Practical Trends in Anesthesia and Intensive Care 2017 1st ed. 2018 Edition

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How to Survive in Anaesthesia 4th Edition

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Anaesthesia can be daunting for the novice – not least because they often begin working singlehandedly within a few weeks. How to Survive in Anaesthesia is a pocket sized book written by 3 authors who have nearly 90 years experience of anaesthesia between them. It covers basic aspects of airway and fluid management and equipment, followed by common emergencies. Finally it tackles all the common surgical specialties step by step. It is always practical, ever contemporary, frequently amusing. It provides safe and practical advice to not only help novices survive those first few months – but to enjoy them too.

How to Survive in Anaesthesia was written to answer the questions that newly qualified anaesthetists need answers to but may be too embarrassed to ask.  Through three editions its popularity has gathered momentum across the globe. Now the fourth edition has been revised and updated, responding to changes in practice and new requirements.  New features for this edition include:

  • A new introduction on the theatre environment
  • A new chapter on local anaesthetic toxicity
  • The latest guidelines on intravenous fluids
  • Updated information on airway procedures and equipment

Written in an easy, humorous style by leading anaesthetists who have over 90 years’ experience between them, this book is the junior anaesthetist’s gateway to sound authoritative advice on how to perform anaesthetics in real life. It will inspire confidence in any new doctor starting in the specialty.

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Oxford Case Histories: Anaesthesia 1st Edition

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Based around the core curriculum for specialist trainees, Oxford Case Histories in Anaesthesia contains over 60 clinical cases compiled by expert consultants. The cases comprehensively cover all sub-specialties and a broad range of variations that occur in normal and abnormal physiology, pharmacology and pathology, as well as patient age. The cases have been selected with reference to the revised Curriculum for a Certificate of Completion of Training in Anaesthesia set by the Royal College of Anaesthetists.

Each case begins with clear learning outcomes and is mapped to the CCT matrix, greatly aiding those revising for the Final FRCA examination. The cases are presented with a background to the subject area, and a summary of the history and examination findings with relevant investigation results. This is followed by several questions on clinically important aspects of the case with answers and detailed discussion, particularly of the differential management options. Further reading at the end of each case aids future study.

As well as those preparing for the Final FRCA, this book will also be of interest for post-fellowship trainees on specialty attachments and those who occasionally have to anaesthetize out with their normal field of practice, for example in subspecialty emergencies or whilst awaiting retrieval teams to arrive for transfer to tertiary care centres.

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Anesthesia and Neurotoxicity 1st ed

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This book, written by leading Japanese experts in the field, describes the latest findings on the neurotoxicity of anesthetics for the developing brain, postoperative delirium and cognitive dysfunction.

It describes the risk factors for postoperative cognitive dysfunction in elderly surgical patients. Since the number of elderly patients undergoing surgery and anesthesia continues to increase, it is important to improve our understanding of the risks and mechanisms of postoperative delirium and cognitive dysfunction, potential ways to prevent or alleviate them and the public health implications.

Recently, it has been shown that using anesthetics on the developing brain causes apoptotic neurodegeneration and persistent learning/memory deficits later in life. Anesthesiologists need more information on this mechanism in the human brain.

The negative effects of anesthesia and surgery on the nervous system have attracted attention lately; this book provides physicians, researchers, and postdocs with invaluable information on this topic.

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Anesthesiology 1st Edition

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“The authors’ stated purpose was to create a textbook that emphasized the clinical aspects of anesthetic practice with particular attention paid to the application of evidence-based medical decision-making to the field of anesthesia. This worthwhile objective is achieved….The book covers all areas of interest to students of anesthesia. The chapters are well written and cover the subject completely. A CD-ROM with the images from the book is included….This book covers more topics and provides greater detail than other introductory books. Additionally, the quality of the writing makes it easier to follow and understand than most other books. 4 Stars!”–Doody’s Review Service (Doody’s 2008-11-18)

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Local Anaesthesia in Dentistry 2nd ed. 2017 Edition

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About the Author

Handbook of Pain Management

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Michael Serpell, MB ChB, FCPodS, ECFMG, FRCA graduated from Medical School at the University of Dundee in 1983. He completed his training in Anaesthesia and Pain Management in Dundee, Scotland, Orebro in Sweden and Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Centre in New Hampshire, USA. He took up his consultant post in Glasgow in 1993 and became Senior Lecturer at the University Department of Anaesthesia, Glasgow in 1999.

