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Fifty crucial milestones, treatments, and technologies in the history of health, each explained in a minute. Did you know that technology now allows reconstructive surgery to use customized 3D-printed body parts? This is just one of the incredible feats that modern medicine has brought to us. Find out even more about the direction of medical technology and more in Know It A Fifty crucial milestones, treatments, and technologies in the history of health, each explained in a minute. Did you know that technology now allows reconstructive surgery to use customized 3D-printed body parts? This is just one of the incredible feats that modern medicine has brought to us. Find out even more about the direction of medical technology and more in Know It All: Medicine!  Grab some scrubs and prepare yourself for an intriguing visit to the world of illness and those who treat it. Know It All: Medicine takes you on an engrossing journey that starts with history's very first "medicines" and moves on to today's keyhole surgery, bionic limbs, and breakthrough drug treatments. It's an essential and engaging read for anyone who wants to know more about the contemporary state of medicine, and what the future may hold for medicine and its practitioners. Excellent for those curious about technology, and those in the medical field alike!


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Fifty crucial milestones, treatments, and technologies in the history of health, each explained in a minute. Did you know that technology now allows reconstructive surgery to use customized 3D-printed body parts? This is just one of the incredible feats that modern medicine has brought to us. Find out even more about the direction of medical technology and more in Know It A Fifty crucial milestones, treatments, and technologies in the history of health, each explained in a minute. Did you know that technology now allows reconstructive surgery to use customized 3D-printed body parts? This is just one of the incredible feats that modern medicine has brought to us. Find out even more about the direction of medical technology and more in Know It All: Medicine!  Grab some scrubs and prepare yourself for an intriguing visit to the world of illness and those who treat it. Know It All: Medicine takes you on an engrossing journey that starts with history's very first "medicines" and moves on to today's keyhole surgery, bionic limbs, and breakthrough drug treatments. It's an essential and engaging read for anyone who wants to know more about the contemporary state of medicine, and what the future may hold for medicine and its practitioners. Excellent for those curious about technology, and those in the medical field alike!

45 review for Know It All Medicine: The 50 Crucial Milestones, Treatments Technologies in the History of Health, Each Explained in Under a Minute

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dawnie

    *thanks to Netgalley, the publishers and the authors for providing me with a free e-copy of this book in exchange for a free and honest review!* A nice introduction book that gives a great overview on different areas that make up medicine. If you are interested in learning more on what makes up medicine, what it might take to start a career in the field or just generally want to get a better knowledge on how medicine came to be what it is today and what the field is made up off, this is a great b *thanks to Netgalley, the publishers and the authors for providing me with a free e-copy of this book in exchange for a free and honest review!* A nice introduction book that gives a great overview on different areas that make up medicine. If you are interested in learning more on what makes up medicine, what it might take to start a career in the field or just generally want to get a better knowledge on how medicine came to be what it is today and what the field is made up off, this is a great book! I would highly recommend it to any student that is interested in going into medicine. It is not a book for anyone that already knows a good amount of medicine -clearly since it is a "beginner" book so if you are not a beginner? You can figure out for yourself if it is a book you are interested in or not!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    This is a great little reference book, consisting of 50 different medical topics and their origins. Each topic (e.g., organ donation, IVF, keyhole surgery) is addressed on a single page, with some shorter facts and a longer paragraph. There seems to be just the right information, with some good graphics to separate each topic. This would be a good read for anyone medically-minded and curious!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Marjolein

    Full review to come!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kristine

    Know It All Medicine by Gabrielle M. Finn is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late June. Finn and her contributors pore over topics, such as early medical practices, advancements that have occurred over time, the use of imagery to interpret and diagnosis, treatments and the use of medication, profiles of infectious/fatal diseases, and important doctors & practitioners in history. Each chapter takes up no more than a page or two, so this would be a great resource to skim over for a quick upda Know It All Medicine by Gabrielle M. Finn is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late June. Finn and her contributors pore over topics, such as early medical practices, advancements that have occurred over time, the use of imagery to interpret and diagnosis, treatments and the use of medication, profiles of infectious/fatal diseases, and important doctors & practitioners in history. Each chapter takes up no more than a page or two, so this would be a great resource to skim over for a quick update.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    "Know it All Medicine" is a collection of the most important technologies, treatments and milestones in the health field. As a retired nurse, I was very interested to read this book and it did not disappoint. I found the historical side fascinating and the explanations of the technologies such as MRIs and CAT scans and laser surgery short and concise, as promised. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in the health fields as a good, basic source of information. I thankfully received t "Know it All Medicine" is a collection of the most important technologies, treatments and milestones in the health field. As a retired nurse, I was very interested to read this book and it did not disappoint. I found the historical side fascinating and the explanations of the technologies such as MRIs and CAT scans and laser surgery short and concise, as promised. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in the health fields as a good, basic source of information. I thankfully received this book as a Goodreads giveaway.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mel Bunch

    Very basic, but interesting trivia.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kirsten

    medicine is amazinggg could’ve been written better though.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Elyssa (Elyssa's Editions)

    The Know It All books offer a fast-paced look into various topics with lots of fun images thrown in. They cover a lot of topics with a good overview amount of data. Each topic is easily digestible on one page so it's great to flip to a random page and read (or read in order like I did). The books introduce new vocabulary that you would need in order to understand the next few topics. This book was also a fun, quick, informative book to get through that would be great for anyone who is fascinated The Know It All books offer a fast-paced look into various topics with lots of fun images thrown in. They cover a lot of topics with a good overview amount of data. Each topic is easily digestible on one page so it's great to flip to a random page and read (or read in order like I did). The books introduce new vocabulary that you would need in order to understand the next few topics. This book was also a fun, quick, informative book to get through that would be great for anyone who is fascinated with medicine without have advanced degrees on the subject. I enjoyed some fun facts that I learned here like "in vitro" meaning in glass and a big overview on some scary diseases and conditions such as Malaria.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ginni

    3.5 stars There's nothing wrong with this book. It's beautifully illustrated and laid out, technically impeccable, and accessible. I wasn't wowed by it, though. Each concept or technique is explained in three formats--a "three-second dose," "three-minute treatment," and full page--which feels like a waste of space. Why not just add a tiny bit more depth to the subject? If someone truly only has a few seconds to read about a subject, why would they consult a book instead of just googling? But I'm b 3.5 stars There's nothing wrong with this book. It's beautifully illustrated and laid out, technically impeccable, and accessible. I wasn't wowed by it, though. Each concept or technique is explained in three formats--a "three-second dose," "three-minute treatment," and full page--which feels like a waste of space. Why not just add a tiny bit more depth to the subject? If someone truly only has a few seconds to read about a subject, why would they consult a book instead of just googling? But I'm being nitpicky. This was never intended to be the final destination in anyone's research; this is meant to pique curiosity and be a springboard for further learning. It's just not what I'm looking for right now. (I received this book for free through a Goodreads giveaway.)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ellen Chow Yan Yi

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nabila Nayif

  12. 4 out of 5

    Heather

  13. 5 out of 5

    Anggia Retno

  14. 5 out of 5

    Adham Elazhari

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ross

    A great book if you want a quick introduction to the subject. It is written for the lay person and is easy to follow. This isn't meant to be a textbook and as such was quick and easy to read. A great book if you want a quick introduction to the subject. It is written for the lay person and is easy to follow. This isn't meant to be a textbook and as such was quick and easy to read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Frederick Rotzien

  18. 5 out of 5

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    Erin Slaven

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  23. 4 out of 5

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    Terry Pearson

  44. 4 out of 5

    Dolli

  45. 5 out of 5

    Katharine Adams

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