-If you enjoy the challenge of verbal battle, then 101 Medical Word-Search Puzzles is for you!
-Satisfy your word-seeking curiosity with these intriguing and entertaining word games.
-At 132 pages, this puzzle book is perfect for taking on trips or just relaxing at home.
-Prepare to indulge in Joseph Kunz’s newest collection of up, down, forward, backward, and diagonal seek-a-word puzzles – guaranteed to please puzzle lovers of all ages!
-It’s instant learning and instant fun – the easy way to increase your medical vocabulary and improve your medical word skills.
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I believe these puzzles to be totally cool. Alicia Einstein, Scientist
This writer is obviously a great intellectual. Ralpf Walden Emersen, IV
I wish I could be as interesting and prolific a writer as Kunz is.
Tommy Jefferson, VII, Legal Writer
This book is one of the most important books of its kind written in the last
200 years. Ann Randian, writer & philosopher
Kunz is obviously a master with words.
Dr. Siggy Freud, MD
I am sure that my great-great-grandfather would like to have known such
a great word-smith.
Sammy Johnson, V, Legal Historian
All my Hollywood friends love these books.
Dr. Kildarian, Chief Medical Examiner, Hollywood, CA
Fun and enjoyable. I look forward to his next book.
Willy Blackstone, III, Federal Prosecutor
It is a beautifully designed book, and covers so many topics. I enjoyed it.
Klarence Barrow, III, Medical School Professor
I was impressed at how much fun this book was to complete.
Henrik Cambell Blacke, Legal Etymologist
Very entertaining; very enjoyable; very impressive.
Jeffrey Chaucer, Medical School Professor
Hail to Kunz, the greatest word sleuth in America.
Johnny Miltonian, Freelance Legal Writer
I really enjoyed doing the puzzles. I found them to be challenging and fun.
Perry Masson, Jr., Defense Attorney
I’ve never seen a book like this and I had a roaring fun time doing the puzzles.
Flo Niteingale, RN
I love reading John Grisham novels, so I really like these puzzles.
Charles Chann, 3d, Federal Prosecutor
It was a fun way to relieve the stress in school.
Attikus Fintch, III, Civil Rights Attorney
Kunz covers all the basic terms in each of the subjects that are covered, making it a fun way for students to become more familiar with the terminology.
Alphonse Schweitzer, III, MD
This is by far the best book of its kind. Margaret “Hot Lips” Hoolihan
This book is beautiful, well put together, well thought-out, and most importantly, fun.
Frances Nightingale, Nursing School Professor
I found the puzzles to be fun, informative, and a challenge.
Alfred D. Newmann, Jr., Entertainment Lawyer
Challenging fun and a great way to relieve stress.
Johnny Marshall, IV, US Supreme Court Clerk
I love doing puzzles of all kinds, and I have never seen a book like this – so I really had fun doing the puzzles. Good Job.
Donald Blackacre, Real Estate Attorney
Wow. Willy T. Shakespeare, IX
It’s nice to see that you moved on to develop a real career.
Prof. Jamie Moriarty, III
Welcome my dear fellow word-sleuths. This puzzle book is your chance to have a little fun with the serious words of the healthcare world. Here I have assembled many medical specialties, and topics of interest to all healthcare practitioners and students, into one book and tried to have fun with them.
Each puzzle contains phrases, terms of art, and common words, that are essential to each topic. Some of the words are common to the healthcare profession in general, and some are very specific to the healthcare specialty represented in each puzzle. Some contain phrases that have been condensed down to their familiar letters, such as "cardio-pulmonary resuscitation," which is commonly referred to as "CPR." Also, I like to use a felt-tip highlighter-pen when doing this type of puzzle. This keeps the puzzle neat, clean, & easy to read.
Word-search puzzles are a simple and quick way to enjoy a few minutes away from you studies and work - so have fun.
I enjoyed putting this book together, so I hope you will have fun with it also.
J.C. Kunz, Jr. See more at http://KunzOnPublishing.com
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