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Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Anatomy and physiologyPart 1 provides a solid overview of cardiac anatomy and physiology. Despite the authors managing to explain difficult concepts in a simple way, as well as using figures to illustrate what they are describing, I found this part of the book a bit overwhelming. Maybe I've just been out of higher education for too long though. Certainly, remembering back to my university days, I would have been grateful to find this information on cardiac anatomy and physiology succinctly presented as in this chapter rather than having to search through the entire library of anatomy and physiology books to find what I was looking for.
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