Anesthesiology Applied Exam Board Review
Anesthesiology Applied Exam Board Review is a comprehensive guide for preparing for the American Board of Anesthesiology Applied Exam, which includes the traditional Standardized Oral Examination (SOE) and a new Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) component. This guide is also a useful review for residents preparing for in-training examinations in Anesthesiology. The text contains over 40 long and short exam stems, with questions regarding the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative care. Included with the book is access to the questions online for an e-learning experience. Topics chosen are based on ABA-released exams and student feedback regarding what are the highest yielding topics for the oral board exam. Each chapter includes not just questions and answers based on ABA-provided grading criteria, but also an emphasis on how to formulate answers and break down complex topics and processes into simpler formats.
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