Recent advances in anesthesiology

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Recent Advances in Anesthesiology covers all aspects of anesthesiology, including anatomy, sonology and clinical issues. Each volume brings contributions from eminent clinicians. The series is a useful resource for advanced medical professionals, residents in training and medical students seeking to update their knowledge of anesthesiology, alike.

The series is launched with 2 new volumes.

Anesthesia: Essential Clinical Updates for Practitioners – Regional, Ultrasound, Coagulation, Obstetrics and Pediatrics

Topics covered in this volume include: trauma, trauma anesthesia, regional anesthesia, upper extremity blocks, lower extremity blocks, ultrasound, the use of ultrasound for blocks and vascular access, coagulation, hemostasis, transfusion, anticoagulants and their reversal, issues in pediatric anesthesia, and pediatric trauma, as well as obstetrical anesthesia.

Anesthesia: Essential Clinical Updates for Practitioners – Regional, Ultrasound, Coagulation, Obstetrics and Pediatrics

Topics covered in this volume include: trauma, trauma anesthesia, regional anesthesia, upper extremity blocks, lower extremity blocks, ultrasound, the use of ultrasound for blocks and vascular access, coagulation, hemostasis, transfusion, anticoagulants and their reversal, issues in pediatric anesthesia, and pediatric trauma, as well as obstetrical anesthesia.

The 2 books set serves as a comprehensive handbook for advanced anesthesia professionals and a textbook for medical students.

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About The Author

Amballur David John M.D. is Assistant Professor of Anesthesia and Critical Care Medical at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; and Director of Student Education at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore USA. He received his B.A. from Harvard University, Cambridge MA and his M.D. from New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY. He trained in Internal Medicine Residency at Metro West Medical Center, Framingham MA. Training continued with residency in Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland with sub specialization fellowship in Cardiac Anesthesiology and Fellowship in Cardiac Anesthesiology at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston MA. He was formerly an instructor at Harvard Medical School, Boston MA prior to his current appointment at Johns Hopkins. Dr. John is on several Editorial Boards and has published numerous articles and book chapters. His areas of expertise include cardiopulmonary resuscitation, airway management, neuroanesthesia, geriatrics, and the post anesthetic care unit.

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