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BASIC Essentials
A Comprehensive Review for the Anesthesiology BASIC Exam

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Dallis Clendeninn, Nadia Hernandez, Morgane Giordano, Jeron Zerillo, Bryan Hill, Tyler Chernin, Jonathan A. Paul, Michael D. Lazar, Matthew A. Levin, Thomas Palaia, Andrew Schwartz, Hung-Mo Lin, Hae-Young Kim, John Michael Williamson, Shaji Faisal, Ben Toure, Christopher R. Cowart, Vanny Le, Christopher Sikorski, Christina L. Jeng, Chang H. Park, Katherine Loftus, Andrew Goldberg, Ellen Flanagan, Daniel G. Springer, Theresa A. Gelzinis, Ali Shariat, Petrus Paulus Steyn, Jeffrey Derham, Ethan Bryson, Stefan A. Ianchulev, Charles P. Plant, Andrew Glasgow, Gabriel C. Baltazar, Anuj Malhotra, Rebecca E. Lee, Jung Kim, James Yeh, Yury Khelemsky, Joseph Park, Nakiyah Knibbs, Jeffrey Ciccone, Devon Flaherty, Jonathan Gal, Maria Castillo, Samuel Hunter, Daniel Katz, Kyle James Riley, Denes Papp, Bhoumesh Patel, Agathe Streiff, Claire Joseph, Diana Anca, Edward Mathney, Micheal Lazar, Sanford Littwin, Raj Parekh, Katelyn O'Connor, Christy Anthony, Michal Gajewski, Marc Sherwin, Natalie Smith, Sang J. Kim, Daniel R. Mandell, Kathirvel Subramaniam, Jacqueline Geier, Martha Schuessler, Sanjana Vig
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  • Date Published: November 2018
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108402613

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  • Focused and results-based, this important board review title covers everything that residents need to know when preparing for their Anesthesiology BASIC exam. Written by residents familiar with the exam, its use of bullet points and illustrations enables effective learning and efficient exam preparation. Providing a comprehensive review of all exam topics, the guide uses a clear and focused note-taking style to present 'high-yield' information, enabling efficient study techniques. Bullet points and short paragraphs feature to help rapid understanding, with margin space provided to annotate and add further notes. The helpful format ensures that all exam preparation, including notes from question banks, can be kept in this 'one-stop' review book. Mirroring the BASIC exam requirements, this book covers clinical anesthetic practice, pharmacology, physiology, anatomy, and anesthesia equipment and monitoring. Written by residents for residents, it is an essential preparation resource for the Anesthesiology BASIC exam.

