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Netter's Physiology Flash Cards, 1e [Cards]

Susan Mulroney , Adam Myers

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Aug. 5 2009 1416046283 978-1416046288 1 Flc Crds
Netter's Physiology Flash Cards, by Susan Mulroney and Adam Myers, is the perfect resource for fast and fun reinforcement of key physiologic knowledge! 200 cards, beautifully designed in the Netter tradition, offer the perfect streamlined review to help you learn essential facts and mathematical principles easily, efficiently, and at your own rate of study. Cards feature images and questions on the front-with answers and short commentary on the reverse.

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Flash Crds Nov. 13 2009
By Rebecca Russel - Published on Amazon.com
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A great study aid especially for those of us who have been out of school for a while. I have been reviewing the cards, since I am told that most of the students in Dental Assisting have to repeat the anatomy & physiology classes. I am trying to get ahead so this helps get a jump on it. The color cards are great and the detail on back is very helpful because without it I would be sitting and saying, "what?" This product goes great with NEtter's Anatomy Flash Cards.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great addition to text books. Feb. 20 2011
By Laura - Published on Amazon.com
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I use these cards as a study guide and a reference tool. If the book you are using doesn't explain things well, these cards will help you to understand some complicated concepts by using great graphics. By using the graphics on these cards along with my text book I could easily visualize what was being explained. The cards are much more portable than a large text book, so I was able to take the ones I needed with me to study anywhere.
They are easy to refer back to now that my class is over. If I need to look a certain concept up, I can see all of the vital information easier and faster than going through all the extra information that a text book provides.
25 of 32 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Love / Hate thing. Own both the Anatomy and Physiology Cards Oct. 10 2009
By Anatomy Student - Published on Amazon.com
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Here's the thing, there are things about the Netter's Anatomy and the Netter's Physiology Flash cards that make them hands down the best, but there are also a lot of problems.

I own the Anatomy cards and just received the Physiology cards today.

The Lymphatic System / Immunity not even touched.

The Blood, not touched.

The Anatomy and the Physiology cards are so hyper-detailed, that you can't get a plain look, they are very good and detailed for most of everything, but much left out in Physiology and organization of cards is terrible. Especially the Anatomy cards. Physiology cards much better organized, but to me, too much focus on obscure and not enough on what's important.

Sure over-detailed can be great, but cards need to have a plain zoomed out view too. I'd love to have a card that showed sort of global view of things too. Show me the arteries of the whole arm, not just zoomed in.

We're working on Lymphatic System now in class. System not even touched in cards. Same for blood, no cards to quiz me on agranular, granular, etc.

So probably the best cards, especially for med students, but like I say in my original below, may be too much for nursing students and not focused on the right stuff.


The only way I'd buy the Netter's Physiology cards is if you own the Netter's Anatomy cards already.

In theory, owning both the Netter's Anatomy and the Netter's Physiology Flash cards should be the most complete set over any other brand where they are combined. (Simply more cards total with both sets of Netter's cards.)

Here's some of my complaints about the Netter's cards. Between the 2 sets, there is not a single card that I've found on "The Blood."

Some of the Physiology cards need to be in the Anatomy set and vice versa.

In the Netter Anatomy cards, there is not a single picture on the sections of brain. The only brain pic you get in the Netter Anatomy cards is for vessel anatomy. Vessel anatomy would have been better off in the Physiology set over the anatomy set, but the anatomy set should have brain lobe anatomy.

Now there is a brain pic in the physiology cards under the Endocrine section, but that doesn't help if you're in A&P 1 and only bought the Netter's Anatomy cards. I was in A&P 1 last semester and the Physiology cards hadn't even been released yet. I just received my Physiology cards today and am in A&P 2 this semester.

Another example, the ear Anatomy is in the physiology set, not the Anatomy set. I did special senses in A&P 1, I needed that last semester.

In the Physiology set is a card on Neuromuscular Junction, again needed that in A&P 1, not 2.

Reproduction System looks weak in the Physiology cards, I haven't looked hard though at that yet.

If you still want to buy the Netter cards, you need both sets, because neither set is good enough alone. If you can't afford both, stay away from the Netter cards and look at the Kaplan Anatomy cards. (Friend of mine has Kaplan cards, so I've seen them) The Kaplan cards are organized by system and even though less total cards, I'd have to say more complete.

The organization of the Netter cards is simply horrible. As a set, they are nice cards with some important stuff still missing (The Blood), but apart, I cannot suggest either alone.

What the publisher needs to do is organize these cards in line with a book like Principles of Anatomy & Physiology by Gerard Tortora.

I don't have a problem with a seperate set of cards, again in theory that's more cards and more complete than other combined sets that are out there like Kaplan, but also again, you need the 2 Netter's together because cards that should be in the Anatomy set that you need for 1st Semester of A&P aren't even there, you need the physiology set to get them.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great tool for A & P Class/Lab Nov. 26 2012
By Cindy McCullough - Published on Amazon.com
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I use these more than the book, they have numbers without the answers on one side so you learn the parts and can turn over to verify you are correct. It has a little more info than an into course requires, but the advanced classes are yet to come and I love these cards. You can select the exact ones you need to work on for each chapter or lab and leave the rest at home in the box. Love them!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic study aid Feb. 15 2011
By MD - Published on Amazon.com
These flash cards are an excellent tool for any medical or graduate student studying human physiology. The cards present users with flow charts, graphs, or diagrams and ask relevant questions. The flip sides of the cards give detailed answers as well as clinical correlations. These questions test users' understanding of the material rather than memorization of facts. Using these cards was incredibly beneficial for reviewing information or learning it for the first time. You can carry these cards anywhere, impress your friends with your vast knowledge of the human body, and impress professors with high exam scores!

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