Drugs in Anaesthesia and Intensive CareDe (autor) Edward Scarth, Susan Smith
en Limba Engleză Flexibound – 12 May 2016
An essential reference text, the fifth edition of this popular book details drugs in anaesthesia and intensive care in an A-Z format. The book describes the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of all the drugs commonly used by anaesthetists. The A-Z organisation allows rapid access to specific information on the properties and characteristics of almost 200 drugs. The new edition includes a complete revision of all the featured drugs, and the addition of key new drugs. New diagrams of particular drug structures and comparison tables aid comparison of differences within a drug class for exam revision. Improved navigation in the index enables prompt discoverability of information. Written in a concise, bullet-point style to allow quick access to information, the book contains all necessary drug references for anaesthetists in training, consultant anaesthetists, intensive care nurses, and anaesthetic assistants.
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Kerekes Szilard a dat nota:
Pentru un student la medicina care vrea sa se specializeze pe anestezie si terapie intensiva este un ajutor usor de folosit si foarte bine venit. Am gasit absolut toata medicatia folosita si toata informatia este de mare folos. In plus si cartea in sine este gandita sa fie folosita si rasfoita de multe ori. It's very useful for a medstudent who want's to be an anaesthesiologist. It is of great help whenever I need to remember some particularities about a drug. Also really easy to search due to the alphabetical organisation of drug names.
...easy to use and contains valuable information...a convenient, userfriendly pocket reference
Review from previous edition A useful functional text and a must have for the FRCA student for some years to come.
Edward Scarth is a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at Torbay Hospital, Torquay, Devon, UK. Susan Smith was formerly Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at Cheltenham Hospital, UK, and now practices in Pre- and in hospital Trauma Care and Event Medicine.