By William Harrop-Griffiths, Richard Griffiths, Felicity Plaat
In line with the organization of Anaesthetists of significant Britain & Ireland's (AAGBI) carrying on with schooling lecture sequence, this clinically-oriented e-book covers the most recent advancements in learn and the medical software of anesthesia and ache control.
- Reviews newest advancements in study and practice
- Clinically-oriented yet rooted in uncomplicated science
- Concise and informative articles on key topics
- Road-tested via CPD roadshows
- Designed particularly for carrying on with scientific education
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Type 2 MI is probably of most relevance to anaesthetists. This describes ‘MI secondary to an ischaemic imbalance’  and covers circumstances such as MI induced by severe anaemia or thyrotoxicosis (generally in the context of significant coronary artery disease), but also many cases of perioperative MI or the frequent troponin rises in critically ill patients in the intensive care unit (ICU). The pathology of Type 2 MI is less clear but appears to be driven by prolonged ischaemia, generally in the face of significant coronary artery disease, rather than plaque disruption, as might be induced by prolonged peri-operative hypotension.
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