Anesthesia, Volume 2
Ronald D. Miller
Churchill Livingstone, 1990 - Anesthesia - 2535 pages
Providing information on anaesthesia, this book contains 17 new chapters covering such topics as barbiturates, neurologic monitoring, regional anaesthesia, clinical care in the hyperbaric environment, acute post-operative pain and teaching anaesthesia.
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