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Thoroughly revised and updated, the 5th Edition of this classic text presents the latest developments in the scientific understanding and clinical practice of anesthesia. This New Edition features a second color throughout that highlights important information, including summaries, charts, tables, and more.

Spanish version of 4th edition also available, ISBN: 84-8174-122-1

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.

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Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Aisling Conran, MD (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This fifth edition book, last published in 1994, reflects the continuing need to update comprehensive texts in the increasingly complex field of anesthesia.
Purpose: The editors review the entire spectrum of anesthesiology. Each chapter contains a thorough discussion of a particular topic, which leads to some overlap of material, yet these chapters dovetail nicely with each other, with comparisons and contrasts in the differing opinions that exist in this evolving field. The worthy goal of providing a most complete analysis and presentation of the field of anesthesia is met by this well-written, well-illustrated text.
Audience: This is a great package of information for anesthesia residents and practitioners. As always, a thorough consideration of pertinent topics is presented as well as the additional new areas of interest. Most of the contributors are well known professors at prestigious anesthesia residency programs.
Features: All areas of anesthesia are discussed, with the addition of new areas such as information technology. Chapters are broken down into subsections, such as preoperative assessment, subspecialty management, monitoring, etc. A CD-ROM enhances the learning and reviewing process with visual aids to the reader; there are also video portions in which technical procedures are performed, and these also enhance the reader's appreciation for the complexity of the procedure while simplifying the pertinent points. A CD graphic placed in the text denotes a pertinent video section available on the CD-ROM. An effective index and bulleted overviews of chapters are also helpful. Color graphics, headings, and titles draw attention and enable the reader to more easily locate specific information in the text and read and understand the illustrations more easily. Both the quality and quantity of references is appropriate. The text is broken up into two volumes, and this groups subspecialty management with critical care into the second volume but makes the first volume heavier than the second.
Assessment: As in the past, this compilation continues to be the most comprehensive anesthesia text. With the addition of color, more illustrations, and the CD-ROM, this book is now easier to read and understand than ever before.
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Reviewer: Aisling Conran, MD(University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This fifth edition book, last published in 1994, reflects the continuing need to update comprehensive texts in the increasingly complex field of anesthesia.
Purpose: The editors review the entire spectrum of anesthesiology. Each chapter contains a thorough discussion of a particular topic, which leads to some overlap of material, yet these chapters dovetail nicely with each other, with comparisons and contrasts in the differing opinions that exist in this evolving field. The worthy goal of providing a most complete analysis and presentation of the field of anesthesia is met by this well-written, well-illustrated text.
Audience: This is a great package of information for anesthesia residents and practitioners. As always, a thorough consideration of pertinent topics is presented as well as the additional new areas of interest. Most of the contributors are well known professors at prestigious anesthesia residency programs.
Features: All areas of anesthesia are discussed, with the addition of new areas such as information technology. Chapters are broken down into subsections, such as preoperative assessment, subspecialty management, monitoring, etc. A CD-ROM enhances the learning and reviewing process with visual aids to the reader; there are also video portions in which technical procedures are performed, and these also enhance the reader's appreciation for the complexity of the procedure while simplifying the pertinent points. A CD graphic placed in the text denotes a pertinent video section available on the CD-ROM. An effective index and bulleted overviews of chapters are also helpful. Color graphics, headings, and titles draw attention and enable the reader to more easily locate specific information in the text and read and understand the illustrations more easily. Both the quality and quantity of references is appropriate. The text is broken up into two volumes, and this groups subspecialty management with critical care into the second volume but makes the first volume heavier than the second.
