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    Default Anaesthesia for minimally invasive surgery


    It's a book for humans, but I think it could be valuable to veterinarians too. Enjoy!!


    Minimally invasive or laparoscopic surgery is becoming commonplace, the technique is a minimally invasive approach to be activated offered as a possible alternative to conventional open surgery for a number of important operations. This up-to-date, comprehensive, but concise and practical introduction to the topic will be of value to all anesthesiologists who have an interest in minimally invasive techniques. It starts with the key aspects of basic physiology, moves to the patient preparation and storage, monitoring, anesthetic procedure itself (including possible complications and contraindications, and easy-to-follow "How to" guidelines for a number of key procedures ).
    1841101915 /Author: Thomas Allen Crozier / 2004


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