Pediatric Anesthesiology, An Issue of Anesthesiology Clinics
The approach to anesthesia in children poses specific challenges such as acute emotional fear and distress, fluid imbalances, greater risks for dangerous upper respiratory infections, and most importantly, dosing requirements. The guest editors on this issue are the leaders in this field and will collect the best contributors to address new research advances in perioperative and postoperative scenarios, as well as offering best practices for common pediatric procedures.
"Overall, I think this is a very useful textbook and worth the investment." Reviewed by British Journal of Anaesthesia, Jan 2105
|Author Information||By Alan Jay Schwartz, MD, CHOP|
"...this is a very useful textbook and worth the investment. It has an international flavour with well-known authors and sections dealing with frequent, clinical issues including the latest developments in these fields. The messages are clear and supported by a thorough literature research. It is a useful reference for students and teachers alike." Reviewed by British Journal of Anaesthesia, Jan 2015
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