Master Techniques in Upper and Lower Airway Management

Found 71 related Books

You are about to access Master Techniques in Upper and Lower Airway Management.Access Speed for this file: 90101 KB/Sec


Free Membership Registration to Download

Our library can be accessed from certain countries only.

Please, see if you are eligible to read or download Master Techniques in Upper and Lower Airway Management by creating an account.

You must create a free account in order to read or download this book.

Master Techniques in Upper and Lower Airway Management by William H. Rosenblatt.pdf

Uploaded : 2018/05/22 

Last checked : 52 Minutes ago!

User rating : 5 / 4
 Downloads : 4587



Descriptions : Overcome the toughest airway challenges with Master Techniques in Upper and Lower Airway Management Under the preeminent editorial guidance of William Rosenblatt MD and Wanda Popescu MD a multitude of expert anesthesiologists guide you through all the ins and outs of managing difficult airways This anesthesiology reference s case based approach demonstrates the clinical applications of important principles and a large collection of online videos shows you how to perform key techniques successfully Two master clinician educators Drs William Rosenblatt and Wanda Popescu calling on their expertise in airway management and thoracic anesthesia respectively have developed a unique book which explores the pathway of the airway from lips nares to the terminal bronchi to develop a highly focused volume with accompanying e media to highlight clinical management Although the organization of the book may seem obvious or intuitive this is the first time a textbook has been developed in this manner For the reader these individuals have assembled the go to faculty for both pre operative consultation as well as intra operative airway related events in their specialties from the Foreword by Paul G Barash MD Key Features be prepared to tackle a complete range of upper airway problems with comprehensive coverage of everything from evaluation and basic management of the difficult upper airway patient through pre existing conditions otolaryngology and maxillofacial procedures nasal intubation tracheostomy and foreign bodiesediatric patients the at risk cervical spine extubation and more as well as lower airway issues including interventional pulmonology lung isolation devices and techniques airway surgery surgeries requiring lung isolation congenital abnormalities of the lower airway lung transplantation lower airway emergencies and more Apply principles in practice by reviewing case histories that show concrete applications in the con

9182 Users Online

9182 Users Online