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Old 05-25-2015
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Default First Aid Editions

what's the difference between:-
-First Aid for USMLE STEP 1
-First Aid basic sciences general principals
-First Aid basic sciences organ systems
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The only thing you need to know is to get the first aid step 1. The other books have more details then this one. Probably just another way for them to make $$
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So I want to establish well knowledge of basis before getting into First Aid step 1 book , is Kaplan better or those ( organ system and general principals ) of first Aid ?
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for basic understanding, I would use rapid review pathology and read costanzo physiology. Both really good books.
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