A rigorous, high-yield review for the new ABA Part 1: BASIC Examination
The year 2014 marks the beginning of a new phase in board certification for anesthesiology residents in the United States. The Part 1 exam is now split into two written examinations: Basic and Advanced. Anesthesiology. Residents who are unable to pass the Basic examination will not be allowed to finish their training. That's why this book is a true must read for every anesthesiology resident. It is the single best way to take the stress out of this make-or-break exam, focus your study on nearly 200 must-know topics found on the board exam outline, and identify your areas of strength and weakness.
Written by program directors with many years of board examination advising experience, Anesthesiology Core Review Part One: BASIC Exam is designed to be the cornerstone of your study preparation. Each chapter of Anesthesiology Core Review succinctly summarizes key concepts in basic science and clinical anesthesia practice. Space is conveniently provided throughout the book to add notes from other study resources.
Anesthesiology Core Review Part One: BASIC Exam is logical divided into four sections:
· Basic Science
· Clinical Sciences
· Organ-Based Sciences
· Special Issues in Anesthesiology (covering important topics such as professionalism and licensure, ethics, and patient safety)
With its expert authorship and concise yet thorough coverage, Anesthesiology Core Review Part One: BASIC Exam is biggest step you can take to assure effective preparation for the new ABA BASIC Examination.
Brian Freeman, MD (Washington, DC), Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, Residency Program Director, Georgetown University
Jeffrey S. Berger, MD (Washington, DC), Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Residency Program Director, George Washington University