Monitoring in Anesthesia

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Lawrence J. Saidman, Norman Ty Smith
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1993 - Medical - 539 pages
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Written from a practical point of view, Monitoring in Anesthesia provides anesthesiologists with the information needed to perform their job safely and effectively. This edition has been significantly expanded to include new chapters on myocardial ischemia, coagulation, the monitoring of body temperature, drug levels, automated information systems and alarms. The latest developments in equipment, applications and techniques are covered in detail to help practitioners keep up with the rapid changes in monitoring technology.
- Jrnl of Medical Engineering & Technology, October 1994

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Oxygenation and Blood Gases KEVIN K TREMPER AND STEVEN J BARKER
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Respiratory Gas Monitoring DAVID B SWEDLOW
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Invasive Cardiovascular Monitoring DANIEL M THYS AND DAVID L REICH
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