Many patients come to the Accident and Emergency department in pain or with conditions requiring local or general anaesthesia. Close co-operation between the staff of the Anaesthesia and Accident and Emergency departments is vital if anaesthesia and analgesia are to be dealt with efficiently and safely. This new edition of Anaesthesia and Analgesia in Emergency Medicine has been extensively revised throughout, especially with regard to resuscitation techniques. It provides a concise guide to anaesthesia and pain relief in Emergency Medicine. Throughout, the emphasis is on the practical management of problems, giving clear instructions about the treatment of common conditions. * Features the new 1997 European Resuscitation Council Guidelines * Some new sections included * Revised throughout The book is written for staff working in an Accident and Emergency department, but will also be of interest to those training in anaesthesia Reviews of first edition: 'The authors are to be congratulated on their efforts in producing a worthwhile addition to the trauma anesthesia literature...'
(Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 1995) 'The book contains an enormous assortment of very valuable information, nearly all of it in a very clear and concisely presented manner'. (Today's Anaesthetist, 1994) 'The information this book contains will benefit all staff involved in emergency medicine' ( Journal of the British Association for Immediate Care, 1994)
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