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1.     Longnecker, Tinker : Principles and
     practice of Anesthesiology 2nd Edition.
      - Principles and Practices of Anesthesiology
         - 1999 Mosby's GenRx
         - Drug Master Plus
         - Patient GenRx
         + mosby CD/online




2.        Miller: Anesthesia – 2000.
-          Pulmonary Catheter&TEE
-          Double-Lumen Endobronchial intubation & Fiberoptic
     technology for separation of the lung
-          Demonstration of the anesthetic Machine
-          Caudal block in Pediatrics
-          Brachial Plexus block by Two Approaches
-          Interoperative Autotransfusion
-          Infusion pumps




     1
3.     Mendelson, Braun: A Textbook of
     Cardiovascular Medicine 5th edition (heart
     disease review and assessment).
     PART I - EXAMINATION OF THE PATIENT
            CHAPTER 1     THE HISTORY
            CHAPTER 2     PHYSICAL EXAMINATION OF THE HEART AND CIRCULATION
            CHAPTER 3     ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY
            CHAPTER 4     ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY
            CHAPTER 5     EXERCISE STRESS TESTING
            CHAPTER 6     CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
            CHAPTER 7     RADIOLOGY OF THE HEART
            CHAPTER 8     CORONARY ARTEROGRAPHY
            CHAPTER 9     NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY
            CHAPTER 10 NEWER CARDIAC IMAGING TECHNIQUES: MAGNETIC
     RESONANCE IMAGING AND COMPUTER TOMOGRAPHY
            CHAPTER 11 RELATIVE MERITS OF IMAGING TECHNIQUES
            Mendelsohn REVIEW: PART I - EXAMINATION OF THE PATIENT
                    QUESTIONS: 1 - 129
                    ANSWERS
     PART II - NORMAL AND ABNORMAL CIRCULATORY FUNCTION
            CHAPTER 12 MECHANISMS OF CARDIAC CONTRACTION AND
     RELAXATION
            CHAPTER 13 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF HEART FAILURE
            CHAPTER 14 ASSESSMENT OF CARDIAC FUNCTION
            CHAPTER 15 CLINICAL ASPECTS OF HEART FAILURE: HIGH-OUTPUT
     HEART FAILURE: PULMONARY EDEMA
            CHAPTER 16 DRUGS USED IN THE TREATEMENT OF HEART FAILURE
            CHAPTER 17 MANAGEMENT OF HEART FAILURE
            CHAPTER 18 HEART AN HEART-LUNG TRANSPLANTATION
            CHAPTER 19 ASSISTED CIRCULATION AND THE MECHANICAL HEART
            CHAPTER 20 GENESIS OF CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS:
     ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
            CHAPTER 21 MANAGEMENT OF CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS:
     PHARMACOLOGICAL, ELECTRICAL, AND SURGICAL TECHNIQUES
            CHAPTER 22 SPECIFIC ARRHYTHMIAS: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT
            CHAPTER 23 CARDIAC PACEMAKERS AND ANTIARRHYTHMIC DEVICES
            CHAPTER 24 CARDIAC ARREST AND SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH
            CHAPTER 25 PULMONARY HYPERTENSION
            CHAPTER 26 SYSTEMIC HYPERTENSION: MECHANISMS AND DIAGNOSIS
            CHAPTER 27 SYSTEMIC HYPERTENSION: THERAPY
            CHAPTER 28 SYNCOPE AND HYPOTENSION
            Mendelsohn REVIEW: PART II - NORMAL AND ABNORMAL CIRCULATORY
     FUNCTION
                    QUESTIONS: 130 - 285
                    ANSWERS
     PART III - DISEASES OF THE HEART, PERICARDIUM, AORTA, AND PULMONARY
     VASCULAR BED
            CHAPTER 29 CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE IN INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD
            CHAPTER 30 CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE IN ADULTS
            CHAPTER 31 ACQUIRED HEART DISEASE IN INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD
            CHAPTER 32 VALVULAR HEART DISEASE
            CHAPTER 33 INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS
            CHAPTER 34 THE PATHOGENESIS OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS
            CHAPTER 35 SYSLIPIDEMIA AND OTHER RISK FACTORS FOR CORONARY
     ARTERY DISEASE
            CHAPTER 36 CORONARY BLOOD FLOW AND MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA



