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PostPosted: Tuesday 28th of October 2008 12:09:27 PM    Post subject:

vishrut wrote:
Satoskar or Sharma is good for General Phamacology

K D Tripathi for the rest.....it is difficult to understand general pharmac from KDT

Also try reading Goodman & Gilman. It is a very good book. The book strengthens ur concepts very well.....

You are absolutely right but the thing is that its very difficult 2 read such a voluminous book in a span of 1 1/2 yrs of 2nd MBBS &later also!! icon_mad.gif
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