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  • [edited by] James Duke.
    Digital : ProQuest Ebook Central2011
    Basics of Patient Management -- Pharmacology -- Preparing for Anesthesia -- Patient Monitoring and Procedures -- Perioperative Problems -- Anesthesia and Systemic Disease -- Special Anesthetic Considerations --Regional Anesthesia -- Anesthetic Considerations in Selected Surgical Procedures -- Pain Management.
  • edited by George W. Williams, Erin S. Williams.
    Digital : Oxford Medicine Online2016Users must register and sign in to take a test
    Section I. Anatomy -- Section II. Physics, monitoring, and anesthesia delivery devices -- Section III. Principles of pharmacology -- Section IV. Clinical sciences -- Section V. Organ-based basic and clinical sciences -- Section VI. Professional challenges.
  • [edited by] James C. Duke.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2016
    Autonomic nervous system -- Respiratory and pulmonary physiology -- Blood gas and acid-base analysis -- Volume regulation, volume disturbances, and fluid replacement -- Electrolytes -- Transfusion therapy -- Coagulation -- Airway management -- Pulmonary function testing -- Volatile anesthetics -- Opioids -- Intravenous anesthetics and benzodiazepines -- Muscle relaxants and monitoring of relaxant activity -- Local anesthetics -- Inotropes and vasodilator drugs -- Preoperative medication -- Preoperative evaluation -- The anesthesia machine and vaporizers, and anesthesia circuits and ventilators -- Patient positioning -- Mechanical ventilation in critical illness -- Pulse oximetry -- Capnography -- Central venous catheterization and pressure monitoring -- Flow-directed therapy -- Blood pressure disturbances, arterial catheterization, and blood pressure monitoring -- Awareness during anesthesia -- Temperature disturbances -- Postanesthetic care -- Ischemic heart disease and myocardial infarction -- Heart failure -- Valvular heart disease -- Aorto-occlusive diseases -- Intracranial and cerebrovascular disease -- Reactive airway disease -- Aspiration -- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease -- Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ards) -- Pulmonary hypertension -- Perioperative hepatic dysfunction and liver transplantation -- Renal function and anesthesia -- Increased intracranial pressure and traumatic brain injury -- Malignant hyperthermia and other motor diseases -- Degenerative neurologic diseases and neuropathies -- Alcohol and substance abuse -- Diabetes mellitus -- Nondiabetic endocrine disease -- Obesity and sleep apnea -- Allergic reactions -- Herbal supplements -- Trauma -- The burned patient, laser surgery and operating room fires -- Neonatal anesthesia -- Pediatric anesthesia -- Congenital heart disease -- Fundamentals of obstetric anesthesia -- Obstetric analgesia and anesthesia -- High-risk obstetrics -- Geriatric anesthesia -- Sedation and anesthesia outside the operating room -- Pacemakers and internal cardioverter defibrillators -- Spinal anesthesia -- Epidural analgesia and anesthesia -- Peripheral nerve blocks -- Principles of anesthesia in heart transplantation -- Cardiopulmonary bypass -- Lung isolation techniques -- Somatosensory-evoked potentials and spinal surgery -- Anesthesia for craniotomy -- Minimally invasive surgery -- Electroconvulsive therapy -- Acute pain management -- Chronic pain management.
  • edited by Linda S. Aglio, Harvard Medical School and the Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, USA, Robert W. Lekowski, the Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA, Richard D. Urman, the Brigham and Women's Hospital, Center for Perioperative Management and Medical Informatics, and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.
    Digital : Cambridge2015
  • authors, Dr. Edward T. Gilbert-Kawai, MBChB, Anaesthetic Registrar, Central London School of Anaesthesia, UK, Dr. Marc D. Wittenberg, MBChB, BSc (Hons), FRCA, Senior Anaesthetic Regististrar, Central London School of Anaesthesia, UK ; foreword and contents editor, Dr. Wynne Davies, MBBCh, DRCOG, DCH, FRCA, FFICM, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK, statistical editor, Dr. Rebecca Gilbert, PhD, School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol, UK.