    • A review study guide focused on 'high-yield' information, helping residents to study effectively and efficiently for the board exam
    • Uses bullet points, figures, illustrations and short paragraphs to enable rapid learning and understanding
    • Works as a notebook-style, 'one-stop' review guide, with space in margins to annotate and add further notes, including from question banks - ensuring that residents can keep all exam preparation in one place
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    • Date Published: November 2018
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108402613
    • dimensions: 274 x 218 x 13 mm
    • weight: 0.64kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. Anatomy Dallis Clendeninn and Nadia Hernandez
    2. Anesthesia delivery systems Morgane Giordano, Jeron Zerillo and Bryan Hill
    3. Monitoring methods Tyler Chernin
    4. Ventilators alarms and safety features Jonathan A. Paul and Michael D. Lazar
    5. Defibrillators Matthew A. Levin
    6. Electrical, fire and explosion hazards, basic electronics Thomas Palaia and Andrew Schwartz
    7. Basic mathematics and statistics Hung-Mo Lin, Hae-Young Kim and John Michael Williamson
    8. General pharmacology Shaji Faisal and Ben Toure
    9. Anesthetics: gases and vapor Christopher R. Cowart
    10. Anesthetic-intravenous: opioids Vanny Le
    11. Anesthetic-intravenous Christopher Sikorski
    12. Anesthetic – local Christina L. Jeng and Chang H. Park
    13. Muscle relaxants (depolarizing, non-depolarizing) Katherine Loftus and Andrew Goldberg
    14. Evaluation of the patient and pre-operative preparation Ellen Flanagan
    15. Preparation for general anesthesia and premedication Daniel G. Springer and Theresa A. Gelzinis
    16. Regional anesthesia Ali Shariat
    17. General anesthesia Petrus Paulus Steyn and Jeffrey Derham
    18. Monitored anesthesia care and sedation Ethan Bryson
    19. Intravenous fluid therapy in the perioperative period Stefan A. Ianchulev and Charles P. Plant
    20. Complications (etiology, prevention, treatment) Andrew Glasgow
    21. Postanesthesia recovery period – analgesics Gabriel C. Baltazar, Anuj Malhotra and Rebecca E. Lee
    22. Postanesthesia recovery period – common scenarios Gabriel C. Baltazar and Rebecca E. Lee
    23. Central and peripheral nervous system Jung Kim
    24. Pain mechanisms and pathways James Yeh and Yury Khelemsky
    25. Autonomic nervous system Thomas Palaia, Joseph Park, Nakiyah Knibbs and Jeffrey Ciccone
    26. Central nervous system anatomy Devon Flaherty and Jonathan Gal
    27. Respiratory physiology Maria Castillo
    28. Respiratory system anatomy Samuel Hunter and Daniel Katz
    29. Respiratory system: pharmacology Kyle James Riley and Daniel Katz
    30. Cardiac physiology Denes Papp and Bhoumesh Patel
    31. Basics of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, medications, defibrillators and advanced cardiac life support algorithms Agathe Streiff and Tyler Chernin
    32. Normal anatomy of heart and major vessels Claire Joseph and Diana Anca
    33. Cardiovascular pharmacology Edward Mathney
    34. Gastrointestinal systems Bryan Hill
    35. Renal anatomy and physiology Micheal Lazar
    36. Renal pharmacology Sanford Littwin
    37. Hematologic system: coagulation, anticoagulation, anti-platelet and thrombolytics Raj Parekh and Katelyn O'Connor
    38. Transfusions Christy Anthony and Michal Gajewski
    39. Reactions to transfusions Marc Sherwin, Natalie Smith and Sang J. Kim
    40. Endocrine and metabolic systems Daniel R. Mandell and Kathirvel Subramaniam
    41. Neuromuscular physiology and disorders Jacqueline Geier
    42. Special problems or issues in anesthesiology Martha Schuessler and Sanjana Vig.

  • Editors

    Alopi M. Patel, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s
    Alopi M. Patel is Pain Medicine Fellow in the Department of Anesthesiology, Pain and Perioperative Medicine at Mount Sinai St Luke's and West Hospitals.

    Himani V. Bhatt, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York
    Himani V. Bhatt is Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology in the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine and in the Division of Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

    Sang J. Kim, Mount Sinai Health System
    Sang J. Kim is Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist in the Department of Anesthesiology at the Hospital for Special Surgery. He is also Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medical College.

    Contributors

    Dallis Clendeninn, Nadia Hernandez, Morgane Giordano, Jeron Zerillo, Bryan Hill, Tyler Chernin, Jonathan A. Paul, Michael D. Lazar, Matthew A. Levin, Thomas Palaia, Andrew Schwartz, Hung-Mo Lin, Hae-Young Kim, John Michael Williamson, Shaji Faisal, Ben Toure, Christopher R. Cowart, Vanny Le, Christopher Sikorski, Christina L. Jeng, Chang H. Park, Katherine Loftus, Andrew Goldberg, Ellen Flanagan, Daniel G. Springer, Theresa A. Gelzinis, Ali Shariat, Petrus Paulus Steyn, Jeffrey Derham, Ethan Bryson, Stefan A. Ianchulev, Charles P. Plant, Andrew Glasgow, Gabriel C. Baltazar, Anuj Malhotra, Rebecca E. Lee, Jung Kim, James Yeh, Yury Khelemsky, Joseph Park, Nakiyah Knibbs, Jeffrey Ciccone, Devon Flaherty, Jonathan Gal, Maria Castillo, Samuel Hunter, Daniel Katz, Kyle James Riley, Denes Papp, Bhoumesh Patel, Agathe Streiff, Claire Joseph, Diana Anca, Edward Mathney, Micheal Lazar, Sanford Littwin, Raj Parekh, Katelyn O'Connor, Christy Anthony, Michal Gajewski, Marc Sherwin, Natalie Smith, Sang J. Kim, Daniel R. Mandell, Kathirvel Subramaniam, Jacqueline Geier, Martha Schuessler, Sanjana Vig

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