Atlas of Regional Anesthesia, 4th Edition
Expert Consult - Online and Print
Atlas of Regional Anesthesia, by Dr. David L. Brown, has been the go-to reference for many years, helping clinicians master a myriad of nerve block techniques in all areas of the body. This meticulously updated new edition brings you state-of-the-art coverage and streaming online videos of ultrasound-guided techniques, as well as new coverage of the latest procedures. Hundreds of high-quality full-color illustrations of anatomy and conventional and ultrasound-guided techniques provide superb visual guidance. You’ll also have easy access to the complete contents online, fully searchable, at expertconsult.com.
New to This Edition
- Master the ultrasound-guided approach through 12 online videos demonstrating correct anatomic needle placement.
- Access the complete contents online and download all of the illustrations at expertconsult.com.
- Learn the latest techniques with a new chapter on transversus abdominis block and updated coverage of nerve stimulation techniques, implantable drug delivery systems, spinal cord stimulation, and more.
- Obtain superior visual guidance thanks to hundreds of high-quality illustrations of cross-sectional, gross, and surface anatomy paired with outstanding illustrations of conventional and ultrasound-guided techniques.
"The heavy emphasis on cross-sectional anatomy of targeted nerves in both a relatively unusual and extremely useful format for practical application of regional techniques...Excellent graphic representation of the structured landmarks and the course of the nerves...Recommend." - Mayo Clinic Proceedings
"A beautifully illustrated book covering a wide number of regional anaesthetic techniques...Easily understood...Easy to use." -Anesthesia & Analgesia
- Book News, Inc.
"The fourth edition of Atlas of Regional Anesthesia, edited by David L. Brown, fulfills its stated goal to ‘teach physicians needing to learn regional anesthesia and pain medicine technical procedures.’…The trainees to whom I have shown this atlas have found it to be superb. Atlas of Regional Anesthesia can be a source of immediate preprocedure review for the anesthesiologist and should be made available as a reference wherever regional anesthesia is practiced." - Martin H. Dauber, MD, University of Chicago- JAMA
"…this is an excellent general atlas of regional anaesthesia, with excellent anatomical diagrams, and ultrasound images."- I. Kapila and M. Columb, British Journal of Anaesthesia
By David L. Brown, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Diego; Director, Coronary Care Unit, UCSD Medical Center, San Diego, CA