Each month, CHEST features the best in peer-reviewed, cutting-edge original research
in the multidisciplinary specialties of chest medicine, including pulmonary, critical
care, and sleep medicine, thoracic surgery, caridorespiratory interactions, and
related disciplines and is home to the ACCP's highly regarded clinical practice
guidelines and consensus statements.
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Developed by experts to complement the ACCP Board Review courses, these textbooks
cover the relevant literature and patient management strategies in a way that is
beneficial to the most practiced physician. These books can be used as self-study
resources to prepare for subspecialty board examination or for your own educational
review. Available as individual books in the distinct subspecialty areas of chest
medicine or together as a complete collection.
CHEST Books Collection
Gain access to the complete pillars of chest medicine with 12-month access to the four CHEST Books, covering all needs in the fields of pulmonary, critical care, sleep, and pediatric pulmonary medicine.
ACCP Pulmonary Medicine Board Review: 26th Edition
Offers the most recent information on key areas in pulmonary medicine, including disease states such as COPD and lung cancer, information on procedures from imaging to interventional pulmonology, and other need-to-know details related to epidemiology and statistics.
ACCP Critical Care Medicine Board Review: 21st Edition
Includes chapters devoted to the most important topics in critical care medicine, from mechanical ventilation and coma, to shock and bleeding disorders, and everything in between.
ACCP Sleep Medicine Board Review: 4th Edition
Covers the latest information in the field of sleep medicine from the basics of why people sleep and information on circadian rhythms to the effects of sleep disorders on the endocrine system and efficacy of CPAP for sleep apnea.
ACCP/AAP Pediatric Pulmonary Board Review: 1st Edition
Provides chapters covering the fundamentals, such as lung growth and mechanics, while the book in its entirety hits on key disorders: asthma, lung malformations, respiratory distress syndrome, cystic fibrosis, and more.