Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Surgery
Oxford University Press
This Oxford University Press app-book, Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Surgery, improves your performance with relevant, valid material that you can access quickly and with minimum effort in the palm of your hand using Indextra's patented technology.
THIS APP-BOOK includes unique functions such as:
- A powerful search
- Complete set of medical calculators; Body Mass Index, Peak Expiratory Flows, Dehydration Correction Calculator and more
- High-resolution pictures
- Notes and picture-notes
About this title:
Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Surgery is a new addition to a trusted revision series for medical undergraduates.
It includes more than 270 SBAs and EMQs, covering all the core surgical specialties from orthopaedics to urology. Many questions are illustrated with clinical photographs, scans, and anatomical diagrams. Each question is accompanied by extensive feedback that explains the rationale behind correct and incorrect answers, as well as a star rating system that will help you track your progress.
This volume is also fully cross-referenced to the fourth edition of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Surgery, and references key clinical research and guidelines to help you pursue your learning even further.
Written by practising surgeons and edited by leading surgical educators and experts in medical assessment to ensure top-quality content, this is the ultimate revision guide to surgery for undergraduates. Ace your Finals with Oxford: Assess and Progress!
- Covers both SBAs and EMQs as popular types of assessment in one volume
- Teases out a comprehensive range of core clinical topics and key professional themes
- Chapter editorials unpick tricky subjects and offer expert advice on clinical reasoning and assessment
- Detailed feedback clearly explains why answers are correct and why the distracters are incorrect
- Each question is rated out of four possible progression levels from student to junior doctor
- References to the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Surgery and other sources direct readers to extra revision material
- Written by clinicians with assessment experts as Series Editors to ensure quality
Editors: Neil Borley, Frank Smith, Paul McGovern, Bernadette Pereira, and Oliver Old. Contributors: Katharine Boursicot and David Sales