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MEDICAL EBOOK FOR IPAD

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Shipping off to medical school? Find out what digital reader is best for medical school and textbooks, as well as other beneficial features. hi guys! does anybody know where i can download free medical ebooks for my Ipad. thanks! =). I'm looking to get a ” iPad Pro soon primarily for using it as a textbook resource. I'm going to start medical school and most of my textbooks.


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The medical community will benefit from ebooks, & their ability to update Social Textbooks and the iPad – How the Medical Community Could. McGraw-Hill will be partnering with ScrollMotion to bring medical textbooks to the iPad (e-books). McGraw-Hill has a huge collection of medical. Has anyone tried reading Medical Textbooks on the iPad? How is the feel . " Chimeralex"; where do you buy your eBooks?? Could you give.

Ever since the rise of the tablets, we have been anxiously waiting for interactive electronic medical textbooks to show up. As one of the standard textbooks on physiology in medicine, this book seems like a great start of such a series. The book features interactive illustrations, videos and integrated assessment. Annotation features are also fully integrated, obviating one of the main disadvantages of some other electronic books. Another benefit of this electronic version is that you can buy individual chapters rather than the whole book, of which you might use only a small part. Once you click on a chapter, you are presented with blocks of content separating out the various multimedia features available. Anytime you click on a particular block, you can go back and forth by swiping forwards or backwards, extremely intuitive.

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A lot of people will state otherwise, but reading a book for 15 minutes is NOT trying to read for a few hours, and within 30 minutes, I'm ready to toss my iPad out the window. Another point would be how many medical textbooks actually are on the iPad or Kindle environments? You'll know better, but I thinking lugging 60 kg of textbooks is much better than losing your eyesight prior to getting a fellowship in Cardiology. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post.

Need to sort out which is better. Tamara Tamara. I think the iPad is superior to any e-Ink device I've read on and everyone's eyes are completely different when it comes to this sort of thing.

I haven't read medical textbooks but I've done plenty of other technical reading and have no issues with highlighting or making notes to myself. The best thing is to try one out.

They do come with a 30 day return policy if you find it doesn't fulfill your needs. Eyestrain is completely subjective. I beg to differ.

Eyestrain is a medical issue, caused by the lens attempting to focus on fine detail.

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It is not subjective. And if you tell me that some individuals, like yourself, have no eyestrain, I would say that providing anecdote is bogus. Stick with evidence. The Kindle's DPI is in the range, which isn't great. But the backlighting of the iPad is annoying. Medical textbooks include both images and writing. Let's say that the the OP can read everything. He'll be missing the images on both the Kindle and iPad. There are several classes that require reviewing images in detail dermatology, radiology, cardiology, etc.

I have reviewed some medical apps that are being developed for the iPad. One provides fluoroscopic images. In blinded studies, doctors couldn't see small lesions because of the bad resolution of the iPad. The iPad is a nice toy.

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Cruising the internet to find out of some politician is lying. Playing games. But this kid is going to medical school, something important.

He doesn't need a toy. For what it does, I love the iPad. It's poorly designed as a reader. For me, it is an excellent reader because it does NOT bother my eyes the way e-Ink does.

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