This is the only revision guide you will need to pass the FRCEM Intermediate examination. A new edition of the popular and successful Revision Notes for the MCEM Part B, this guide is mapped directly to the new FRCEM Intermediate syllabus. The book is tailored to match all areas on which you may be tested, allowing candidates to revise accurately and efficiently for this challenging exam.
To ensure effective revision, information is presented in concise notes and bullet points with visually memorable tools, such as tables and diagrams. Each chapter contains high-quality example SAQs so candidates can practice their exam technique, and 'key points' and 'exam tips' boxes to highlight the most important information.
Drawing on the authors' experience and expertise, Revision Notes for the FRCEM Intermediate SAQ paper is a trustworthy revision guide for this difficult and clinically focused examination, as well as a useful reference guide for practicing emergency medical doctors.
Dr Ashis Banerjee is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine and honorary senior lecturer in emergency medicine at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, based at the Barnet Hospital. Dr Clara Oliver is an Emergency Medicine higher trainee working at Barnet General hospital in North London, UK.
1: Exam tips 2: Resuscitation 3: Anaesthetics and pain management 4: Major trauma 5: Musculoskeletal and orthopaedic emergencies 6: Surgery 7: Surgical sub-specialities 8: Obstetrics and gynaecology 9: Cardiac emergencies 10: Respiratory emergencies 11: Neurological emergencies 12: Renal emergencies 13: Gastrointestinal emergencies 14: Endocrine emergencies 15: Infectious diseases 16: Dermatology 17: Toxicology 18: Psychiatric emergencies 19: Paediatric emergencies 20: Haematology and Oncology 21: Legal aspects of Emergency Medicine?