     2
      CHAPTER 37 ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
      CHAPTER 38 CHRONIC CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
      CHAPTER 39 INTERVENTIONAL CATHERIZATION TECHNIQUES
      CHAPTER 40 REHABILITATION OF PATIENTS WITH CORONARY ARTERY
DISEASE
      CHAPTER 41 THE CARDIOMYOPATHIES AND MYOCARDITIDES
      CHAPTER 42 PRIMARY TUMORS OF THE HEART
      CHAPTER 43 PERICARDIAL DISEASES
      CHAPTER 44 TRAUMATIC HEART DISEASE
      CHAPTER 45 DISEASES OF THE AORTA
      CHAPTER 46 PULMONARY EMBOLISM
      CHAPTER 47 COR PULMONALE
      Mendelsohn REVIEW: PART III - DISEASES OF THE HEART, PERICARDIUM,
AORTA, AND PULMONARY VASCULAR BED
             QUESTIONS: 286 - 618
             ANSWERS
PART IV - BROADER PERSPECTIVES ON HEART DISEASE AND CARDIOLOGIC
PRACTICE
      CHAPTER 48 PRINCIPLES OF CARDIOVASCULAR MOLECULAR AND
CELLULAR BIOLOGY
      CHAPTER 49 GENETICS AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
      CHAPTER 50 THE AGING HEART: STRUCTURE, FUNCTION, AND DISEASE
      CHAPTER 51 CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IN WOMEN
      CHAPTER 52 MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF THE PATIENT UNDERGOING
CARDIAC SURGERY
      CHAPTER 53 COST-EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES IN CARDIOLOGY
PART V - HEART DISEASE AND DISORDERS OF OTHER ORGAN SYSTEMS
      CHAPTER 54 GENERAL ANESTHESIA AND NONCARDIAC SURGERY IN
PATIENTS WITH HEART DISEASE
      CHAPTER 55 RHEUMATIC FEVER
      CHAPTER 56 RHEUMATIC DISEASES AND THE HEART
      CHAPTER 57 HEMATOLOGIC-ONCOLOGIC DISORDERS AND HEART
DISEASE
      CHAPTER 58 HEMOSTASIS, THROMBOSIS, FIBRINOLYSIS, AND
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
      CHAPTER 59 PREGNANCY AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
      CHAPTER 60 NEUROLOGIC DISORDERS AND HEART DISEASE
      CHAPTER 61 THE HEART IN ENDOCRINE AND NUTRITIONAL DISORDERS
      CHAPTER 62 RENAL DISORDERS AND HEART DISEASE
      CHAPTER 63 PRACTICE GUIDELINES IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE
      Mendelsohn REVIEW: PARTS IV & V - BROADER PERSPECTIVES ON HEART
DISEASE AND RELATION BETWEEN HEART DISEASE AND DISORDERS OF OTHER
ORGAN SYSTEMS
             QUESTIONS: 619 - 706
             ANSWERS




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4.     Resussism 98, Advanced Life Support PC
     Trainer.
            + Advanced Life Support (ALS) Algorithm
            + Chest Compression
            + Dosage of Adrenaline/Epinephrine
            + Intravenous Access




5.      Sepsis in review 1995/96, European society
     of intensive care medicine.
     Bibliographic information on some 6000 sepsis articles
that have been published since 1990.




6.        B. Braun: The Art of Anaesthesia
           Presentation of B.Braun products for the field of
         anaesthesia




     4
7.       Annual Meeting Refresh Course
          Lectures 1998.
     1998 Refresher Course Lecture and Clinical Update
     Index
     AIRWAY MANAGEMENT
     The ASA Difficult Airway Algorithm: New Thoughts/Considerations
     Jonathan L. Benumof, M.D. - 236
     Anesthesia for Pediatric ENT Surgery-Routine and Emergent
     Hernando DeSoto, M.D. - 521
     Management of the Traumatized Airway
     Alexander W. Gotta, M.D. - 132
     The Child With a Difficult Airway: Recognition and Management
     Steven C. Hall, M.D. - 163
     Fiberoptic Intubation and Alternative Techniques for Managing the Difficult Airway
     James T. Roberts, M.D. - 133
     ALLERGY AND INFECTION
     Drug Interactions for the Anesthesiologist
     Bruce F. Cullen, M.D. - 123
     HIV and Other Occupational Exposures: Risk Management
     Samuel C. Hughes, M.D. - 531
     Perioperative Management of the Patient with Natural Rubber/ Latex Allergy
     Phillip A. Rinaldi, M.D. - 532
     AMBULATORY ANESTHESIA
     Current Controversies in Adult Outpatient Anesthesia
     Jeffrey L. Apfelbaum, M.D. - 112
     Utilizing Information Systems to Facilitate Performance-Based Improvements in the
     Management of Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting in the Ambulatory Surgery
     Setting
     David W. Edsall, M.D. - 113
     Anesthesia for Pediatric Ambulatory Surgery
     Raafat S. Hannallah, M.D. - 161
     The Recent Evolution of the PACU
     Patricia A. Kapur, M.D. - 412
     Considerations in Office Based Anesthesia
     Marc E. Koch, M.D. - 233
     Recovery and Discharge of the Ambulatory Anesthesia Patient
     Rebecca S. Twersky, M.D. - 232
     What is New In Ambulatory Anesthesia Techniques
     Paul F. White, M.D., Ph.D. - 231
     ANESTHESIA TECHNIQUES
     Trauma: Anesthetic Issues
     Steven J. Barker, M.D., Ph.D. - 131
     Epidural and Intrathecal Opioids: Which Drugs Should We Choose and How Should
     They Be
     Used
     Christopher M. Bernards, M.D. - 115
     Combined Spinal Epidural (CSE) and Other New Techniques for Labor Analgesia


