More than 800 Q&As deliver a rigorous review for critical care board certification!
Part of the acclaimed McGraw-Hill Education Specialty Board Review series, this well-illustrated review is designed for critical care physicians preparing for board certification or recertification. The coverage mirrors the board exam outlines of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and American board of Anesthesiology (ABA), the two bodies that issue board certification in critical care medicine. The text is enhanced by numerous high-quality images, including X-rays, CT scans, and electrocardiograms. This innovative resource is also excellent as a clinical refresher in pulmonary medicine. In addition to multiple-choice questions and answer explanations, chapters include a concise review of all core topics covered on the exam, making Critical Care Examination and Board Review a great critical care review book for residents, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.
- More than 800 multiple choice questions with complete answer explanations
- Current guidelines from various specialities are incorporated throughout the text, including their levels and grades of recommendation
- Includes chapters on all core topics covered on critical care exams, including hemodynamic monitoring; shock; arrhythmias and hypertensive emergencies; mechanical ventilation; airway management; sepsis; healthcare acquired infections; and critical care ultrasound.
- Contributions from a broad range of specialists, including pulmonologists, anesthesiologists, family physicians, internists, and emergency medicine physicians
- Includes numerous high-quality images, including X-rays, CT scans, and electrocardiograms
Ronaldo Collo Go, MD is a pulmonologist and critical care specialist who's board-certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, and critical care medicine. He currently works for Crystal Run Healthcare in Middletown, NY, and is affiliated with Orange Regional Medical Center. He also edited Pulmonary Disease Exam and Board Review, published by McGraw-Hill Education in 2016.