Advances in Anesthesia, Volume 10
Mosby Incorporated, 1992 - 323 pages
Part of a series of books which comprise selected topics from a chosen field, all representing areas of significant change and advance. Featuring original articles which probe current knowledge and clinical relevance, this volume focuses on advances in the field of anaesthesia.
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Chemical Dependency and the Anesthesiologist
The Chemically Dependent Anesthesiologist
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