His research interests include pharmacological and regional analgesia management of acute and chronic pain. He is particularly interested in the diagnosis and early treatment of neuropathic pain. He leads the Clinical Trials Unit at the Pain Clinic in Gartnavel, which runs both acute and chronic pain studies. He is Chairman of the Research and Priority Programme for Pain and Acute Medicine for the Greater Glasgow Acute Hospitals Trust. He is Chairman of the Local Arrangements Committee for the IASP World Congress on Pain to be held in Glasgow, August 2008. He is Chairman of the Neuropathic Pain Specialist Interest Group of the British Pain Society, and Examiner for the Primary FRCA. He has been Secretary and Treasurer of the North British Pain Association and Secretary of the West of Scotland Pain Group.

He is Senior Series Editor of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine and is its Speciality Editor in Pain. He is an Associate Editor for the European Journal of Pain and a reviewer for several journals, including British Journal of Anaesthesia. He is Block Editor for Pain for the Royal College of Anaesthetists’ electronic Learning in Anaesthesia (eLA) project. He has published 15 chapters and over 40 original research papers. He was a member of a team that received an Art-Science grant from the Wellcome Foundation to coproduce a play about chronic pain – PUSH – which was performed in London during June 2003.

Successful pain management is key to patient quality of life and outcomes across many fields of medicine. The Handbook of Pain Management provides an insightful and comprehensive summary, authored by a noted expert.

Concise and insightful review of an important and complicated area of medicine

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Monitoring the Nervous System for Anesthesiologists and Other Health Care Professionals 2nd ed

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This widely praised, first-of-its-kind book has been thoroughly updated, expanded, and enriched with extensive new case material, illustrations, and link-outs to multimedia, practice guidelines, and more. Written and edited by outstanding world experts, this was the first and remains the leading single-source volume on intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IOM). It is aimed at graduate students and trainees, as well as members of the operative team, including anesthesiologists, technologists, neurophysiologists, surgeons, and nurses.

Now commonplace in procedures that place the nervous system at risk, such as orthopedics, neurosurgery, otologic surgery, vascular surgery, and others, effective IOM requires an unusually high degree of coordination among members of the operative team. The purpose of the book is to help students, trainees, and team members acquire a better understanding of one another’s roles and thereby to improve the quality of care and patient safety.

From the reviews of the First Edition:

“A welcome addition to reference works devoted to the expanding field of nervous system monitoring in the intraoperative period… will serve as a useful guide for many different health care professionals and particularly for anesthesiologists involved with this monitoring modality…An excellent reference…[and] a helpful guide both to the novice and to the developing expert in this field.” ‐‐Canadian Journal of Anesthesia

“Impressive… [The book] is well written, indexed, and illustrated…The chapters are all extensively referenced. It is also very good value at the price….I would recommend this book to all residents and especially to all neuroanesthesiologists. It will make a worthwhile addition to their library.” ‐‐Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology

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Implant Aesthetics: Keys to Diagnosis and Treatment 1st ed. 2017 Edition

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This book, written by acknowledged experts with international reputations, provides clinicians with detailed guidelines on the nature of the ideal anterior dental implant and, more importantly, how the desired aesthetic outcome is to be achieved. It reflects the incredible paradigm shift that has taken place within implant dentistry during the past 5 years, with recognition of the importance of a ‘crown down’ approach to diagnosis, planning, and treatment, especially in the anterior zone. In order to ensure reproducibility and predictability of treatment outcomes, the fabrication of an aesthetic dental implant must follow a complex algorithm, which is reviewed in a stepwise approach. Sections are devoted to evaluation of the aesthetic implant patient, immediate implant placement, staged implant placement, and restoration. Readers will come to appreciate how the final emergence profile of the definitive restoration reflects the complex interplay of components below the visible smile zone. Helpful flow charts are included that will assist in optimal performance of the described procedures.​

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The Anesthesia Technician and Technologist’s Manual: All You Need to Know for Study and Reference 1st Edition

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The Anesthesia Technician and Technologist’s Manual offers a comprehensive review of the core knowledge necessary for the day-to-day workflow of an anesthesia technician or technologist.

To help the reader maximize study time or just focus on areas he or she needs the most help, the text is arranged in seven sections: Careers in Anesthesia Technology, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology, Principles of Anesthesia, Equipment Setup, Operation and Maintenance, Operating Room and Hospital Environment, Operating Room emergencies, and Acronyms and Abbreviations.

This textbook provides the necessary support to anyone attending a formal anesthesia technician educational program, studying for certification, or simply looking to advance their “on the job” knowledge. All royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research.

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