USMLE Step 1 Medical Books

Dr. Lionel Raymon’s Clinical Pharmacology and Medical Biochemistry books provide new resources to help review for the USMLE® Step 1 Exam.

Clinical Pharmacology

Presented in a systematic approach, Dr. Raymon's Clinical Pharmacology bridges conceptual to clinical aspects of drugs used in Clinical Practice.

Key features of this new textbook include:

  • 900+ Most important drugs along with quick fact snippets
  • Strong focus on basic drug history
  • Comprehensive outline with full color illustrations
  • Colorful synoptic tables and diagrams eases comprehension and memorization
  • Great for board and licensure examinations
  • Summary table lists the drugs reviewed in the text and highlights in red the prototype drugs to memorize at the end of each chapter
  • Comprehensive index helps students and professionals to quickly find necessary information.
  • Most recent guidelines and new classes of medications are included

Medical Biochemistry

Organized in sequential units, Dr. Lionel Raymon's Medical Biochemistry carries students from general concepts through to metabolism and molecular biology. This book provides an emphasis on the clinical relevance of biochemistry.

Key features of this new textbook Include:

  • Integration to pathology and pharmacology
  • Molecular biology with clinical emphasis
  • Comprehensive outline with full color illustrations
  • ‘Clinical Relevance’ sections incorporate medicine into biochemistry
  • Drugs and pathologies are built upon a sound understanding of biochemical processes
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