General Anaesthesia and Sedation in Dentistry
The authors build on the basis of physiology and pharmacology to provide an updated account of the scientific and practical aspects of anaesthesis. This book should continue to be a valuable reference for FDS candidates and dental practitioners as well as for undergraduate students.
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