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A single, comprehensive text covering all the MCQs required to prepare for both the Primary and Final FRCA exams.
Written for anaesthesia trainees, this comprehensive text covers all the MCQ preparation required for both the Primary and Final FRCA exams. Broken down into five sections, there are 150 questions for each of the physics, pharmacology, anatomy, and physiology sections, and a fifth section of 400 questions covering clinical anaesthesia. The first four sections of 150 questions match the Primary exam and are laid out to follow its format. The fifth clinical section covers the entire clinical syllabus. The authors are educators in anaesthesia and surgery and their wealth of experience has been brought together in this text to benefit the next generation of anaesthetists. Covering the entire syllabus, with 1,000 expertly distributed questions, this is the most comprehensive text available for MCQ preparation for both parts of the FRCA.
Ebrahim, Hozefa Hozefa Ebrahim is a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, Heartlands Hospital, University Hospitals Birmingham, and College Tutor for Anaesthesia at the Heart of England Foundation NHS Trust. He has been teaching postgraduate anaesthesia and intensive care medicine for ten years, and has previously published Practice Single Best Answer Questions for the Final FRCA (Cambridge, 2012). Clarke, Michael Michael Clarke is a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Management for the Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust. He has previously co-edited Practice Single Best Answers for the Final FRCA (Cambridge, 2012), as well as contributing questions to this and other exam preparation resources. Khambalia, Hussein Hussein Khambalia is a Surgical Registrar in the North West Deanery. He is a transplant trainee, specialising in kidney and pancreas transplantation, multi-organ retrieval and vascular access surgery. He has demonstrated anatomy at Guys Hospital, Kings College Hospital and St Thomas' Medical School and is currently also an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Manchester. Mr Khambalia's research interests include peri-operative optimisation and risk prediction in pancreas transplantation, pre-operative pancreas allograft assessment and DCD donor assessment. Susnerwala, Insiya Insiya Susnerwala is a Specialist Registrar in Anaesthesia with an interest in obstetric and regional anaesthesia at the North West School of Anaesthesia. She teaches simulation training, is an instructor on the Advanced Life Support course, has teaching role preparing candidates sitting for the Primary and Final FRCA and is an examiner for medical student OSCE's. Pierson, Richard Richard Pierson is a Consultant Anaesthetist at the Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust. He specialises in vascular and obstetric anaesthesia and is currently lead consultant for both difficult airways and critical incident management. He has a keen interest in medical education with roles as Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Birmingham and GMC Named Educational Supervisor. Pierson, Anna Anna Pierson is a Speciality Registrar in the Birmingham School of Anaesthesia. She is the current Lead Trainee for 'Less Than Full Time Training in Anaesthesia' in the West Midlands region. Her interests include ENT, maxillo-facial, and vascular anaesthesia. She has previously contributed to Practice Single Best Answer Questions for the Final FRCA: A Revision Guide (Cambridge, 2012) and edited Returning to Work in Anaesthesia: Back on the Circuit (Cambridge, 2016). Bindal, Natish Natish Bindal is a Consultant Neuroanaesthetist and Operational Departmental Lead at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. His neuroanaesthetic clinical practice includes both cranial and complex spinal work; with special interests in anaesthesia for epilepsy surgery; awake craniotomy; and complex head and neck oncology surgery.
Written for anaesthesia trainees, this single, comprehensive text covers all the MCQ preparation required for both the Primary and Final FRCA exams. It features 150 questions for each of the four basic sciences (physics, pharmacology, anatomy and physiology), and a further 400 questions for clinical anaesthesia.