Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Pulse Oximetry



Pulse oximetry has so enhanced the delivery of safe medical care that to do without it now seems unthinkable.
This invaluable guide to one of the fundamental monitoring techniques in anaesthesia has been updated throughout, and a new chapter has been added on high altitude and flying. Written by a leading recognised expert in the field, this is an authoritative yet clear and practical guide for all on the surgical ward and critical care unit.
Table of Contents:
history
optical principles
how pulse oximetry works
calibration
photoplethysmography
physiology of oxgen transport
general clinical applications
pulse oximetry in high altitude flying
limitations
dyshaemoglobins
fetal pulse oximetry

Book details:
Author:John Moyle
Pubisher:Blackwell BMJ Books
Pages:182
Size:667 KB
Format:pdf

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1 comment:

Adrian said...

Hi Wael. Thanks for all your service uploading this books.

I'm writing you because I'm unable to download the file. Can you upload it again somehow?

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