How to Write a Paper addresses the mechanics ofsubmission, including electronic submission, and how publishershandle papers, writing letters to journals abstracts for scientificmeetings, and assessing papers. This new edition also covers how towrite a book review and updated chapters on ethics, electronicpublication and submission, and the movement for open access.
How to Survive in Anaesthesia was written to answer thequestions that newly qualified anaesthetists need answers to butmay be too embarrassed to ask. Through three editions itspopularity has gathered momentum across the globe. Now the fourthedition has been revised and updated, responding to changes inpractice and new requirements. New features for this editioninclude:A new introduction on the theatre environmentA new chapter on local anaesthetic toxicityThe latest guidelines on intravenous fluidsUpdated information on airway procedures and equipment
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