Geriatric anesthesia is a rapidly evolving field which addresses the growing population of elderly who are now able to undergo surgical procedures that weren't considered even a few years ago. This is a major revision of a classic anesthesia reference, complied by editors considered the undisputed leaders in this growing field. The text highlights both essential knowledge and recent breakthroughs of importance to any who work with the elderly.
For the second edition, the editors have introduced a streamlined chapter format and have assembled a selection of chapters intended to deepen the understanding of anesthetic management of the geriatric patient. These revisions, coupled with an expanded coverage of classic topics of anesthetic management of the aged surgical candidate, will help enable the user to accurately target the most appropriate methods for anesthetizing the elderly patient.
453 pages; ISBN 9780387725277
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Title: Geriatric Anesthesiology
Author: Jeffrey Silverstein; Alec Rooke; J. G. Reves; Charles H. McLeskey
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