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Covering a key area for anaesthetists, Anaesthesia for Emergencies gives essential support for anaesthetic trainees. All anaesthetists cover emergencies in their on-call work, and emergency surgery coming in through the emergency department. This book covers all cases that trainees would expect to anaesthetize while being on call, both during the day and out of hours. It uniquely deals with the provision of anaesthesia in emergencies (on-call anaesthesia, trauma etc) rather than covering emergencies that occur during anaesthesia. The book also ties into the curriculum for the CCT in Anaesthetics and it is covered in all three parts of the college's CPD matrix, which in turn is linked to the revalidation curriculum. * Covers all aspects of anaesthesia in an emergency setting * Based on the core curriculum guidelines for the CCT in Anaesthetics * Includes clear concise information in an accessible format * Linked to the RCA's CPD matrix Jerry Nolan is a consultant anaesthetist and chairman of the Resuscitation Council. Jasmeet Soar is also a consultant anaesthetist and editor for the journal 'Resuscitation'. CONTENTS 1: General principles 2: Prehospital 3: The injured patient 4: Anaesthesia for the critically ill patient 5: General surgical emergencies 6: ENT emergencies 7: Maxillofacial surgery 8: Cardiovascular emergencies 9: Neurological emergencies 10: Plastic surgery 11: Obstetric emergencies 12: Urological emergencies 13: Paediatric emergencies 14: Ophthalmic anaesthesia 15: Anaesthesia for emergency radiological procedures 16: Anaesthetic emergencies