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First Aid for the USMLE Step 1
“Definitely a must for Step 1. Good images, great high-yield info, wonderful index, great buzz-word association section, and helpful reviews of other medical texts at the end. You’re making a big mistake if you don’t pick this one up.” --Student reviewer from South Carolina

“First Aid is your bible. Read it, study it, know it. I honestly believe that if you had this book memorized cover to cover and nothing else, you would do very well on the USMLE Step 1.” --Online student review

First Aid for the USMLE Step 2 CK
“Excellent resource for Step 2 and clinical rotations. Succinct, yet high yield.” -- Medical student, Cornell

“High-yield facts and excellent illustrations. . . my primary preparation source for the USMLE Step 2. A key book to own.” -- Medical student, UCLA

First Aid for the USMLE Step 2 CS
“The practice cases alone make this book very useful for the prospective examinee. It’s easy to get used to having an H&P form on the wards—the practice cases help remind the student how to focus an exam on the symptoms and history that the patient provides.” --Medical student, University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine

“An excellent review for this new CS exam.” --Medical student, Drexel

First Aid for the USMLE Step 3
“First Aid for the USMLE Step 3 is the only review book that prepared me for the new CCS portion of the exam. This book is full of easy to remember mnemonics and algorithms that make studying for Step 3 less of a chore, especially during internship. I have not seen a more complete, concise Step 3 review.” --Resident, University of Pittsburg Medical Center

First Aid for the Medicine Clerkship
“. . . Highly distilled, has quick easy-to-read facts/pearls, and leaves out the crud. I lost mine but am constantly wanting to go back and review it. I may just buy it again, even though I am done with my Medicine rotation and I am pursuing Surgery.” --Online student review

“Gives you the key facts about many diseases. . . information that will help you answer questions during rounds and on exams. . . It’s easy to get through, which is important since there’s so much to learn during the Internal Medicine rotation (and not enough time!)” --Online student review

First Aid for the Orthopaedic Boards
“This is a valuable initial and last-minute review for the orthopaedic boards. Due to its succinct overview of each subspecialty in orthopaedics, it would also be valuable to younger residents about to begin that specific subspecialty rotation. This would give them some basic knowledge for “pimp” questions as well as direct their reading to increase their fund of knowledge.” --Resident, University of Kentucky


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