Sabiston Textbook of Surgery: The Biological Basis of Modern Surgical Practice (Expert Consult Premium Edition - Enhanced Online Features and Print) (Anglais) Relié – 9 mars 2012
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Sabiston Textbook of Surgery is your ultimate foundation for confident surgical decision making. Covering the very latest science and data affecting your treatment planning, this esteemed medical reference helps you make the most informed choices so you can ensure the best outcome for every patient.
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Comparing the 17th and 18th to this 19th edition: alot of vital and critical information has been omitted. In fact if you read this you are likely to not to benefit much in terms of new knowledge. If this is your first sabiston then you may be like wow buy if you know what the potential of this book was previously....you may probably fling the 19th edition out the window.
In my opinion this is a GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT for me and a waste of USD $160.49. I can even sell it cause its underpar and no other surgical resident will want it. I regret not buying the 18th edition instead.
If you are a medical student and want a brief overview....good book for you.
If you want to be a surgeon, poor book, they have skipped over alot of pathophysiology, surgical anatomy, anomalies, etc....its a long list. This book is just a disaster.
anyway the choice is yours and you were informed.
After getting through no less than thirty-three chapters (that's almost half the book--yikes), I realized that while I was learning technical details about gastric banding and colon resection, I was neglecting to focus on what medical students should be focusing on--the basics of preop/postop care, when to use medical vs. surgical management, principles of anesthesia, and a few basic ideas on surgical treatment. I switched to using "First Aid for the Surgery Clerkship", whose length and content were much more appropriate for studying for the shelf exam.
Aside from that, it is difficult for me to critically assess the content because I am not a surgeon or intending to pursue surgery. However, there were a lot of grammatical errors and misspellings that didn't do much to instill confidence in the reader. At worst, the plethora of errors comes of as ignorant; at best, it reads as careless and rushed.
I'll finish by saying that this book does have a place, but not for a medical student. I have several clinical textbooks (Harrison's and Cecil's among them), but this one is just too technical and detailed for those of us not intending to pursue surgical specialties post-medical school. This is worth saying since it is one of the listed books in many surgical clerkship syllabi, and while mildly useful as an occasional reference, should not be used as the main source for clerkship exam preparation.
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