This fourth edition is evidence of the immense success of the previous three editions. The Anesthesia Drugs Handbook has been translated into five languages and is also now available on the Internet (www.medicinehouse.com). Information on all drugs has been updated where applicable including information on drug storage, current manufacturer and FDA warnings and guidelines. Expanded dosing information has been provided on many of the drugs including the muscle relaxants, narcotics and local anesthetics. New drugs have been added including Dexmedetomidine Hcl, Fospropofol Disodium, Milrinone Lactate, Aprepitant, Fosaprepitant Dimeglumine, Intralipid 20%, Tranexamic Acid, Inamrinone Lactate and the inhalation gas Nitric Oxide. Readers who wish to obtain more information on the inflammatory origin of pain should consult The Biochemical Origin of Pain (State-of-the-Art Technologies, 2002).
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About the Author
Sota Omoigui M.D. is Medical Director of the L.A. Pain Clinic and former member of the FDA Advisory Committee on Anesthetics and Life Support Devices (2008 – 2011). Dr. Sota Omoigui is author of The Biochemical Origin of Pain (State-of-the-Art Technologies, 2002), Sota Omoigui’s Pain Drugs Handbook (Blackwell Scientific Publishers, 1999), The Anesthesia Drugs Handbook (Mosby Yearbook Publishers, 1995), The Pain Drugs Handbook (Mosby Yearbook Publishers, 1996), Pain Relief—The L.A. Pain Clinic Guide (State-of-the-Art Technologies, 1998), The Universal Drug Infusion Ruler (State-of-the-Art Technologies, 1995) and co-author of The Nigerian National Anthem (198). Dr. Sota Omoigui’s drug handbooks are used worldwide and have been published in five other languages (Italian, Japanese, Malaysian, Polish and Portuguese). Dr. Sota Omoigui’s research focus is on inflammation and pain, anesthetic and pain pharmacology. Dr. Sota Omoigui pioneered the technique of audio-capnometry and holds a United States patent for the audio-capnometer monitor and a patent for the process of continuous non-invasive hemometry (measurement of hemoglobin.