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Stethoscopes

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Tabbs, May 28, 2007.

  1. Tabbs

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    Hey,
    Im starting a Podiatry degree in September and my mum wants to buy me a stethoscope and i was wondering if i do need one?

    Tabbs
     
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  3. Donna

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    Hi Tabbs,

    Just an idea of something else your mother could buy... :eek: A plastic model of the foot skeleton, which you can get from Orthopaedic suppliers... I bought mine when I was in second year of uni and it's been the most useful study tool ever! I still use it one a daily basis when explaining biomechanical injuries to patients... :cool:

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    Donna
     
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