Revision Notes for MCEM, الجزء 1
This is the only book that MCEM candidates will need to pass the MCEM Part A exam. This revision guide is framed around the most recent CEM syllabus, focussing on all the components of the exam and covering the basic sciences as they apply to Emergency Medicine. Each section of the book is tailored to match different elements of the syllabus, allowing candidates to revise efficiently and comprehensively. This concise revision tool is completely up-to-date, reflecting the latest developments in the examination. High quality artwork and a bullet-point style help candidates to absorb information quickly. The author is a successful MCEM candidate and Specialist Registrar in Emergency Medicine, and brings his considerable experience to this text.
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