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Questions for the Final FFICM Structured Oral Examination

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  • Date Published: March 2018
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108401425

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  • This is the first book developed specifically for the Final FFICM structured oral examination. It is written by two senior trainees who have recently passed the exam and is edited by a consultant intensivist with a special interest in education. The book is designed in the style of the SOE, and provides model answers which include summaries of the relevant evidence to guide trainees in their preparation for the exam. The 91 topics and questions therein are drawn from previous exam sittings, and are expanded further to ensure each topic is covered in detail. This text is a valuable revision aid to those studying for the Final FFICM, and will also prove useful to trainees revising for the Final FRCA, as it covers popular ICM topics that often come up in the anaesthetic fellowship exams.

    • Written by trainees who have recently passed the exam and have a real understanding of the training programme and the curriculum
    • Includes thorough reviews of pertinent and recent evidence making it easy to use by having all the evidence in one place
    • Presents all of the essential information clearly, and is accompanied by figures and tables to promote visual learning
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    • Date Published: March 2018
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108401425
    • length: 556 pages
    • dimensions: 234 x 155 x 26 mm
    • weight: 0.93kg
    • contains: 58 b/w illus.
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Abdominal aortic aneurysm
    2. Abdominal compartment syndrome
    3. Acute ischaemic stroke
    4. Acute kidney injury and renal replacement therapy
    5. Acute liver failure and paracetamol overdose
    6. Acute respiratory distress syndrome
    7. Adrenal insufficiency in the ICU
    8. Amniotic fluid embolism
    9. Anaphylaxis
    10. Antibiotic therapy
    11. Antimicrobial resistance
    12. Aortic dissection
    13. Arrhythmias
    14. Asthma
    15. Bronchopleural fistulae
    16. Burns
    17. Calcium
    18. Cardiac output monitoring
    19. Cardiogenic shock
    20. Care of the heart-beating organ donor
    21. Chronic liver disease in the ICU
    22. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    23. Colloids
    24. Critical incidents in the ICU
    25. Delirium
    26. Diabetic emergencies
    27. Diagnosing brainstem death
    28. Diarrhoea
    29. Disorders of consciousness
    30. Donation after circulatory death
    31. Drowning
    32. Encephalitis
    33. Fire in the ICU
    34. Fungal infection and antifungal therapy
    35. Guillian-Barré syndrome
    36. Haematological malignancy on the ICU
    37. Haemoglobinopathies, coagulopathies and thrombophilia on the ICU
    38. Haemolytic uraemic syndrome and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
    39. High-risk surgical patient
    40. HIV in the ICU
    41. Hypertension
    42. Hyperthermia
    43. Hyponatraemia
    44. Hypothermia
    45. ICU-acquired weakness
    46. Infective endocarditis
    47. Inflammatory bowel disease and ICU
    48. Influenza
    49. Interstitial lung disease and critical care
    50. Intracerebral haemorrhage
    51. Magnesium
    52. Major incidents
    53. Malaria
    54. Mental capacity and deprivation of liberty
    55. Myasthenia gravis
    56. Necrotising fasciitis
    57. Non-invasive ventilation
    58. Nosocomial infection and ventilator-associated pneumonia
    59. Novel anticoagulants
    60. Nutrition in the ICU
    61. Percutaneous tracheostomy
    62. Pharmacokinetics in the critically ill patient
    63. Phosphate
    64. Plasmapheresis
    65. Pleural effusions
    66. Potassium
    67. Pre-eclampsia and HELLP
    68. Pseudo-obstruction and Ileus
    69. Puerperal sepsis
    70. Pulmonary haemorrhage and haemoptysis
    71. Pulmonary hypertension
    72. Rehabilitation following critical illness
    73. Rhabdomyolysis
    74. Right heart failure
    75. Scoring systems
    76. Sedation
    77. Sepsis
    78. Severe acute pancreatitis
    79. Spinal cord injury
    80. Subarachnoid haemorrhage
    81. Tetanus
    82. Thyroid emergencies
    83. Toxicology and overdose
    84. Transfusion
    85. Trauma
    86. Traumatic brain injury
    87. Tuberculosis
    88. Venous thromboembolism, heparin and heparin-induced thrombocytopenia
    89. Viral infection and antiviral therapy
    90. Weaning from mechanical ventilation
    91. Withdrawal of treatment and end-of-life care on the ICU.

  • Authors

    Kate Flavin, The Central London School of Anaesthesia
    Kate Flavin is an advanced trainee in Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine in London. She has taken the MRCP, FRCA and FFICM and passed all components at the first attempt. Her experience as a senior trainee coupled with having recently sat the Final FFICM gives her a unique insight into the best approach to revision and what is required to achieve a pass.

    Clare Morkane, The Central London School of Anaesthesia
    Clare Morkane is a dual Anaesthetic and Intensive Care Medicine registrar in London. Having recently undertaken the FFICM exams, she has a sound grasp of the syllabus and a real understanding of what it takes to pass.

    Sarah Marsh, Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust
    Sarah Marsh is a consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at Harrogate District Hospital, having obtained a Joint CCT in both disciplines in 2012. She has been involved in post-graduate education following the successful completion of the FRCA final exam in 2008, and is now the Course Director for the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine's exam preparatory course and the Deputy National Lead for e-ICM.

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