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u/iamaquack · 2 pointsr/medicalschool

You should absolutely NOT read Marino's ICU book. For starters it is not a real textbook, it's more like a protocols and procedures manual. The best ICU book if you're starting out is this one:

https://www.amazon.ca/Acute-Resuscitation-Crisis-Management-Simulation/dp/0776605976

It's a short format, easy to read book that will cover all of the ICU basics.

Ultimately though you've asked for resources covering 3 different disciplines. General Surgery, Surgical Oncology, and ICU are all their own fields with their own exams and their own training. You won't really find a book that covers all of this. You should read around cases for ICU and Onc and use the standard surgery prep material. In ICU you need to have a differential for types of shock and how to recognize them, an understanding of how pressors and inotropes work (there are only 5 common drugs, it's not a lot to study), and a basic understanding of how the vent works.