The Clinical Anaesthesia Viva Book is the second edition of a popular examination text originally published 7 yr ago. It incorporates various. The Clinical Anaesthesia Viva Book. S. J. Mills, S. L. Maguire, J. M. Barker Greenwich Medical Media: London, UK, , pp; indexed, illustrated ISBN: . The Clinical Anaesthesia Viva Book: Medicine & Health Science Books @ caite.info
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The Clinical. Anaesthesia. Viva Book. Second edition. Julian M. Barker. Simon L. Maguire. Simon J. Mills and. Abdul-Ghaaliq Lalkhen. Brendan McGrath. The Clinical Anaesthesia Viva Book, 2nd Edition. By Julian M. Barker, Simon J. Mills, Simon L. Maguire, Abdul-Ghaaliq Lalkhen, Brendan McGrath, and Hamish . The second edition of the hugely popular The Clinical Anaesthesia Viva Book builds on the success of the first by providing a thorough review of short and long .
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You can manage this and all other alerts in My Account. You must be logged in to access this feature. By Julian M. Barker, Simon J. Mills, Simon L. Cambridge, U. Preparing for the anesthesia oral board exam brings a shudder to anesthesiologists.
In addition to the amount of information one must master, there is the added challenge of learning how to take the exam and understanding what will be expected of you. The equivalent of the American oral board exam in the United Kingdom is the viva exam. Although the format is not exactly the same, it is very similar, with both exams consisting of short and long format questions.
Thus, although this book is designed specifically for the British exam, it can easily be used to study for the American oral board exam. This book is organized into three chapters. Chapter one is a basic summary of the British vivas and guide for preparation.
This chapter contains very helpful advice on how to study solo and also in groups. There are also very helpful strategies for organizing one's thoughts and suggestions on how to deliver a well-phrased answer. The section on the opening sentence was especially helpful, as just beginning one's answer can be extremely anxiety-provoking.
The majority of the questions focus on preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative management. However, there are plenty of questions that cover a wide range of topics, including basic science and physiology, pharmacology, disease process, surgical procedure, positioning, analgesia, regional anesthesia, pain syndromes, pediatrics, obstetrics, critical care, and even statistics.
Each of these cases is followed by a question asking one to summarize the case or demonstrate an understanding of the major issues related to the management of the case. Finally, there is a series of questions that encompass the same broad range of topics as the second chapter.
The strength of this book lies in its helpfulness in categorizing information to aid in both memorization and thought processes used for the oral exam. There are many highlighted blocks throughout the book that summarize important clinical facts and present useful tables and charts.
The reproduced chest x-ray films and electrocardiograms are good quality and cover the images most likely to be seen on the exam. The summary of the clinical evidence and references are organized and are very up to date. The only potential problem with this book when using it to study for the American board exam is that it cites British Society Guidelines.
Less of a problem is that some of the terminology and nomenclature are different than what is used in the United States. Remember me on this computer. Forgot Password?
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