Revision of: Drugs in anaesthesia and intensive care / Martin Sasada and Susan Smith. 3rd ed. 2003.
Revision of: Drugs in anesthesiaand intensive care / Martin Sasada and Susan Smith. 3rd ed. 2003.
Author: Susan Smith
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The book opens with a concise introduction to the do's, don'ts, musts, and nevers of drug use in anaesthesia.
Author: World Health Organization
The main objective of this book is to present the fundamentals and applications of drugs and equipment in anaesthetic practice to the undergraduate medical students, This book has been divided into two sections: the first section describes the drugs and the second section describes the equipment in common use.
The main objective of this book is to present the fundamentals and applications of drugs and equipment in anaesthetic practice to the undergraduate medical students, This book has been divided into two sections: the first section describes ...
Author: Aruna Parameswari
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
This new edition provides clinicians and trainees with the latest information on drugs in anaesthesiology. Presented in tabular format, each section covers a different drug category, explaining and comparing the properties and characteristics of drugs within that group. The second edition features and new chapter on pharmacological terms, and each chapter includes references for further reading. The comprehensive text is further enhanced by clinical images and figures. Key points Fully revised, new edition providing latest information on drug in anaesthesiology Presented in tabular format to allow easy comparison of similar drugs Second edition features a new chapter on pharmacological terms Previous edition (9788184484069) published in 2008
This new edition provides clinicians and trainees with the latest information on drugs in anaesthesiology.
Author: Vipin Kumar Dhama
Publisher: JP Medical Ltd
In everyday practice, anesthesiologists can make use of a wide range of drug treatments, and require readily available and accessible information on the appropriate drug to use in any given situation. The first edition of this book proved an invaluable guide for resident and practicing specialist in instructing them on appropriate drug treatments. This new edition has been fully updated to take into account recent developments in clinical pharmacology, and includes information on many new drugs. The book describes the pharmacokinetics and pharmodynamics of all the drugs commonly used in anesthesia. The improved layout of the book allows rapid access to specific information on the properties and characteristics of 180 different drugs.
The first edition of this book proved an invaluable guide for resident and practicing specialist in instructing them on appropriate drug treatments.
Author: Martin P. Sasada
This is a vintage handbook on anaesthesia and the various drugs used therein.
Author: E. S. Ellis
Publisher: Bronson Press
Many drugs used in current anesthetic practice are administered intravenously. An appreciation of their kinetics and dynamics is of great assistance in determining the most appropriate drug to use, and optimal dosage regimens for any given patient. This book is specially oriented to the requirements of anesthesiologists. It will enable the student of those subjects to gain enough knowledge to make these subjects usable in daily anesthetic practice. As such it is intermediate in difficulty between mathematically oriented texts, and those which only offer a very qualitative understanding of these subjects. Practical applications and examples of the uses to which kinetic and dynamic principles can be put in daily practice are emphasized and illustrated. Basic principles and techniques with which the reader can perform kinetic and dynamic calculations are explained simply and demonstrated in detail using examples derived from clinical practice. Two appendices provide kinetic and dynamic data on the most commonly used anesthetic drugs. The last chapters use the principles discussed in the first chapters to show how variations of normal physiology and disease affect drug kinetics and dynamics. This is especially valuable to the clinician as it enables clinically useful, albeit qualitative, predictions to be made of the direction of any change of kinetic and dynamic parameters of drugs due to these factors.
This is especially valuable to the clinician as it enables clinically useful, albeit qualitative, predictions to be made of the direction of any change of kinetic and dynamic parameters of drugs due to these factors.
Author: G.M. Woerlee
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book reflects the proceedings of the Boerhaave Course, "Developments in drugs used in Anaesthesia", held on r'lay 7th and 8th 1981 at Leiden University.
Author: Joh Spierdijk