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March 2023

Current Topics in Critical Care for the Anesthesiologist
Edited by Athanasios Chalkias, Mary L. Jarzebowski, Kathryn Rosenblatt

Anesthesiologists are leaders in perioperative medicine who are responsible for overseeing the care of patients undergoing surgical procedures. With a deep understanding of physiology and pharmacology, coupled with expert resuscitation and procedural skills, anesthesiologists are also particularly well-suited to practicing critical care medicine in medical, surgical, transplant, cardiothoracic, and neurological intensive care units (ICUs). Critical care anesthesiologists continue to expand in number and breadth of practice internationally.

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Anesthesiology Clinics presents procedurally focused articles that update you on the latest trends in patient management, keep you abreast of the newest advances, and provide a sound basis for choosing treatment options. Published quarterly—in March, June, September, and December—each issue offers state-of-the-art reviews on all types of anesthesia, including orthopedic, neuroanesthesia, vascular, thoracic, geriatric, pediatric, and obstetric, as well as practice management, pain management, monitoring, ambulatory care, palliative care, postoperative care, and critical care.

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