate checks comparable to PLAB, USMLE and MRCPCH.
- Is the 1st e-book of its type within the club marketplace and is now considered as crucial for examination preparation.
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