Clinical Data Interpretation in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
Stephen Bonner, and Christopher Dodds
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This new resource explains how to interpret the data encountered in everyday practice, such as in X-rays or coronary angiograms, and how to use them to formulate a diagnosis. Real-world examples in data interpretation prepare readers for the OSCE paper in the primary exam, and for the structured vivas in the final exam for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists.
Emphasizes the type of data that anaesthetists encounter in general anaesthesia, the respiratory system, cardiology, orthopaedics and trauma, intensive care, paediatrics, pain, obstetrics, and neurosurgery.
Presents questions with complete answers.
By Stephen Bonner, Chairman, Northern Schools of Anaesthesia, Middlesborough, UK; and Christopher Dodds, Consultant Anaesthetist, South Cleveland Hospital, Middlesborough, UK
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