Training In Anaesthesia

Paperback | April 18, 2010

EditorKevin Kiff, Catherine Spoors

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Oxford Specialty Training is a major new series aimed at postgraduate trainees, taking into account the training structures and syllabuses newly introduced by the Modernising Medical Careers initiative.Training in Anaesthesia is a curriculum-based guide to the first phase of specialty training in anaesthetics; comprehensively covering the specific techniques, assessments and basic medical and physiological knowledge that trainees are required to learn as part of their basic training. These areasare currently examined by the Primary FRCA exam as part of a student's progress towards full fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists, though the knowledge contained within the book continues to apply throughout all phases of training.The book is authored by both trainees and specialists, and has been comprehensively edited and peer-reviewed by both groups in order to create an authoritative yet accessible text, highlighted and augmented by many of the diagrams and key concepts that a trainee may be expected to reproduce duringviva examinations. Novel drug tables convey essential information in a new and attractive form, and the majority of images have been created specifically for this book, avoiding the cliched figures and illustrations reproduced in training texts to date. The organisation of the material is unique,and the topic-based design ensures easy navigation and structured revision and learning.

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Oxford Specialty Training is a major new series aimed at postgraduate trainees, taking into account the training structures and syllabuses newly introduced by the Modernising Medical Careers initiative.Training in Anaesthesia is a curriculum-based guide to the first phase of specialty training in anaesthetics; comprehensively covering ...

Kevin Kiff qualified from the London Hospital Medical School, and following a grounding in medicine started his anaesthetic training in London, completing the final FRCA examination in 1993. Following one year at Great Ormond Steet PICU, he was appointed Senior Registrar in Anaesthesia at St Bartholomew's Hospital, during which time h...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:672 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.01 inPublished:April 18, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199227268

ISBN - 13:9780199227266

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Table of Contents

1. Pre-operative assessment2. The anaesthetics room, checks and equipment3. The anaesthetics room environment4. The operating room environment5. Recovery6. Applied anatomy, regional and spinal anaesthesia7. Essential concepts in physiology and pharmacology8. The central nervous system and pain physiology9. The autonomic nervous system10. Muscle physiology and pharmacology11. Cardiovascular physiology, pharmacology and medicine12. Body compartments and fluid balance13. Renal physiology, pharmacology and medicine14. Respiratory physiology, pharmacology and medicine15. Haematology16. Immunology17. Microbiology and infection control18. Liver and GI tract physiology, pharmacology and medicine19. Endocrine physiology, pharmacology and medicine20. Obstetric anaesthesia and analgesia21. Paediatric anaesthesia and analgesia22. Anaesthesia and analgesia in the elderly23. HDU and ICU care24. Trauma25. Critical incidents26. Maths for the anaesthetist