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vishrut
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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.....

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mszp12415
Aim NEET PG

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


mightchillout


mszp12415 wrote:
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
i agreee.....i'm jus strugglin with KDT plus katzung...


vishrut
Aim Other

KDT is decent....I feel u can read it easily.....

The thing wid voluminous books like Goodman & Gilman is dat u should learn to skim-read.....filter out watever is not needed n read wat is necessary n learn to read faster.....for dis go by ur instincts as well as by wat is taught in class....

Remember skim-reading i.e. reading faster many times is better than reading slowly line by line once....


mszp12415
Aim NEET PG

vishrut wrote:
KDT is decent....I feel u can read it easily.....

The thing wid voluminous books like Goodman & Gilman is dat u should learn to skim-read.....filter out watever is not needed n read wat is necessary n learn to read faster.....for dis go by ur instincts as well as by wat is taught in class....

Remember skim-reading i.e. reading faster many times is better than reading slowly line by line once....

Plz tell me more tips ab8 skim-reading icon_biggrin.gif


vishrut
Aim Other

Well....read KDT first.....based on the topics given in KDT read G & G.....remember use G&G as a reference.....if u keep it as ur main book it will be difficult.....


mszp12415
Aim NEET PG

Thanx 4 the reply


prankur
Aim AIIMS

handbook manual of goodman gillman is cood n concise

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