By Mlo on May 13, 2012
I thought that this book was fairly effective in covering the majority of the material that it did. It would help, a fair amount, to know normal physiology before taking this class. It's not required, however. They will break down normal physiology down far enough for the clinical models used at the end of the chapters. Knowledge is consolidated fairly well. Information concerning treatments can sometimes be a little lacking, but should probably be expected. That would probably fall under more advanced classes or pharmacology.
By Diananiland on Nov 06, 2012
I am using this book as a supplemental resource for the Family Nurse Practitioner Program I am in. It has really helped to improve my tests scores. It gives a different approach to the subject matter than what is presented in the traditional textbooks. I would definitely recommend it!
By Laci on Jul 06, 2014
Product came as stated, more quickly than exoected. Very happy with the purchase.
Good, Condensed Pathophysiology Info
By I on Jun 04, 2014
The text was relatively easy to read and the exercises at the end of the chapter were very helpful in reviewing and helping process the information.
By Lydia on May 13, 2013
Very understandable. Nice diagrams, pictures, and tables to aid learning. The questions at the end of the chapter and the objective at the beginning of the chapter really help guide you through the course.
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, A CLINICAL APPROACH
By Tai on Mar 01, 2013
A very good book. A lot of pictures, a lot of terminology! Very complicated reading that is very intense. If not good at memorizing not a good idea to take this course until your background dictates you're ready.
By Christain on Aug 22, 2014
Tough class but this book is worth to buy
By Timberly on Jan 03, 2012
This item was received in great condition! There were no problems with the product or with the seller. I recommend this item.
By Rostislav Burd on Feb 09, 2013
these reviews is making me want to blow my head off with a nerf gun, although I don't think it'll work.