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Revision Notes in Intensive Care Medicine is a key resource for candidates preparing for postgraduate intensive care examinations. Mapped to the FFICM, EDIC and FCICM syllabuses, this title ensures candidates have all the information needed to prepare for their examinations.
Information is presented in concise note form and bullet points with visually memorable tools, such as tables and diagrams, making revising and retaining key facts easier. Chapters are arranged into physiological systems, such as 'Respiratory Intensive Care' and 'Obstetric Intensive Care', and are subdivided into major clinical issues within each chapter so specific areas of further study can be found easily.
Drawing from the authors' experiences as successful candidates, and carefully reviewed by consultants, Revision Notes inI ntensive Care Medicine provides the foundation for postgraduate intensive care exam revision.
Stuart Gillon, Specialty Registrar in Intensive Care Medicine, Guy's and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust, London,Chris Wright, Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow,Cameron Knott, Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine & Medical Donation Specialist,Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, Victoria,Mark McPhail, Speciality Registrar and Honorary Clinical Lecturer, Liver Intensive Therapy Unit,, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London,Luigi Camporota, Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine, Guy's and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust, London
Stuart Gillon is a Specialty Registrar in Intensive Care Medicine. He graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2005 and has undertaken post graduate training in Glasgow, Perth, Melbourne and London. He is currently in the final year of the new British stand-alone Intensive Care Medicine training programme in London. His subspecialty interests include critical care echocardiography, severe cardiorespiratory failure and extracorporeal support.
Chris Wright is a Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow. He completed dual training in Intensive Care Medicine and Acute Medicine in London and West of Scotland deaneries. His interests within critical care include respiratory failure, medical high dependency, and global intensive care.
Cameron Knott is an intensive care physician with ongoing and developing interests in clinical education, simulation-based workplace inter-professional education, simulation for testing clinical systems, clinical communication skills, and quality and safety improvement processes. He practises in Australian tertiary metropolitan and regional intensive care medicine.
Mark McPhail is a trainee in intensive care medicine and gastroenterology in London. He graduated from Strathclyde University in 1997 with a PhD in molecular physics and in 2004 from Glasgow University medical school. During his joint training he has undertaken postdoctoral research funded by the Wellcome Trust to further his interest in outcome prediction in liver failure syndromes, hepatic encephalopathy and muscle wasting in critical illness.
Luigi Camporota is Consultant Intensivist at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital and honorary senior lecturer at King's College London. After his Medical Degree in Italy, Luigi received his PhD in airway biology from the University of Southampton. He then trained in general medicine in Oxford and Critical Care medicine in London. He has been part of the writing committee for the 'Berlin Definition' of ARDS and the aim of his current research at Guy's and St Thomas' is to determine the biological response to mechanical stress and develop reliable bed-side non-invasive methods to establish lung recruitability, and optimal pressure settings in the context of HFOV and conventional mechanical ventilation.