The most engagingly written, clinically relevant overview of the practice of AnesthesiologyIN FULL COLOR!Hailed as the best primer on the topic, Morgan & Mikhail’s Clinical Anesthesiology has remained true to its stated goal: “to provide a concise, consistent presentation of the basic principles essential to the modern practice of anesthesia.” This trusted classic delivers comprehensive coverage of the field’s must-know basic science and clinical topics in a clear, easy-to-understand presentation. At the same time, it has retained its value for coursework, review, or as a clinical refresher.This Sixth Edition of Morgan and Mikhail’s Clinical Anesthesiology has been extensively revised to reflect a greater emphasis on critical care medicine, enhanced recovery, and ultrasound in anesthesia practice.Key features of Morgan and Mikhail’s Clinical Anesthesiology that make it easier to understand complex topics:•Rich full-color artwork combined with a modern, user-friendly design make information easy to find and remember•Case discussions promote the application of concepts in real-world clinical practice•Boxed Key Concepts at the beginning of each chapter identify important issues and facts that underlie the specialty•Numerous tables and figures encapsulate important information and facilitate recall•Up-to-date discussion of all relevant areas of Anesthesiology, including equipment and monitors, pharmacology, pathophysiology, regional anesthesia, pain management, and critical care•URLs for societies, guidelines, and practice advisories
Description of Morgan and Mikhail’s Clinical Anesthesiology 6th edition
This edition of Morgan and Mikhail’s clinical anesthesiology adds even more concept and interest to the knowledge of anesthesia. If you google the previous versions of this book you will realize it is one of the most favorite books among anesthesiologists and aspirants who wanna be anesthesiologists. It covers all the basic and clinical skills needed for an anesthesiologist in any part of the country. Highly recommended for download
This is simply a revamped Morgan compared to the last one. Mostly everything is in color, more bold points made throughout each chapter, but the same easy to follow layout, and more logically organized. Still missing some of the little things like where the PISS pins are located, and they took out some of the arterial line curves and some other little things that I can’t remember during my speed reading of the book that irked me (just adding all the tiny details would have made it a more comprehensive book). Other than that they added a chapter on perioperative management, and a whole section on periop care (mostly reorganized chapters that already existed and added I think about 3 more), separated neurosurgery from people with neurological/psychiatric diseases, and overall added over 200 more pages. It’s a good remodel, same good foundation, with some of the new medications and technological advances in the field of anesthesia. Would definitely recommend it, especially for people that like visual stimulation while they are studying.
- As the new Professor and Chair of Anesthesiology, John F. Butterworth, IV, M.D., brings a long career of studying outcomes and drug responses in patients having cardiovascular surgery and of studying pharmacology and toxicity of local anesthetic drugs.
- The fact that cardiovascular surgery often — perhaps 80 percent of the time — leads to mild temporary brain dysfunction is not widely appreciated, Butterworth says. “Early on, neurobehavioral deficits are pretty common,” he says and tells the tale of an elderly colleague who routinely did the New York Times crossword puzzle in ink. “Two weeks after coronary bypass surgery, he couldn’t get a single word. Four months later, he was back to doing the puzzle in ink.”
- Butterworth has participated in numerous clinical trials testing such things as whether administering certain neuroprotective drugs or providing better blood sugar control will reduce the risk of stroke or neurobehavioral deficits after heart surgery.
- Butterworth earned his medical degree on VCU’s MCV Campus and followed that with a research fellowship in the Division of Neurosurgery, where he was part of a team that was studying interventions that might improve recovery from head injuries. “It’s interesting to look back at that now and realize I was studying outcomes research,” he says.
- After an internship at the University of Massachusetts and residency and fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Butterworth spent 20 years on the faculty of Wake Forest University, and then six years as the R. K. Stoelting Professor and chair of the Department of Anesthesia at Indiana University.
- That’s 31 years away from Richmond, and Butterworth says he’s happy to be back. “This is my home. I grew up in Richmond,” he says. His mother is here, as well as relatives so numerous, Butterworths says, “It would take me hours to tell you about all of them.”
- He looks forward to the opportunity that chairing the department offers, which he feels is a very good fit both ways — for him and for the medical school. “This is an opportunity that came up at the right time in my life.”
- He is the Author Of Morgan and Mikhail’s Clinical Anesthesiology Books.
Table of Contents
Morgan and Mikhail’s Clinical Anesthesiology 6th edition includes the following units:
- Anesthetic Equipment and monitors
- Clinical Pharmacology
- Anesthetic Management
- Regional Anesthesia and Pain Management
- Perioperative and critical care medicine
File Size: 29 MBs
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