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FIRST CHOICE FOR PULMONARY PHYSIOLOGY
* Offers a tried-and-trusted route to learning pulmonary physiology
* Provides you with objectives at the start of every chapter
* Summarizes key concepts at the end of each chapter with locators indicating the location of the material in the text
* Makes learning easier with enhanced illustrations of all essential concepts
* Reinforces learning with new study questions and clinical examples at the close of each chapter
* Explains difficult concepts thoroughly, without oversimplification
* Covers respiratory function under stress—exercise, altitude, and diving
* Offers the best review for the USMLE Step I
* Provides handy appendices of symbols, gas laws, equations, pulmonary function decision tree, and normal values table
STUDENTS LOVE LEVITZKY
“A wonderful book for anyone looking to learn pulmonary physiology ... concise and complete ... very readable and accessible to people with little to no experience in physiology and respiration.”
“Must have.... Perfect book for respiratorist and medical student.”
--online student reviews of the Fifth Edition --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The information in this book is so outdated. It should be banned.Published 4 months ago by CBrandon Fisher
I had the privilege of being taught by the writer of this book. A perfect companion to any Med-Phys course. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amazon_User
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Dozens in just the two chapters I have covered so far. Essentially any formula that is inline with the text of a paragraph has errors. Read morePublished on October 9, 2010 by R. Williams
I purchased this book as an adjunct to my required textbooks for anatomy and physiology class for CRNAs. It is concise and well organized. Read morePublished on April 29, 2010 by Anne M. Parson
Great book! In great shape and was shipped faster than I ever anticipated from Amazon!! Thank You!!Published on April 21, 2010 by Jeremy M. Ussery
I could not recommend a worse book. You are better off with a BRS series or Lippincott's Pathophysiology. Read morePublished on April 8, 2010 by ms1