From basic sciences to general anesthesia and subspecialty considerations, Anesthesia: A Comprehensive Review prepares you for certification and re-certification examinations as well as clinical practice. One thousand completely updated review questions-vetted by Mayo residents-cover the latest discoveries and techniques in physics, biochemistry, and anesthesia equipment; the newest drugs and drug categories; and the most recent information on all anesthesia subspecialties. Easily accessible and concise, this is the perfect resource to ensure mastery of anesthesiology.
Test your knowledge of anesthesia through the most comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of basic science and clinical practice for an effective review.
Rely on trustworthy sources and a consistent level of difficulty with questions vetted by Mayo residents.
Familiarize yourself with the current ABA exam content and format. With hundreds of thoroughly revised, challenging board review questions and answers, this essential study guide is an ideal way to assess and enhance your mastery of the information you need to know covering: the latest discoveries and techniques in physics, biochemistry, and anesthesia equipment; the newest drugs and drug categories; and the most recent information on all anesthesia subspecialties.
Effortlessly study important points and reinforce your understanding with discussions after each question, along with corresponding page references to major anesthesia texts so it's easy to find more information on any subject.
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Publisher: Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
Number of pages: 320
Dimensions: 276 x 216 mm
Edition: 5th Revised edition
"The fifth edition of Anesthesia: A Comprehensive Review maintains the series' reputation as an updated, well-organized learning tool for the review of fundamental concepts. This series has become a library staple of anesthesiology residents as well as clinicians who engage in lifelong learning."
-Brian Colin, M.D. & Annemarie Thompson, M.D (Anesthesiology 2016; 124:515-6)