A concise and up-to-date text for the final FRCA examination, bridging the gap between enormous tomes and smaller books which do not cover the subject at FRCA level. Compiled from notes from Part III courses, the text covers all the main clinical aspects of the exam in greater detail placed on more topical and commonly examined subjects. It also contains relevant guidelines from the Royal Colleges, the Association of Anaesthetists and the American Association of Anesthetists, the conclusions from the National Confidential Enquiries into Perioperative and Maternal Deaths, these do not appear together in any other single publication. In addition, the text encompasses reviews from anaesthetic literature over the past five years - making it a useful reference for the trainee or the qualified anaesthetist. Features: * Pitched at the right level for FRCA candidates * Covers the main clinical aspects of the exam * Includes guidelines from a variety of authoritative sources * Compliled from Part III course notes and recent anathesia literature
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"There are a multitude of books aimed at the FRCA examination, but Clinical Notes for the FRCA deserves particular mention...This book aims to facilitate learning by reviewing current anaesthetic literature and presenting key information in a detailed but concise manner. I believe it is very successful in doing that...It is difficult to mention any weakness in this book...I have found Clinical Notes for the FRCA to be an excellent resource for both assisting my revision and highlighting gaps in my knowledge. Some colleagues have used it to help direct their revision by annotating it to create their own notes, whilst others have used it further on in their studies to ensure that they have covered all of the key topics. Either way, it has proved extremely useful in the daunting task of revising for the Final FRCA examination, and I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone in a similar position."
Anaesthesia, May 2012
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Descripción Elsevier. Estado de conservación: New. pp. 308. Nº de ref. de la librería 5770571
Descripción Churchill Livingstone, 1996. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0443053863