Atlas of the Difficult Airway
Martin L. Norton
Mosby, 1996 - Medical - 290 pages
This comprehensive atlas covers all aspects of the difficult airway. Sixteen chapters are included in three parts: Part I: Background, Part II: Management of the Difficult Airway, Part III: Applied Clinical Practice and Case Material. An excellent appendix section covers further anatomic features of the airway including innervation of larynx and musculature, transection of neck, vocal fold motion, tracheobronchus (adult and pediatric), mandibular configuration and much more.
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