EMERGENCIES IN ANAESTHESIA. 3RD EDITION

EMERGENCIES IN ANAESTHESIA. 3RD EDITION

Editorial:
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Año de edición:
Materia
Anestesia
ISBN:
978-0-19-875814-3
Páginas:
592
N. de edición:
3
Idioma:
Inglés
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

38,00 €

Despues:

36,10 €

1:Crisis Management and Human Factors, Dr Simon J Mercer
2:Cardiovascular, Professor Jerry Nolan and Dr. Craig Dunlop
3:Respiratory, Professor Tim Cook and Dr. Benjamin Walton
4:Airway, Dr. Jules Cranshaw and Professor Tim Cook
5:Paediatrics, Dr. Daniel Lutman
6:Obstetrics, Dr. Mark Scrutton and Dr. Stephen Michael Kinsella
7:Neurology and Neurosurgery, Dr. Katharine Hunt and Dr. Manni Waraich
8:Thoracics, Dr. James R. Bennett and Dr. Gerard Gould
9:Regional Anaesthesia, Dr. Owen Davies
10:Metabolic and Endocrine, Dr. Hannah Blanshard
11:Recovery Problems, Dr. Charly Gibson
12:Emergency Department Problems, Dr. Kath Sutherland and Dr. Neil Rasburn
13:Equipment Problems, Dr. Kim Gupta
14:Miscellaneous, Dr. John Isaac, Dr. Mark Stoneham, and Nerida Williams
15:Practical Procedures, Dr. Louise Cossey and Dr. Bruce McCormick

The third edition of Emergencies in Anaesthesia is a practical, accessible guide to all emergency situations encountered during, and immediately following, anaesthesia. Re-structured to follow the ABCDE emergency approach, this handbook guides the clinician through what to do and when, in a format that can be used rapidly. In each chapter, topics are ordered alphabetically for ease of navigation and management is presented in a checklist format. Symbols are used to indicate clinical severity ranging from life-threatening to minor, and the book includes drug dosages, infusion regimes, and key algorithms for quick reference. Reflecting best practice, the third edition includes new frameworks for emergency management and new material on human factors.

Features
• Invaluable practical advice for unexpected events
• Easy to use navigation and presentation for rapid reference
• Covers all major subspecialties of anaesthesia, preparing the reader for a wide variety of emergency situations
• Symbols distinguish the degree of urgency with which the emergency must be managed

New to this edition
• Includes more algorithms for quick reference in an emergency
• Management is presented in an easy to read checklist format
• New chapter on Crisis Management and Human Factors

Authors
• Alastair Martin, Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust, Exeter, UK.
• Keith Allman, Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust.
• Andrew McIndoe, Consultant Anaesthetist, Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol, UK