This book is specially designed for the American Board of Anesthesiology Oral Examination. The evidence-based approach is presented in a concise outline-oriented format. The Knockout Treatment Plan and Technical Knockout sections demonstrate the best ways to manage the case and pass the oral exam. More than 100 topics covered here have already been board-review tested by residents at Case Western Reserve University who have passed the oral board exam.
Written for trainees who are preparing to take the Anesthesia Oral Board exam, Rapid Review Anesthesiology Oral Boards is focused on the most commonly tested topics on the ABA oral board exam. Presented in a question-and-answer format, the book covers 39 different clinical scenarios encountered in the exam, including the Parkland formula to calculate fluid resuscitation in burn patients, ICP monitoring in craniotomy and hemodynamic goals in patients with cardiac disease. Questions follow the normal course of a case, from pre-operative assessment to intra-operative management and post-operative care. The answers to the questions are carefully structured to not only help the reader understand the medicine of anesthesia but also to provide the correct terminology needed to successfully pass the exam. This book is essential reading for trainees preparing for one of the toughest exams of their careers.
Essential Topics and Cases for Anesthesia Oral Boards is a comprehensive review for those physicians who have passed the written Board examination in Anesthesiology and are preparing for the oral part of the exam. The text covers all major cases and situations that are likely to be encountered in a complex anesthesia practice and is an invaluable resource, both for the examination itself and the clinical practice of Anesthesiology. Organized in a case presentation format, each section focuses on the complications and implications of anesthetic technique, surgical procedure and patient illness, with essential topics and clinical points clearly and precisely explained.
150 two-sided cards help you develop the critical thinking skills necessary to ace the Anesthesiology Oral Boards Take the stress out of anesthesiology oral board preparation by learning how to analyze a complex situation, formulate an organized plan, and communicate it in a way that impresses the examiners Learn simple principles that guide you through information gathering, synthesis, decision making, and reevaluation Benefit from valuable tips on what to say and do during the oral exam Study effectively alone or with a partner Save hundreds of hours sifting through textbooks and journal articles Fact-filled flash cards review the most relevant diseases, procedures, and events that are covered on the boards
Anesthesiology Applied Exam Board Review is a comprehensive guide for preparing for the American Board of Anesthesiology Applied Exam, which includes the traditional Standardized Oral Examination (SOE) and a new Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) component. This guide is also a useful review for residents preparing for in-training examinations in Anesthesiology. The text contains over 40 long and short exam stems, with questions regarding the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative care. Included with the book is access to the questions online for an e-learning experience. Topics chosen are based on ABA-released exams and student feedback regarding what are the highest yielding topics for the oral board exam. Each chapter includes not just questions and answers based on ABA-provided grading criteria, but also an emphasis on how to formulate answers and break down complex topics and processes into simpler formats.
Key Notes for Anesthesia Oral Board and OSCE is an updated book for board eligible anesthesiologists to prepare for anesthesia oral board. It includes the newest content outline for the objective structured clinical examination including ultrasound and echo images. Unlike the written board in which the examinees can have vague knowledge to be able to pick up the right answers, in the oral board the examinees must have well organized and clear-cut knowledge to be able to speak it out. In addition, the answers in oral board need to be short and right to the point. As a result, the knowledge base for oral board has to be concise and precise. To fulfill this goal, the Key Notes contains only key facts of all major clinical anesthesia scenarios, and it is organized in clinically related categories or systems in such ways that it is easy to remember and easy to speak out. It also contains the most recent ASA guidelines. In addition to oral board preparation, this book can also be used as a quick clinical reference book for daily anesthesia practice.
Beyond Anesthesia is a detailed and intensive review of the core knowledge needed to pass the Anesthesia Board Certification Examination. It contains all the essential information that you need to know in order to master the information tested by the ABA. This book should be utilized for the written and the oral board certification examination as well as the MOCA re-certification cognitive exam. The contents of this review book were written with the intention of assuring complete and utter success by the anesthesia practitioner who truly dedicates the time needed to pass the dreaded boards.
