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Overview

Adhering to the same easy-to-use format as previous editions, the Fourth Edition of this text provides timely and insightful information into the principles of modern anesthesiology, office-based anesthesia, hazards and safety in the operating room, and the importance of cost-effective testing prior to administration of anesthesia. This comprehensive resource includes new chapters on the hazards of working in the OR, up-to-date information on how to prevent and manage OR fires if they occur, information on the newest guidelines for preoperative preparation including new fasting guidelines, administration of anesthesia for minimally invasive surgical techniques, and drug interactions.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Jeffrey L. Apfelbaum, MD (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: In this fifth edition, the authors and editors provide an extraordinarily comprehensive overview of the medical specialty of anesthesiology with particular attention to the basic principles of anesthesia practice, pharmacology in anesthesia practice, preoperative preparedness for the delivery of anesthesia, intraoperative management of anesthesia, and the postoperative management of patients having undergone an anesthetic. The previous edition was published in 2000.
Purpose: The editors have stated that they believe that this edition has remained faithful to its original goal: "to develop a textbook that supports efficient and rapid acquisition of knowledge." However, they acknowledge that in order to meet this objective, they have specifically developed a multifaceted systemic approach; this book serves as the foundation and reference for the other education tools in the Clinical Anesthesia series: the Handbook of Clinical Anesthesia, 5th edition, Clinical Anesthesia for the PDA, 2nd edition, Review of Clinical Anesthesia, 3rd edition and the Lippincott Interactive Anesthesia Library on CD-ROM, 3rd edition.
Audience: This comprehensive textbook is designed to serve as a daily reference for students, anesthesia trainees, practicing anesthesiologists, and other physicians who are in need of a reference of perioperative care. For trainees, the book can be read as a whole, and will provide in-depth background that will give the trainee an entry-level foundation for life-long learning. For practicing anesthesiologists, individual chapters are designed to stand on their own and can provide thorough references enabling the practitioner to adequately problem solve.
Features: The book is organized into six major sections, with the first three ("Introduction to Anesthesia Practice," "Base Principles of Anesthesia Practice," and "Basic Principles of Pharmacology and Anesthesia Practice") designed to provide a foundation for didactics. The last three sections ("Preparing for Anesthesia," "Management of Anesthesia," and "Postanesthesia and Consultant Practice") are designed to provide more detailed information about perioperative patient management. The editors have assembled 117 authors with expertise in both basic science and clinical medicine. The collective expertise of these authors makes them exceptionally well qualified authorities in the field. This edition is totally redesigned from the previous edition, and includes both new formatting and information. For example, each chapter begins with a detailed outline and key points. New chapters include disaster preparedness and weapons of mass destruction, genomics, bariatric surgery, and office-based anesthesia. Additionally, each author seems to emphasize applicable areas of importance to patient safety.
Assessment: This is an extraordinarily well-written and comprehensive text of outstanding quality. It is an invaluable addition to the library of any student, trainee, or practitioner of the medical specialty of anesthesiology.
Rom A. Stevens
This is the third edition of a multiauthored book, last published in 1989, that covers the entire specialty of anesthesiology. A total of 100 authors contributed, and approximately 30 percent of the chapters are new since the second edition. The purpose is to provide residents and experienced practitioners with a contemporary textbook of anesthesiology, emphasizing rapid acquisition of information pertinent to patient care. By and large, these objectives are met. The target audience is stated to be both residents and experienced practitioners. However, the most likely readers of this book will probably be anesthesia residents. All the authors are recognized experts in their various subspecialty areas of anesthesiology. The quality and number of illustrations are adequate. The references are up-to-date. The table of contents and index are adequate. The overall appearance of the book is adequate. There are no particularly unique features of this book. This book will prove most useful to anesthesia residents studying for their board examinations, because it provides an abbreviated overview of the entire specialty. Since the previous edition was published in 1989, many changes have occurred in the specialty, necessitating this update. I highly recommend it to anesthesia residents as well as to departmental libraries.
JAMA
Praise for previous editions:
"This edition brings this work to a new standard of currency and completeness. The anesthesiologist seeking a reference text that contains information in a format easy to use and comprehensive in content would do well to consider this as a first choice.
Anesthesiology
...the editors state their goal for this text: to `supply both residents and experienced anesthesiologists with a contemporary textbook of anesthesiology, emphasizing rapid acquisition of information pertinent for patient management in a comprehensive, up-to-date, single-volume book'...The editors have met their goal...
Booknews
Highlighting new paradigms for OR management and cost containment, this new edition contains 57 chapters by anesthesiologists at university hospitals across the US. Topics include hazards such as latex allergy; drug interactions and anesthesia; newer monitoring techniques, including transesophageal echocardiography and transcranial Doppler; anesthesia for minimally invasive procedures; anesthesia for the geriatric patient; anesthesia for patients with rare and coexisting diseases; office-based anesthesia; management of acute postoperative care; and value-based anesthesia practice, resource utilization, and operating room management. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780781757454
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 9/1/2005
  • Edition description: Fifth Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 1584
  • Product dimensions: 10.96 (w) x 8.66 (h) x 2.31 (d)

