Tratado de Fisiologia medica Como ya viene siendo habitual, esta obra auna dos esfuerzos, ya que reune en un solo volumen el contenido basico y fundamental para el estudiante, a la vez que ofrece un formato comodo y facilmente transportable, lo que favorece la consulta ""sobre la marcha"". Sigue el mismo modelo organizativo que el texto de referencia, con el mismo indice, indicando en cada uno de los apartados el numero de pagina en el que se encuentra la informacion desarrollada en el Tratado. Aborda todos los sistemas de organos, enfatizando en cuestiones como la interaccion entre sistemas, la homeostasis y la fisiopatologia.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Guyton y Hall. Guyton y Hall. Hall Editor. Su autor, John E. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition. Published February 5th by Elsevier first published More Details Original Title.
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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Guyton y Hall. One of my favorite textbooks out there. View 1 comment. This is not the book to read two days before an examination. It is far too in depth for that. When end of course examinations come around, you can look back to check on stuff. But another text might be more apt. Expect to do a lot of highlighting in order to filter out extraneous material.
Other than that - an excellent book! View 2 comments. The book is extremely detailed for those who want to be informed about the nervous system's physiology. It is not great on anatomy or cognitive neuroscience, but in doing what it advocates to do, it does a splendid job,.
I have this book for three good years now. I know it is the greatest book in the field of Physiology, wouldn't argue that. My problem with it is that of size and how it is really written. You can't know which is essential and important in a specific subject and the way the mechanisms presented is sophisticated and memory-intensive which make it hard to grasp the concept. In my third year I bought the pocket version, it's better and quit sufficient. But then I discovered Linda S.
This is the best physiology book I have used, I Personally love physiology and this book is just great. Textbook of medical physiology, Arthur C.
When you lose weight by eating less than you burn, the weight you lose is muscle. Your body is very good at keeping you alive. Your body consumes it Textbook of medical physiology, Arthur C. Your body consumes its muscle first, to keep you from spending any more calories than necessary. You also, when you consume very little food, immediately feel like doing nothing physical. If you keep up a starvation regime for significant time, you train your body to be very still—to conserve every calorie.
It is essential, when losing weight, to vigorously work all your muscles every day. That is the only way to preserve muscle and burn fat.
This is pretty basic physiology. That physicians are teaching each other, and their patients, these damaging lies, is criminal.
What very fat people have in common is their complete stillness. They got this by doing as doctors said: eat less. The ones who got the fattest are the ones who had the most amazing willpower, to keep to the diet so long they lost massive amounts of weight—mostly muscle.
And trained their bodies Not. And, with so few calories coming in, adopted the most extremely sedentary habits. Success: starvation works.
Weight is down. You eat. Restore the tissues. Satiety is another casualty of following medical advice. Your body is very good at matching how much it tells you it needs to eat, to how much energy you burn—over a wide range of levels of activity.
Let me rest. You can, deliberately, eat a different amount than your body tells you it needs—at least for a while. But a starvation diet will increase appetite and destroy your ability to burn much fuel.
The advice the medical profession has been, and still is, teaching itself and its patients, is criminal. Permalink: worldcat. I haven't really ever used this textbook more than once.
To me it feels unapproachable. Small text? Dense writing? Not sure. I ended up bringing down an old second hand pathophysiology textbook because I can totally jump right into it. One of my proffesors said Guyton is like a good thriller. I would disagree. Contanzo's physiology textbook is the perfect physiology book for medical students.. In my opinion it's not good Physiology textbook for today I want mention some reason that I think it's not good 1- the text are very old with old description pattern 2- the pattern of book is very bad because at each chapter each paragraph learn something with very hard language and when you finished a chapter if you ask a question from yourself what you learn from this chapter find of answer of it I think is very hard 3- Question!
Yes Question many textbook such as Guyton at end of each chapter In my opinion it's not good Physiology textbook for today I want mention some reason that I think it's not good 1- the text are very old with old description pattern 2- the pattern of book is very bad because at each chapter each paragraph learn something with very hard language and when you finished a chapter if you ask a question from yourself what you learn from this chapter find of answer of it I think is very hard 3- Question!
Yes Question many textbook such as Guyton at end of each chapter and some of them at beginning too have Review question direct question but at this book you can't find any self assessment or Q that I mention above too At all it's good resource but not the best one that most of people say People that never read this book too! Today market have very nice chose for reading and studying Physiology with better results In-Depth Coverage of Advanced Physiology If you are looking for a quick overview for a test, this book is probably not your best bet.
However, it is excellent for gaining a profound understanding of physiology for advanced health sciences. If it had more review problems and case studies, I would give it five stars, but as is, it was worth the money for the kindle version the physical textbook will add considerably to the weight of a backpack. Amazing cardiovascular, renal and hormonal approach; slightly basic neuroscience section, though very clear and sharp neuronal electrophysiology chapter.
Works well combined with Kandel's Neural Science if to get a less vapid and more refined scope of Physiology and Neurophysiology as a whole. As a medical student, this book is a 'must' book for medical student. The book is quite complete but the language is a bit difficult to be undestood.
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