Think the anesthesia oral boards are no laughing matter? Then you haven’t read Board Stiff Three. The new edition of this popular anesthesia review book is written in the same winning style that was the hallmark of Board Stiff Too. Dr. Gallagher’s signature humor and engaging writing style make this terrific prep book a fun read while still delivering all the most important things you need to know for the boards. In addition to a thorough content review, the new edition also features an extensive section with self-assessment questions. It also includes a bonus DVD with simulated board scenarios that will further help you prepare for the boards. Provides the ideal study guide for the anesthesia oral board exams. Incorporates a unique and humorous approach to make braving the oral exams as enjoyable as possible. Uses the same format as the real exams: clinical scenes are presented, followed by preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative questions. Includes a bonus DVD with simulated board scenarios.
A structured way for residents to prepare for random questions on the anesthesia oral boards Anesthesiology Oral Board Flash Cards, Second Edition are the perfect way for residents to prepare for any random question that an examiner may ask on the anesthesia oral boards. The cards are designed to impart best patient care for a specific disease/condition or surgical procedure. Great for studying alone or with a partner, these cards teach residents how to think through an unexpected operating scenario. The set includes approximately 180 color-coded cards (30 more than the previous edition) plus an instruction booklet that includes tips on how to excel on the oral boards. The flip side of each card has been enhanced to include full-color figures, suggested readings, typical oral board questions, and tips.
This book will educate and prepare neurosurgery candidates who are preparing for the Neurosurgery Oral Board exam, the final step prior to board certification. It will also serve as a primer for the Goodman oral board course, a bi-annual course sponsored by the AANS. The book begins by initially describing the format of the oral board exam in the US. It then examines some of the concepts and techniques in the question-answer process that forms the major premise of the oral board exam. Each chapter contains 4-5 case presentations, which are organized similarly to how oral board questions are presented, with a brief history / physical and relevant imaging studies. The authors provide detailed analysis of these cases, as well as key references for each case with the salient conclusions from each referenced paper. While there are a few books that cover the board exams, none of them are specifically designed as case-based resources for oral board exam preparation. Goodman's Neurosurgery Oral Board Review focuses specifically on the oral board exam. Its primary intended audience is US, Canadian and British neurosurgeons who are preparing for the oral board, but it will also be a very appropriate resource for those who are trying to maintain competence in neurosurgery. Dr. Levi's edited text is authored by a group of long-standing, dedicated members to the course who have taught it for the last 15 years. With their extensive experience in teaching for the board exams, the skillset they bring to this book is unrivaled.
Turn to the proven First Aid formula to help you ace the Anesthesia Boards AN INSIDER'S STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO PASSING THE ANESTHESIA BOARD EXAM Written by a team of residents from St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, this is a high-yield “insider's guide” to success on the anesthesia boards and in-service exams. The books presents quick, frequently-tested, high-yield facts based on the most recently administered exams. You will find this great for initial and last minute exam review and anesthesiologists will find it valuable as a refresher before recertification. Features: A complete one-stop review for in-service, written, and oral boards Quick, high-yield facts review the most frequently tested topics Mnemonics make learning and memorization fast, fun, and easy Margin notes reinforce must-know information Covers all the subspecialties, including pediatric, obstetric, cardiac, and thoracic anesthesiology Reviews the most common oral board topics Great as a refresher for recertification The High-Yield Content You Need to Ace the Anesthesia Boards: Introduction: How to Succeed on the Boards, Section 1: The Fundamentals of Anesthetic Management: Anesthetic Pharmacology, Physiology and Anesthesia, Preoperative Evaluation, Monitoring and Equipment, Techniques for General Anesthesia, Techniques for Regional Anesthesia, PACU, Section 2: Anesthesia for the Subspecialties: Pediatric Anesthesia, Obstetric Anesthesia, Cardiac Anesthesia, Thoracic Anesthesia, Vascular Anesthesia, Neurosurgical Anesthesia, Anesthesia for Trauma, Critical Care, Pain, Anesthesia for Ophthalmic and ENT Surgeries, Anesthesia for GU Surgery, Anesthesia for Patients with Liver Disease, Anesthesia for Patients with Endocrine Disease, Anesthesia for Transplantation, Anesthesia for Laparoscopic Surgery, Anesthesia for Orthopaedic Surgery, Anesthesia Outside of the ER, Special Considerations for Anesthesia Practice, Section 3:Common Oral Board Topics.
