Foundations of anesthesia: basic sciences for clinical practice
118 international experts provide you with complete coverage of basic and clinical science in anesthesiology. They emphasize the principles and clinical applications of molecular and cell biology, physiology, pharmacology, and physics and measurement. Over 700 full-color illustrations and easy-to-read tables and graphs help you understand every detail.
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Foreword fin Chapter 15 Basic principles and limitations
Surinder PS Cheema
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