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Hi, I’m Dr Kamal Deep and I write criticalcaremcqs to help medical students deal with the overwhelming challenge of mcqs.I’m also member of European society of Cardiology(ESC),Sophia Antipolis,France, Working Group of Acute Cardiac Care of ESC, European society of intensive care medicine(ESICM) and Indian Society of critical care medicine(ISCCM).To contact me,please email at

I dedicate this to critical care physicians and faculty everywhere in their constant pursuit of knowledge but especially Dr Pinak Shrikhande, Dr Harjit Singh Mahay, Dr Pankaj Kumar & Dr Kapil Chhabra at Critical Care Department for continuing to teach me and who have provided immense support and encouragement. It has been privileged to work with the best and I have learned a lot from all of you.

I would also like to acknowledge the students and residents who are a constant source of motivation and the patients who served as the fuel that energized this project. Through their coping with illness we are constantly aware that our search for resolution of illness must continue.




13 Responses to “About”

  1. Dr.B.Rajasekhar said

    Thank you very, it is very useful.



  2. David Cole said

    Dear Dr Kamal
    I am writing an e-learning session for a NHS project “e-Learning for Healthcare”. It is titled “Applications of Doppler Ultrasound in Obstetrics” I would like permission to use the following image in my session:

    e-Learning for Healthcare
    (Department of Health in partnership with Professional Bodies and the NHS)

    David Cole
    Postgradate Medical Ultrasound Progamme Director
    Birmingham CityUniversiy
    Birmingham UK

    Umbilical artery Doppler waveforms. A. Normal diastolic flow. B. Absence of end-diastolic flow. C. Reversed end-diastolic flow.

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  4. Mukesh khunt said

    this is extremely useful for me and i’m requesting you to write a notes for SSIs(chapter-6 schwartz’10thedition).
    this topic is really hard and couldn’t understand. hopefully i will, through your notes from the Schwartz’ surgery books.
    if you’ve been through already then please suggest me.

  5. Aishwarya Chavan said

    From where would I get access to these mcqs

  6. Florence said

    Keep up the good work

  7. Archana sinha said

    Hi sir , it’s great to know u. I m taking EDIC part 1 in this April.can u guide me which all MCQs books to be covered for this.
    With regards
    Dr Archana sinha

  8. Paleti Sophia said

    sir,please suggest me a critical care text book for IFCCM AND EDIC preparation

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