* Ideal study guide for the anesthesia oral exams * Unique and honest approach to braving the oral exams * Practice exams use the same format as the real exams: clinical scenes are presented, followed by preop, intraop, and postop questions
Prepare for the oral boards with the thoroughly updated Clinical Cases in Anesthesia. This comprehensive and current anesthesia review tool presents case studies representing today's most commonly encountered clinical situations, equipping you to master the latest anesthesia treatment protocols and practice guidelines and achieve your very best score. Learn the most practical solutions to contemporary problems, and understand the relevant scientific and clinical principles, through actual case studies presented in a helpful Q&A format.
This is an essential guide for passing your oral Anesthesia Boards. Not only does it contain essential Anesthesia information, but also, and equally important, how to reorganize information for a patterned and effective response to the examiner's specific questions. Learn the format and effective style they want! The information and techniques are not often found elsewhere, tying it all together, formatting it specifically for the Anesthesia Oral Board Exam. Prepare yourself efficiently with lists, pneumonic aids, acronyms, and plain logic. This is not an exhaustive Anesthesia review, but you need to know and will benefit from everything in this book. You've been in practice and you know the material. Now, learn how to show the examiners that you think, communicate, and practice as a Diplomate. Others have declared: "You present an insider's guide." "I passed the first time with the help of your book!" "You de-fanged the bullies!"
The first work ever published on this topic, this book summarizes everything you need to know to prepare for the neurosurgery oral examinations. It was designed as a quick and easily accessible reference for residents, with sections on medical management, surgical techniques, and insights of how to study for the test. Key features: - Comprehensive and concise - key facts summarized in 220 pages - Straightforward organization for quick access and easy memorization of the most vital information - More than 70 illustrations to highlight core concepts - Helpful hints that give you the benefit of the author's experience Here is the convenient study guide that all neurosurgical residents will want available for reliable reference. No other resource is as concise and easy to use. Take advantage of this outstanding tool to ensure your success on the oral boards!
Anesthesiology is one of the most difficult Board Certification exams for any medical specialty The passing rate for this exam is less than 50% to there is an urgent need for a publication such as this Audience: Anesthesia residents, Anesthesiologists, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthesiologists Answers are indexed by topic to help residents assess their strengths and weaknesses on the different components of the exam
Keyed to the newly revised and updated Sixth Edition of Barash, Cullen, Stoelting, Cahalan and Stock's Clinical Anesthesia, this comprehensive review book is an excellent study tool for preparing for written and oral board exams. It contains over 1,000 questions following the format of the actual exams, with answers and succinct, clearly written explanations. The chapters in the review book correspond to the chapters in Clinical Anesthesia, Sixth Edition. The page number in the textbook where more detailed information can be found is cited in the answer to each question. A companion Website will offer an online question bank for easier self-study.
Why waste time guessing at what you need to know for the emergency medicine oral boards? Maximize your exam preparation time with this quick-hit question and answer review. The unique question and single-answer format eliminates the guesswork associated with traditional multiple-choice Q&A reviews and reinforces only the correct answers you'll need to know for your oral exam. Emphasis is placed on distilling key facts and clinical pearls essential for exam success. This high-yield review for the oral boards is the perfect compliment to larger texts for intense, streamlined review in the days and weeks before your exam.