Ultrasound is now accessible to every doctor. This has greatly facilitated vascular access, nerve blocks and any procedure when a needle is introduced, as well as the assessment of heart function. Ultrasound in Anesthetic Practice describes the wide range of uses for ultrasound; the companion DVD provides over 700 scans.Table of Contents Preface1. Physical principles of medical ultrasound Graham Arthurs, Trevor Frankel and Patrick Hill2. Ultrasound to aid vascular access Philip Haslam3. Diagnostic echocardiography Tom Ingram4. The role of echocardiography in the haemodynamically unstable patient in critical care and the operating theatre Julian Skoyles and Henry Skinner5. Transoesophageal diagnostic Doppler monitoring Robert Kong6. Ultrasound in the intensive care unit John Oram and Andy Bodenham7. Ultrasound in the traumatised patient and the acute abdomen Sapna Puppala, Vishwanath Acharya and David Parker8. Ultrasound to aid local anaesthetic nerve blocks in adults Barry Nicholls, Stephan Kapral and Peter Marhofer9. Ultrasound to aid local anaesthetic nerve blocks in children Amy Walker and Steve Roberts10. Cranial ultrasound in the newborn Owen Arthurs11. Ultrasound in acute gynaecology and pregnancy assessment William Taylor12. Ultrasound in ophthalmic anaesthesia Chandra Kumar13. Ultrasound in assessing soft tissue injury Geoff HideIndex.
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Titolo: Ultrasound in Anesthetic Practice - DVD included
Autori: Graham - Barry
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina rigida
Misure: 19x24 cm
Peso: 0.7 kg