Description

The book has been designed for the PG aspirants. The PG entrance exam requires a holistic yet focused approach. Students require a PG entrance examination book which covers all the topics in all the subsets of Pharmacology . The book will cover the important points from PG medical entrance perspective and will answer the related MCQs. The book caters to all the topics necessary for solving the frequently asked MCQs in the major entrance examinations, with authentic questions, correct answers, elaborate explanations and references from the standard text books. The book also provides a synopsis which caters to the basic needs of 2nd year MBBS students who want to refer to this book for quick review of important points from PG entrance examination point of view and their theory and practical exams. It has been widely acknowledged that pharmacology is a difficult subject with the main problem being an inability to recall. The structure of the book is such that it is very easy to read, grasp, and recall any point of importance with respect to postgraduate entrance examinations whenever required. It is an attempt to make pharmacology as easy and less time consuming as it can be made for the student without omitting even the minutest detail that might be of importance from the examination point of view.


Key Features:-

  • Extensive coverage of the topic in a crisp and concise format
  • Simple and lucid style of writing
  • Bullet-wise presentation of facts making it very simple and convenient for a quick revision just bef
  • A more up-to-date information about the drugs available in the market
  • Presentation of data in the form of tables and figures for a faster and better grasping of informati
  • Coverage of all the recent MCQs of almost all of the postgraduate medical entrance examinations

More Details about Smart Study Series (SSS) Pharmacology, 2e

General Information  
Author(s)Krishnamurthy
PublisherElsevier Science
Edition2
ISBN9788131231104
Pages480
BindingPaperback
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearJanuary 2012