1: Dr Simon J Mercer: Crisis Management and Human Factors 2: Professor Jerry Nolan and Dr. Craig Dunlop: Cardiovascular 3: Professor Tim Cook and Dr. Benjamin Walton: Respiratory 4: Dr. Jules Cranshaw and Professor Tim Cook: Airway 5: Dr. Daniel Lutman: Paediatrics 6: Dr. Mark Scrutton and Dr. Stephen Michael Kinsella: Obstetrics 7: Dr. Katharine Hunt and Dr. Manni Waraich: Neurology and Neurosurgery 8: Dr. James R. Bennett and Dr. Gerard Gould: Thoracics 9: Dr. Owen Davies: Regional Anaesthesia 10: Dr. Hannah Blanshard: Metabolic and Endocrine 11: Dr. Charly Gibson: Recovery Problems 12: Dr. Kath Sutherland and Dr. Neil Rasburn: Emergency Department Problems 13: Dr. Kim Gupta: Equipment Problems 14: Dr. John Isaac, Dr. Mark Stoneham, and Nerida Williams: Miscellaneous 15: Dr. Louise Cossey and Dr. Bruce McCormick: Practical Procedures
Dr Alastair Martin is a consultant anaesthetist at Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust. Dr Keith G. Allman currently serves as a consultant anaesthetist with Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust. He is president of the British Opthalmic Anaesthesia Society and editor of the Oxford Handbook of Anaesthesia. Dr Andrew McIndoe is a consultant anaesthetist at University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust. He was appointed in 1998 and has been closely involved in providing simulation-based emergency training at the Bristol Medical Simulation Centre for over 20 years. He has worked as a Primary FRCA examiner for 13 years and is co-lead of the Royal College of Anaesthetist's award-winning e-Learning Anaesthesia programme.
Overall, Emergencies in Anaesthesia - Third Edition is an economical and useful handbook suitable for practicing physicians and those in training who are looking to review and update their CRM knowledge. Readers will appreciate the concise delivery and organization, which provides a practical supplement to more in-depth CRM references. * Tim T. H. Jen, MD, FRCPC, Canadian Journal of Anesthesia/Journal canadien d'anesthesie *