By James E. Cottrell MD FRCA, Piyush Patel MD
Featuring new co-editor Piyush Patel, MD, the up-to-date version of Cottrell and Patel's Neuroanesthesia continues to function the definitive reference in this very important box of medication. Clinically orientated chapters are essentially equipped and canopy key scientific issues, case shows, and discussions, supplying the complete and authoritative guidance you want to verify optimum perioperative safeguard for neurosurgical patients.
- Integrates present medical principles with the latest medical applications.
- Explains what to do less than any set of situations, the good judgment at the back of why it may be performed, and the way to prevent complications.
- Clear conceptual illustrations make complicated innovations more uncomplicated to appreciate at a glance.
- Comprehensive and large coverage of all vital facets of neuroanesthesia allows you to locate trustworthy solutions to any scientific question.
- Expert seek advice e-book model incorporated with buy. This superior booklet adventure allows you to go looking the entire textual content, figures, photos, and references from the ebook on numerous units.
- Access brand-new info to maintain you present! All chapters were completely up to date to mirror the newest developments in neurosurgical anesthesia.
- A thoroughly reorganized TOC deals more straightforward entry to information.
- Covers the newest advances in neuromodality tracking ― mind tissue oxygenation oximetry; microdialysis; and intensity of anesthesia.
- Includes a brand-new bankruptcy on end-of-life care and the diagnosis and management of mind loss of life, in addition to a brand new bankruptcy on minimally invasive techniques.
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Figure courtesy Dr. David S. 2 Cerebral blood flow (CBF) as a function of the cerebral metabolic rate for oxygen (CMRO2) in different brain regions of the rat, as determined by autoradiography during halothane and isoflurane anesthesia. 1, flow and metabolism remained coupled for both anesthetics. Note that for a given CMRO2 value, flow is actually higher for isoflurane than for halothane. (From Hansen TD, Warner DS, Todd MM, et al: The role of cerebral metabolism in determining the local cerebral blood flow effects of volatile anesthetics: Evidence for persistent flow-metabolism coupling.
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