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Vascular Anaesthesia (Oxford Specialist Handbooks in Anaesthesia) Flexibound – 29 May 2014
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As with all Oxford handbooks, this is designed to be a pocket companion for the vascular anaesthetist, and with the detailed sections, a good index and references throughout, it is designed well to allow this. A useful resource for all trainees throughout their career in vascular anaesthesia, and may prove a useful resource for vascular surgeons and radiologists in their own training. (British Journal of Hospital Medicine)
This is a small handbook which packs an amazing amount of useful information and clinical pearls about vascular anaesthesia into its 500 odd pages. I congratulate the three editorsall experts in vascular anaesthesiaon a great job to deliver such a lot of information in so small a package... I enjoyed reading Vascular Anaesthesia and will certainly dip into my copy in the future during those long distal revascularization cases! Highly recommended for vascular anaesthetists both old and new! (British Journal of Anaesthesia)
It is a recent publication and therefore, up to date with the literature. It is certainly a very useful handbook for people studying and practising vascular anaesthesia, or who anaesthetise patients with vascular disease. (Anaesthesia and Intensive Care.)
About the Author
Jonathan Thompson, Senior Lecturer/Honorary Consultant in Anaesthesia and Critical Care, University Department of Cardiovascular Sciences, Clinical Division of Anaesthesia Critical Care and Pain Management, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester, UK, Richard Telford, Consultant Anaesthetist, Department of Anaesthesia, Royal Devon and Exeter Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Exeter, UK, Simon Howell, Consultant Senior Lecturer in Anaesthesia, Academic Unit of Anaesthesia, Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds, UK
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