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Description Presents a way to learn about the anatomy of the human body. This title explores anatomy from four different perspectives: Regions - includes surface and functional anatomy Systems - includes conceptu... more

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Description Presents a CD-ROM collection of John Murtagh's bestselling titles: General Practice, (3e), Practice Tips, (4e), and Patient Education, (4e). It provides the GP with a searchable reference tool for use... more

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AdvantagesSuper clip-shut case

DisadvantagesNo blood pressure measuring item

...The background As a female medical doctor (not currently practicing), it was important to me that my daughter had her very own doctor kit. Traditionally such kits were surreptitiously marketed to boys and nurse's kits to girls. Fortunately we have friends who feel the same way, and my daughter has received three such medical kits over the years. Two come with a soft bag and the third - this...

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Satisfactory

AdvantagesCheap and smells great

DisadvantagesThin, runny and nasty on my scalp

...The Real Thing Some products have an unmistakable smell. Freshly baked bread for one. Strawberries are another example. And then there's Vosene medicated shampoo. Anyone who has ever come into contact with this shampoo knows that it smells magnificently and hugely of tar coal? something that I have no idea what it is or how it helps your hair but it has to be good because, as it says in...

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Super

“A medical mixture.”

published 23/07/2012

AdvantagesAn interesting book.

DisadvantagesMay require a little medical knowledge to understand some things.

...The Medical Miscellany is a book that has been written by Manoj Ramachandran (who is an orthopaedic surgeon amongst other things) and Max Ronson (who is a freelance journalist), and is as the name would suggest in a bit of a round about way - it is a miscellaneous collection of anecdotes and whimsical items that relate to the world of medicine and nursing. It looks at medical musings down...

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