Essentials of cardiac and thoracic anaesthesia
A succinct, practical guide incorporating both cardiac and thoracic anaesthesia in one book. The trainee or practising anaesthetist with little or no previous experience in cardiothoracic anaesthesia will find this to be a useful introduction.
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Preoperative assessment cardiac anaesthesia
Anaesthesia for cardiac surgery
Anaesthesia for specific cardiac and allied operations
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