Hall by far. Read baby Miller and did the entire Hall Q book and passed the ITE as an intern.If I was to buy 1 Anesthesia multiple choice question book, which one should I get. Chantigan and Hall seem to be popular. Any comment on McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review. just want to start doing questions for the ITE.
Faust will be timeless and if you do a search on my posts you'll see I stand by that book for the information basics for ABA writtens. If you know Faust like the back of your hand, do Hall a couple times, and do a few practice ABA writtens you'll be set. The info in Faust is the type of factual information most of which will never change.Is Faust still any good despite being 9 years old now?
edit: never mind... I realized that's not even a Q&A book...
The Barash study guide has challenging questions. The pulmonary and cardio physiology questions are well written and high yield.We have an attending here who is a senior question editor for the ABA written exams who recommends the companion question-book to Barash over Chantigan & Hall. I have both but haven't really dug into either deep enough to have a preference yet. She says the Barash companion is more similar to the real questions from the ABA.