You’d have to do a search for it, but I posted what I used shortly after I took the exam - so prolly 2014 or 2015.
That test triggers me. It was a total bitch of an exam, and - of all the tens/dozens of exams I’d taken to that point in medical education/training - it was the least aligned with what I was taught/clinically learned out of any test I’d ever taken. I distinctly remember a question about electrolyte anomaly caused by the very 1st generation HAART therapy meds, and thought “This? A year of ECMO and CRRT and sepsis and VADs and nutrition and POCUS and…THIS?!?”. I resigned myself to sure failure.
Statistically, the pass rate is pretty good, and so it must not have been that bad. But I hated it.
Either way: I posted on it a few yrs ago, and a buddy of mine from residency (Femtochemistry) posted there as well. I remember leaving some details on what I used.
Took it in 2017. Used the SCCM orange book but I think that one is a bit simplistic. Best resource was indeed the CHEST CCM question bank ($$$). Also read select chapters of Parrillo's Critical Care Medicine.
In the last 5 years uptodate has become very good so I think I'd also be using that as a resource since it distills so many society guidelines into easy to digest articles.