Emergency and Critical care is a essential part of MRCP exam. Every subject has certain conditions which are considered as acute emergency cases. Emergency and Critical care is the study inpatient and outpatient hospital services necessary to prevent the death or serious impairment of the health of the recipient. Medicos Library has provided high standard Emergency and Critical care on examination revision materials for medical exams.
MRCP(UK) develops and delivers postgraduate medical examinations around the world on behalf of the three Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK.
Part 1 at a glance
- one-day examination
- two three-hour papers
- 200 mutiple-choice (best of five) questions
- no images
- sat in an examination hall.
Exam pass marks
|Part 2 Written||454|
|PACES||130 (see individual skills breakdown below)|
The composition of the papers is as follows:
|Specialty||Number of questions*|
|Clinical haematology and oncology||15|
|Clinical Pharmacology, Therapeutics and Toxicology||16|
|Emergency and Critical care|
|Infectious diseases and GUM||15|
* This should be taken as an indication of the likely number of questions – the actual number may vary slightly.
** Clinical sciences comprise:
|Cell, molecular and membrane biology||2|
|Clinical biochemistry and metabolism||4|
|Statistics, epidemiology and evidence-based medicine||5|