Atlas of Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia, by Andrew T. Gray, MD, PhD, shows you how to get the maximum benefit from this technique, while at the same time increasing your efficiency and ensuring patient safety. Dr. Gray, a pioneer of ultrasound guidance in regional anesthesia, demonstrates step-by-step a full range of nerve block techniques designed to help you improve the quality and success rate of regional blocks.* Presents coverage of each block through a consistent organization that makes it easy to locate the information you need and allows for better learning.* Offers review-style questions that test your knowledge and competence and offer an excellent tool for ABA board exam preparation.* Includes more than 400 figures for visualization of the nerves and surrounding structures.* Helpful hints, including information on pronunciationAs the title states, this is an atlas of ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia with abundant, well-annotated images.*This is a fully functional trial*Purpose: It is intended to serve as a reference and teaching resource. This is a desperate need for many practitioners, and this book is likely to become the gold standard, bedside reference.Audience: The audience is anyone who might perform the blocks it so beautifully illustrates, including anesthesia residents, pain fellows, and attending-level practitioners in both private practice and academia. While it might be useful for teaching students rotating through anesthesia, the book is clearly targeted at those who perform these blocks.Features: It includes a brief review of the physics of capturing ultrasound images, as well as some very practical and useful chapters about the application of ultrasound in the performance of regional anesthesia (e.g. chapters on approach techniques and sonographic signs of successful injections). The images are vastly better than most practitioners can obtain, and are richly and effectively annotated. It reads easily, as any useful bedside/clinical atlas should. Wisely, the author has avoided talking about drugs, volumes, and dosages, information which is reasonable to expect practitioners to know or obtain from other resources.Assessment: If you practice ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia, you are likely to find this an invaluable bedside resource. If you teach ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia, you will find this an indispensable reference. It is large enough to be really useful, yet light/small enough to be very portable. I anticipate that it will become a must-have addition to most anesthesia libraries, and that copies will find their way to most places where regional anesthesia is performed.The MSDict Dictionary FormatThe Atlas of Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia is here presented in MSDict electronic format. MSDict offers best experience in mobile reference and is available for any handheld platform.* Quick dynamic search of words while you type* Ability to add bookmarks to favorite words* Hyperlinks between different related words* History to see the last 50 words you have looked up* Filters to help you locate the word you are searching for:* Fuzzy filter- used when you are not sure of the correct spelling of a word* Keyword-used to locate the instances of a key word within other compound words* Wild card - "?" and "*" replace a letter and group of letters in words* Convenient two pane design for tablets* Fast article scrolling* Online and offline modes supported; the offline mode allows you to download the whole dictionary and work independently from data connections* Ability to have dictionary Word of the day as a widget on the phone home screen* Ability to search words in the installed dictionaries through the standard phone search feature* Support for memory cardsNew Features in version 4.1* New stylish design* Ability to bookmark words and create favorites lists* Two pane design for tablets* Optimization for tablets with hardware keyboardContent rating: Everyone
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