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Critical Care MCQs Problem-based Learning
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Editors: Kapil Gangadhar Zirpe MBBS MD (Chest) FICCM FCCM FSNCC
 
Subhal Bhalchandra Dixit MD (Medicine) FCCM FICCM FICP
 
Atul Prabhakar Kulkarni MD (Anesthesiology) FISCCM PGDHHM FICCM
 
Associate Editors: Khalid Ismail Khatib MD (Med) FICCM FICP
 
Harish Mallapura Maheshwarappa MBBS MD DNB IDCCM DM (Critical Care) EDICM (Dublin)
 


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ISBN9789356963108
Edition1/e
Publish Year2024
Pages658
Size6.75" x 9.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVDNo
FormatSingle Color
Quick Overview
This book has 32 chapters and approximately 950+ MCQs related to critical care medicine. Emphasis has been attributed to tropical diseases, infection control, neurocritical care, quality, patient safety, ethics, hemodynamic, and mechanical ventilation. The answers have been given for MCQs along with explanations and appropriate references at the end of every chapter. This book is highly interactive, and the content has been so designed as to cover the syllabus of critical care medicine training courses.
Key Features
  • This book is highly interactive and the content has been so designed as to cover the syllabus of critical care medicine courses.
  • This book has 32 chapters and approximately 950+ MCQs related to critical care medicine.
  • The focus of MCQs is on problems that would be encountered commonly in clinical practice rather than an assessment of the anyone’s knowledge of trivial facts that are seldom encountered.
  • Majority of questions are prepared with the clinical case scenario followed by relevant signs, symptoms, subsequent findings, etc.
  • In essence, all the relevant information is available that is necessary for a competent candidate to answer the question.
  • Well-constructed MCQs will test the application of medical knowledge (context-rich) rather than just the recall of information (context-free).
  • Ambiguity and the use of imprecise terms have been avoided throughout book.
Target Audience
Postgraduate Trainees in Critical Care
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