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Anesthesia Unplugged, Second Edition (Gallagher, Anesthesia Unplugged)


Features: Used Book in Good Condition
By (author): Christopher Gallagher, Steven Ginsberg, Michael Lewis, Christine Park, Deborah Schwengel

An engaging and effective way to learn all the essential anesthesia procedures

More than any other text, Anesthesia Unplugged, 2e disarmingly demystifies anesthesiology. Featuring an easy-to-navigate atlas-style design, this skill-sharpening book delivers step-by-step instruction on the entire spectrum of perioperative, ambulatory, regional, and general procedures.

Essential for anesthesiology residents, student registered nurse anesthetists, medical students with an interest in anesthesiology, and Intensive Care Unit personnel, Anesthesia Unplugged, 2e features:

  • Authoritative, complete coverage of all relevant anesthesia procedures, from the IV and laryngoscopy, to the combined spinal-epidural and transesophageal echocardiography
  • An efficient organization featuring one procedure per chapter
  • Critical information broken down into manageable chunks and templates – ideal for busy residents and clinicians
  • 600 high-quality photographs and illustrations that put key anesthesia procedures into proper clinical perspective
  • Amusing insights you won’t get anywhere else with chapters that include: The Mask of Zorro: Mask Ventilation; Whiz-Bang Intubation Gizmos; PICC Lines – Just Really, Really Long IVs; Goodnight, Sleep Tight: Setup and Mask Induction for Pediatric Patients; The Lung’s Not Down, You Idiot! – Lung Isolation; Thoracic Epidurals?What’s the Big Deal?; Stand By Me: The Femoral Arterial Line
List Price: $129.00 USD
New From: $25.00 USD In Stock
Used from: $15.99 USD In Stock

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