In this work, two teachers of anaesthesia provide the practical information on all the procedures an anaesthetist is called upon to perform, both every day and in an emergency. The whole spectrum of anaesthetic practice is covered, from assessing the airway and checking the machines to management of specific complications. Contents:Evaluation of the airway; Control of the airway; Tracheal intubation; Failed intubation drill; Vascular access; Intravenous fluids; The anaesthetic machine; Anaesthetic breathing systems; Ventilators and other equipment; Monitoring in anaesthesia; Cardiac arrest; Haemorrhage and blood transfusion Anaphylactic reactions; Malignant hyperthermia.
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