The anesthesiologist who only occasionally does anesthesia for spine surgery will find the concise chapter which can be read the evening before a case very useful even the expert neuroanesthesiologist will find particular chapters on physiology acute and chronic spinal cord injury and pediatric spine surgery valuable collections for distribution to fellows and residents. Anesthesia for surgery of the spine susan s porter ed new york mcgraw hill 1995 isbn 0 07 050622 1 390 pp 6500 in her preface dr porter notes that a goal of this book was to provide anesthesia practitioners a valuable hands on reference for managing perioperative care of patients undergoing spinal surgery. Pregabalin has the more consistent bioavailability published doses of pregabalin vary from 150 to 600 mg before surgery followed by 50 300 mg for up to 14 days 4 ophthalmic complications postoperative visual loss povl occurs in 1 60 000 1 125 000 operations 5 spinal surgery has the highest incidence of povl from analysis of the american society of anesthesiologists asa post operative visual loss registry spinal surgery accounted for 93 131 70 of all cases of visual loss . Anesthesia for spine surgery edited by ehab farag attempts to fill this niche of anesthesiology this comprehensive textbook is logically divided into four sections general considerations spine surgery for adult patients postoperative care of the adult patient and spine surgery for pediatric patients
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