Anaesthesia Databook: A Clinical Practice Compendium
Intended as a "relatively advanced practical reference system for the trained anaesthetist." Arranged under sections that cover medical conditions presenting anesthetic problems, preoperative drug therapy, drugs during the perioperative period, and emergency conditions. Also gives normal values and pertinent associations. Detailed contents serves as index.
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