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Logo of mjafiGuide for AuthorsAbout this journalExplore this journalMedical Journal, Armed Forces India
Med J Armed Forces India. 2004 April; 60(2): 206.
Published online 2011 July 21. doi:  10.1016/S0377-1237(04)80129-1
PMCID: PMC4923175

Oxford Handbook of Anaesthesia

Reviewed by AK Bhargava* and A Chakrabarty+

Keith G Allman Oxford Handbook of Anaesthesia 2002 Oxford University Press 0198526865 1139 EPZ version, paperback, Price Rs 360/- Approx.

A hand held comprehensive anaesthesia ready reckoner, which is useful to the practising anaestheisologist and resident. This book does not replace a standard textbook, but only serves to provide concise reading material in between cases and those unsuspected emergency situations that come out of unannounced difficult patients. The various chapters on anaesthesia for surgical specialities are well conceived and have practical guidelines for management of cases under references. Military anaesthesia, inoculation injuries, death on the table and target controlled infusion are additional fields that have been addressed in this book. Some useful websites adult drug formulary as well as drug infusion tables (adult) have been included. Useful book for anaesthesiologists.

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