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Drugs in anaesthetic practice [by] F.G. Wood-Smith and H.C. Stewart

F. G Wood-Smith

Drugs in anaesthetic practice [by] F.G. Wood-Smith and H.C. Stewart

with contributions by C.L. Cope and P.J. Horsey.

by F. G Wood-Smith

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Published by Butterworths in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anesthetics,
  • Drugs -- Physiological effect

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsStewart, H. C,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM301 W6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination464p.
    Number of Pages464
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17005866M

    1. Author(s): Wood-Smith,F G(Francis Geoffrey); Stewart,H C(Harold Charles) Title(s): Drugs in anaesthetic practice [by] F. G. Wood-Smith and H. C. Stewart. PHYSIOLOGY OF SPINAL ANESTHESIA. By Nicholas M. Greene, m.d. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins; Toronto: Burns and MacEachern, 2nd ed. $ Google Scholar.

    EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY 14 () NORTH-HOLLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY SIDE EFFECTS OF ANTI-EMETICS: RESULTS OF A CLASS EXPERIMENT R.S.J. CLARKE and J.W. DUNDEE Department of Anaesthetics, The Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland Received 3 August Accepted 9 December R.S.J. CLARKE and J.W. DUNDEE, Side effects of anti-emetics: Cited by: 28 December Book Reviews = SomeAspects of Neurophysiology The Electrical Activity of the Nervous System. 3rd edition. Edited by Mary A. B. Brazier, , (Pp. +ix; illustrated. 45s.) London: Pitman (London) Medical. This third edition is written, like its pre-decessors, with admirable clarity. There are.

    Book reviewed in this article: ANIMAL ANAESTHESIA, C. J. Green DRUGS IN ANAESTHETIC PRACTICE, 5th edn, M. D. Vickers, F. G. Wood‐Smith and H. C. Stewart. Br. J. Anaesth. (), 46, EFFECTS OF CHANGES IN TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE DURING EXPERIMENTAL ANAESTHESIA D. C WHITE AND M. J. HALSEY Anaesthesia may be defined as a reversible depression of physiological function produced by a variety of inhaled agents, which are characterized by lack of structural specificity and very low chemical by: 8.


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BOOK REVIEW Drugs in Anaesthetic Practice. By F. Wood, Smith and H. C Stewart. Published by Butterworths. ; illustrated. Wood-Smith and Stewart have produced a volume which fills this deficit and deals not only with the drugs used in the actual management of cases during anaesthesia, but also with such topics as Cited by: This is a PDF-only article.

The first page of the PDF of this article appears above. ZUSAMMENFASSUNG BOOK REVIEWS Drugs in Anaesthetic Practice (3rd edition). By F. Wood-Smith, H. Stewart and M. Vickers.

Published by Butterworth & Co. Ltd., London, England. xi + Price 84s. The publication of the third edition of Drugs in Anaesthetic Practice within six years of its first appearance shows the popularity of this Cited by: An essential reference text, the fifth edition of this popular book details drugs in anaesthesia and intensive care in an A-Z format.

The book describes the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of all the drugs commonly used by anaesthetists/5(28).

In everyday practice, anaesthetists can make use of a wide range of drug treatments, and require readily available and accessible information on the appropriate drugs to use in any given situation. Drugs in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care has quickly established itself as an essential reference text for all anaesthetists, both trainees and consultants.

These drugs are being drawn up for a high percentage of lists. Analysis by anaesthetic grade showed that senior house officers drew up atropine and succinylcholine for % of their lists, as recommended in some basic texts [].We were surprised at how frequently anaesthetists estimated that they actually used the drugs, particularly ephedrine in 24% of all by: 7.

Author(s): Wood-Smith,F G(Francis Geoffrey); Stewart,H C(Harold Charles) Title(s): Drugs in anaesthetic practice[by] F. Wood-Smith and H. Stewart. Book Review: Drugs in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Article (PDF Available) in The Open Anesthesiology Journal 10(1) September with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Rakesh Garg.

Author(s): Vickers,M D(Michael Douglas); Wood-Smith,F G(Francis Geoffrey); Stewart,H C(Harold Charles) Title(s): Drugs in anaesthetic practice/ M. Vickers, F. Author(s): Wood-Smith,F G(Francis Geoffrey); Stewart,H C(Harold Charles); Vickers,M D(Michael Douglas) Title(s): Drugs in anaesthetic practice [by] F.

Wood. The reviewer has lived with 'Drugs in Anaesthetic Practice' forthepast6weeks,havingbeengiventhechanceto practise anaesthesia in unfamiliar surroundings. The book has virtues, butit also has significant deficiencies.

On the positive side, the general sections and the intro-ductory sections to groups of drugs are interesting and informative. BOOK REVIEW Drugs in Anaesthetic Practice (2nd edition). By F. G. Wood-Smith & H. C Stewart. Published by Butterworth and Co., London.

Pp. Price 75s. The issue of a second edition of this book within three years of the first edition emphasizes the need for such a publication, particularly by those preparing for a higher qualification in Cited by: 6.1. Author(s): Wood-Smith,F G(Francis Geoffrey); Vickers,M D(Michael Douglas); Schnieden,H(Harold); Vickers,M D(Michael Douglas).Drugs in anasthetic practice.Questions as to the use of pressurized aerosol inhalers were asked of persons presenting for routine pulmonary function studies who had used such a device in the previous year.