Learn how to apply the core principles of pharmacology for safe, effective anesthesia practice Presented in full color, and enhanced by more than 100 tables and 175 full-color illustrations, Clinical Pharmacology for Anesthesiology incorporates the latest research to characterize drug behavior at the point of care and offers a concise summary of what anesthesia care providers must know about the drugs they use in everyday practice. Clinical Pharmacology for Anesthesiology utilizes a visual approach that translates complexmathematical expressions of drug performance into clear presentations designed to assist the practicing anesthesia care provider. Supported by published models, computersimulations are used throughout to illustrate drug concentrations, predictions of selected drug effects, and interactions between various classes of anesthetic drugs that result from various dosing regimens. Features Applies clinical pharmacology principles to patient care, focusing on how anesthetic drugs interact with one
McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
December 1, 2014
About the author
Ken B. Johnson, MD (Salt Lake City, UT) is Associate Professor,Learned Family Associate Professorship; Director, Center for Patient Simulation,Department of Anesthesiology, The University of Utah School of Medicine.