Paediatric and Neonatal Anaesthesia
Anaesthesia in a Nutshell is a series of pocket books, designed to give the trainee anaesthetist essential information on each sub-specialty module, giving the trainee confidence in the first few weeks of their training. The editors have ensured that each volume is comprehensive, reflecting the individual module syllabus, and focusing on best clinical practice.
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Equipment and monitoring in paediatric anaesthesia
Anaesthesia for the infant and child
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