Important Principles of Anesthesia attempts to highlight and convey the key ideas that affect day-to-day anesthetic practice, with some useful and practical hints along the way. In this textbook, which feels more like a selection of notes when reading, Dr. Corbett has selected the topics he feels have the most practical application, and he explains the theory behind these topics with helpful diagrams and analogies. The 13 chapters cover a wide range of topics, from intubation all the way to chloride shift. In each chapter, Dr. Corbett starts with some simple background, often with a real-world example. He then delves deeper into the minutiae of the topics before offering up some pragmatic advice on how to apply this theory in day-to-day practice. Where possible, real examples are used to illustrate the theory, linking theory and practice together.

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