The Textbook of Regional Anesthesia certainly has a modern design where pain and regional anesthesia are integrated. Many topics concern new trends in regional anesthesia and the textbook deserves to be consulted particularly for that reason.
This authoritative and comprehensive reference by an international team of distinguished experts, explores all aspects of the field—from the basic science of regional anesthesia to its implementation in clinical practice. Up-to-date information is organized into a consistent, quick-access format that is highlighted by over 300 outstanding illustrations. No other book has as much information on setting up an Acute Pain Service, outcomes and evidence based medicine, as well as coverage on advanced interventional techniques.
History of Regional Anesthesia
General Considerations for Regional Anesthesia
Basic and Clinical Researches in Regional Anaesthesia
Clinical Practice of Regional Anesthesia
Drugs Used in Regional Anesthesia
Common Techniques for Regional Anesthesia
Advanced Interventional Techniques In Regional Anesthesia
Complications in Regional Anesthesia
Outcome Studies in Regional Anesthesia Evidenced Based Practices
Future Trends in Regional Anesthesia
Author:P. Prithvi Raj, MD
Publisher:Churchill Livingstone; 1st edition (May 2002)