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Study on the go with VangoNotes. Just download chapter reviews from Pathophysiology, 2/e and listen to them on your mp3 player. Now wherever you are -- whatever you're doing -- you can study by listening to the following for each chapter of your textbook:
Big Ideas: Your "need to know" for each chapter
Practice Test: A gut check for the Big Ideas - tells you if you need to keep studying
Key Terms: Audio "flashcards" to help you review key concepts and terms
VangoNotes are flexible; download all the material directly to your player, or only the chapters you need. And they're efficient. Use them in your car, at the gym, walking to class, wherever. So get yours today. And get studying.Script developed by
Karen Hill, RN, BS, MN, PhD
Associate Professor
Southeastern Louisiana University
School of Nursing
©2008 Pearson Education, Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Donald on 09-26-07

Mispronunciations Abound

This series is indeed concise. However, the pronunciations of the medical terms is horrible at best. I do not recommend this unless you already know how to pronounce the medical terms. I have literally never heard medical terminology slaughtered to this degree. Professional narrators are no replacement for narrating professionals. The latter would be far preferable. I find it hard to believe that they did not clarify the pronunciation of these terms before they read. I recognize regional differences and dialects and have practiced in various parts of the country. Many of these mispronounced words (too numerous to mention) are barely recognizable to the trained medical ear. Even my English-challenged foreign colleagues do better than these native American English speakers.Do not rely on this as a source for how to pronounce medical terminology.

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