Thoracic Anaesthesia: Principles and Practice
Sunit Ghosh, R. D. Latimer
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1999 - Medical - 335 pages
This book brings together a group of international authorities to reflect the best in UK/European practice in thoracic anaesthesia. It presents a practical guide to current practice and reviews the most recent techniques and procedures. A consistent style is used throughout and each procedure is divided into background information, surgical procedure, anaesthetic management and postoperative care.
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Pulmonary physiology during onelung ventilation
Anatomy of the lungs and pleura
Surgery on the lungs
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