     5
David J. Birnbach, M.D. - 242
Labor Analgesia: Impact on Progress and Outcome of Labor
David H. Chestnut, M.D. - 243
Nitric Oxide, Thoracoscopy and Other New Trends in Thoracic Anesthesia
Edmond Cohen, M.D. - 175
Perioperative CNS Dysfunction-Diagnosis and Management
Gregory J. Crosby, M.D. - 244
Will Alpha-2 Adrenergic Agonists Have a Place in Anesthesa Practice?
James C. Eisenach, M.D. - 126
Obstetric Anesthesia-What Does the Obstetrician Need From Us?
Charles P. Gibbs, M.D. - 136
Anesthetic Management of Cardiopulmonary Bypass
Glenn P. Gravlee, M.D. - 142
Anesthesia for the Pregnant Patient Undergoing Nonobstetric Surgery
Joy L. Hawkins, M.D. - 311
New Opioids and Anesthetic Practice
Carl C. Hug, Jr., M.D. - 254
Sedation and Analgesia in Pediatric Patients for Procedures Outside the Operating
Room
Richard F. Kaplan, M.D. – 253
Considerations in Office Based Anesthesia
Marc E. Koch, M.D. - 233
Awareness During Anesthesia
Charles H. McLeskey, M.D. - 276
Anesthesia for Emergency Cesarean Delivery
Mark C. Norris, M.D. - 134
Anesthesia For Cardiac Surgery: State of the Art
David L. Reich, M.D. - 141
New Concepts in Delivering Intravenous Anesthetic Agents
Joseph G. Reves, M.D. - 173
Fiberoptic Intubation and Alternative Techniques for Managing the Difficult Airway
James T. Roberts, M.D. - 133
Can We Measure Depth of Anesthesia?
Carl E. Rosow, M.D. - 246
General Versus Regional Anesthesia for the Elderly Patient
Raymond C. Roy, M.D., Ph.D. - 154
New Concepts in Anesthesia Receptors and Neurotransmitters
Jeffrey H. Silverstein, M.D. - 125
Anesthesia Techniques - A Look Into the Future
Theodore H. Stanley, M.D. - 275
What is New In Ambulatory Anesthesia Techniques
Paul F. White, M.D., Ph.D. - 231
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
Management of the Hemodynamically Unstable Patient
James M. Bailey, M.D., Ph.D. - 145
Monitoring Myocardial Ischemia: A Sequential Clinical Approach
Paul G. Barash, M.D. - 146
Current Role of Transesophageal Echocardiography
Michael K. Cahalan, M.D. - 213
Pacemakers and Implantable Cardioverter-Defribillators


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Paul D. Eckenbrecht, M.D. - 235
Myocardial Ischemia and Postoperative Management
John E. Ellis, M.D. – 431
Preoperative Assessment of the Patient With Cardiovascular Disease
Lee A. Fleisher, M.D. - 144
Anesthetic Management of Cardiopulmonary Bypass
Glenn P. Gravlee, M.D. - 142
New Cardiotonic Drugs
Roberta L. Hines, M.D. - 321
Anesthetic Considerations for the Patient With Heart Disease Undergoing Noncardiac
Surgery
Steven N. Konstadt, M.D. - 432
Perioperative Hypertension Evaluation and Management
Michael J. Murray, M.D. - 511
Current Concepts in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Charles W. Otto, M.D. - 512
Anesthetic Implications of New Surgical Approaches to Myocardial
Revascularization
James G. Ramsay, M.D. - 143
Anesthesia For Cardiac Surgery: State of the Art
David L. Reich, M.D. - 141
Management of Cardiogenic, Hyperdynamic and Hypovolemic Shock
Myer H. Rosenthal, M.D. - 263
Anesthesia Management of Children With Congenital Heart Disease Undergoing
Non-Cardiac
Surgery
Alan Jay Schwartz, M.D. - 522
Intraoperative Cardiac Arrhythmias: Cause, Recognition and Treatment
Stephen Slogoff, M.D. - 234
Anesthesia for Surgery of the Carotid Artery
Kenneth J. Tuman, M.D. - 261
Anesthetic Considerations for Major Vascular Surgery
John A. Youngberg, M.D. - 262
CRITICAL CARE
Ethics in Anesthesia Practice
Arthur M. Boudreaux, M.D. - 164
Myocardial Ischemia and Postoperative Management
John E. Ellis, M.D. – 431
Management of Cardiogenic, Hyperdynamic and Hypovolemic Shock
Myer H. Rosenthal, M.D. - 263
Evaluation and Management of Postoperative-Respiratory Insufficiency and Hypoxia
Barry A. Shapiro, M.D. - 172
Pulmonary Artery and Mixed Venous Monitoring: Appropriate Utilization
Jeffrey S. Vender, M.D. - 211
ENDOCRINE/METABOLIC/FLUID
MANAGEMENT/COAGULATION
Inhalation Anesthetic Toxicity: Current Controversies
Evan D. Kharasch, M.D. - 331
Understanding and Evaluating Coagulation Abnormalities
Charise T. Petrovitch, M.D. - 264


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Malignant Hyperthermia
Henry Rosenberg, M.D. - 166
Anesthetic Concerns for the Patient With Renal and Hepatic Disease
Robert N. Sladen, M.B. - 155
Perioperative Management of Diabetes and Endocrine Abnormalities
Russell T. Wall, M.D. - 156
EQUIPMENT/MONITORING/TECHNOLOGY
Understanding Your Anesthesia Machine
J. Jeffrey Andrews, M.D. - 271
Muscle Relaxants: What Should I Monitor and What Does It Tell Me?
Sorin J. Brull, M.D. - 422
Current Role of Transesophageal Echocardiography
Michael K. Cahalan, M.D. - 213
Interventional Pain Management
Timothy R. Deer, M.D. - 214
Pacemakers and Implantable Cardioverter-Defribillators
Paul D. Eckenbrecht, M.D. - 235
Utilizing Information Systems to Facilitate Performance-Based Improvements in the
Management of Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting in the Ambulatory Surgery
Setting
David W. Edsall, M.D. – 113
Complications of Anesthesia Delivery Systems
James B. Eisenkraft, M.D. - 272
Utilization and Limitations of Noninvasive Monitoring
Michael L. Good, M.D. - 273
Anesthetic Management of Cardiopulmonary Bypass
Glenn P. Gravlee, M.D. - 142
Getting the Most From a CVP Catheter
Jonathan B. Mark, M.D. - 212
Awareness During Anesthesia
Charles H. McLeskey, M.D. - 276
Current Concepts in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Charles W. Otto, M.D. - 512
New Concepts in Delivering Intravenous Anesthetic Agents
Joseph G. Reves, M.D. - 173
Can We Measure Depth of Anesthesia?
Carl E. Rosow, M.D. - 246
How to Get the Most Out of the Internet for Your Clinical Practice
Keith J. Ruskin, M.D. - 274
Clinical Monitoring of the Brain and Spinal Cord
Tod B. Sloan, M.D. - 245
Intraoperative Cardiac Arrhythmias: Cause, Recognition and Treatment
Stephen Slogoff, M.D. - 234
Anesthesia Techniques - A Look Into the Future
Theodore H. Stanley, M.D. - 275
The Role of Information Systems in Anesthesia
Daniel M. Thys, M.D. - 165
Pulmonary Artery and Mixed Venous Monitoring: Appropriate Utilization
Jeffery S. Vender, M.D. – 211



