By StatPearls Publishing LLC, Alan Heffner, Susan Murin, Christian Sandrock
Get the best possible score on the Critical Care Exam
This StatPearls review (6th edition) is designed to help you maximize your score on the Critical Care Exam. Our questions target the The American Board of Internal Medicine®, The American Board of Osteopathic Critical Care®, and American Board of Surgery® content outlines and match the question structure. We have 1st, 2nd, and 3rd order multiple-choice questions and four detailed teaching points to help you rapidly prepare and achieve the best score possible. The questions are updated annually by 1431 authors and 1527 editors to improve your learning experience and to better match exam requirements. The single best way to improve your performance is to DO MORE QUESTIONS!
Know The The American Board of Internal Medicine®, The American Board of Osteopathic Critical Care®, and American Board of Surgery® Exam
The exam is approximately 5-8 hours and consists of 200-240 questions with a pass rate of 93%. The exam covers Renal, Endocrine, and Metabolic – 15%, Cardiovascular – 17.5%, Pulmonary – 20%, ID – 12%, GI – 5%, Neurologic – 9.5%, Hem/Onc – 5.5%, Surgery and Trauma – 7%, Pharmacology – 4.5%, Research and Ethics – 2%, and CC Ultrasound – 2%.
Started as an academic teaching project in 2014, StatPearls has grown into the largest library of medical education in the world. More than 7,500 medical authors and editors have published more than 8,000 peer-reviewed PubMed indexed articles covering every specialty in healthcare. Along with these articles are more than 75,000 multiple choice questions with teaching points related to the content were created. These questions were then matched to the content outlines for every board and certification exam in healthcare, including our Critical Care Exam review. This effort by thousands of sub-specialty experts has made StatPearls the most-comprehensive review resource available.
ASIN : B08ZSVLGP9
Publisher : StatPearls Publishing, LLC; 6th edition (March 22, 2021)
Publication date : March 22, 2021
Language : English
Screen Reader : Supported