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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified Purchase. These cards are great and very informative. I love that the most "essential" information about each drug is bolded which makes it easier for fast studying and cramming.
The vignettes are made very obvious which is, in my opinion, a great thing as it helps you remember the drug even better. But there are two flaws I can think of that you may want to consider before buying. First, these are not hole-punched so you may want to do that first unless you want to risk these flying all over the place. That wouldn't be an issue if they were color-coded by category of drug, but other than the card number shown at the bottom of each card, there's no quick way to organize these at a glance.
Second, the very obvious card number at the bottom might be an issue for you if you are a very visual-recall type of learner like I am, as you will likely start to associate the number of the card with the information about the drug as opposed to just the drug.
It's not in a location that's easy to cover with your thumb - instead it's right smack dab in the middle of the card at the bottom.
I'm a 2nd year med student aiming for good grades in class and a killer board score. Here's what I like and don't like about this product: I do enjoy having "Everything you need to know about a drug one convenient card!
My backpack is heavy enough already. The organization of this deck is also pretty stellar. I wish that instead of having one card for each drug CLASS, they would expand the deck into a card for each DRUG some classes of drug have a dozen individual drugs within them with slightly different uses and AEs. I thought that these would be helpful for quizzing and reviewing, but ultimately I just use them as a study aid the same way I use class notes and textbooks.
Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The flashcard content is excellent. However, the Kindle edition does not provide for self study testing yourself as if they were flashcards. The continuous format will show half of the reverse side of the card on the same page as the front side. Kindle has no fix for this. If you are deciding between the kindle or print version, I would highly recommend the print version Wish they had more than one case on the front.
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