Clinical Physiology in Anesthetic Practice 1st Edition
Description of Clinical Physiology in Anesthetic Practice
A clinically relevant, reader -friendly text covering everything the anesthesia provider must know about physiology
This well-illustrated new resource is the most concise and high-yield presentation of physiology topics available to the anesthesia provider. The authors (who are both educators and clinicians) deliver a complete overview of physiology, but, since this book is written for the anesthesia provider, the bulk of the text is dedicated to cardiovascular and respiratory physiology.
Clinical Physiology in Anesthetic Practice distinguishes itself from general medical physiology books by the inclusion of case studies and clinical correlation boxed inserts that emphasize key fact that relate to real-world practice.
- Numerous case studies demonstrate the clinical relevance of basic science
- The author are experienced educators and clinicians, and know how to present difficult concepts in the most interesting and reader-friendly manner possible
- Key Points summarize must-know information, providing an excellent framework for board review
About the Author
Michael G. Levitzky, PhD, is Professor, Department of Physiology, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center.
Kathleen McDonough, PhD, is Professor and Associate Dean, School of Graduate Studies, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center.
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