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Medical Books

Discussion in 'Annoucements' started by shopmebook, Mar 6, 2017.

  1. shopmebook Member

    If there’s something more common in India than becoming an engineer, it is the desire to become a doctor. Classes, textbooks, even the expensive entrance medical books, lots of time and even more money go into the middle-class’s fervent ambition of seeing their children become a doctor. So, when one has finally gone through all the exams and books and expectations and fees, how does one become good in what they do, because, being part of the medical profession doesn’t exclusively becoming a doctor. You can be a nurse, you can be a microbiologist, you can be a zoologist, you can be a psychologist; the possibilities are endless, differing from each other in their subject matter, their textbooks and their roles. To become good in what you do though, is tough. One way to do it is by reading good medical books.
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    Below is a list of some medical books, which might just help you, irrespective of how you are connected to the field of medicine.
    An Advanced Laboratory Manual of Zoology

    We all know how difficult it is to perform experiments perfectly. And when these experiments involve living, breathing animals…well, you have a life in your hands. In that case, you can always get this textbook to make sure that all your experiments go smoothly, and that there’s no room for doubts.
    Industrial Microbiology
    Ah microbiology. Working with microbes is always a tricky business, what with contamination and what not; moreover, jugaad in labs is a necessity. To make sure that your grip on the theory side is good enough, this medical book will serve as an ideal textbook for you when you dream at making your career in microbiology.
    Psychology For Nurses
    Psychology is always a tricky business, especially in the times we live in. For people in the field of taking care of patients however, this is as important as their medical expertise. If you’re or you plan to be associated with this noble profession, it is this medical book that can help you handle people better.
    Dermatoglyphics In Genetics and Medicines
    A medical book on the link between a person’s fingerpint and her/his health? Sounds far-fetched, but then everything that we have in medical advancements would have sounded the same to your grandparents. This not-too-heavy textbook is worth a read, if just to satisfy your curiosity.
    Dermatoglyphics In Genetics and Medicines
    When you’re going to join a profession where you’re could save a life one day, but be unable to do that on another day, it is no easy job to be doing. More than theory or practice, at that point you need advice from someone who has been a part of the profession; however, there can’t be many someones who have close to fifty years experience and can write it down as well. Aye, this is not a textbook, technically speaking, but this medical book is definitely worth a read.

    Ok, fine; this isn’t a textbook, or not a medical book. But this is a story is about a woman who broke norms and was one of the first to become a surgeon, this side of the gender divide. Inspirational women are always a welcome boost for our society; what better medical book than this, for all the aspiring medical professionals?

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