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Now in its sixth edition, Robert M. Bojar's Manual of Perioperative Care in Adult Cardiac Surgery remains the go-to practical guide for all of those involved in the care of the cardiac surgery patient. Written in outline format, it provides a comprehensive, detailed, and clearly explained review of cardiac surgical disease and perioperative management that is of value to practicing cardiac. Manual of Perioperative Care in Adult Cardiac Surgery. Fifth Edition. Robert M. Bojar, MD, Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery, St Vincent Hospital, Worcester, MA, USA. The fifth edition of this global bestseller is the most comprehensive and easy-to-use reference available on the perioperative care of the adult cardiac surgery xxxcum.xyz by:

Jan 07,  · The fifth edition of Bojar's Manual of Perioperative Care in Adult Cardiac Surgery remains the gold standard for management of adult patients undergoing cardiac surgery. DOI: / Corpus ID: Manual of Perioperative Care in Adult Cardiac Surgery: Bojar/Manual of Perioperative Care in Adult Cardiac Surgery @inproceedings{BojarManualOP, title={Manual of Perioperative Care in Adult Cardiac Surgery: Bojar/Manual of Perioperative Care in Adult Cardiac Surgery}, author={R. Bojar}, year={} }.

Manual of Perioperative Care in Adult Cardiac Surgery easily referenced outline format allows health practitioners of all levels to understand and apply basic concepts to patient care—perfect for cardiothoracic and general surgery residents, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, cardiologists, medical students, and critical care nurses involved in the care of both routine and complex cardiac . Extensively revised to cover recent advances in cardiac surgery, the fourth edition of Bojar's Manual of Perioperative Care in Adult Cardiac Surgery remains the gold standard for management of adult patients undergoing cardiac surgery.

Cardiothoracic Surgery, Cooper University Hospital, Camden, NJ Critical Care Medicine: October - Volume 39 - Issue 10 - p doi: /CCM.0bed Historically, cardiac surgeons have provided the bulk of perioperative care to their patients, but this has changed as the number of cardiac surgeons has decreased and work- hour restrictions have limited the ICU experience of surgical trainees (5–7).