The only way to enhance your knowledge about various medical topics is to read as many books as you cam. You can know the ins and outs of medicine by reading these books. Here are some medical books on various topics that you might read.
Human Anatomy & Physiology
by Elaine Nicpon Marieb
This book provides a clear pathway through anatomy and physiology. It helps students and instructors to focus on the key concepts. Each chapter has a roadmap that shows what the reader can expect in this chapter. The book has various interactive and engaging activities that encourage students to learn actively.
Davis’s Drug Guide for Nurses
by April Hazard Vallerand, Ph.D., RN, Faan, Dr. Cynthia A Sanoski, Bs, Pharmd, Fccp, Bcps
This book tells you about all the information you need to provide medications safely. You will learn about the high-alert medicines, patient safety coverage, cautious IV administration, and more. There is an audio library for more than 1,200 drug names, three tutorials.
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach
by Dee Unglaub Silverthorn
In this book, you will see how molecular physiology is integrated into a homeostasis-based systems approach. The book is a great reference book for students of Human Psychology.
The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science
by Norman Doidge, M.D
The book talks about our brain’s ability to repair itself through the power of positive thinking. You will learn about ‘neuroplasticity’ in this book. You will read amazing stories about a stroke victim who couldn’t feed himself learned to talk again, or a woman with a rare brain condition finds positive results through a series of exercises. By reading this book, you will get a sense of how powerful our brain is.
My Stroke Of Insight: A Brain Scientist’s Personal Journey
by Jill Bolte Taylor, PH.D.
The book is about a Brain Scientist’s personal journey through a stroke. You will find about our brain’s capacity to recover from serious damage. This book, tells you about the author’s journey to recovery.
Medical books are very handy as a reference if you are a medical student, professional or just a curious reader. These books tell us about the advancements in the field of medicine. You get to learn about medicine from different perspectives. You can keep these books in your collection for future reference. Whenever you want to clear any particular concept, you can refer to these books. All these books have been rated very high and can make a great collection for your home library.