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    EM momEM mom
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    In reviewing for my “new” career of Emergency Medicine (I hope!) I have been pulling old books off of my shelf and came across 2 great ones for ANY medical student (or health science student).
    How to interpret an EKG-Dale Dubin, MD
    Netter’s Anatomy-Frank Netter, MD

    Anyone else have some “must reads”-including fiction, autobiographies, medical books, whatever…please share!

    #31201
    drsoondrsoon
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    “The Vulvodynia Survival Guide”
    By Howard I., Ph.D. Glazer, Gae, MD Rodke

    And “The V Book”
    By Elizabeth G. Stewart, Paula Spencer

    They are reccommended on the website of UCLA’s Female Urology/Sexuality Center.

    For fun reading;
    “How to Be a Great Lover”
    by Lou Paget
    Fun read that delivers. ‘Nuff said!

    #31202
    maggie52maggie52
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    Yearly Pocket Pharmacopoeia

    #31203
    EM momEM mom
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    Oh yeah, and don’t forget “Sanford’s Guide to Antimicrobials!”

    #31204
    MelissaGrayMelissaGray
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    I really like this EKG book:
    12-lead ECG: The Art of Interpretation
    by Tomas Garcia

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