Anaesthesia: A Concise Handbook

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Cambridge University Press, Jan 8, 2001 - Medical - 165 pages
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Written by an experienced anaesthetic consultant and examiner, this concise handbook adopts a practical A-Z approach to modern anaesthesia to provide the reader with valuable information, useful tips on avoiding common pitfalls, and an essential quick reference to key facts for use in the busy clinical environment. With importance placed on the compilation by individual anaesthetic departments of protocols and guidelines for use on the wards, this book will fill the niche for a practical text that covers all of the common conditions and problems encountered by the trainee.
 

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Contents

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II
III
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IV
30
V
41
VI
64
VII
71
VIII
75
XI
107
XII
110
XIII
115
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XV
130
XVI
131
XVII
134
XVIII
135

IX
76
X
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XIX
145
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Graham Arthurs is Consultant Anaesthetist at the Maelor Hospital, Wrexham.

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