July 20, 2012
Newly published by Elsevier Australia, the 'Critical Care Ultrasound Manual' is an indispensible medical textbook for critical care physicians at every level.
As the need for emergency ultrasounds become ever more essential, so too does the need for critical care staff to assess these ultrasounds and make vital management decisions with confidence and speed, as the situation dictates. This is where the 'Critical Care Ultrasound Manual' shines.
Authored by critical care experts from the University of Sydney and Nepean Hospital, the 'Critical Care Ultrasound Manual' boasts a user-friendly layout and offers readers step-by-step advice, complemented by explanatory diagrams and ultrasound images.
A DVD featuring animated video clips of cross-referenced procedures accompanies the 200-page textbook. Critical Care Echo), Australasian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine
Anthony S McLean is both a professor and head of the intensive care medicine discipline at the University of Sydney’s Sydney Medical School. Critical Care Echo), Australasian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine
Stephen J Huang is an associate professor of intensive care medicine at the University of Sydney’s Sydney Medical School. He is the principal research scientist within Nepean Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit in Sydney, and a director of the Nepean Institute Critical Care Education and Research.
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