Monthly Archives: November 2014

Manual of Clinical Anesthesiology

This portable manual provides a highly visual, rapid-reference resource that presents anesthesia in a practical and clinically-focused manner. Manual of Clinical Anesthesiology guides anesthesiologists in rapid and focused clinical decision making with its practical, clinically-focused chapters on anesthesia management.  This highly formatted manual includes chapter summaries to highlight key points discussed within each chapter, color-coded sections to quickly identify information, and icons calling out pearls and pitfalls. Chapters are short and easy to read. The book includes four atlases for rapid reference:  Atlas of Transesophageal Echocardiography, Atlas of Regional Anesthesia, Atlas of Anesthesia Procedures, and Crisis Management Cognitive Aids.  There is also a Drug Dosing pull-out card for rapid reference.  A section covering Anesthesia Phrases in Foreign Languages will enhance communication with non-English speaking patients in situations where an interpreter may

Clinical Anesthesia Procedures

Relied on for 20 years by resident and practicing anesthesiologists and CRNAs, this best-selling pocket reference is now in its Sixth Edition. In easy-to-scan outline format, it provides current, comprehensive, concise, consistent, and clinically relevant guidelines for anesthesia procedures throughout the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative periods. Each chapter is written by a Massachusetts General Hospital resident with a faculty mentor, and the entire book has been reviewed, updated, and field-tested by the anesthesia staff. This edition includes new information on muscle relaxants, opioids, minimally invasive abdominal surgery, pediatrics, end-of-life issues, and latex allergies, plus a comprehensive, alphabetical drug appendix. Clinical Anesthesia Procedures of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Sixth Edition, is now available electronically for handheld computers. See PDA listing for details on this new electronic version, edited by Peter Dunn, MD of the Massachuset