Oxford Handbook Anaesthesia 4ed




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Now on its fourth edition, the Oxford Handbook of Anaesthesia provides authoritative, concise guidance on all aspects of anaesthesia. Evidence-based, up-to-date, and clinically-focused, it is indispensable for both anaesthetic trainees and experienced practitioners.

Building on the award-winning success of previous editions, the Oxford Handbook of Anaesthesia is as relevant and important as ever. Fully revised to follow the latest guidelines, drugs, and procedures, this book ensures readers have the most up-to-date knowledge easily to hand. Now including brand new content on obesity surgery, colloids vs crystalloids, enhanced recovery and intraoperative fluid management, new anticoagulants, BIS updates, pulse contour analysis, and much more.

Whether you are studying, just starting out in practice, or an experienced practitioner in need of a revision tool, this handbook is your essential companion.

Industry Reviews

`Review from previous edition This is a book for the trainee to know cover to cover, dipping into relevant sections to reinforce their experience before, during, and after an anaesthetic. Consultants will also benefit as it provides a highly practical approach to keeping up to date with developments in anaesthesia outside one’s area of day-to-day practice.’ BMA Medical Book Awards 2007 `This pocket-portable textbook for practicing clinicians provides an excellent compilation of relevant, readable, and insightful information and advice, for both the trainee and experienced consultant.’ British Journal of Anaesthesia `”extremely concise, clear and accurate: for perfect use when faced with an unexpected or unfamiliar scenario in theatre. It is also excellent for dipping in and out of whilst preparing for the Final FRCA. It will appeal to a broad spectrum of users from brand new anaesthetic trainees to experienced consultants.”‘ BMA Book Awards


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