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The provision of anaesthesia in challenging environments is the subject of a new handbook edited by Hilary Edgcombe, a Consultant Anaesthetist from the Oxford University Global Surgery Group (OUGSG), Rachael Craven and Ben Gupta.

Edited by Hilary Edgcombe from the Oxford University Global Surgery Group (OUGSG), Rachael Craven and Ben Gupta, this handbook provides practical, concise advice on providing consistently safe anaesthesia with minimal resources.

Published this month by Oxford University Press (OUP), 'Global Anaesthesia' provides practical, concise advice on providing consistently safe anaesthesia with minimal resources.

It has been written by international experts with a wealth of experience administering anaesthesia in elective and emergency settings across the globe.  

Intuitively laid out with comprehensive preoperative and peri operative instructions across a swathe of specialties, this first handbook covers obstetrics, paediatrics, burns, pain, trauma, and critical care.

'Global Anaesthesia' is a paperback and costs £29.99. Order your copy online from OUP Medicine.

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