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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 coursebooks...in school....but i m using all other books of kaplan series....so what should i use....b.r.s. or kaplan.....




  #2

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


  #3

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.


  #4

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


  #5

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]


  #6

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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