Essential Med Notes 2018: Comprehensive Medical Reference & Review for USMLE II and MCCQE 34th Edition
Now in its 34th edition, Essential Med Notes 2018: Comprehensive Medical Reference & Review for USMLE II and MCCQE has been trusted by decades of students preparing for medical licensing exams. Students from the University of Toronto write and edit the entirety of the text with assistance and peer-review from the university’s faculty, so the book provides students with perspectives from their peers. Every year, new contributors and editors take over the reins to make sure that the content is up-to-date and thorough.
Featuring a new layout across every chapter, this edition enhances the reading experience with a consistent format and content updates to text, figures, and evidence-based medicine sections. Perfect for rounds and perforated so sections can easily fit in binders, this edition of Essential Med Notes includes a new Medical Genetics chapter, DMS-5 criteria in the psychiatry chapter, and additional books and online material.
This compilation of key facts is condensed down to the essentials that fit in a pocket-sized guide to common clinical management situations for in-pocket use during clinical rotations.
With a step-by-step approach to emergencies common in the wards, this on-call guide to hospital scenarios easily fits in pockets, so it can be on hand for reference anytime.
Downloadable and searchable, the full-color ebook allows readers to take notes and bookmark information on smart phones or tablets.
Toronto Notes Quiz App
Online access to the book’s question bank lets students test how well they understand and remember the material, all on their phones or tablets.
Toronto Notes Website
Designed for a user-friendly experience, the web platform’s additional learning resources include a color atlas, an imaging database, practice questions, relevant videos, and interactive training modules.
31 In-Depth Chapters
Anesthesia and Perioperative Medicine · Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery · Clinical Pharmacology · Dermatology · Emergency Medicine · Endocrinology · Ethical, Legal, and Organizational Medicine · Family Medicine · Gastroenterology · General Surgery and Thoracic Surgery · Geriatric Medicine · Gynecology · Hematology · Infectious Diseases · Medical Genetics · Medical Imaging · Nephrology · Neurology · Neurosurgery · Obstetrics · Ophthalmology · Orthopedics · Otolaryngology · Pediatrics · Plastic Surgery · Population Health and Epidemiology · Psychiatry · Respirology · Rheumatology · Urology · Vascular Surgery