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GERIATRIC ANESTHESIA
Perioperative CNS Dysfunction-Diagnosis and Management
Gregory J. Crosby, M.D. - 244
Pacemakers and Implantable Cardioverter-Defribillators
Paul D. Eckenbrecht, M.D. – 235
General Versus Regional Anesthesia for the Elderly Patient
Raymond C. Roy, M.D., Ph.D. - 154
New Concepts in Anesthesia Receptors and Neurotransmitters
Jeffrey H. Silverstein, M.D. - 125
MEDICOLEGAL
What to Do After a Bad Outcome
Frederic A. Berry, M.D. - 223
Ethics in Anesthesia Practice
Arthur M. Boudreaux, M.D. - 164
The ASA Closed Claims Project: Lessons Learned
Robert A. Caplan, M.D. - 221
Risk Management in Anesthesia
John H. Eichhorn, M.D. - 222
Avoiding Obstetric Anesthesia Lawsuits: Relevant Guidelines and Standards
Gershon Levinson, M.D. - 421
Awareness During Anesthesia
Charles H. McLeskey, M.D. - 276
NEUROSURGICAL ANESTHESIA/CNS
Brain Protection in Neurosurgery
James E. Cottrell, M.D. - 152
Perioperative CNS Dysfunction-Diagnosis and Management
Gregory J. Crosby, M.D. - 244
Management of Head Trauma
Donald S. Prough, M.D. - 151
Can We Measure Depth of Anesthesia?
Carl E. Rosow, M.D. - 246
Clinical Monitoring of the Brain and Spinal Cord
Tod B. Sloan, M.D. - 245
Anesthesia For Intracranial Vascular Surgery
Michael M. Todd, M.D. – 153
Anesthesia for Surgery of the Carotid Artery
Kenneth J. Tuman, M.D. - 261
OBSTETRICAL ANESTHESIA
Neonatal Resuscitation in the Obstetric Suite: What You Need to Know
Valerie A. Arkoosh, M.D. - 135
Combined Spinal Epidural (CSE) and Other New Techniques for Labor Analgesia
David J. Birnbach, M.D. - 242
Labor Analgesia: Impact on Progress and Outcome of Labor
David H. Chestnut, M.D. - 243
Obstetric Anesthesia-What Does the Obstetrician Need From Us?
Charles P. Gibbs, M.D. - 136
How To Make an Epidural Work
Brett B. Gutsche, M.D. - 241
Anesthesia for the Pregnant Patient Undergoing Nonobstetric Surgery



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Joy L. Hawkins, M.D. - 311
Avoiding Obstetric Anesthesia Lawsuits: Relevant Guidelines and Standards
Gershon Levinson, M.D. - 421
Anesthesia for Emergency Cesarean Delivery
Mark C. Norris, M.D. - 134
OPERATING ROOM/PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
Negotiating With Managed Care Contract Holders
James F. Arens, M.D. - 121
Future Challenges in Anesthesia Based Acute Postoperative Pain Management
Michael A. Ashburn, M.D. - 216
What to Do After a Bad Outcome
Frederic A. Berry, M.D. - 223
Ethics in Anesthesia Practice
Arthur M. Boudreaux, M.D. - 164
Reforming Health Care: Efficient Cost Effective Anesthesia Care
Neal H. Cohen, M.D. – 122
Utilizing Information Systems to Facilitate Performance-Based Improvements in the
Management of Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting in the Ambulatory Surgery
Setting
David W. Edsall, M.D. - 113
The Anesthesiologist as Perioperative Physician, New Challenges, New Roles
Thomas W. Feeley, M.D. - 224
Credentialling and Other Practice Management Requirements
Robert E. Johnstone, M.D. - 411
Sedation and Analgesia in Pediatric Patients for Procedures Outside the Operating
Room
Richard F. Kaplan, M.D. - 253
The Recent Evolution of the PACU
Patricia A. Kapur, M.D. - 412
Considerations in Office Based Anesthesia
Marc E. Koch, M.D. - 233
Nuts and Bolts of OR Management
Vinod Malhotra, M.D. - 225
Preoperative Laboratory Testing: "What Do We Need"
Michael F. Roizen, M.D. - 171
Developing a Comprehensive Pain Evaluation and Management Center
John C. Rowlingson, M.D. - 176
How to Get the Most Out of the Internet for Your Clinical Practice
Keith J. Ruskin, M.D. - 274
The Role of Information Systems in Anesthesia
Daniel M. Thys, M.D. - 165
The Business Principals of Quality and Outcome Applied to Anesthesiology
Frank J. Villamaria, M.D. - 226
Cost-Containment in Anesthesia: Is it Worth the Effort?
Mark A. Warner, M.D. – 124