Assessment: As in the past, this compilation continues to be the most comprehensive anesthesia text. With the addition of color, more illustrations, and the CD-ROM, this book is now easier to read and understand than ever before.
Aisling Conran
This fifth edition book, last published in 1994, reflects the continuing need to update comprehensive texts in the increasingly complex field of anesthesia. The editors review the entire spectrum of anesthesiology. Each chapter contains a thorough discussion of a particular topic, which leads to some overlap of material, yet these chapters dovetail nicely with each other, with comparisons and contrasts in the differing opinions that exist in this evolving field. The worthy goal of providing a most complete analysis and presentation of the field of anesthesia is met by this well-written, well-illustrated text. This is a great package of information for anesthesia residents and practitioners. As always, a thorough consideration of pertinent topics is presented as well as the additional new areas of interest. Most of the contributors are well known professors at prestigious anesthesia residency programs. All areas of anesthesia are discussed, with the addition of new areas such as information technology. Chapters are broken down into subsections, such as preoperative assessment, subspecialty management, monitoring, etc. A CD-ROM enhances the learning and reviewing process with visual aids to the reader; there are also video portions in which technical procedures are performed, and these also enhance the reader's appreciation for the complexity of the procedure while simplifying the pertinent points. A CD graphic placed in the text denotes a pertinent video section available on the CD-ROM. An effective index and bulleted overviews of chapters are also helpful. Color graphics, headings, and titles draw attention and enable the reader to more easily locate specific information in thetext and read and understand the illustrations more easily. Both the quality and quantity of references is appropriate. The text is broken up into two volumes, and this groups subspecialty management with critical care into the second volume but makes the first volume heavier than the second. As in the past, this compilation continues to be the most comprehensive anesthesia text. With the addition of color, more illustrations, and the CD-ROM, this book is now easier to read and understand than ever before.
Rom A. Stevens
This is the fourth edition of a textbook that has long been one of the mainstays of anesthesiology resident teaching in North America. The two-volume work is designed to be a comprehensive teaching textbook and reference, intended to cover the art and science of anesthesiology. The audience includes both anesthesiology residents and practicing anesthesiologists. The unique features are: (1) peer review by a panel of consulting editors, each of whom is an internationally recognized expert in his or her area of anesthesiology; (2) a complete updating of each chapter from the previous edition, including references to current anesthesiology literature; (3) new chapters covering laser and laparoscopic surgery, organ transplantation, and new therapies, such as surfactant therapy. Information on the latest developments in anesthesiology, such as the use of the laryngeal mask airway, transesophageal echocardiography, new volatile anesthetic agents, and muscle relaxants have been included in this edition. Additionally, a new section is a color atlas of regional anesthesia. This is one of the most complete teaching and reference textbooks covering the field of anesthesiology. It should be on the shelves of every anesthesiology department and hospital library. There are a few errors, particularly in the atlas of regional anesthesia, where needles have been misdrawn and epidural space anatomy oversimplified. As with any comprehensive text attempting to cover a field as broad as anesthesiology, chapters are necessarily short and cover the basic information, often ignoring controversial areas. These factors make this a better teaching text for residents than reference book on various subspecialitiesof anesthesiology.
Booknews
**** The third edition (1990) of this comprehensive, state-of-the-art reference text is cited in Brandon-Hill. The two volumes contain 86 chapters grouped in six sections: introduction; scientific principles; anesthesia management; subspecialty management; critical care medicine; and ancillary responsibilities and problems. This edition is revised and updated to reflect changes that have occurred since publication of the previous edition: the introduction of new drugs; the increased understanding of pharmacology and basic mechanisms; the increased use of laser and laparoscopic surgical approaches; the increase in transplantations; and the addition of new therapies. This edition also adds a specially commissioned, full color atlas of regional anesthesia procedures. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780443079887
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 10/19/1999
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 2877
  • Product dimensions: 8.46 (w) x 10.91 (h) x 1.75 (d)

