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Many patients come to the emergency room in pain or with conditions re quiring local or general anesthesia. Close co-operation between the st aff of the anesthesia and emergency departments is vital if anaesthesi a and analgesia are to be dealt with efficiently and safely. This new edition of Anaethesia and Analgesia in Emergency Medicine has been ext ensively revised throughout, especially with regard to resuscitation t echniques. It provides a concise guide to anesthesia and pain relief i n emergency medicine. Throughout, the emphasis of the handbook is on t he practical management of problems, giving clear instructions about t he treatment of common conditions, and featuring the new 1997 European Resuscitation Council Guidelines.
The book contains black-and-white illustrations.
Part 1: General anesthesia