Anesthesia Student Survival Guide: A Case-Based Approach

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Edition 02
Author Ehrenfeld Et Al (Eds)
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Edited and written by leading educators, this popular book for the anesthesiology rotation has been thoroughly updated and retains its distinctive case-based approach.  The Second Edition features a thorough revision of the discussion of ventilator management, improved coverage of extubation criteria, and the latest guidelines and algorithms for preoperative assessment.   Considerations for quality improvement and patient safety have been expanded throughout the book.  Anesthesia Student Survival Guide provides a complete introduction to the specialty and is aimed at medical and nursing students as well as practitioners in critical care who seek a succinct overview of anesthesiology.From reviews of the First Edition:<
>" excellent resource for the student wanting a deeper understanding of what is essentially a post-graduate subject, for example, an elective student." --British Journal of Anaesthesia<
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>"This is an excellent introduction to the specialty for third-year medical students, covering a
oad range of material at a sufficient depth to be useful, and providing a good structure for a comprehensive course of self-directed study." --Doody's Review Service"The writing style is uniformly strong, which makes the book easy to read....[It] serves not only as an excellent resource for students and other learners seeking an introduction to anesthesia but also as a platform for teaching the basics. It will be a welcome addition to the li
aries of teaching departments." --Canadian Journal of Anesthesia 

Table of Contents
>Anesthesia Student Survival Guide: A Case-Based Approach<
>Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Richard D. Urman<
>Scott SegalSection I<
>Introduction to Anesthesiology<
>Chapter 1<
>How to Be a "Star" Student, Career Options, and the Match<
>Roy G. Soto<
>Chapter 2<
>History of Anesthesia and Introduction to the Specialty<
>David C. Lai and Jesse M. EhrenfeldSection II<
>Chapter 3<
>Pharmacology Principles<
>Jerome M. Adams, John W. Wolfe and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 4<
>Pharmacology of Intravenous Anesthetic Agents<
>Jerome M. Adams, John W. Wolfe and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 5<
>Pharmacology of Inhalational Anesthetics<
>Jerome M. Adams, John W. Wolfe and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 6<
>Pharmacology of Local Anesthetics<
>Jerome M. Adams, John W. Wolfe and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 7<
>Pharmacology of Adjunct Agents<
>Jerome M. Adams, John W. Wolfe and Jesse M. EhrenfeldSection III<
>Preoperative Considerations<
>Chapter 8<
>The Preoperative Patient Evaluation<
>Amit Gupta and Timothy J. Shiveley<
>Chapter 9<
>Airway Evaluation and Management<
>Shawn T. Beaman, Patrick J. Forte, and David G. Metro<
>Chapter 10<
>The Anesthesia Machine<
>Alvaro Andres Macias<
>Chapter 11<
>Anesthesia Equipment and Monitors<
>Basem Abdelmalak  and D. John DoyleSection IV<
>Intraoperative Considerations<
>Chapter 12<
>Anesthetic Techniques: General, Sedation, MAC<
>Brian C. McLean, Anthony R.&Plunkett and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 13<
>Anesthetic Techniques: Regional<
>Brian C. McLean, Anthony R. Plunkett and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 14<
>Electrolytes and Acid-Base Analysis<
>Adam Kingeter and Matthew D. McEvoy,<
>Chapter 15<
>Fluids and Transfusion Therapy<
>Adam Kingeter and Matthew D. McEvoy<
>Chapter 16<
>Peripheral, Arterial, and Central Linesand Gastric Tube Placement<
>Jenna L. Walters and Matthew D. McEvoy<
>Chapter 17<
>Intraoperative Problems<
>Andrea Westman and Matthew D McEvoySection V<
>Systems Physiology and Anesthetic Subspecialties<
>Chapter 18<
>Physiology and Anesthesia for Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery<
>Amanda J. Rhee and Linda Shore-Lesserson<
>Chapter 19<
>Physiology and Anesthesia for Neurologic, ENT, and Ophthalmologic Surgery<
>Joshua H. Atkins and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 20<
>Stephen M. Howell MD and Mario Serafini<
>Chapter 21<
>Physiology and Anesthesia for General and Bariatric Surgery<
>Rana Badr and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 22<
>Anesthesia for Urological Surgery<
>Payal Kohli and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 23<
>Pediatric Surgery<
>Thomas M. Romanelli<
>Chapter 24<
>Physiology and Anesthesia for Elderly Patients <
>Ruma Bose and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 25<
>Ambulatory Surgery and Out-of-OR (OOR) Procedures <
>Joshua H. Atkins and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 26<
>Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery<
>RoyG. SotoSection VI<
>Chapter 27<
>Perioperative Acute and Chronic Pain Management<
>Mark A. Hoeft<
>Chapter 28 <
>Postoperative Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) and Common Postoperative Problems<
>R. Dean Nava Jr, Tarun Bhalla  and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 29<
>Introduction to Critical Care<
>Beverly J. NewhouseSection VII<
>Special Topics<
>Chapter 30<
>Professionalism, Safety, and Teamwork<
>Sheila Ryan Barnett, Stephen D. Pratt and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 31<
>Quality Assurance, Patient and Provider Safety<
>Arti Ori and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 32<
>Ethical and Legal Issues in Anesthesia<
>Jesse M. Ehrenfeld<
>Chapter 33<
>Clinical Simulation in Anesthesia Education<
>Emily M. Hayden MD, MHPE<
>Appendix AAppendix B<