Avoid complications associated with unusual and complicated diseases with help from this classic source! Previously edited by Dr. Jonathan Benumof, Anesthesia and Uncommon Diseases, 5th Edition features new editorial leadership from Dr. Lee A. Fleisher, an acknowledged leader in the field of perioperative medicine and anesthesiology. Now with coverage of pediatric topics and fully revised chapters, most by new contributors, this edition brings you the latest knowledge and techniques. A new, more user-friendly page layout with algorithms, shaded boxes, and “Most Common” lists makes getting information much easier.
Includes new information on congenital heart disease, morbid obesity, neurological diseases, infectious diseases, trauma and acute care, geriatric patients, genetic and metabolic diseases, and burn patients.
Incorporates brand-new coverage of pediatric topics.
Provides sweeping updates throughout from many new contributors.
Offers a new, more user-friendly format with algorithms, shaded boxes, and “Most Common” lists.
With 45 additional contributing experts.
Reviews of the Previous Edition “Excellent…This extremely useful reference source offers considerable practical information.” –Mayo Clinic Proceedings. “New Edition of a popular standard continues to be an organized, well-referenced, and quite readable text.” –Anesthesia and Analgesia .
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