Here is the post that I referenced above with the link where you can still hopefully buy the CD/Rom.
Actually, I can no longer find it at the allheart.com website. Try this one instead http://www.medicalamazon.com/11942.html
If you end up buying this program one way to use it would be to read a chaper from your anesthesia text, and then find a couple of articles relevent to that chapter. If you read these articles and then force yourself to write a short summary it will go a long way towards reinforcing the material presented in that chapter. Furthermore, your article summaries will serve as a "quick review" that you can refer back to during the semester (save your summaries as word files). Doing a couple hours a day of "leisurely" study now, may save you significant stress later. In addition, you have the "luxury' of learning and exploring the material to your satisfaction rather than "sprinting" towards the arbitrary deadline to exam time set by some professor. Also, consider going back and reading most of the "clinical discussion" questions featured on this thread as they may provide insights not commonly presented in a textbook format. If you do this let me know how it works since one day I aspire to either be in your shoes or have successfully helped prepare my wife to be in them in my place.
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You might check out The Electronic Anesthesia Library (TEAL). It's a comprehensive library of research on one CD ROM of all anesthesia research published in five prominent journals in the last five years. However, its pretty expensive. You can order it here or other places:
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