Final MB: A Guide to Success in Clinical MedicinePaperback
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- Publisher: CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE
- Format: Paperback | 292 pages
- Dimensions: 138mm x 212mm x 16mm | 381g
- Publication date: 2 November 2005
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 0443100497
- ISBN 13: 9780443100499
- Edition: 4, Revised
- Edition statement: 4th Revised edition
- Illustrations note: 121 ills.
- Sales rank: 444,947
This is a new edition of a very successful book designed to provide students with advice about how to prepare for and carry out their clinical OSCE examinations in general medicine. As well as giving examples of how to carry out the clinical examination, it also lists descriptions of typical cases in each medical specialty and at the end of each chapter lists the key questions that are most frequently asked. It also covers the key practical skills required for the OSCE exam as well as giving an overview of the communication skills section.
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Every final year has to BUY THIS BOOK TODAY! Deservedly popular, it has earned its place as the final year student's best friend. Providing practical advice and a structured approach to all topics in general medicine, covering the clinical examination, signs and their interpretation, common questions and subjects likely to be asked and handy lists of causes that you can rattle off to impress your examiners. Equipped with diagrams, colour photographs, ECGs, Chest and Abdominal X-rays and so much more, this book walks you through clinical medicine, leaving you confident and well-prepared for the dreaded finals! This new-and-improved edition is exactly what you need in the anxious run-up to the exams - it really is that good! Tell all your friends! It's modestly priced, but worth its weight in gold, and to each of the four authors: thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you!"Medical Student, Imperial College, UK" This book is simply excellent...In essence, it deals with anything likely to arise in the Medicine component of the Final MB examination, and should leave the reader confident, able to reel off aetiologies and differential diagnoses, and perhaps most importantly, be able to give a polished performance."Medical Student, Cambridge University, UK"
Table of contents
Part 1 - General Principles An overview of the examination Equipment Part 2 - OSCEs - Clinical Skills General approach The cardiovascular system The respiratory system The gastrointestinal tract Renal medicine Endocrinology Neurology Rheumatology Dermatology Upper limb, lower limb, and face Part 3 - OSCEs - Practical Skills The electrocardiogram Radiology Certifying death Interpreting blood results Other practical OSCE stations Part 4 - Ethics Part 5 - Evidence-based medicine