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How to be a Safe Consultant Vascular Surgeon from Day One

The Unofficial Guide to Passing the FRCS (VASC), James Forsyth, 1032285850, 1032285478, 978-1032285856, 9781032285856, 978-1032285474, 9781032285474, B0B6RYLV8S

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English | 2023 | PDF | 10 MB | 369 Pages

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This  is a highly pragmatic and down-to-earth guide to the “real world” of  vascular surgery, written to help trainees pass the FRCS (Vasc)  Examination the first time around, hopefully with flying colours!  Through clear and concise chapters, a review of relevant vascular  surgery papers, a solid grounding in up-to-date and relevant UK and  European guidelines, and mock examination questions, this book should  give candidates a fighting chance at exam success.

Using  his early experience, and insight gained from senior consultant  vascular surgeons and mentors, author James Forsyth dispenses both facts  and pearls of wisdom as he takes the prospective vascular surgeon  through the core topics pertinent to a day one vascular consultant.

This guide specifically covers:

  • “Building  a strong foundation” with a focus on patient counselling, presentation  skills, clear documentation, professionalism, and a foundational grasp  of the key evidence base for vascular surgery
  • “Core  vascular surgery topics” from chronic limb-threatening ischaemia to  aorto-iliac aneurysms to symptomatic carotid artery disease to chronic  venous disease
  • Pragmatic guide to the “bread & butter” vascular surgery operations
  • Fifty  mock SBA assessment questions and answers, and numerous mock FRCS short  and long cases that are blended into reality-based discussions to draw  out key learning points

This book is  essential to any budding vascular surgeon intending to sit the FRCS  (Vasc) examinations, and those who are about to start off as real day  one consultant vascular surgeons. Indeed, the FRCS (Vasc) Examination is  a bridge to becoming a true consultant vascular surgeon, and this book  therefore is a “must-read” for anyone looking to cross that bridge.