Busy nurse anesthetists need quick access to essential information. That's what makes our just published Nurse Anesthesia Pocket Guide: A Resource for Students and Clinicians, Third Edition by Lynn Fitzgerald Macksey so indispensable.
The Third Edition provides easy-to-use and concise information that nurse anesthetists working in the operating room need to know. It includes general anesthesia principles, obstetrics, pediatrics, regional anesthesia, and medication charts.
Lynn Fitzgerald Macksey,
Pharmacology for Nurse Anesthesiology
Richard G. Ouellette, CRNA, MEd, Moses Cone Health Care Systems, Wesley Long Community Hospital, Greensboro, North Carolina
Joseph A. Joyce, CRNA, BS, Moses Cone Health System, Wesley Long Community Hospital, Greensboro, North Carolina
Print ISBN-13: 9780763786076 | Ebook ISBN 9781449651312 | © 2011
Nurse Anesthesia Pocket Guide: PDA, Powered by Skyscape, Inc
Lynn Fitzgerald Macksey, RN, MSN, CRNA
ISBN-13: 9780763752910 | © 2007
All of the vital information in the Nurse Anesthesia Pocket Guide is now available in PDA format!
Keep up to date with information on:
- The anesthesia machine, CO2 absorption, capnography, BIS and TOF monitoring and positioning/nerve damage information
- Jet ventilation, double-lumen endobronchial tubes, difficult airway algorhythm, blood and IVF; formulas and conversion charts (temperature, kg, BMI) with IV and drug calculations (easy conversions of ratio to mg/ml, % to mg/ml, % solution in dilution)
- All anesthesia agents: MAC chart with volatile agents and physiologic response listed per system; induction, sedation, narcotic, muscle relaxants and all reversal information (with analgesia/amnesia/histamine response); antiemetics, alpha-beta agonists and antagonists, common adrenergic, antihypertensive and antiarrhythmic agents, including common antibiotic regiments and herbals
- Pediatric inhalation, anesthetic, IVF/Blood charts along with general and code guidelines; obstetrical L&D drugs and OB disease states; Ester and Amide local anesthetic charts; Spinal, Epidural and Caudal procedures and drugs; common Peripheral Nerve Block procedures and drugs; 2005 AHA code guidelines, heart valve disorders with volume and BP treatments; arterial, PA, CVP insertion and waveform; heart chamber info; subclavian/external jugular insertion info; and Pulmonary topics such as Gas embolism diagnosis and treatment, V-Q ratios, PFT’s, respiratory formulas.