A key requirement of the primary and final FRCA examinations is a sound understanding of the basic sciences behind anaesthetic practice. It is important to be able to describe these principles clearly, particularly in the viva section of the examinations. Featuring several new topics, this fully updated new edition of this best-selling book provides all the important graphs, definitions and equations which may be covered in the examinations, together with clear and concise explanations of how to present them to the examiner and why they are important. Packed full of precise, clear diagrams with well structured explanations, and with all key definitions, derivations and statistics, this is an essential study aid for all FRCA examination candidates.The distribution of blood flow to the upright lung varies and this has been described in terms of zones, often referred ... Draw and label the axes of the graph next to it as these describe in more detail how blood flow varies throughout the lung.
|Title||:||Physics, Pharmacology and Physiology for Anaesthetists|
|Author||:||Matthew E. Cross, Emma V. E. Plunkett|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2014-03-06|