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MRCS Revision Guide: Limbs and Spine

by Mazyar Kanani Khaled M. Sarraf

This new, up-to-date, concise revision guide for the MRCS Part B examination equips candidates with the essential knowledge and armamentarium required to tackle the exam. Written in a model question-and-answer format to aid the breakdown of information, candidates can practise some of the most common exam questions they can expect to face. Including subdivisions on applied surgical science and critical care, anatomy and surgical pathology, surgical skills and patient safety and a section on clinical examinations of the limbs and spine, this guide will increase candidates' confidence in both exam technique and key concepts. MRCS Revision Guide: Limbs and Spine is a concise, handy pocket book; a 'must have' quick reference guide for busy surgical trainees studying for the MRCS examination.

MRCS Revision Guide: Trunk and Thorax

by Leanne Harling Mazyar Kanani

The new MRCS structure replaces the vivas and clinical style examinations with an OSCE-based system. This revision guide - the first in a series - fully reflects this new format and provides a structured, systems-based approach to revision. Key aspects of anatomy, physiology, critical care, surgical pathology and operative care are combined whilst focusing on the questions commonly asked in the exam. The material is presented in a practical, question-and-answer based format to help readers retain details whilst providing all of the essential information needed for examination success. MRCS Revision Guide: Trunk and Thorax is a concise, clear pocketbook that reduces the need for bulky textbooks by providing a quick reference guide for busy surgical trainees. If you are studying for the MRCS examination, you need this book.

MRCS Revision Guide: Trunk and Thorax

by Mazyar Kanani Leanne Harling

The new MRCS structure replaces the vivas and clinical style examinations with an OSCE-based system. This revision guide - the first in a series - fully reflects this new format and provides a structured, systems-based approach to revision. Key aspects of anatomy, physiology, critical care, surgical pathology and operative care are combined whilst focusing on the questions commonly asked in the exam. The material is presented in a practical, question-and-answer based format to help readers retain details whilst providing all of the essential information needed for examination success. MRCS Revision Guide: Trunk and Thorax is a concise, clear pocketbook that reduces the need for bulky textbooks by providing a quick reference guide for busy surgical trainees. If you are studying for the MRCS examination, you need this book.

Surgical Critical Care Vivas

by Mazyar Kanani

An understanding of how to manage patients in the critical care environment is a key objective of surgical training, and the MRCS viva voce examination remains an area of much anxiety for many candidates. Surgical Critical Care Vivas aims to dispel at least some of this anxiety by providing some of the most common questions that are likely to be encountered, along with detailed model answers, which help the reader to consolidate their knowledge and understand key concepts. The answers themselves are structured so that the main points needed to address the question fully are clearly summarised and easily understood. Packed with useful information presented in an accessible A-Z format, this useful book allows the busy candidate to work through any number of questions, alone or as part of a group, to practice their oral examination technique, focus on areas of weakness and most effectively plan their revision. Essential reading for MRCS/AFRCS(Ed) viva examination candidates. Also useful as an aide memoire to the junior surgeon and anaesthetist and as a quick reference and self-assessment tool for other ICU-based personnel such as emergency nurses or operating department assistants.

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