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Description - Top Tips in Anaesthesia by T.M. Perris

What we have sought in this collection of 'Top Tips' (how to do it) and 'Caveats' (how not to do it) is to compile the Pearls of Wisdom that have been passed down from colleagues all around the world. These are the small details of practice which we have come to rely on when the going gets tough. Most of them are too obscure or even downright strange to make the main stream text books. Many are not 'evidence based'. We are not seeking to rival the Cochrane database but do believe that, worthy as the scholarly collection may be, there is still a place in medicine for skill, artistry and individualism. We are merely trying to spread the word slightly further and perhaps add another string to a few bows, for those times when the available options seem a little limited.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781841101712
ISBN-10: 1841101710
Format: Paperback
(186mm x 123mm x 5mm)
Pages: 80
Imprint: Greenwich Medical Media Ltd
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publish Date: 1-Mar-2005
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - T.M. Perris

Having worked, trained and taught in several excellent centres (Bristol, Birmingham, Cambridge and the University of Washington, where he was Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology), Tom Perris is now a consultant in Anaesthetics at the Gloucester Royal Hospital. He divides his time between operating theatres and the intensive care unit, where his interests are in regional anaesthesia alongside trauma and resuscitation. He holds the Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (UK). Having completed his medical training in Wales in 1989, Scott Brudney then moved to London, spending four years in hospital medicine. On completing his anaesthetic training, in 2000 he moved to Duke University Medical Center, where he is Assistant Clinical Professor and Medical Director of the VA SICU, dividing his time between ICU and theatres, whilst teaching and conducting research.