By Robert S. Holzman MD, Thomas J. Mancuso MD, David M. Polaner MD
This new addition to our hugely winning a realistic method of Anesthesia sequence is a finished, obtainable consultant to pediatric anesthesia, with the substance and intensity of a textbook and the handy, common gains of a instruction manual. It specializes in scientific concerns, comprises adequate educational fabric for board evaluate, and is written in bulleted and description structure, with a variety of illustrations and tables. significant sections specialise in method of the pediatric sufferer, medical and operational points of pediatric anesthesia, anesthetic administration of normalities and abnormalities of every organ method, and unique events corresponding to fetal surgical procedure, anesthesia outdoors the working room, and trauma. Emphasis is at the developmental aspects—anatomic, physiologic, and pharmacologic—that require specified realization in anesthesia making plans.
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A Practical Approach to Pediatric Anesthesia by Robert S. Holzman MD, Thomas J. Mancuso MD, David M. Polaner MD