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AccessMedicine: Guides, Tutorials, etc.


The great thing about McGraw Hill's AccessMedicine platform is that everyone can access these ebooks at the same time.  Since the site is mobile friendly, you can also read these books on your tablet or phone. To view some ebooks (such as the Case Files), you need to create a MyAccess account.  These books are in html format, but you can save chapters as pdf, send to OneNote, or print.

From the chapter view, click "Print." 

This opens the menu to save the document as PDF or click on change.  Clicking on the change tab brings up a list of available printers.  Some of the tables and charts may be too small to read well. You may need to download these images separately.


A few helpful ebooks are under the Quick Reference Tab, including Quick Medical Diagnosis & Treatment, Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests,  Diagnosaurus®, & CURRENT Practice Guidelines in Primary Care.

In order to take advantage of some of the key features, like saving your answers,  you need to create a MyAccess account.

"Look up dosing, indications, pricing information, and adverse reactions quickly from more than 1,000 generic and brand-name drugs, and print out patient handouts."

In order to use the flashcards, you need to create a MyAccess account. 


Review Questions 

In order to access the review questions,  you need to create a MyAccess account. 

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine and College of Pharmacy
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