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Multiple choice questions in intensive care medicine.


Multiple choice questions in intensive care medicine.

Benington, Steve et al.

TFM Publishing Ltd.


276 pages




Specialists in anesthesia and intensive care medicine in Manchester, England present 300 questions as a study guide for the European Diploma in Intensive Care or analogous certification examinations. They cover the breadth of knowledge required of practicing intensive care physicians, including resuscitation, diagnosis, disease management, practical procedures, peri-operative care, ethics, and applied basic science. The answer to each question is accompanied by short referenced notes sourced from peer-reviewed journals, educational articles, and major critical-care textbooks. The guide draws on the syllabus provided by the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine. It is not indexed.

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Date:Jun 1, 2009
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