Crush ABSITE with ABSITE Assassin Review, General Surgery Flashcards App!
ABSITE ASSASSIN Surgery Review - ABSITE review questions app is indispensable for surgical residents and general surgeons preparing for the American Board of Surgery’s ABSITE exam, certification and recertification examinations. This Surgery In-Service REVIEW iPhone app maintains the core features that have made it one of the most popular ABSITE questions and Surgery Review apps in iTunes, including Surgery In-Service questions flashcards with answers after each question!
Over 1000 surgery review questions and answers are including an automatic reinsertion of any surgery flashcard you tag as wrong – repetition is the mother of memory! This feature facilitates rapid easy surgery review and increases your understanding of surgery.
This Surgery In-Service Review app provides a current, concise, methodical review of all areas covered in the Surgery In-Service exam and Surgery Boards.
Surgical diseases of the Esophagus, Surgical Review of Small Bowel Diseases, Surgical Review of Colorectal Diseases, Surgical Oncology, Surgery Review of the Pancreas, Review of the Liver and Gall Bladder, Review of Trauma, Wound Healing, Transplant Immunology, Review of Gastrointestinal Hormones, Inflammation and Cytokines, Review of Fluids and Electrolytes.
Great for on-the-go studying**** by GameOn80
Enjoyable for mini-review/quick drilling; aids memorization of dry facts that are best learned through repetition. definitely worth the money.
Great general surgery review!****by CaMD
Nice review, great interface! Absite Assassn is a great buy! Definitely worth the money. Absite Question banks are great too!
ABS In Service:
*HIGH Yield SURGERY REVIEW
*KEY SURGERY REVIEW PEARLS
*KEY Surgery pimping pearls
* Quickloading of the surgery review database.
* Easy to learn user interface
* Add your own ABSITE questions
* The ability to mark correct vs incorrect answers and monitor your progress.
* Over 1000 SURGERY REVIEW questions!!!!
These questions are for review purposes only; they are not meant to guide your treatment of patients.