Paediatric Anaesthesia

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Overview

This handbook covers all aspects of modern paediatric anaesthesia; from common ENT and general surgical day case procedures through to specialist neonatal, neurosurgical, spinal and cardiac procedures restricted to paediatric centres. Paediatric Anaesthesia deals with individual surgical procedures on a case by case basis covering the whole care of a patient from preoperative assessment, through the provision of anaesthesia and pain relief, to postoperative care. There are also chapters on resuscitation, complications during anaesthesia, congenital syndromes and medical conditions which affect anaesthesia and sedation of children. A concise source of knowledge and advice, this handbook provides rapid access to relevant material with sufficient detail and explanation to make it invaluable to a trainee new to the sub-specialty or any specialist practitioner working on pediatric anesthesia.

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"...very easy to read and presents clearly a huge amount of clinically useful and up to date information for both experienced and less experienced members of the paediatric anaesthesia team. The wipe clean cover is extremely practical and I will certainly be keeping my copy tied down in the paediatric theatres where it will be invaluable both for teaching and for reference for my trainees (in anaesthesia, as well as operating department practitioners and nursing staff) and indeed for me...Well done to the authors and editor."--Jane Lockie, University College London Hospitals for British Journal of Hospital Medicine

"Practical, pragmatic, and relevant, this book will find favor with trainee and experienced specialist alike as a helpful source of information for the conduct and teaching of anaesthesia. I would anticipate using it regularly if I could only remember which trainee 'borrowed' it last."--Edward Doyle for the European Society of Anaesthesiology Newsletter

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Meet the Author

Edward Doyle is a consultant paediatric anaesthetist at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh. Particular areas of clinical interest and expertise include regional anaesthesia, postoperative analgesia and management of the difficult paediatric airway. Non-clinical commitments include teaching, training and postgraduate examinations.

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Physiology, Pharmacology and Psychology

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