Medical Reference Guides
- By: Neil Chanchlani
From “pocketcards,” sets of plastic cards that can fit in your trouser pocket or purse, to “pockettools,” sets of credit card sized information, Medical Reference Guides gives you the essential facts and quick overviews of topics that medical students and junior doctors are expected to know. Organised well, with clear headings, bold titles, and coloured tables and graphs, these compact guides are informative and visually stimulating.
From broad topics, such as neurology and cardiology, to narrower subjects, such as diabetes and pain management, pocketcards are a useful way to rapidly read over vital information the night before an exam, the morning of a ward round, or even during an afternoon tea break—for those of you who want to get ahead.
You can find a guide for any major topic in the medical curriculum. They vary in size and additional features, such as pictures, examples, and charts. The electrocardiography pocketcard even