I run the website [...] for anaesthesia trainees and often need to verify facts. This book is excellent to CORRECTLY understand the physical principles behind the apparatus used. I cannot comment on how useful it is for exams, and perhaps exam going candidates will hopefully write some reviews.
So if you are keen to get your understanding of physics right, this is an excellent book.
Fundamentals of Anaesthesia for the FRCA: Physics, Clinical Measurement and Equipment (Oxford Specialty Training) (Oxford Specialty Training: Revision Texts) (英語) ペーパーバック – イラスト付き, 2011/12/1
...a worthwhile companion for sections of both the Primary and Second Part exams, and much of the training time throughout. ― Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, August 2013
Dr Patrick T. Magee, Consultant in Anaesthesia, Royal United Hospital Bath and Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Bath, UK
Dr Mark A. Tooley, Visiting professor of Medical Physics and Bioengineering, University of the West of England and an Honorary Consultant Clinical Scientist (Medical Physics) at the United Bristol Hospitals NHS Trust, UK