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AnesthesiaDrugs is the handheld version of Sota Omoiguis Anesthesia
Drugs Handbook, the best selling clinical guide to essential anesthesia
and critical care drug information. This reference is packed with information
covering a broad range of drugs and the various routes of administration
commonly used in anesthetic pharmacology. From the beginning trainee to
the advanced practitioner, AnesthesiaDrugs will save any doctor
from headaches, as Skyscape software provides all the information indexed
on the handheld device at the tap of the stylus! Take this best selling
drug reference guide with you in the operating room, the intensive care
unit, and in the emergency room and be confident with the drugs you administer
to your patients!
Rheumatology & Pain-PC by C Weber MD
Two books for the price of one! A Rheumatology text on how to diagnose
and treat osteoarthritis, rheumatoid, connective tissue disorders including,
fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, lupus, gout and many others. Need a refresher
on how to workup acute arthritis? Edited by a board certified Rheumatologist.
The other text is a complete pain manual. It covers detailed diagnosis
and treatment of pain. It has extensive pearls on the use of opioids and
many adjunctive treatments. It also covers basic anesthesiology techniques.
It is a must for anyone dealing with chronic or acute pain. It
has been reviewed by a Neurologist. These texts are combined in a one
72K demo. They have the table of contents and a few links to various topics.
1999-2000 Edition from Current
This handbook is a current manual of Anesthesiology practice. It includes
many useful reference tables and charts, and it is very popular with medical
students, residents, and anesthesiologists. New information on pain management
makes this book essential reading for primary care physicians and anesthesiologists.
160 pages. Mark Ezekiel MD
calculator for the Pocket PC calculates drug dosages for Rapid Sequence
Induction. Simply enter the patient's weight in pounds or kilograms and
tap calculate. You will get the dose in milligrams and the amount to draw
up in milliliters. RSI protocols vary by agency. We can customize the
calculator to meet your agencies specific protocol.