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• A concise, practical and comprehensive guide to ophthalmic anaesthesia • Written by the current and past presidents of the British Ophthalmic Society • Chapters covering anatomy, principles and practice as well as the history of the specialty • Contains up-to-date guidelines and references • With expert contributors from across the world
Ophthalmic anaesthesia is important for anaesthetists, ophthalmologists and those who are involved in the care of patients undergoing ophthalmic surgery. This book provide them with the basic knowledge of anatomy, the principles relating to the safe conduct of general and regional anaesthesia in children and adult patients, the specific anaesthetic techniques, and the changes that have occurred in ophthalmic anaesthesia over the last decades. It combines internationally known and respected clinicians from the United Kingdom, Europe, Singapore, the United States of America and other parts of the world who have influenced the field of ophthalmic anaesthesia.
This book will be of interest to trainee as well as established ophthalmic anaesthetists and ophthalmologists, anaesthetic nurses and those who are involved in the care of ophthalmic patients all over the world. Presented in the Oxford Specialist Handbook series, it offers practical advice as well as background information in a convenient pocket-sized title.
Readership: Trainee and consultant anaesthetists with an interest in ophthalmic anaesthesia
Audience: Oxford Specialist Handbook in Ophthalmic Anaesthesia is intended for a UK audience as well as other areas which follow UK medical practice including Europe, Australia, the Middle East, India and East Asia.Authors: Edited by Chandra Kumar, Chris Dodds, and Steven Gayer