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From The CriticsReviewer: Daniel S Rubin, M.D. (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This is a comprehensive resource on the numerous different facets of the practice of anesthesia.
Purpose: The purpose is to serve as a single source reference/review for anesthesiologists in every stage of their training and careers.
Audience: Written for medical students, residents, and practitioners, the book is a valuable resource for all of them.
Features: The book covers the entire scope of anesthesiology, starting with the preoperative evaluation, details of anesthesia machines, physiology, and pharmacology and including all of the different anesthesia specialties and anesthetizing locations. The book is large, but it covers a broad range of topics effectively and is divided into appropriate sections. It presents appropriate algorithms for decision-making and makes understanding the subject easier.
Assessment: This is a high-quality resource for anesthesiologists at any point in their careers and is in the top tier of generalized reference books for the specialty.