• New Question Volume – We have added a June 2014 question volume with 150 new review questions.
• The interface had been updated to iOS 7 designs
**As of 3/31/15: OpenAnesthesia, LLC has discontinued support for this app. Previous purchasers can deduct the price paid from the new OA app at http://www.openanesthesia.org/members.**
The OpenAnesthesia Self-Study and Keywords app features three volumes of review questions (dated July 2013, January 2014, and June 2014) from OpenAnesthesia.org's popular "Question of the Day" database, as well as definitions for our most popular keywords. It is a resource for resident anesthesiologists, CRNAs, sRNAs, and physicians in the field who wish to improve their knowledge of basic and advanced concepts using a question-and-answer approach.
• Community Performance – statistics showing the percentage of users who chose each response. These statistics are compiled from users' answers to OpenAnesthesia.org's "Question of the Day" feature and the OA Self Study app.
• Syncing -- The OA Self Study app and OpenAnesthesia.org are synched daily. Each time the app is opened, its keyword content is updated.
• ABA Keywords can be sorted by category, year in which they appeared on the exam, and by percentage answered correctly
• Related review questions – In the Keywords section, any keyword which appears in a question explanation is identified
• Linked references – In the explanation for each question, references are linked to keywords right in the app, or the in-app browser for article references
• Notes – take notes while you study using the audio or text notes function
• Mark questions as favorites
• Full-text search and built-in dictionary
Each review question has been written by an OpenAnesthesia
physician editor and contains a complete explanation of the answer,
along with helpful links to keywords and articles in OpenAnesthesia
and PubMed. Many articles are linked to related podcasts and videos.
The app also allows you to reset your answers and retest yourself,
select favorites, and make text or audio notes.
The keywords list includes keywords and phrases from the 2008-2013
ABA in- training exams, followed by the percent of residents in their
final year of training who correctly answered the question pertaining to
the keyword. Keywords can be sorted by name, category, year and
percentage, and most keywords have full definitions. We invite you
visit OpenAnesthesia.org to create an account and contribute to the
ABA Keyword section.
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App designed and developed by Amphetamobile, LLC
- June 09, 2014 Initial release
- June 15, 2014 New version 3.0