    Digital : Cambridge2014
  • [edited by] Roberta L. Hines, Katherine E. Marschall.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2013
    Ischemic Heart Disease -- Valvular Heart Disease -- Congenital Heart Disease -- Abnormalities of Cardiac Conduction and Cardiac Rhythm -- Systemic and Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension -- Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathies -- Pericardial Diseases and Cardiac Trauma -- Vascular Disease -- Respiratory Diseases -- Diseases Affecting the Brain -- Spinal Cord Disorders -- Diseases of the Autonomic and Peripheral Nervous Systems -- Diseases of the Liver and Biliary Tract -- Diseases of the Gastrointestinal System -- Inborn Errors of Metabolism -- Nutritional Diseases-Obesity and Malnutrition -- Renal Disease -- Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Disorders -- Endocrine Disease -- Hematologic Disorders -- Skin and Musculoskeletal Diseases -- Infectious Diseases -- Cancer -- Diseases Related to Immune System Dysfunction -- Psychiatric Disease, Substance Abuse, and Drug Overdose -- Pregnancy-Associated Diseases -- Pediatric Diseases -- Geriatric Disorders.
  • edited by Larry Chu, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California, Andrea Fuller, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, Colorado.
    Digital : Ovid2012
    Introduction to anesthesiology -- Monitoring -- Equipment and procedures -- Intraoperative fluid management and blood component therapy -- Neuraxial and regional anesthesia -- Pharmacology -- Anesthesia and comorbid diseases -- Pediatric anesthesia -- Anesthetic concerns in subspecialty anesthesia -- Postoperative concerns in anesthesia -- Atlas of anesthesia procedures -- Atlas of transesophageal echocardiography -- Atlas of peripheral nerve block procedures.
  • Milo Engoren, Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Michigan, USA, Sean Neill and William Simpson.
    Digital : Cambridge2017
    "The OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) component of the ABA Applied exam is a new concept that involves a number of 'live' practical stations in which candidates must demonstrate communication, professionalism and technical skills to the examiners. This book covers topics that are outlined in the ABA curriculum, presented in a way that emulates the OSCE exam setting, and will help candidates prepare for the exam and test their knowledge. Each station is constructed in clear, logical fashion to make the revision of individual topics more accessible. The sample questions and answers allow self-testing and are complemented by discussions, numerous illustrations and up-to-date clinical guidelines which follow modern-day anesthetic practice. The OSCE Guide for the ABA Applied Examination is a must-have resource which will help candidates further understand and prepare for the OSCE process"-- Provided by publisher. "The Objective Structured Cinical Examination (OSCE) is designed to measure if the examinee can do things. Using written and oral examinations, the examinees have already shown that they knows things, have sufficient knowledge to be anesthesiologists, but are they just "book smart?" When I started in Medical school, certifying examinations were mostly written but some had an oral component where examinees needed to show that they could think and act like a consultant"-- Provided by publisher.
  • Matthew E. Cross, MB, ChB, MA, MRCP, FRCA, Consultant Anaesthetist, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth, UK, Emma V.E. Plunkett, MBBS, MA, MRCP, FRCA, Specialist Registrar in Anaesthetics, Birmingham School of Anaesthesia, UK ; foreword to the second editin by Professor Peter Hutton, PhD, FRCA, FRCP, FIMechE, Consultant Anaesthetist, University Hospital Birmingham and Honorary Professor of Anaesthesia, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.
    Digital : Cambridge2014
    Section 1. Mathematical principles -- Section 2. Physical principles -- Section 3. Principles of special equipment -- Section 4. Pharmacological principles -- Section 5. Pharmacodynamics -- Section 6. Pharmacokinetics -- Section 7. Respiratory physiology -- Section 8. Cardiovascular physiology -- Section 9. Renal physiology -- Section 10. Neurophysiology -- Section 11. Applied sciences -- Section 12. Statistical principles -- Appendix -- Index.
  • Aman Kalsi, Nikhail Balani.
    Digital : Cambridge2016
    Section 1. Mathematical concepts -- Section 2. Heat, temperature and humidity -- Section 3. Gases, vapours and liquids -- Section 4. Electricity and magnetism -- Section 5. Biological signals -- Section 6. Waves, light and sound -- Section 7. Gas analysis -- Section 8. Suction, CO₂ absorption and cleaning -- Section 9. Radiology.
  • James Nickells, Ben Walton.
    Digital : Cambridge2012
    Preparing for the Primary FRCA? Wondering what to expect of the new SBA questions? Help is at hand. This practical book contains 60 single best answer and 120 multiple true/false questions to help you revise for the Primary FRCA MCQ exam. Each question is accompanied by detailed explanations, giving additional information on each topic to enhance revision. SBA and MTF MCQs for the Primary FRCA may be used both for examination practice and as a source of knowledge on many of the key topics in the syllabus. A helpful introductory section gives practical advice on how to approach revision and sitting the exam. From the writing team behind the FRCAQ website (, SAQs for the Final FRCA and SBAs for the Final FRCA, this book provides challenging questions and well researched explanations to help you through the Primary FRCA MCQ paper. An invaluable tool for your MCQ exam preparation.

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