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Essential Anesthesia: from Science to Practice Ed. 1

This concise, accessible introduction to the essentials of anesthesia is suitable for medical students and junior doctors as well as operating room staff. After describing the evaluation of the patient, the different approaches to anesthesia, and the postoperative care of the patient in pain, it introduces the essentials of physiology and pharmacology, and, finally, presents a step-by-step description of clinical cases, ranging from the simplest to the most complex. Paperback: 264 Pages Publisher: Cambridge University Press 11/04

Links from the text:

Chapter 1 Pre-operative evaluation
Anesthetic impact of herbal remedies
Chapter 2 Airway evaluation
Interactive tutorial teaching airway examination
Chapter 4 Regional anesthesia
Regional anesthesia in the anti-coagulated patient (Click on Consensus Statements)
Chapter 7 Monitoring
ASA monitoring standards
Chapter 8 Anesthesia Machine
The Virtual Anesthesia Machine
Chapter 11 Anesthesia and Other Systems
Chapter 12 A brief pharmacology related to anesthesia
Mental Model of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics