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Written by a highly regarded expert in the field of obstetric anesthesia
Handy point of care
Up-to-date information on the subject
Good board review tool

Produktbeschreibung
Written by a highly regarded expert in the field of obstetric anesthesia

Handy point of care

Up-to-date information on the subject

Good board review tool


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Autorenporträt
The field of obstetric anesthesia continues to change rapidly, both in technique and in specific pharmaceutical agents used. It is therefore essential for all practitioners caring for the pregnant patient to be familiar with current anesthetic protocols and general concepts in obstetric anesthesia. This handbook appeals to a wide audience, as it was written with the practicing anesthesiologists in mind, as well as nurse anesthetists, obstetricians, housestaff, and residents. The Obstetric Anesthesia Handbook supplies expert advice on every facet of anesthesia for childbirth and related obstetric procedures. The text is authoritative, succinct, and highly practical. It is accompanied by over 100 illustrations and tables making the text a convenient reference to the busy practitioner. The handbook is also a natural companion to the recently published, Anesthetic and Obstetric Management of High-Risk Pregnancy, by the same author.
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From the reviews of the fourth edition:

"Fundamental principles, and most of the new considerations in obstetrical anesthesia are considered in this handbook, and every chapter provides a comprehensive bibliography. Single authorship provides a distinct advantage of avoiding duplication of information. ... The Obstetric Anesthesia Handbook; Fourth Edition, is well updated and provides expert opinion on many clinical aspects of anesthesia for obstetrics which will be very useful for residents in anesthesiology and anesthesiologists involved in obstetrics ... ." (Martine Pirlet, Canadian Journal of Anesthesia, Vol. 54 (5), May, 2007)

From the reviews of the fifth edition:

"This concise handbook of obstetric anesthesia covers a broad range of topics ... . It is intended primarily for practicing anesthesiologists and anesthesia residents. ... information is presented in such an easy and simple way that medical students and other physicians ... can use this book for self education and better management of their patients. ... one stands out as the most up to date ... wealth of information in this area and providing a handbook of manageable size that is easy to read." (Tariq M. Malik, Doody's Review Service, May, 2010)

"Mostly up-to-date references for readers who want to find more detailed information. Because of its practical approach to obstetric anaesthesia, this handbook has gained a reputation around the world as being a valuable resource for trainees and consultants ... . this is a book that serves a great purpose. It is an up-to-date, practical and detailed yet concise resource for any practitioner involved in the care of women in childbirth, and would be a useful addition to the array of texts available." (P. McAleer, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Vol. 39 (1), January, 2011)

"This handbook, which features a well-organized overview of the clinical issues of obstetric anesthesia, has been popular as a source of ready information in the case room and as a valuable student reference for examination preparation. ... a current bibliography for further reading, and clinical context is also provided. ... should be recommended as an introductory reference text for medical students and residents in Anesthesia programs, and as a reference for the anesthesiologist required to provide obstetrical anesthesia care and neonatal resuscitation in daily practice." (Jean Kronberg, Canadian Journal of Anesthesia, Vol. 57, 2010)

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