Yao & Artusio's Anesthesiology: Problem-Oriented Patient Management is designed to present a group of important clinical entities covering the most critical anesthetic problems. It is intended to provide logical and scientific fundamentals for individualized patient management. This latest update is based on the 2008
print edition with additional features and enhanced functionality.
The resource provides one-click access to patient management cases covering around 60 surgical procedures and problems in anesthesiology. Easy-to-navigate screens present case histories and questions about pathophysiology, symptoms, diagnosis, preoperative evaluation, intraoperative management, and postoperative care. Questions are followed by thorough explanations, with tables, illustrations, and references.
- Designed to stress anesthetic problems and to give the anesthesiologist the opportunity to organize his or her own ideas of patient care.
- Organized by organ systems into eleven sections consisting of 62 topics.
- Contains 3 new sections: acupuncture, perioperative pain management and electroconvulsive therapy.
- The material in the resource is prepared for the education of the resident and the practicing anesthesiologist.
- This best-selling resource hones clinical decision-making skills and offers excellent preparation for both written and oral exams for anesthesiology students and professionals.
- The only anesthesiology resource with a case-based, problem-oriented approach.
- Serves as a review source for the continuing education of the anesthesiologist.
- The question and answer format, combined with current references, enhances its educational value.