The same format continues for the chapters on analgesics, local anaesthetics, muscle relaxants and anticholinesterases. Physiology, preparations, mechanism of action, kinetics and other important facts are each dealt with in turn for the group, before it gives succinct information on every individual drug including presentation, indication and metabolism. The new reversal agent Cyclodextrin is incorporated, as well as the physics behind testing and monitoring for motor block, relevant genetics and management of malignant hyperthermia and suxamethonium apnoea.
This illustrates the strength of the book in relating relevant clinical references in a pharmacological context. The chapter on intravenous fluids is comprehensive and easy to understand for anaesthetists, foundation doctors and allied healthcare professionals alike.
All sections follow the same uniform structure and incorporate tables, graphs and illustrations, which make acquisition of the knowledge stimulating and easy to read. Despite the expanded scope and context of the book the authors were able to only increase the book from to pages. This has however come at a price. The font size is distinctly smaller and in general it is much more compact than the previous edition.
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In summary, there is no doubt this new edition will continue to be a favourite amongst the target audience readership. This should not only include those trainees studying for their primary FRCA but also the candidates preparing for the final FRCA who wish to refresh their knowledge of pharmacology. The foundation programme doctors and allied healthcare professionals would be hard pushed to find a more comprehensive reference guide in a format that fits into most bags. We would recommend this excellent third edition to all concerned.
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