Essential Clinical Anesthesia

Essential Clinical Anesthesia

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The clinical practice of anesthesia has undergone many advances in the past few years, making this the perfect time for a new state-of-the-art anesthesia textbook for practitioners and trainees. The goal of this book is to provide a modern, clinically focused textbook giving rapid access to comprehensive, succinct knowledge from experts in the field. All clinical topics of relevance to anesthesiology are organized into 29 sections consisting of more than 180 chapters. The print version contains 166 chapters that cover all of the essential clinical topics, while an additional 17 chapters on subjects of interest to the more advanced practitioner can be freely accessed at www.cambridge.org/vacanti. Newer techniques such as ultrasound nerve blocks, robotic surgery and transesophageal echocardiography are included, and numerous illustrations and tables assist the reader in rapidly assimilating key information. This authoritative text is edited by distinguished Harvard Medical School faculty, with contributors from many of the leading academic anesthesiology departments in the United States and an introduction from Dr S. R. Mallampati. This book is your essential companion when preparing for board review and recertification exams and in your daily clinical practice.show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • 479 b/w illus. 526 tables
  • 1139125508
  • 9781139125505

Table of contents

Part I. Preoperative Care and Evaluation Angela Bader; Part II. Airway Management William Rosenblatt; Part III. Anesthesia Equipment Ay Kumar; Part IV. Patient Monitoring Bhavani S. Kodali; Part V. Inhalational Anesthetics James Philip; Part VI. Intravenous Anesthetics and Adjunct Drugs Mark Dershwitz; Part VII. Pharmacology of Local Anesthetics Gary Strichartz; Part VIII. Anesthesia Techniques Sascha Beutler; Part IX. Managing the Transition from Anesthesia Robert M. Knapp; Part X. Regional Anesthesia Mercedes Concepcion; Part XI. Fluid and Electrolyte Balance Selwyn Rogers; Part XII. Transfusion Medicine Richard Kaufman; Part XIII. Cardiac Anesthesia Stanton Shernan; Part XIV. Vascular Anesthesia Simon Gelman and Stanley Leeson; Part XV. Thoracic Anesthesia Shannon McKenna; Part XVI. Neuroanesthesia Linda Aglio; Part XVII. Anesthesia for Renal and Urinary Tract Diseases Paul Allen; Part XVIII. Anesthesia for General Surgical Procedures Warren S. Sandberg.show more

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"...trainees will find it useful when they need a single source of information to build and expand their scientific foundation...and accomplished practitioners will find it helpful for reinforcing their knowledge." Doody's Review Servicesshow more