Providing guidance to a wide range of trainees in managing the sickest patients in hospital, and in particular how to ensure that their airway and breathing are supported in emergency situations. It gives advice on how to give an anaesthetic in an emergency, and what to do immediately afterwards.
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'This book fits in the pockets of theatre clothes. It may be useful for the junior trainee to have to remind themselves of key points before they head off to do an emergency intubation. It also concludes with flow charts, including a failed intubation drill. For the final exam candidate, it contains helpful lists and synopses. … the size and presentation of this publication make it a welcome addition to the training material available for our junior staff. ' Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
'This book was surprisingly deceptive for its size … The contributors and editors [provide] a wealth of clinical experience … Although the book is aimed primarily at the trainee doctors in acute specialities, arguably the content … is equally applicable to nursing and allied health professionals working alongside the medical team. … an invaluable resource with an abundance of information presented in a compact size.' Journal of Perioperative Practice
Jonathan Benger is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the United Bristol Healthcare Trust, and Senior Research Fellow at the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK.
Jerry Nolan is a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at the Royal United Hospital, Bath, UK.
Mike Clancy is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Southampton University Hospitals Trust, UK.
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