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Survey of Anesthesiology


ISSN
0039-6206
Electronic ISSN
1536-7185
Readership
Anesthesiologists, Pharmacologists
Scope
Survey of Anesthesiology is an authoritative source of information on advances in the science and practice of anesthesiology as reported throughout the world literature. Every bimonthly issue contains 50 or more condensed articles selected by the journal’s distinguished Editorial Board from more than 100 international periodicals. Each condensed article carries a critique by a reviewing editor to provide an expert perspective on the material presented. Articles are organized by topic for easy reference: Ambulatory Anesthesia • Cardiovascular Anesthesia • Critical Care • Economic Issues • Educational Issues • General Anesthesia • Geriatric Anesthesia • Neurosurgical Anesthesia • Obstetric Anesthesia • Outcomes Studies • Pediatric Anesthesia • Perioperative Complications • Pharmacology • Preoperative and Postoperative Care • Regional Anesthesia and Pain Control • Techniques and Monitoring. The comprehensive coverage spans a broad range of topics including pharmacology, techniques, and pre- and post-anesthetic care, providing a fast and convenient way for anesthesiologists to stay up-to-date with the world literature in their field.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - MD
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