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Anesthesia: A Comprehensive Review is an invaluable study tool for certification and recertification as well as a superb way to ensure mastery of all the key knowledge in anesthesiology. Brian A. Hall and Robert C. Chantigian present nearly 1000 completely updated review questions—vetted by Mayo residents—that cover the latest discoveries and techniques in physics, biochemistry, and anesthesia equipment; the newest drugs and drug categories; and the most recent information on all anesthesia subspecialties. They cover everything from the basic sciences to general anesthesia and subspecialty considerations, with an emphasis on the most important and clinically relevant principles. Access discussions of each question as well as page references to major anesthesia texts. With online access to the text at expertconsult.com, you’ll have the ultimate review guide for the ABA written exam.
- Tests your knowledge of anesthesia through the most comprehensive coverage of basic science and clinical practice for an effective review.
- Features questions vetted by Mayo residents to ensure a consistent level of difficulty from trustworthy sources.
- Features the full text online at expertconsult.com for convenient reference.
- Presents 997 thoroughly revised questions for the most current and comprehensive review of board material, covering the latest discoveries and techniques in physics, biochemistry, and anesthesia equipment; the newest drugs and drug categories; and the most recent information on all anesthesia subspecialties.
- Complies with the new ABA format so you have an accurate representation of the new question style and can prepare effectively.
- Includes discussions after each question, along with references to major anesthesia texts so it’s easy to find more information on any subject.
Brian A. Hall, MD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota and Robert C. Chantigian, MD, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota