This high-yield pocket manual helps medical trainees bridge the gap between science lectures and patient wards and build confidence with clinical skills
Filled with visuals and pearls, Huppert’s Notes emphasizes pathophysiology and evidence-based medicine to help improve clinical decision-making and differential diagnosis skills. It provides succinct descriptions of common medical conditions and disease states, proven tips on how to distinguish them, and the appropriate treatment course highlighted with conditions.
Huppert’s Notes succinctly organizes the foundational science covered early in medical school and provides a framework for clinical learning encountered in clerkship, and beyond. This marriage of pathophysiology and basic treatment principles helps you make clear sense of clinical concepts mechanistically, rather than through memorization. Created and road-tested by a resident, you won’t wish to be without this handy little guide.
Outline-format, diagrams, tables, and space for note-taking facilitate quick recall
Highlights must-know clinical trials guiding medical decisions
Provides sensitivities and specificities for diagnostic criteria