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PAIN MANAGEMENT/REGIONAL ANESTHESIA/SEDATION
Future Challenges in Anesthesia Based Acute Postoperative Pain Management
Michael A. Ashburn, M.D. - 216
Acute Postoperative Pain Management in Children
Charles B. Berde, M.D. – 252
Epidural and Intrathecal Opioids: Which Drugs Should We Choose and How Should
They Be
Used?
Christopher M. Bernards, M.D. - 115
Combined Spinal Epidural (CSE) and Other New Techniques for Labor Analgesia
David J. Birnbach, M.D. - 242
Labor Analgesia: Impact on Progress and Outcome of Labor
David H. Chestnut, M.D. - 243
Interventional Pain Management
Timothy R. Deer, M.D. - 214
Local Anesthetics: New Drugs and New Uses
Kayser Enneking, M.D. - 256
Chronic Pain Management
F. Michael Ferrante, M.D. - 215
How To Make an Epidural Work
Brett B. Gutsche, M.D. - 241
Sedation and Analgesia in Pediatric Patients for Procedures Outside the Operating
Room
Richard F. Kaplan, M.D. - 253
Indications for and Contraindications to Regional Anesthesia
Michael F. Mulroy, M.D. - 114
Regional Anesthesia in Pediatrics
Linda Jo Rice, M.D. - 251
General Versus Regional Anesthesia for the Elderly Patient
Raymond C. Roy, M.D., Ph.D. - 154
Developing a Comprehensive Pain Evaluation and Management Center
John C. Rowlingson, M.D. - 176
Neurologic Complications of Spinal and Epidural Anesthesia
Denise J. Wedel, M.D. - 116
PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIA
Neonatal Resuscitation in the Obstetric Suite: What You Need to Know
Valerie A. Arkoosh, M.D. - 135
Pediatric Surgical Emergencies
Ann G. Bailey, M.D. – 162
Acute Postoperative Pain Management in Children
Charles B. Berde, M.D. - 252
Anesthesia for Pediatric ENT Surgery-Routine and Emergent
Hernando DeSoto, M.D. - 521
The Child With a Difficult Airway: Recognition and Management
Steven C. Hall, M.D. - 163
Anesthesia for Pediatric Ambulatory Surgery
Raafat S. Hannallah, M.D. - 161
Sedation and Analgesia in Pediatric Patients for Procedures Outside the Operating
Room
Richard F. Kaplan, M.D. - 253


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Regional Anesthesia in Pediatrics
Linda Jo Rice, M.D. - 251
Anesthesia Management of Children With Congenital Heart Disease Undergoing
Non-Cardic
Surgery
Alan Jay Schwartz, M.D. - 522
PHARMACOLOGY
Epidural and Intrathecal Opioids: Which Drugs Should We Choose and How Should
They Be
Used
Christopher M. Bernards, M.D. - 115
Muscle Relaxants: What Should I Monitor and What Does It Tell Me?
Sorin J. Brull, M.D. - 422
Nitric Oxide, Thoracoscopy and Other New Trends in Thoracic Anesthesia
Edmond Cohen, M.D. - 175
Will Alpha-2 Adrenergic Agonists Have a Place in Anesthesa Practice?
James C. Eisenach, M.D. - 126
Local Anesthetics: New Drugs and New Uses
Kayser Enneking, M.D. - 256
New Cardiotonic Drugs
Roberta L. Hines, M.D. - 321
New Opioids and Anesthetic Practice
Carl C. Hug, Jr., M.D., Ph.D. - 254
Inhalation Anesthetic Toxicity: Current Controversies
Evan D. Kharasch, M.D. – 331
Review of New and Available Muscle Relaxants
Aaron F. Kopman, M.D. - 255
New Concepts in Delivering Intravenous Anesthetic Agents
Joseph G. Reves, M.D. - 173
Management of Cardiogenic, Hyperdynamic and Hypovolemic Shock
Myer H. Rosenthal, M.D. - 263
New Concepts in Anesthesia Receptors and Neurotransmitters
Jeffrey H. Silverstein, M.D. - 125
Intraoperative Cardiac Arrhythmias: Cause, Recognition and Treatment
Stephen Slogoff, M.D. - 234
What Is New In Ambulatory Anesthesia Techniques
Paul F. White, M.D., Ph.D. - 231
PREOPERATIVE PREPARATION
The Anesthesiologist as Perioperative Physician, New Challenges, New Roles
Thomas W. Feeley, M.D. - 224
Preoperative Assessment of the Patient With Cardiovascular Disease
Lee A. Fleisher, M.D. - 144
Anesthetic Considerations for the Patient With Heart Disease Undergoing Noncardiac
Surgery
Steven N. Konstadt, M.D. - 432
Perioperative Hypertension Evaluation and Management
Michael J. Murray, M.D. - 511
Evaluation and Perioperative Managment of the Patient With Respiratory Disease
Peter Rock, M.D. - 266
Preoperative Laboratory Testing: "What Do We Need"


