Coverage of the full range of essential topics in the practice of anesthesiology, including protocols and guidelines that are continuously evolving and that increasingly dictate best practices. Provides an overview of the secrets needed for success in practice and on exams.
Reflecting the American Board of Anesthesiology Written Exam Format, this study guide delivers 1,500 board-style multiple-choice questions with referenced, paragraph-length discussions for each answer. Like the exam, this edition is divided into two parts: Basic and Advanced, each concluding with a practice test.
This review for the ABA Part 1: BASIC Examination features nearly 200 topics found on the board exam outline. Each chapter summarizes key concepts in basic science and clinical anesthesia practice. Divided into four sections: Basic Science, Clinical Sciences, Organ-Based Sciences, and Special Issues in Anesthesiology.
Prepares you for the second of two staged anesthesiology board certification exams. Short 2-4 page chapters summarize key concepts, covering the nearly 200 must-know topics found on the board exam outline.
A Q&A-based self-assessment guide for the American Board of Anesthesiology's BASIC certification examination, this book contains 800 multiple choice questions, with explanations of both correct and incorrect answers, covering the 200-plus topics in the content outline provided by the Board of Anesthesiology for the first of these exams.
Learn the fundamentals of anesthesiology in the context of real patients. Contains 53 high-yield cases with open-ended questions. Each case includes an extended discussion, definitions, clinical Pearls, 3-5 USMLE-style comprehension questions, and references to the most current literature for further reading.
Covers of a variety of topics in anesthesia, including anesthetic management for cardiopulmonary bypass, off-pump coronary bypass, and automatic internal cardiac defibrillator procedures; arrhythmias; anesthesia for magnetic resonance imaging; occupational transmission of blood-borne pathogens; and preoperative evaluation of the patient with cardiac disease.