Yearbook of Anesthesiology-4
Yearbook of Anesthesiology-4 is an up-to-date guide to the latest advances in anaesthesiology practice.
Comprised of 25 chapters covering general anaesthesia, pain and intensive care, this book presents the most recent information in the field, in a concise and highly illustrated format. Various chapters highlight progress within different areas of anaesthesiology, including mechanical ventilation strategies in ARDS (acute respiratory distress syndrome), perioperative fluid therapy, the role of nitrous oxide, new findings concerning postoperative vomiting and nausea, and a chapter revisiting brachial plexus block techniques.
Other chapters feature discussion on the management of patients with burns, kidney transplant and the benefits of implantable paint therapy devices. Anaesthetic management of foetal surgery and problems with anaesthesia in the MRI suite are also discussed in detail.
‘Journal Scan’ is a new chapter in this volume of Yearbook of Anesthesiology, offering expert opinion on a selection of landmark papers published in respected journals in the past year. With nearly 80 colour images and illustrations, Yearbook of Anesthesiology-4 is an essential update on the most recent developments in the field for trainees, intensivists and practising anaesthesiologists.
- 25 chapters presenting the latest developments in the field of anaesthesiology
- New chapter ‘Journal Scan’ offers expert opinion on landmark papers published in the past year
- 79 colour images and illustrations