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Paediatric anaesthesia 

Paediatric anaesthesia
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Paediatric anaesthesia
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P-A Lönnqvist

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199583386.003.0018
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date: 27 November 2020

Chapter 18 cover paediatric anaesthesia, and how caring appropriately for our smallest patients is one of the most demanding tasks bestowed upon anaesthetists. Fortunately the body of scientific evidence and data regarding the safest and best care in paediatric anaesthesia has increased immensely during the last couple of decades and the foundation on which to base our practice is now on much more solid ground. The current text has targeted ten key publications that the author feels has had, or will have, considerable impact on how paediatric anaesthesia is best practised, both by the occasional and the more seasoned paediatric anaesthetist.

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