By Jean-Louis Vincent
The Yearbook compiles the newest advancements in experimental and scientific examine and perform in a single complete reference publication. The chapters are written by means of good well-known specialists within the box of extensive care and emergency drugs. it really is addressed to all people serious about inner medication, anesthesia, surgical procedure, pediatrics, in depth care and emergency medicine.
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Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2015 by Jean-Louis Vincent