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Michael F. Roizen, M.D. - 171
"NPO" and Aspiration: New Perspectives
Robert K. Stoelting, M.D. - 111
Perioperative Management of Diabetes and Endocrine Abnormalities
Russell T. Wall, M.D. – 156
POSTOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT
Future Challenges in Anesthesia Based Acute Postoperative Pain Management
Michael A. Ashburn, M.D. - 216
Acute Postoperative Pain Management in Children
Charles B. Berde, M.D. - 252
Perioperative CNS Dysfunction-Diagnosis and Management
Gregory J. Crosby, M.D. - 244
Myocardial Ischemia and Postoperative Management
John E. Ellis, M.D. - 431
The Anesthesiologist as Perioperative Physician, New Challenges, New Roles
Thomas W. Feeley, M.D. - 224
The Recent Evolution of the PACU
Patricia A. Kapur, M.D. - 412
Considerations in Office Based Anesthesia
Marc E. Koch, M.D. - 233
Perioperative Hypertension Evaluation and Management
Michael J. Murray, M.D. - 511
Evaluation and Perioperative Management of the Patient With Respiratory Disease
Peter Rock, M.D. - 266
Evaluation and Management of Postoperative-Respiratory Insufficiency and Hypoxia
Barry A. Shapiro, M.D. - 172
Recovery and Discharge of the Ambulatory Anesthesia Patient
Rebecca S. Twersky, M.D. - 232
Perioperative Management of Diabetes and Endocrine Abnormalities
Russell T. Wall, M.D. - 156
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
The ASA Difficult Airway Algorithm: New Thoughts/Considerations
Jonathan L. Benumof, M.D. - 236
Bronchospasm: Successful Management
Michael J. Bishop, M.D. – 174
Nitric Oxide, Thoracoscopy and Other New Trends in Thoracic Anesthesia
Edmond Cohen, M.D. - 175
Fiberoptic Intubation and Alternative Techniques for Managing the Difficult Airway
James T. Roberts, M.D. - 133
Evaluation and Perioperative Management of the Patient With Respiratory Disease
Peter Rock, M.D. - 266
Evaluation and Management of Postoperative-Respiratory Insufficiency and Hypoxia
Barry A. Shapiro, M.D. - 172
"NPO" and Aspiration: New Perspectives
Robert K. Stoelting, M.D - .111
TRAUMA MANAGEMENT/EMERGENCY
Trauma: Anesthetic Issues
Steven J. Barker, M.D., Ph.D. - 131
Anesthesia for Pediatric ENT Surgery-Routine and Emergent
Hernando DeSoto, M.D. - 521


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     Management of the Traumatized Airway
     Alexander W. Gotta, M.D. - 132
     Management of Head Trauma
     Donald S. Prough, M.D. - 151
     Transfusion Controversies and Management Alternatives
     Kevin K. Tremper, M.D., Ph.D. – 265


8.     ATS International Conferences 94th, 95th
     and 96th . Abstracts from American Thoracic Society
     1998,1999&2000 International Conferences




9.     TEAL The Electronic Anesthesiology
     Library on CD-ROM.
     Content 1995-1999, the American Society of
     Anesthesiologists, the International Anesthesia Research
     Society, the British Journal of Anaesthesia, and the
     Canadian Anesthesiologists’ Society




10. The fifth State of the Art Review Course.
      American Thoracic Society Review Course
  in Pulmonary Medicine and Critical Care
  No 1, 2, 3.

                  Disc 1:

          1. Pre-operative evaluation of patients with COPD ,
             Celli, Bartoleme R.,MD
          2. Pleural Disease, Sahn, Steven A., M.D.
          3. Occupational lung disease, Rose, Cecile S., M.D.
          4. Diagnosis and treatment of ventilator-associated
             pneumonia, Neideman, Michael, M.D.

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     5. Meet the Professor Seminar:Case-based seminar,
        Celli, Bartoleme R.,MD
     6. Non-invasive positive pressure ventilation,
        Brochard, Laurent J., M.D.
     7. Assisted modes of ventilatory support. When and
        how?, Kacmarec, RobertM,. Ph.D.
     8. Renal replacement Therapy in the Critically ill,
        Paganini, Emil,.M.D.
     9. Withholding and withdrawing life-support from
        critically ill patients. Luce, John, MD
     10.      Meet the Professor Seminar:Case-based
        seminar, Brochard, Laurent J., M.D.
     11.      New diagnostic strategies and treatments for
        M.tuberculosis, Hopewell, Phillip C.,M.D.
     12.      HRCT: Role in diagnosis and management
        of interstitial lung disease, Kazerooni, Ella, M.D.
     13.      Lung Cancer 2000: Medical management,
        Jett, James R.,M.D.




                       Disc 2:
       1. Atypical mycobacterial infection in the
          normal host , Glasroth, Jeffrey,.M.D.
       2. Meet the Professor Seminar:Case-based
          seminar
            Kazerooni, Ella, M.D.
       3. Invasive hemodynamic monitoring,
          Leatherman, James W., M.D.
       4. Prone positioning and other innovative
          therapies for ARDS, Albert, Richard
          K.,M.D.
       5. Life-threatening acidosis, Schmidt, Gregory
          A.,M.D.




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       6. Assessment and treatment of ventricular
          dysfunction in critical illness, Walley,
          Keilth., M.D.
       7. Meet the Professor Seminar:Case-based
          seminar Albert, Richard K.,M.D.
       8. Therapeutic flexible bronchoscopy, Menta,
          Atul C., MBBS,M.D.
       9. Interstitial lung disease, King, Talmadge
          E.,Jr.M.D.
       10. Fungal disease, Sarosi, George, M.D.
       11. Evolving concepts in cardiopulmonary
          exercise testing, Weisman, Idelle M.,M.D.
       12. Meet the Professor Seminar:Case-based
          seminar, Menta, Atul C., MBBS,M.D.
       13. The pathophysiology of weaning failure,
          Tobin, Martin J.,M.D.


                  Disc 3 :
     1. Status asthmaticus, Hall, Jesse R.,M.D.
     2. Influenza: prevention and treatment in the new
        millennium, Strek, Mary, M.D.
     3. Lung infection in the immunocompromised host,
        Craford, Stephen W., M.D.
     4. Meet the Professor Seminar:Case-based seminar
        Tobin, Martin J.,M.D.
     5. Ventilator-associated lung injury and lung
        protective ventilator strategies, Marini, John J.,
        M.D.
     6. Lung volume reduction surgery, Fessler,
         Henry F.,M.D.
     7. Clinical implication of new classifications of ILD,
        Myers, Jeffrey L.,M.D.
     8. Diagnostic imaging for thromboembolic disease:
        Are we there yet?, Sostman, Dirk, M.D.
     9. Meet the Professor Seminar:Case-based seminar,
        Marini, John J., M.D.


