Advanced Training in Anaesthesia
Oxford University Press
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About this title
Highly commended at the BMA Medical Book Awards 2015
- Covers curriculum-based training requirements examined in the Final FRCA examination
- Presents material in an easily accessible format to offer structured learning and revision
A curriculum-based guide, Advanced Training in Anaesthesia contains everything candidates need in preparation for taking the Final FRCA exam. This book is ideal for both learning and exam revision, but it also provides a ready source of reference for situations in all specialties and sub-specialties, with knowledge which will continue to apply beyond training.
Topics in applied basic science and clinical anaesthesia are presented in a systems-based format, as laid out in the syllabus set by the Royal College of Anaesthetics, allowing for easy navigation and structured learning and revision.
Advanced Training in Anaesthesia is authored by both trainees and specialists in order to create an authoritative yet accessible text. Containing everything candidates need to know to pass this final major hurdle in anaesthetic training, this book is ideal for exam revision.
Suggestions for further reading are included for candidates wishing to read around the subjects. Topics in applied basic science are presented in a systems-based format, as laid out in the syllabus set by the Royal College of Anaesthetists, to allow for easy navigation and structured learning and revision.
Authors: Edited by Jeremy Prout, Tanya Jones, and Daniel Martin