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hi guys...
just wanted to know....for physio which book is better....brs or kaplan.....coz i have studied b.r.s along with my school....but i m using all other books of kaplan what should i use....b.r.s. or kaplan.....


guys what r u ppl thinking......speak out


either one is fine. BRS has more infor than Kaplan, and Kaplan physio (I think) spends a long time covereing pretty elementary principles. If you are fresh out of physio, just use BRS. Kaplan is easier to read through though.


Kaplan doesn't have some topics like neurophysiology.. For these, u'll have to read BRS. Otherwise, Kaplan is a pretty good book..


Think I prefer Kaplan for Cardiovascular .(Actually thats a good q, which is better for which topic-Ill put that out to the forum) [Since I havent meet many physio experts while in medicine]


i would say that for neurophysio, endo and GIT only BRS while for other topics a combination of BRS n kaplan keeping kaplan as main book.

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