Monday, August 11, 2014

Clinical Anesthesia 7th

Clinical Anesthesia, Seventh Edition, covers the full spectrum of clinical options, providing insightful coverage of pharmacology, physiology, co-existing diseases, and surgical procedures. This classic book is unmatched for its clarity and depth of coverage. Traditionally available as a printed textbook, now it comes with a completely revamped digital experience, powered by Inkling. Viewable through a browser or as a download to your tablet or smartphone, the digital version includes:

The complete text with optimized navigation
A powerful, index-based search
Hundreds of videos demonstrating teaching points for procedures and concepts. The videos teach airway anatomy via bronchoscope, demonstrate decision-making via animated algorithms, and simplify physiologic concepts via simple visual demonstrations
All referenced cases, studies and pages are linked throughout for instant access
Regular updates integrated into the text of the electronic version
Ongoing postings of new videos
The ability to share notes with friends and colleagues

Whether you’re brushing up on the basics, or preparing for a complicated case, the digital version will let you take the content wherever you go and offer you the most interactive experience yet.


Anonymous said...

Password Please..

Anonymous said...

it needs a password

Anonymous said...

New link is a dead end

Anonymous said...


vera M said...

No password. Useless link

Anonymous said...

You can download the file, drag the PDF to open in google chrome, then print/save as PDF.

This will remove the password on any of the protected PDF

Anonymous said...

unable to dl....when i click that link its going nowhere

vera M said...

Impossible to open with google chrome. The rar need the password not the pdf file.

shailesh lohani said...

link not working

Anonymous said...

Password please :(

Anonymous said...

whats the password dr amr?

Anonymous said...

You don't need a password if you do the following:

1. Download the file

2. Extract the file with .rar converter (I used 'RAR extractor free' for MAC found in the app store). The program asked for the password and when I entered an invalid password, the program still extracted the file, but it was still locked.

Next, do one of the following (3a or 3b):
3a. Open with adobe reader and you can read it without a password.


3b. Drag the file into either a google chrome or safari browser. It will open the file for viewing.

4. Save as pdf. Then you will have a non-password-protected file!

mahmoud yamany said...


Anonymous said...

No, this is incorrect.

Anonymous said...

download 2nd link
change name of file using windows CMD as follows:
ren Clinical_Anesthesia_2C_7th_Ed.pdf Clinical_Anesthesia_2C_7th_Ed.rar

then extract the file

then again:
ren Clinical_Anesthesia_2C_7th_Ed Clinical_Anesthesia_2C_7th_Ed.pdf