A Practical Approach to Anesthesia for Emergency Surgery
Jaypee Brothers Publishers, Apr 5, 2011 - Medical - 647 pages
Different types of emergency cases divided into nine sections to cover majority of the emergencies that one can come across and all the perioperative aspects of emergency anesthesia are covered in great detail along with treatment options. General considerations for adults, obstetric and pediatric sections have been written separately to avoid duplication . Section on general principles for emergency anesthesia and obstetric section covers cases with various medical disorders for emergency surgeries. Key points are outlined at the beginning of each chapter for quick read. This book is an attem.
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