Alternate-site Anesthesia: Clinical Practice Outside the Operating Room
Garfield B. Russell
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1997 - Medical - 482 pages
"Dr. Garfield Russell has constructed an excellent overview of this new field of clinical practice for anesthesiologists. This book represents a new body of knowledge, based on the experience of a department which has established a fully-fledged clinical service-the Alternate-Site Anesthesia Service-to expand experience and training in this important novel type of anesthetic practice."
From the Foreword by Dr. Julien F. Biebuyck
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