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Oxford American Handbook of Anesthesiology (Oxford American Handbooks in Medicine) Flexibound – 22 May 2008


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The book is meant to be an everyday companion for the anesthesiologist or student...a source of useful and practical information at a moment's notice. Every topic is presented in a way that the pertinent information can be gathered quickly without wasting time. (Doody's Notes)

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Hands down, best reference for the OR as an SRNA 30 Aug. 2010
By andrea chrisman - Published on Amazon.com
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I have now bought 5 different reference guides, including the baby Barash, baby Nagelhout, and baby (Miller?-i got rid of it). This one is well laid out, and like all Oxford guides, has book marks (that sounds ridiculous, doesn't it?). Without wasting time on stuff you don't need to read to prep for an unexpected OR case, this book breaks down the nitty gritty of what you need to know to get through the procedures, from type of anesthesia you can give, to details on things for which to watch out.
While it may cease to be as useful as i transition into being a CRNA, i know that i will still keep this one in my locker so that when i get stuck in a new procedure i've never done (or haven't done in a while), i can reference my options and remind myself of the things i should expect and for what i need to be attentive.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A handy reference indeed 10 May 2010
By SAr - Published on Amazon.com
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This handbook replaced my lost Ezekiel. I like its level of detail regarding procedures and co-existing diseases. I especially liked (and used) the charts and graphs in the back.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
One of the best portable ref. out there 4 Sept. 2008
By Mike - Published on Amazon.com
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I have to say that this is, bar none, one of the best quick reference books ive ever reviewed. I especially like the addition of the 2 attached ribbons to mark sections you want to quick open to. For CRNAs, SRNAs, Anesthesiologists and residents alike, this is an invaluable resource!
What a gold mine, for a bargain 2 Sept. 2014
By Mark Twain - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a great little handbook. I used it to study for my oral boards, together with the more uptodate Anesthesia Guide, and I use it every time I want to quickly refresh my knowledge base. The co-existing disease part is simply outstanding, even after many years.

Don't let yourself fooled by the fact that it was published in 2008. 90% of it is still valid, the same way you don't need the latest edition of Jaffe. Plus, at the time of this review, is available for $8 shipped from a third-party seller.

I have gifted a number of these during the years, and it's one of the two handbooks I recommend. I can only hope that there will be a second edition. Great work, doctors!
Some things great, some things missing 26 April 2009
By Nancy S. Cunningham - Published on Amazon.com
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This new handbook of anesthesia has many interesting sections, esp on unusual diseases and syndromes, and descriptions of surgical procedures. It is weak, however, on medications and doses, and in the section on electrocardiogram anomalies, there are descriptions, but no illustrations.

It's a good addition to my handbooks, but is not in itself as complete as I would wish forl
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