Graphic AnaesthesiaEssential diagrams, equations and tables for anaesthesia
By Tim Hooper, James Nickells, Sonja Payne, Annabel Pearson and Ben Walton
Sep 2015 , 262 pp
Sep 2015 , 262 pp
"Graphic Anaesthesia is a well-written, easy-to-read book, ideal for trainees studying for primary FRCA examinations... It will be an ideal companion for preparing for exams." Ulster Medical Journal, May 2016
"Graphic Anaesthesia is an excellent revision tool that allows trainees approaching exams to prepare in an efficient and simple format. It is a refreshing and unique resource that should be included on any essential revision reading list". European Journal of Anaesthesiology 2016; 33:610.
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diagrams are very clear, the explanations accurate and concise and to pack 245
items into a small reference book is no mean feat
Each diagram is drawn in just four colours to enable them to be reproduced easily from memory. This intuitive approach was an eye-opener to me and a valuable lesson in simplicity without losing any essential detail. This is something from which many educators could learn and indeed transfer that skill This is a quality book that could be a useful investment across the spectrum of practitioners involved in anaesthesia and the teaching of anaesthesia. Journal of Perioperative Practice, March 2017, volume 27, issue 3
Graphic Anaesthesia is a compendium of the diagrams, graphs, equations and tables needed in anaesthetic practice.
Each page covers a separate topic to aid rapid review and assimilation. The relevant illustration, equation or table is presented alongside a short description of the fundamental principles of the topic and with clinical applications where appropriate. All illustrations have been drawn using a simple colour palette to allow them to be easily reproduced in an exam setting.
The book includes sections covering:
- pharmacodynamics and kinetics
- clinical measurement
By combining all the illustrations, equations and tables with concise, clinically relevant explanations, Graphic Anaesthesia is therefore:
- the ideal revision book for all anaesthetists in training
- a valuable aide-memoire for senior anaesthetists to use when teaching and examining trainees.
1 PHYSIOLOGY 1.1 Cardiac; 1.2 Circulation; 1.3 Respiratory; 1.4 Neurology; 1.5 Renal; 1.6 Gut; 1.7 Acidbase; 1.8 Metabolic; 1.9 Endocrine; 1.10 Body fluids; 1.11 Haematology; 1.12 Cellular; 1.13 Muscle
2 ANATOMY 2.1 Abdominal wall; 2.2 Antecubital fossa; 2.3 Autonomic nervous system; 2.4 Base of skull; 2.5 Brachial plexus; 2.6 Bronchial tree; 2.7 Cardiac vessels cardiac veins; 2.8 Cardiac vessels coronary arteries; 2.9 Circle of Willis; 2.10 Cranial nerves; 2.11 Cross-section of neck at C6; 2.12 Cross-section of spinal cord; 2.13 Dermatomes; 2.14 Diaphragm; 2.15 Epidural space; 2.16 Femoral triangle; 2.17 Fetal circulation; 2.18 Intercostal space; 2.19 Internal jugular vein; 2.20 Laryngeal innervation; 2.21 Larynx; 2.22 Limb muscle innervation (myotomes); 2.23 Lumbar plexus; 2.24 Nose; 2.25 Orbit; 2.26 Rib; 2.27 Sacral plexus; 2.28 Sacrum; 2.29 Spinal nerve; 2.30 Thoracic inlet and first rib; 2.31Vertebra
3 PHARMACODYNAMICS AND KINETICS 3.1 Clearance; 3.2 Compartment model one and two compartments; 3.3 Compartment model three compartments; 3.4 Doseresponse curves; 3.5 Elimination; 3.6 Elimination kinetics; 3.7 Half-lives and time constants; 3.8 MeyerOverton hypothesis; 3.9 Volume of distribution; 3.10 Wash-in curves for volatile agents
4 DRUGS 4.1 Anaesthetic agents etomidate; 4.2 Anaesthetic agents ketamine; 4.3 Anaesthetic agents propofol; 4.4 Anaesthetic agents thiopentone; 4.5 Local anaesthetics mode of action; 4.6 Local anaesthetics properties; 4.7 Neuromuscular blockers mode of action; 4.8 Neuromuscular blocking agents depolarizing; 4.9 Neuromuscular blocking agents non-depolarizing; 4.10 Opioids mode of action; 4.11 Opioids properties; 4.12 Volatile anaesthetic agents mode of action; 4.13 Volatile anaesthetic agents physiological effects; 4.14 Volatile anaesthetic agents properties
5 PHYSICS 5.1 Avogadros hypothesis; 5.2 BeerLambert law; 5.3 Critical temperatures and pressure; 5.4 Diathermy; 5.5 Doppler effect; 5.6 Electrical safety; 5.7 Electricity; 5.8 Exponential function; 5.9 Ficks law of diffusion; 5.10 Gas laws Boyle's law; 5.11 Gas laws Charles' law; 5.12 Gas laws Gay-Lussac's (Third Perfect) law; 5.13 Gas laws ideal gas law and Daltons law; 5.14 Graham's law; 5.15 Heat; 5.16 Henry's law; 5.17 Humidity; 5.18 Laser; 5.19 Metric prefixes; 5.20 Power; 5.21 Pressure; 5.22 Raman effect; 5.23 Reflection and refraction; 5.24 SI units; 5.25 Triple point of water and phase diagram; 5.26 Types of flow; 5.27 Wave characteristics; 5.28 Wheatstone bridge; 5.29 Work
6 CLINICAL MEASUREMENT 6.1 Bourdon gauge; 6.2 Clark electrode; 6.3 Damping; 6.4 Fuel cell; 6.5 Monitoring of neuromuscular blockade; 6.6 Oximetry paramagnetic analyser; 6.7 pH measuring system; 6.8 Pulse oximeter; 6.9 Severinghaus carbon dioxide electrode; 6.10 Temperature measurement; 6.11 Thermocouple and Seebeck effect
7 EQUIPMENT 7.1 Bag valve mask resuscitator; 7.2 Breathing circuits circle system; 7.3 Breathing circuits Mapleson's classification; 7.4 Cleaning and contamination; 7.5 Continuous renal replacement therapy extracorporeal circuit; 7.6 Continuous renal replacement therapy modes; 7.7 Gas cylinders; 7.8 Humidifier; 7.9 Oxygen delivery systems Bernoulli principle and Venturi effect; 7.10 Piped gases; 7.11 Scavenging; 7.12 Vacuum-insulated evaporator; 7.13 Vaporizer; 7.14 Ventilation pressure-controlled; 7.15 Ventilation volume-controlled
8 STATISTICS 8.1 Mean, median and mode; 8.2 Normal distribution; 8.3 Number needed to treat; 8.4 Odds ratio; 8.5 Predictive values; 8.6 Sensitivity and specificity; 8.7 Significance tests; 8.8 Statistical variability; 8.9 Type I and type II errors