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     10.    Sleep apnea 2000, Pack, Alan, M.D.
     11.    Cystic fibrosis, Knowles, Michael, M.D.
     12.    Pulmonary hypertension, Hill, Nicholas S.,
       M.D.
     13. Lung Cancer 2000 new approaches to
       screening, Petty, Thomas L.,M.D.

          ‫11.מבזק אבסטרקט-סיכום המבזקים לשנה‬
                                 :‫1111 ועוד‬
        1111 ‫תקצירים רפאוים שפורסמו במהלך שנה‬            
                       ‫מידע תרופתי- טבע פוקוס‬            
       ‫ שאלות ממרכז המיעדה תרופתי‬DRUG-FAQ                
                           ‫אתרי אינטרנט נבחרים‬           
                    ‫מבעד למיקרוסקופ האלקטרוני‬            



12.Peripheral nerve blocks: Lower Limb.

► Lumbar plexus block anterior approach
► Lumbar plexus block continuous blockade
► Lumbar plexus block posterior approach
► Saphenous nerve block
► Nerve block at the ankle
► Sciatic nerve block posterior approach
► Sciatic nerve block lateral approach
► Tibial & common peroneal n.block in the
popliteal fossa
► Common peroneal nerve block at the neck of
the tibia


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    13.Peripheral nerve blocks: Upper Limb.

    ► Brachial plexus block interscalene approach
    ► Brachial plexus block axillary approach
    ► Brachial plexus block supraclavicular
    approach
    ► Brachial plexus block infraclavicular
    approach
    ► Midhumeral block
    ► Radial nerve block:
-       at the wrist
-       at the elbow
    ► Median nerve block:
-        at the wrist
-       at the elbow
    ► Ulnar nerve block:
-        at the wrist
-       at the elbow

         14. Goodman and Gilman's The
           Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics,
           Ninth Edition
    Section I
    General Principles 1

    Introduction 1
    Leslie Z. Benet

    1. Pharmacokinetics: The Dynamics of Drug Absorption, Distribution, and Elimination 3
    Leslie Z. Benet, Deanna L. Kroetz, and Lewis B. Sheiner

    2. Pharmacodynamics: Mechanisms of Drug Action and the Relationship Between Drug Concentration
    and Effect 29
    Elliott M. Ross

    3. Principles of Therapeutics 43
    Alan S. Nies and Stephen P. Spielberg




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4. Principles of Toxicology and Treatment of Poisoning 63
Curtis D. Klaassen

5. Gene-Based Therapy 77
Stephen L. Eck and James M. Wilson

Section II
Drugs Acting at Synaptic and Neuroeffector Junctional Sites 103

6. Neurotransmission: The Autonomic and Somatic Motor Nervous Systems 105
Brian B. Hoffman, Robert J. Lefkowitz, and Palmer Taylor

7. Muscarinic Receptor Agonists and Antagonists 141
Joan Heller Brown and Palmer Taylor

8. Anticholinesterase Agents 161
Palmer Taylor

9. Agents Acting at the Neuromuscular Junction and Autonomic Ganglia 177
Palmer Taylor

10. Catecholamines, Sympathomimetic Drugs, and Adrenergic Receptor Antagonists 199
Brian B. Hoffman and Robert J. Lefkowitz

11. 5-Hydroxytryptamine (Serotonin) Receptor Agonists and Antagonists 249
Elaine Sanders-Bush and Steven E. Mayer

Section III
Drugs Acting on the Central Nervous System 265

12. Neurotransmission and the Central Nervous System 267
Floyd E. Bloom

13. History and Principles of Anesthesiology 295
Sean K. Kennedy and David E. Longnecker

14. General Anesthetics 307
Bryan E. Marshall and David E. Longnecker

15. Local Anesthetics 331
William A. Catterall and Kenneth Mackie

16. Therapeutic Gases 349
Roderic G. Eckenhoff and David E. Longnecker

17. Hypnotics and Sedatives; Ethanol 361
William R. Hobbs, Theodore W. Rall, and Todd A. Verdoorn

18. Drugs and the Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders: Psychosis and Anxiety 399
Ross J. Baldessarini

19. Drugs and the Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders: Depression and Mania 431
Ross J. Baldessarini

20. Drugs Effective in the Therapy of the Epilepsies 461
James O. McNamara

21. Drugs Effective in the Therapy of Migraine 487
Stephen J. Peroutka




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22. Treatment of Central Nervous System Degenerative Disorders 503
David G. Standaert and Anne B. Young

23. Opioid Analgesics and Antagonists 521
Terry Reisine and Gavril Pasternak

24. Drug Addiction and Drug Abuse 557
Charles P. O'Brien

Section IV
Autacoids; Drug Therapy of Inflammation 579

Introduction 579
William E. Serafin and Kenneth S. Babe, Jr.

25. Histamine, Bradykinin and Their Antagonists 581
Kenneth S. Babe, Jr., and William E. Serafin

26. Lipid-Derived Autacoids: Eicosanoids and Platelet-Activating Factor 601
William B. Campbell and Perry V. Halushka

27. Analgesic-Antipyretic and Antiinflammatory Agents and Drugs Employed in the Treatment of
Gout 617
Paul A. Insel

28. Drugs Used in the Treatment of Asthma 659
William E. Serafin

Section V
Drugs Affecting Renal and Cardiovascular Function 683

29. Diuretics 685
Edwin K. Jackson

30. Vasopressin and Other Agents Affecting the Renal Conservation of Water 715
Edwin K. Jackson

31. Renin and Angiotensin 733
Edwin K. Jackson and James C. Garrison

32. Drugs Used for the Treatment of Myocardial Ischemia 759
Rose Marie Robertson and David Robertson

33. Antihypertensive Agents and the Drug Therapy of Hypertension 781
John A. Oates

34. Pharmacological Treatment of Heart Failure 809
Ralph A. Kelly and Thomas W. Smith

35. Antiarrhythmic Drugs 839
Dan M. Roden

36. Drugs Used in the Treatment of Hyperlipoproteinemias 875
Joseph L. Witztum

Section VI
Drugs Affecting Gastrointestinal Function 899

37. Agents for Control of Gastric Acidity and Treatment of Peptic Ulcers 901
Laurence L. Brunton



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38. Agents Affecting Gastrointestinal Water Flux and Motility; Emesis and Antiemetics; Bile Acids
and Pancreatic Enzymes 917
Laurence L. Brunton