Table of Contents

  1. Section I. Introdcuction to Anesthesia Practice

  2. The History of Anesthesia
  3. Practice and Operating Room Management
  4. Experimental Design and Statistics
  5. Occupational Health
  6. Professional Liability, Quality Improvement, and Anesthetic Risk

    Section II. Basic Principles of Anethesia Practice

  7. Cellular and Molecular Mechanics of Anesthesia
  8. Genomic Basis of Perioperative Medicine
  9. Electrical Safety
  10. Acid-Base and Fluids
  11. Hemostasis and Hemotherapy

    Section III. Basic Principles of Pharmacology in Anesthesia Practice

  12. Basic Principles of Clinical Pharmacology
  13. Autonomic Nervous System: Physiology and Pharmacology
  14. Nonopioid Intravenous Anesthesia
  15. Opioids
  16. Inhalation Anesthesia
  17. Neuromuscular Blocking Agents
  18. Local Anesthetics

    Section IV. Preparing For Anesthesia

  19. Preoperative Evaluation and Management
  20. Anesthesia for Patients with Rare and Coexisting Diseases
  21. Malignant Hyperthermia and Other Pharmacogenetic Disorders
  22. Delivery Systems for Inhaled Anesthetics
  23. Airway Management
  24. Patient Positioning
  25. Monitoring the Anesthetized Patient

    Section V. Management of Anesthesia

  26. Epidural and Spinal Anesthesia
  27. Peripheral Nerve Blockade
  28. Anesthesia for Neurosurgery
  29. Respiratory Function in Anesthesia
  30. Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery
  31. Cardiovascular Anatomy and Physiology
  32. Anesthesia for Cardiac Surgery
  33. Anesthesia for Vascular Surgery
  34. Anesthesia and the Eye
  35. Anesthesia for Otolaryngologic Surgery
  36. Renal Physiology & Urology
  37. Anesthesia and Obesity
  38. Anesthesia and Gastrointestinal Disorders
  39. Anesthesia for Minimally Invasive Procedures
  40. Anesthesia and the Liver
  41. Orthopedics
  42. Anesthesia and the Endocrine System
  43. Obstetric Anesthesia
  44. Neonatal Anesthesia
  45. Pediatric Anesthesia
  46. Anesthesia for the Geriatric Patient
  47. Anesthesia for Ambulatory Surgery
  48. Monitored Anesthetic Care
  49. Trauma and Burns
  50. The Allergic Response
  51. Drug Interactions
  52. Anesthesia Provided at Alternative Sites
  53. Office-Based Anesthesia
  54. Anesthesia for Organ Transplantation

    Section VI. Postanesthesia and Consultant Practice

  55. Postoperative Recovery
  56. Management of Acute Postoperative Pain
  57. Chronic Pain Management
  58. Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine
  59. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
  60. Disaster Preparedness and Bioterrorism

    Appendix. Electrocardiography

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