This is a fully updated edition of the hugely successful OSCEs for the MRCS Part B: A Bailey & Love Revision Guide, second edition pdf. The content has been revised in line with recent changes to the examination, such as the introduction of microbiology and applied surgical sciences and changes from patient safety to clinical and procedural skills.Popular with trainee surgeons preparing for the oral element of the MRCS (the objective structured clinical examination, or OSCE), this revision guide will maximise the chances of success in surgical examinations.
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This book for the MRCS Part B for the subject of surgery is the best revision book out there for medical aspirants who wish to sit the MRCS exam. It contains a complete guide and necessary information in the final days of your preparation is an essential to read book by the famous authors of surgery, Bailey and love. Give the book a read once or twice after you have prepared from your long books in the last and you are guaranteed high scores in your MRCS exam. Download now.
Jonathan M Fishman, BA (Hons), MA (Cantab), BM BCh (Oxon), PhD, MRCS (Eng), DOHNS (RCS Eng), FRCS (ORL-HNS) is a senior specialty registrar in ENT, a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and Senior Editor for The Journal of Laryngology & Otology (Cambridge University Press). He graduated with a ‘triple’ first class honours degree in Natural Sciences from Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge, and completed his clinical training at St John’s College, University of Oxford. He has held posts in accident and emergency, ENT, general surgery and neurosurgery, as part of the surgical rotation at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College, London.
Vivian A Elwell, BA Hons., MA (Cantab.), MBBS, MRCS, FRCS (Neuro. Surg.) is a consultant neurosurgeon and spinal surgeon at the Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust. She has a special interest in complex spinal surgery. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from Columbia College, Columbia University (New York City, NY), and obtained her master’s degree from the University of Cambridge. She then obtained a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the Imperial College School of Medicine, London.
Rajat Chowdhury, BSc (Hons), MA (Oxon), BM BCh (Oxon), MRCS, FRCR, FBIR, PGCME is a consultant musculoskeletal radiologist at Oxford University Hospitals, a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons and a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists. He was awarded an undergraduate Honours degree from University College London, and read medicine at Oxford University. He completed his clinical clinical training at Oxford, Mayo Clinic and Harvard University. He then trained on the surgical rotation at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College, London, and held posts in accident and emergency, orthopaedics and trauma, cardiothoracic surgery, general surgery, and plastic surgery. He then trained in radiology before subspecialising in musculoskeletal radiology, completing his fellowship at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and an honorary fellowship at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford.
User Reviews for OSCEs for the MRCS Part B: A Bailey & Love Revision Guide, Second Edition pdf
This is a good book, but there are just so many areas that it could improve.
The organisation of chapters feels haphazard at best, struggling to follow themes in surgery and possible OSCE stations.
Given this is a second edition and only recently published compared to some study guides, there are large portions of the information that is outdated or simply incorrect. A good example is insulin management for fasting patients which states they shouldn’t receive any of their normal insulin, when they should have long acting insulin if on a basal bolus regimen. Other frustrating elements include description of surgical site infection management and types of clean/dirty wound, the NICE guidance document is a more accessible read, easier to understand in relation to practice, and free.
In essence, get the book from the hospital library, or a cheap online rental service, or borrow from a friend or senior. Don’t pay over £30 then use this as your only guide to the MRCS.
Had to edit this because I keep reading more and finding worse sections. In IV fluid resus situations it recommends dextrose, followed by colloid infusions. Neither of these are practiced for years, with many trusts refusing to stock colloids because of transfusion reactions and lack of evidence.
Don’t buy this book, get a list of the contents and google it for better advice.
Table of Contents
Listed below are all the chapters and units in the OSCEs for the MRCS Part B: A Bailey & Love Revision Guide, Second Edition pdf ebook.
- Surgical Pathology.
- Applied Surgical Science.
- Critical Care.
- Head and Neck.
- Limbs and Spine.
- Trunk and Thorax.
- Procedural skills.
- Communication Skills.
Dimensions and Characters
- 358 Pages
- File Size: 10 MBs
- English Language
- 5-Star Rating
- Bailey and Love Books
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