The aim of this blog is to provide some degree of support to candidates in the College of Intensive Care Medicine Primary Exam. I hope that in the future the college will address this need more robustly. This site should not act as a substitute for the reference texts and I would like to acknowledge the references used in the generation of these notes. The notes were developed mostly from the textbooks that I have listed in the left hand column.
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Use the board for your comments or messages about any topic related to anaesthesia. See adjacent notes about log-on requirements. Acid-Base Physiology Fluid Physiology. Most of the exam related materials on this site are now within the Black Bank.
This site provides a large interactive resource of materials for anesthesia trainees. Access to all parts of the site is free. This has proven to be an effective way of preventing spam postings.
See the section below titled "Bulletin Board Access" for access details. The Bulletin Board was once very active but is now pretty much inactive. It is planned to remove it when the site is next upgraded. You have to register to be able to make posts to the Board. You will have to enter a username and password of your choice to register, and then to log-on each time you want to post on the Board.
After registering, you will receive a verification message sent to the email address you enter. The OLD Bulletin Board from can still be accessed here if you want to review or search old posts. This is an anti-Spam measure which has proven very successful. The log-in details are requested only the first time you access the Board in any browser session.
These required details are:. If you are having difficulty with the above password, then try asking Anaesthetic colleagues at your hospital for advice. See the Payment Details page for further information.
Payment in Australian dollars is now required for all orders. The main purpose of the wiki is to allow sharing of knowledge about the exam questions and any related topic. The wiki was launched in late September , the wiki has grown to over "legitimate content pages", and there have been over Please assist by contributing to the wiki. This is an essential resource for your Anaesthetic education and exam preparation.
Note that the Board uses a 'double log-in' procedure: Firstly you log on using the generic username and password as explained in the next section. This login is the anti-spam measure. Secondly , if you then wish to make a post to the Board you have to use your individual private username and password. The individual log-in identifies you to the Board. Other users can send private messages to you on the Board.
You can set your browser to remember your log-on details so you do not have to enter them every time. These required details are: Username : Just enter the word that is in this graphic: Password : The password is the generic drug name that is the answer to the following question: " What hologenated vol-agent caused problems due to HePToX? The first time you log-in from your computer, check the "Remember my password" box.
Welcome to the Anaesthesia Education Website. Bulletin Board Use the board for your comments or messages about any topic related to anaesthesia.
Book: Acid-base Physiology (Brandis)
Book: Fluid Physiology (Brandis)