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Miller's Anesthesia Review plus Online Expert Consult
By Lorraine M. Sdrales MD and Ronald D. Miller MD MS
4.5 out of 5 stars (10 Reviews)
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Publisher:  Saunders
Edition:  2nd
Published:  June 4, 2012
Binding:  Paperback
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Prepare yourself for your exams with Miller's Anesthesia Review, 2nd Edition. Packed with hundreds of challenging review questions and answers, this essential study guide is an ideal way to assess and enhance your mastery of the information you need to know, and familiarize yourself with the complete range of essential topics in anesthesia.
  • Easily assess your understanding at any level with chapters that progress from basic to advanced topics.
  • Review the complete range of essential topics in anesthesia, from physiological and pharmacologic principles through anesthetic machine systems, anesthetic delivery in a variety of settings, and anesthesia administration for a full range of disease states.
  • Get immediate feedback with detailed answers to each question at the end of every chapter.
  • Prepare with confidence using the only review source based on the two globally respected anesthesiology references by Dr. Ronald D. Miller.
  • Make the most of your study time and easily supplement any gaps in your knowledge with convenient page references to Miller & Pardo: Basics of Anesthesia, 6th Edition.
  • Get up-to-date information on today’s hot topics, including Implantable Cardiac Pulse Generators; Civil, Chemical, and Biological Warfare; Anesthesia for Robotic Surgery; Perioperative Blindness; and Human Performance and Patient Safety.
  • Expand your knowledge with new coverage of TEE and acute and chronic pain.

The perfect study guide that covers a complete range of essential topics in anesthesia

 
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4.0 out of 5 stars.  Four Stars, November 03, 2015
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5.0 out of 5 stars.  great addition to Basics of anesthesia, October 02, 2015
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Question and answer, great addition to Basics of anesthesia, good review book

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Unbelievable book, August 17, 2013
By sheiha43
no duspute that this is the top of the cake book. simply every anesthesiologist should have it at the work

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4.0 out of 5 stars.  correct this mistake in Miller's Anesthesia Review, 2nd Edition, August 11, 2013
By Carlos Gmez


carlos gomez 04:11 p.m.
Para: online.help@elsevier.com

. Adverse effects
Chapter 7 - Opioids

Siamak Rahman

14 What are the effects of opioids on the central nervous system?

14The administration of opioids results in several central nervous system effects. Opioids are unable to produce a dose-related general depression of the central nervous system typical of other general anesthetics. Instead, opioids have a ceiling effect that is not overcome by increasing the administered dose of opioids. Opioids do contribute to the MAC of anesthesia delivered and decrease the amount of volatile agent required to achieve a given anesthetic depth. Opioids are not considered to be true anesthetics, however, because of their inability to reliably produce unconsciousness even in high doses. Finally, the administration of opioids causes miosis through its cortical inhibition of the Edinger-Westphal nucleus. (122)

opioids cause stimulation not inhibition

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4.0 out of 5 stars.  correct this mistake in Miller's Anesthesia Review, 2nd Edition, August 11, 2013
By Carlos Gómez


carlos gomez 04:11 p.m.
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. Adverse effects
Chapter 7 - Opioids

Siamak Rahman

14 What are the effects of opioids on the central nervous system?

14The administration of opioids results in several central nervous system effects. Opioids are unable to produce a dose-related general depression of the central nervous system typical of other general anesthetics. Instead, opioids have a ceiling effect that is not overcome by increasing the administered dose of opioids. Opioids do contribute to the MAC of anesthesia delivered and decrease the amount of volatile agent required to achieve a given anesthetic depth. Opioids are not considered to be true anesthetics, however, because of their inability to reliably produce unconsciousness even in high doses. Finally, the administration of opioids causes miosis through its cortical inhibition of the Edinger-Westphal nucleus. (122)

opioids cause stimulation not inhibition

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