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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: Academic Press
by Unknown Author
'... an eminently readable source of information on the physics of anaesthesia and its associated measurements.' (From a review of the second edition in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care.) For almost fifteen years, successive editions of this book have provided a clear and comprehensive understanding of physics and its clinical application for safe and reliable anaesthetic practice and this new edition continues in that tradition. Emphasizing throughout the importance of mastering basic physics and measurement, this book aims to provide an understanding of physics and its clinical applications for safe and reliable anaesthetic practice.Microbial Imaging, Volume 34 (Methods in Microbiology), was published 2005 under ISBN 9780750617130 and ISBN 0750617136.
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