Anesthesia and Pain Management for the Pediatrician
Lynne R. Ferrari
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999 - Medical - 200 pages
A handbook to providing medical clearance for anaesthesia, whether for a well child, a child with asthma or another chronic disease, or a child with an acute or recent respiratory infection. There is information about less painful techniques for administering anaesthesia to children, as well as specific information about pain prevention and relief and techniques for administering sedatives and analgesics in the office setting.
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Trends and Practices in Anesthesia
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