Millions of pediatric patients receive anesthetics every year, but it has been established that those under 12 months of age have a higher risk of poor outcomes. Well established at the forefront of the field, and founded and edited by one of its modern pioneers, Pediatric Anesthesia
is renowned for the excellence of its practical guidance. Aimed at pediatric anesthetists, anesthetists, and trainee anesthetists, this new edition covers the use of anesthesia on newborns to young adults, placing a strong emphasis on the most recent and important information from research and publications.
Keywords: Anesthesia, Dean Andropoulos, George Gregory, Gregory's Pediatric Anesthesia,  , anesthesia from newborns to young adults, Cote, A Practice of Anesthesia for Infants and Children, Holzman, A Practical Approach to Pediatric Anesthesia, Motoyama and Davis, Smith's Anesthesia for infants and Children