At Medcrine, we are passionate about providing the most accurate and reliable resource for healthcare professionals learning or teaching physiology, pharmacology, and Pathophysiology.
We are a purely educational website. We do not offer medical advice and the information provided on our website is meant to complement and not replace any advice or information from a health professional.
Every day we work hard to ensure that our images, articles, and videos are updated, expanded and correspond to the highest academic standards.
Academic References and research
We use multiple academic resources as a reference point, with particular emphasis on those which are familiar to the majority of students and instructors alike.
Medcrine references many other resources, such as Sketchy, Picmonic, and Pathoma
For anatomy and physiology related content, our main references are the most widely respected anatomy textbooks:
- Ganong’s Review of Medical Physiology (by Kim E. Barrett, Susan M. Barman, Heddwen L. Brooks, Jason X.-J. Yuan)
- Ross & Wilson Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness (by Anne Waugh Allison Grant)
For pharmacology content, our main reference sources include the following textbooks:
- Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, A – Ritter, James M.
- Basic & Clinical Pharmacology (by Bertram G. Katzung)
- Board review series pharmacology (by David S. Loose and Gary C. Rosenfeld )
- Color Atlas of Pharmacology
For pathophysiology content our main reference resources are:
- Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine (by J. Larry Jameson, Anthony S. Fauci, Dennis L. Kasper, Stephen L. Hauser, Dan L. Longo, Joseph Loscalzo)
- Principles of Pathophysiology (by Majella Hales and Shane Bullock).
In addition to accuracy, our articles and illustrations are continuously updated with the latest findings and discoveries in physiology and medicine. Towards this, our writing and review process involves appraisal of the peer-reviewed scientific literature related to each topic.
Understanding that not everybody enjoys reading dense academic content, we strive to make our articles as light and as easy to read as possible, without scrimping on the details.
In enlisting our content creation team, we follow the highest educational and scientific standards. The authors of our articles are medical students, junior doctors, or postgrads who are passionate about physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology and medical education.
Our talented authors love teaching their younger fellows and have a great ability to simplify complex topics into easy-to-digest articles.
The manuscripts are then reviewed by a group of experts in the medical education field. We collaborate with university professors, senior doctors and Ph.D. candidates to deliver high-quality content.
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