To help MBBS students,here is a list of the best books to study in the first year of MBBS. Buy MBBS 1st year books online at AIBH.
After clearing NEET, MBBS is a 9 semester course with each semester lasting for a period of 6 months, i.e. 4.5 years followed by a 1 year of internship in addition to the 4.5 year course.
The first year MBBS falls in the Pre-Clinical phase of medical program.
In this article, we are going to discuss the subjects along with the complete list of the Mbbs 1st year books to make it easy for you to understand the structure of the course.
Our list of all the 1st year MBBS books will also include the books recommended for reading by AIIMS & NMC.
Although no single book covers everything but only covers certain or majority of the topics in great depth, you might have to refer to multiple books at a time to cover the complete syllabus.
You will be taught 3 subjects during the first year:
To put it in simple terms, Anatomy teaches the complete internal & external human disposition in detail.
Vols.I, II & III, Oxford University Press
15th edition (1996)
6th Edition (2000)
Little, Brown & Co.
By R.S. Snell
Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
3rd edition (1995)
Williams & Wilkins
By M.H. Ross, E.& L.J Romell, G.I. Kaye
9th International Edition (2000)
By Di Fiore’s
4th Edition (2002)
by Inderbir Singh
Williams & Wilkins
By Jan Langman
7th Edition (1998)
Harper & Row
By Murray L Barr & Keirman
2nd Edition (2000)
By AR Crossman and D Neary
1st Edition (1998)
6th Edition (2001)
By Robert L.Nussbaum, Roderick R.Mc.Innes & Huntington E.Willard
By B. D. Chaurasia
By Vishram Singh
By Henry Gray
Physiology is the study of how all the human body components function together in the body simultaneously and interact with each other on a macro level.
With this subject, you will understand the contribution of each organ system in proper functioning of the human body, the physiological aspects of growth and development and grasp the basic concepts of treatments of diseases.
By R.L. Bijlani
By W.F. Ganong
By A.C. Guyton
By A.K. Jain
By G.K. Pal
By D Venkatesh & H.H. Sudhakar
By Lauralee Sherwood
By B.M. Koeppen & B.A. Stanton
Mbbs 1st year books - Microbiology explains how stuff works on the molecular level inside the human body. You learn about concepts ranging from human body metabolism to digestion to disorders to the practical application of medicine associated with each disease, among a lot many other things.
Lubert Stryer. W.H. Freeman and Company, New York.
CBS Publishers and distributors
Ed. Lehinger, Nelson and Cox..
Ed. R.K. Murray, D.K. Granner, P.A. Mayes and V.W. Rodwell.
Appleton and Lange, Stamford, Connecticut.
Ed. Thomas M. Devlin
W.B. Saunders Company
Ed. Burtis and Ashwood
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Ed. Donald Voet and Judith G. Voet.
Richard A. Goldsby, Thomas J Kindt, Barbara A Osborne, Janis Kuby.
Ivan Roitt, Jonathan Brostoff, David Male.
By D.M. Vasudevan
These subjects are the very basics of human biology and build the foundation for future medical studies.
Now that we are familiar with the fundamental subject understanding, let's dive deep into how you can start studying these subjects and what are the MBBS 1st year books that are recommended by most professors and students alike.
There are many ways to purchase 1st year MBBS books. If you want to purchase it online, AIBH.in has a diverse collection of Medical books. You will be able to find any of the above-mentioned MBBS first-year books on our website.
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This depends on a number of factors like your capabilities, your future plans, whether you want to do further studies or not, your hunger for in-depth understanding of the concepts, etc.
If you plan to study beyond MBBS, you must be clear about which field you want to choose for further studies. Keeping this in mind, you can purchase books with in-depth content for those subjects and acquire a sound understanding of all the topics. Otherwise, a simple textbook that covers all the topics and prepares you enough to clear exams is good.