This is the third edition of a comprehensive book covering all aspects of perioperative and peripartum anaesthesia. Previous editions have been very well received (see reviews of the first two editions below) and this book builds on their success to be an essential purchase for all trainee and practising anaesthetists, as well as providing a valuable resource for other hospital and particularly theatre-based personnel such as surgeons, obstetricians, operating department practitioners, theatre nurses, midwives etc. The sections on medical disorders and anaesthestic problems, and on emergency conditions arising during anaesthesia or the immediate postoperative period have been expanded to include over 30 new entries and rare and unusual syndromes have been incorporated into these two main sections for ease of quick reference. The book also features a valuable list of abbreviations and a fully updated appendix containing useful addresses, telephone numbers and website details.A Perioperative and Peripartum Manual Rosemary Anne Mason, Rosemary Mason ... The use of epsilon aminocaproic acid, a fibrinolytic inhibitor, as a prophylactic measure, has been associated with the development of deep venous thrombosis (Hamilton et al 1977). ... There is some division in the profession between the use of FFP and Cl El (Cox ... It also lacks the disadvantage of FFP, which contains C2 and C4 (that have the theoretical risk of worsening an attack), and it has notanbsp;...
|Author||:||Rosemary Anne Mason, Rosemary Mason|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2001-01-04|