Pharmacology and Physiology for Anesthesia
Foundations and Clinical Application: Expert Consult - Online and Print
Better understand the complexities of pharmacology and physiology relevant to your practice with the brand-new medical reference book, Pharmacology and Physiology for Anesthesia. Drs. Hugh Hemmings and Talmage Egan provide the clinical insights you need to effectively administer anesthesia, ensuring patient safety and the most optimal outcomes.
"...This is a useful well-written textbook of pharmacology and physiology. There is a greater emphasis on the pharmacology, but both sciences are dealt with to a high standard...I am happy to recommend this book as a useful learning and reference source." Reviewed by: C.S Reilly on behalf of British Journal of Anaesthesia, Feb 2014Table of Contents
- Access comprehensive, continually updated research on the physiology of organ systems and clinical topics in the pharmacology of anesthetic drugs.
- Quickly and easily reference the information you need through user-friendly tables, figures, and algorithms, all presented in lavish full color throughout.
- Understand the molecular mechanism of drug actions and identify key drug interactions that may complicate anesthesia with dedicated sections on these key areas.
- Search the text and download images online at Expert Consult.
"The balance of text is more favoured towards the pharmacology aspects. However, the physiology chapters all cover their subject well. The content of the chapter is all of a high standard and would be suitable for those preparing for post-graduate examinations... The book also comes with a link to access to a searchable online version via Expertconsult.com which also includes linkage through Medline to the text of references used and access to a library of the images for each chapter... In summary, this a useful well-written textbook of pharmacology, but both sciences are dealth with to a high standard. The images are excellent and complement the text. I am happy to recommend this book as a useful learning and reference source."
Britsh Journal of Anaesthesia, February 2014
By Hugh C. Hemmings, BS, MD, PhD, Professor of Pharmacology and Anesthesiology, Vice Chairman of Research in Anesthesiology, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, and Attending Anestesiologist, New York Presbyterian Hospital New York, NY; Talmage D. Egan, MD: Professor of Anesthesiology, Adjunct Professor of Pharmaceutics, Adjunct Professor of Bioengineering, Attending Anesthesiologist, Vice Chair for Research, K.C. Wong Presidential Endowed Chair, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah