Clinical Pharmacology of Local Anesthetics, 2e
- Publish Date: 1999-10-26
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: John E. Tetzlaff MD
This concise and practical manual discusses the pharmacologic actions and interactions of locally administered anesthetic drugs. Local anesthesia is considered far safer and more cost effective than general anesthesia. Nonetheless, the pharmacology of local anesthetics remains complex, and new drugs continue to emerge due to the increase in day surgery. Clinically oriented, this manual provides detailed information for those practitioners using local anesthetics who may not have learned much about pharmacokinetics.
* Convenient source on the wide range of drugs used in local anesthetics *
Generously illustrated for quick reference *
Ideal for non-experts aiming to increase their knowledge of local anesthesia