Intro Book?

  1. Hi all,
    So I've been thinking a lot about going back to school and I think that CRNA would be a wonderful fit for me...or I'd be a wonderful fit for CRNA which ever way. I enjoy reading so I thought I'd take a look at some CRNA books to see what kind of information is taught but I am unsure or the right book, plus I dont want to pick one up that would be over my head at first. Any thoughts would be great.

    Thankyou
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  2. 4 Comments

  3. by   EricJRN
    Moved to Pre-CRNA Inquiry Forum. Good luck to you.
  4. by   ready4crna?
    Barash PG: Clinical Anesthesia is a standard text.
    You could also try Morgan&Mikhail:Clinical Anesthesiology (Like a girlfriend's guide to anesthesia)
    Also try the AANA website for further info.
  5. by   dfk
    Quote from ready4crna?
    Barash PG: Clinical Anesthesia is a standard text.
    You could also try Morgan&Mikhail:Clinical Anesthesiology (Like a girlfriend's guide to anesthesia)
    Also try the AANA website for further info.
    i have to disagree about Barash. way to indepth. can even be a bit overwhelming for the seasoned student.
    M&M is good, and pretty basic at times.
    it's considered our bible at school.
    if you want to just see what the profession is all about, check out "watchful care"..
    i think you will be happy.
  6. by   APNgonnabe
    Ready, Thanks you. So that book will ease one in...as much easing as there is at least?

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