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Surgical Recall, North American Edition [Paperback]

Lorne H Blackbourne
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April 1 2008 0781770769 978-0781770767 5
Thoroughly updated for its Fifth Edition, this reference for third and fourth year medical students on surgical clerkships enables quick study in a rapid-fire Q&A format. A perfect fit for a lab coat pocket, this book is commonly used as a quick review prior to surgical rounds as well as for board review. Purchasers of this edition will get both the print book and access to MP3 audio files of the entire text. All Q&A material will also be posted online in the form of electronic flashcards for self-quizzing.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars PIMP proof must buy Sept. 19 2009
Format:Paperback
This is a medical student's requirement to impressing your attending while in the operating room. It contains the facts and trivia of many surgical topics. The purpose of the book is to inform you of the most miniscule details and impress your attending during the operating room. It will not help you pass written exams, but it will help you feel less nervous when your boss looks you in the eye and says, "hey, how long do you think the small bowel is?".
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pimp book April 2 2010
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This is an excellent book for getting your attendings questions right, but it isn't going to help you for the shelf exam. It doesn't give clinical vignettes and doesn't introduce principles of managing conditions. Most of the surgery shelf exam has to do with managing post operative complications or how to manage a surgical patient as a medical intern. With that said, this book gives general information that a beginner needs to know ranging from where the surgeon stands and how to tie knots to how to classify orthopedic fractures. It is a good pocket book, but if you only have one source to choose to pass the shelf, leave this one at the store.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Key to success in the OR April 6 2010
By MedIT - Published on Amazon.com
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I found the OR to be an almost laughable game once I started reading Recall. The attendings would ask the exact questions in Recall in almost every case with very few exceptions. Knowing what case you are about go into and taking the 10 mins or so to read the relevant chapter or section in Recall made answering those questions very easy.

I never tried to read Recall from cover to cover. Doing so would be painfully difficult as it is truly just a list of high yield facts with very little interpretation or explanation.

Recall is organized around procedures / diagnosis and as such is of limited use as a reference for expanding a differential diagnosis in a case write up.

It is, however, an absolutely invaluable tool for surviving the OR.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Recall Book - Use it to prep for pimping May 6 2008
By jmmed - Published on Amazon.com
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Surgery is a difficult rotation in terms of content and time commitment. Therefore, it's best to study to maximize your time. This book will prepare you for surviving rounds and those pimp sessions while you are retracting. The book is well organized by topic and great to quickly review before discussing/encountering a particular patient. The book saved me several times during a long surgery. However, of note, to survive the shelf exam and osce, you will need a textbook as well. Good choices to supplement this book would be Essentials of General Surgery or First Aid for the Surgery Clerkship.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great for surgical rotations Nov. 9 2011
By Katherine Espine - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is great for those who don't have much time to read textbooks... it allows important information to be learned with minimal time!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Surgical Recall June 29 2011
By Diverse Diva - Published on Amazon.com
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I agree with previous reviews that this book should be a supplemental book not your primary tool for learning all that you need to know in surgery. At a minimum you should aim to get through all of the info in this book (minus the info in the surgical specialty section) during you rotation, but this book alone may not be enough to do well on shelf.
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