Section VII
Drugs Affecting Uterine Motility 937

39. Agents That Cause Contraction or Relaxation of the Uterus 939
Cornelia R. Graves

Section VIII
Chemotherapy of Parasitic Infections 955

Introduction 955
James W. Tracy and Leslie T. Webster, Jr.

40. Drugs Used in the Chemotherapy of Protozoal Infections: Malaria 965
James W. Tracy and Leslie T. Webster, Jr.

41. Drugs Used in the Chemotherapy of Protozoal Infections: Trypanosomiasis, Leishmaniasis,
Amebiasis, Giardiasis, Trichomoniasis, and Other Protozoal Infections 987
James W. Tracy and Leslie T. Webster, Jr.

42. Drugs Used in the Chemotherapy of Helminthiasis 1009
James W. Tracy and Leslie T. Webster, Jr.

Section IX
Chemotherapy of Microbial Diseases 1027

43. Antimicrobial Agents: General Considerations 1029
Henry F. Chambers and Merle A. Sande

44. Antimicrobial Agents: Sulfonamides, Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole, Quinolones, and Agents
for Urinary Tract Infections 1057
Gerald L. Mandell and William A. Petri, Jr.

45. Antimicrobial Agents: Penicillins, Cephalosporins, and Other -Lactam Antibiotics 1073
Gerald L. Mandell and William A. Petri, Jr.

46. Antimicrobial Agents: The Aminoglycosides 1103
Henry F. Chambers and Merle A. Sande

47. Antimicrobial Agents: Tetracyclines, Chloramphenicol, Erythromycin, and Miscellaneous
Antibacterial Agents 1123
Joan E. Kapusnik-Uner, Merle A. Sande, and Henry F. Chambers

48. Antimicrobial Agents: Drugs Used in the Chemotherapy of Tuberculosis and Leprosy 1155
Gerald L. Mandell and William A. Petri, Jr.

49. Antimicrobial Agents: Antifungal Agents 1175
John E. Bennett

50. Antimicrobial Agents: Antiviral Agents 1191
Frederick G. Hayden

Section X
Chemotherapy of Neoplastic Diseases 1225

Introduction 1225



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Paul Calabresi and Bruce A. Chabner

51. Antineoplastic Agents 1233
Bruce A. Chabner, Carmen J. Allegra, Gregory A. Curt, and Paul Calabresi

Section XI
Drugs Used for Immunomodulation 1289

52. Immunomodulators: Immunosuppressive Agents and Immunostimulants 1291
Robert B. Diasio and Albert F. LoBuglio

Section XII
Drugs Acting on the Blood and the Blood-Forming Organs 1309

53. Hematopoietic Agents: Growth Factors, Minerals, and Vitamins 1311
Robert S. Hillman

54. Anticoagulant, Thrombolytic, and Antiplatelet Drugs 1341
Philip W. Majerus, George J. Broze, Jr., Joseph P. Miletich, and Douglas M. Tollefsen

Section XIII
Hormones and Hormone Antagonists 1361

55. Adenohypophyseal Hormones and Their Hypothalamic Releasing Factors 1363
Mario Ascoli and Deborah L. Segaloff

56. Thyroid and Antithyroid Drugs 1383
Alan P. Farwell and Lewis E. Braverman

57. Estrogens and Progestins 1411
Cynthia L. Williams and George M. Stancel

58. Androgens 1441
Jean D. Wilson

59. Adrenocorticotropic Hormone; Adrenocortical Steroids and Their Synthetic Analogs; Inhibitors of
the Synthesis and Actions of Adrenocortical Hormones 1459
Bernard P. Schimmer and Keith L. Parker

60. Insulin, Oral Hypoglycemic Agents, and the Pharmacology of the Endocrine Pancreas 1487
Stephen N. Davis and Daryl K. Granner

61. Agents Affecting Calcification and Bone Turnover: Calcium, Phosphate, Parathyroid Hormone,
Vitamin D, Calcitonin, and Other Compounds 1519
Robert Marcus

Section XIV
The Vitamins 1547

Introduction 1547
Robert Marcus and Ann M. Coulston

62. Water-Soluble Vitamins: The Vitamin B Complex and Ascorbic Acid 1555
Robert Marcus and Ann M. Coulston

63. Fat-Soluble Vitamins: Vitamins A, K, and E 1573
Robert Marcus and Ann M. Coulston

Section XV
Dermatology 1591



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64. Dermatological Pharmacology 1593
Cynthia Guzzo, Gerald S. Lazarus, and Victoria P. Werth

Section XVI
Ophthalmology 1617

65. Ocular Pharmacology 1619
Sayoko E. Moroi and Paul R. Lichter

Section XVII
Toxicology 1647

66. Heavy Metals and Heavy-Metal Antagonists 1649
Curtis D. Klaassen

67. Nonmetallic Environmental Toxicants: Air Pollutants, Solvents, Vapors, and Pesticides 1673
Curtis D. Klaassen



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