Médicaments en anesthésie - 3e édition

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Collection: Collection Verte
Publisher: ARNETTE
Pages: 856
Format: 12 x 21 cm
ISBN : 978-2-7184-1335-8
Printed in: French
Publication date: 26/09/2013

Book written in French
Over 200 of the most widely used anaesthesiology drugs studied using the same presentation model allowing the reader to retrieve information on any molecule with ease : name ; INN ; French brand names ; class ; presentations ; storage conditions ; clinical uses ; dosage and administration route ; physicochemical properties ; metabolism ; mode of action ; clinical pharmacology; side effects and overdose; interactions ; changes in additional examinations ; precautions for outpatient anaesthesia ; monitoring methods and impact on nursing care ; other brand names.
The book also contains a number of summary tables with additional information that is immediately accessible and clear.
Containing many detailed and useful treatment protocols, precise information on the indications and uses of the molecules described, clear lists of potential interactions and an excellent index making information retrieval as simple as child's play, Medicines used in anaesthesia is the anaesthetist's companion and pocket guide for use in routine practice.
Part I: French and international legislation on medicinal products
- Legal definition of a medicinal product
- Drug dispensation legislation
– European drug labelling legislation
– Risks during pregnancy
Part II: Pharmacology basics
- Pharmacokinetics
– Basic pharmacodynamics
– Dose calculation in a paediatric setting
Part III: Classification of the agents used in anaesthesiology by type
Intravenous hypnotic general anaesthetics
- Volatile anaesthetics
- Central analgesics
– Curares
- Local anaesthetics
– Anticholinergics
– Sedatives
- Non-opioid analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs
– Bronchodilators, respiratory analeptics and bronchial fluidifiers
– Sympathomimetics and vasoconstrictors
– Antihypertensive drugs
- Anti-arrhythmia drugs
- Positive inotropic drugs
– Anticoagulants
- Coagulation disorder correctors
– Medicines used to treat side effects and adverse events
- Antagonists and antidotes
– Infusion solutions and volume replacement solutions
– Antibiotics, antiseptics and decontaminants
Part IV: Classification of medicinal products in alphabetical order
Part V: Emergency treatment protocols
- Antivitamin K drugs
– Emergency correction of hypocoagulability in patients receiving anticoagulant or anti-platelet aggregation therapy
– Allergic reactions in the anaesthetised patient
– Treatment of arrhythmia
– Treatment of hypertensive episodes before, during and after surgery
– Peroperative myocardial ischaemia
– Treatment of cardiac arrest – Bronchospasm – Disseminated intravascular coagulation
– Obstetrical haemorrhage
– Preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome
– Treatment of accidental local anaesthetic poisoning
– Malignant hyperthermia
– Rhabdomyolysis
– Plasma pseudocholinesterase deficiency
- Drepanocytosis
– Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency
– Myasthenia
– Porphyrias
– Post-operative nausea and vomiting
Appendices - Index