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John B. Saunders, Katherine M. Conigrave, Noeline C. Latt, David J. Nutt, E. Jane Marshall, Walter Ling, and Susumu Higuchi (eds)
Sara Thorne and Sarah Bowater (eds)
Martin Hughes and Roland Black (eds)
Jerry Nolan and Jasmeet Soar (eds)
This concise resource covers the provision of all aspects of anaesthesia in an emergency setting. Ideal for use in the emergency department and in emergency sugery.
Athanasios Kalantzis and Crispian Scully CBE
Iain S. Whitaker, Kayvan Shokrollahi, and William A. Dickson (eds)
Matthew Barnard and Bruce Martin
This handbook aims to provide the information required for anaesthetic trainees looking after cardiac surgical patients and to provide a hands-on practical guide to what to do ‘on the spot’.
Andrew Mitchell, Nick West, Paul Leeson, and Adrian Banning
A practical guide to performing a comprehensive cardiac catheterisation study, setting the standard for training and competency.
Yaver Bashir, Timothy R. Betts, and Kim Rajappan
Robyn Smith, Michael Higgins, and Alistair Macfie (eds)
Joanna Chikwe, David Cooke, and Aaron Weiss
Ed Nicol, James Stirrup, Andrew D. Kelion, and Simon P.G. Padley (eds)
This handbook provides practical guidance on performing, analysing and interpreting cardiovascular CT scans in an accessible format.
Paul Leeson (ed.)
Cardiovascular Imaging provides an excellent overview of the current technology in X-Ray, echocardiography, cardiac magnetic resonance imaging, angiography, nuclear imaging, and computed tomography.
Saul G. Myerson, Jane Francis, and Stefan Neubauer (eds)
David Coghill, Sally Bonnar, Sandra Duke, Johnny Graham, and Sarah Seth
This title provides an authoratitive and comprehensive but also rapidly accessible text in the growing specialty of child and adolescent psychiatry.
Graham J MacKay, Helen R Dorrance, Richard G Molloy, and Patrick J O'Dwyer (eds)
This is an essential revision tool for general surgical trainees preparing for the FRCS examination, and in particular those declaring colorectal surgery as an area of special interest.
Srinivas Gada (ed.)
Ian Smith, Douglas McWhinnie, and Ian Jackson (eds)
This online guide provides the practising day surgery professional with a modern overview of current practice to act as both a reference and a practical guide to everyday challenges.