Table of Contents

Section I: INTRODUCTION

1. History of Anesthetic Practice ... Leroy Vandam

Section II: SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES
2. Basic Principles of Pharmacology Related to Anesthesia ... Debra A. Schwinn and Steven Shafer
A. INHALED ANESTHETICS
3. Mechanisms of Action ... Donald D. Koblin
4. Uptake and Distribution ... Edmund I. Eger II
5. Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology
Pulmonary Actions ... Neil E. Farber, Paul S. Pagel, And David C. Warltier
Cardiovascular Pharmacology ...Paul S. Pagel, Neil E. Farber, And David C. Warltier
6. Metabolism and Toxicity ... Jeffrey M. Baden and Susan A. Rice
7. Inhaled Anesthetic Delivery Systems ... J. Jeffrey Andrews
B. INTRAVENOUS ANESTHETICS
8. Barbiturates ... Robert J. Fragen and Michael J. Avram
9. Nonbarbiturate Intravenous Anesthetics ... J. Gerald Reves, Peter S. A. Glass, And David A. Lubarsky
10. Intravenous Opioid Anesthetics ... Peter L. Bailey, Talmage D. Egan, And Theodore H. Stanley
11. Intravenous Anesthetic Delivery ... Peter S. A. Glass and Steven L. Shafer
C. OTHER DRUGS COMMONLY USED in ANESTHESIA
12. Pharmacology of Muscle Relaxants and Their Antagonists ... John J. Savarese, Ronald D. Miller, Cynthia A. Lein, And James E. Caldwell
13. Local Anesthetics ... Charles B. Berde and Gary R. Strichartz
14. The Autonomic Nervous System ... Jonathan Moss and Cherly L. Renz
D. PHYSIOLOGY and ANESTHESIA
15. Respiratory Physiology and Respiratory
Function During ... Jonathan L. Benumof
16. Cardiac Physiology ... Thomas J. J. Blanck and David L. Lee
17. Hepatic Physiology ... Dale A. Parks, Kelly A. Skinner, Simon Gelman, And Mervyn Maze
18. Renal Physiology ... Robert N. Sladen
19. Cerebral Physiology and the Effects of Anesthetics and Techniques ... John C. Drummond and Piyush M. Patel
20. Neuromuscular Physiology and Pharmacology ... J. Jeevendra Martyn, Frank G. Standaer and Ronald D. Miller
21. Research Design and Statistics in Anesthesia ... Dennis M. Fisher

Section III: ANESTHESIA MANAGEMENT
A. PREOPERATIVE PREPARATION
22. Anesthesia Risk ...Lee Alan Fleischer
23. Preoperative Evaluation ... Stephen P. Fischer and Michael F. Roizen
24. Pulmonary Function Testing ... Thomas J. Gal
25. Anesthetic Implications of Concurrent Diseases Michael F. Roizen
26. Patient Positioning ... Roy F. Cucchiara and Ronald J. Faust
27. Malignant Hyperthermia ... Gerald A. Gronert, Joseph F. Antognini, And Isaac Pessah
B. MONITORING
28. Fundamental Principles of Monitoring Instrumentation ... James F. Szocik, Steven J. Barker, And Kevin K. Tremper
29. Monitoring Depth of Anesthesia ... Donald R. Stanski
30. Cardiovascular Monitoring ... J. Gerald Reves, Jonathan Mark, And Thomas Slaughter
31. Transesophageal Echocardiography ... Michael Cahalan
32. Electrocardiography ... Zaharia Hillel and Daniel M. Thys
33. Respiratory Monitoring ...Richard E. Moon and Enrico M. Camporesi
34. Renal Function Monitoring ... Solomon Aronson
35. Neurologic Monitoring ... Susan Black, Michael E. Mahla, And Roy F. Cucchiara
36. Neuromuscular Monitoring ... Jørgen Viby
37. Temperature Monitoring ... Daniel I. Sessler
38. AcidBalance ... Robert Shangraw
C. ANESTHESIA TECHNIQUES
39. Airway Management ... David J. Stone and Thomas J. Gal
40. Monitored Anesthesia Care ... Paul F. White and Monica Sa Rego
41. Deliberate Hypotension ... Hugo Van Aken and Edward D. Miller, Jr.
42. Spinal, Epidural, And Caudal Anesthesia ... David L. Brown
43. Nerve Blocks ... Denise J. Wedel
Regional Anesthesia in Children ... Bernard J. Dalens
D. PERIOPERATIVE FLUID THERAPY
45. Fluid and Electrolyte Physiology... Alan D. Kaye and Allan W. Grogono
46. Transfusion Therapy ... Ronald D. Miller
47. Autologous Transfusion ... Linda Stehling

Section IV: SUBSPECIALTY MANAGEMENT
48. Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery ... Jonathan L. Benumof and David D. Alfery
49. Anesthesia for Adult Cardiac Surgery ... Jack S. Shanewise and Carl C. Hug, Jr.
50. Anesthesia for Pediatric Cardiac Surgery ...William J. Greeley Susan Nicholson, And James Steven
51. Anesthesia for Vascular Surgery ... Edward Norris and Steven Frank
52. Neurosurgical Anesthesia ... John C. Drummond and Piyush M. Patel
53. Anesthesia and the Renal and Genitourinary ... Vinod Malhotra and Sudhir Diwan
54. Anesthesia and the Hepatobiliary System ... Mervyn Maze and Tony Bass
55. Organ Transplantation ... Leonard Firestone and Susan Firestone
56. Anesthesia for Laparoscopic Surgery ... Jean L. Joris
57. Anesthesia for Obstetrics ... Beth Glosten
58. Resuscitation of the Newborn ... George A. Gregory
59. Pediatric Anesthesia ... Charles J. Coté
60. Anesthesia for Orthopaedic Surgery ... Nigel E. Sharrock and John J. Savarese
61. Anesthesia for the Elderly ...Stanley Muravchick
62. Anesthesia for Trauma ... John K. Stene and Christopher M. Grande
63. Anesthesia and Eye, Ear, Nose, And Throat ... John V. Donlon, Jr.
64. Anesthesia for Laser Surgery ... Ira J. Rampil
65. Outpatient Anesthesia ... Paul F. White and Janet Van Vlymen
66. Anesthesia at Remote Locations ... Ronald Mackenzie, Joseph M. Messick, Jr., Peter Southorn, And Paul E. Stensrud
67. Clinical Care at Altered Environmental Pressure ... Richard E. Moon and Enrico M. Camporesi
68. The Postanesthesia Care Unit ...Thomas W. Feeley and Alex Macario
69. Acute Postoperative ... L. Brian Ready
70. Chronic Pain ...John C. Rowlingson and Terrence M. Murphy

Section V: CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
71. Overview of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine ... Robert R. Kirby, Cheri A. Sulek, And Michael J. Banner
72. Respiratory Care ... Barry A. Shapiro and William T. Peruzzi
73. Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care ...W. Daniel Kovarik and P. Pearl O'Rourke
74. Nutritional Aspects ... John L. Stene and Thomas C. Vary
75. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support ... Roger D. White
Brain Death ... Kenjiro Mori, Koh Shingu, And ShinNakao

Section VI: ANCILLARY RESPONSIBILITIES and PROBLEMS
77. Scope of Modern Anesthetic Practice ... Steven J. Thomas
78. Medical Information on the Internet ... Ira Rampil
79. Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement ... Barbara Dodson
80. Human Work Environment and Simulators ... David M. Gaba and Steven K. Howard
81. Teaching Anesthesia ... Alan Jay Schwartz
82. Operating Room Management ... William Mazzei
83. Electrical Safety in the Operating Room ... Lawrence Litt
84. Environmental Safety Including Chemical Dependency ... William P. Arnold III
85. Ethical and Legal Aspects ... Jerome H. Modell, A. Joseph Layon, And Charles S. Model

APPENDICES

1. ASA Practice Guidelines
2. Systeme International

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