Neurocritical Care Board Review: Questions and Answers

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Neurocritical Care Board Review: Questions and Answers provides clinicians with a thorough review of the complex subspecialty of Neurocritical Care, using a question and answer (Q&A) format. The Q&A format is easily readable, high yield, and serves as good practice for test takers or anyone looking to improve or reinforce essential knowledge. The book is organised according to the UCNS Neurocritical Care core curriculum outline and covers the key topics represented on the boards. A total of 647 questions address both neuroscience critical care (general neurology, neurotrauma, neurovascular and neurosurgical problems) and general critical care topics (systems trauma, cardiovascular, infectious disease, pulmonary, and renal issues, and hemodynamic monitoring). Detailed explanations follow in the answer section of each chapter, along with references for further study. Where relevant, neuroimaging, EEG and monitoring waveforms, and other images are included in case questions to allow candidates to familiarise themselves with these tools that form a significant part of the exam.Features of Neurocritical Care Board Review include:Comprehensive, high-yield review that covers all areas tested on UCNS Neurocritical Care certifying examOrganised to correspond with the UCNS exam syllabusApplicability to a wide range of physicians in multiple specialties reviewing for boards or looking to test skills and clinical acumen in this challenging areaBoard-type question and answer format with detailed explanations and references simplifying self-assessment and board preparationMaterial aggregated from multiple specialties into a singular resource for exam study