Filling a void in the anesthesiology literature, this new text delivers a streamlined yet comprehensive discussion of the unique aspects and considerations necessary to successfully manage pediatric patients. Forty concise chapters written by leading pediatric anesthesiologists cover pertinent issues practitioners face in and out of the operating room.
For each procedure covered, there is a review of equipment, technique, alternatives, and ways to manage complications or troubleshoot errors. Helpful “Focus Points” summarize salient concepts in every chapter. Informative illustrations, tables, and graphs are featured throughout.
Clinical Pediatric Anesthesiology provides the necessary tools to develop a solid understanding of understand pediatric anesthesia and effectively manage pediatric anesthesia cases. It’s an essential resource for both trainees and practitioners.