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CRC Press Anesthesiology & Pain Management Book Collection
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CRC Press Anesthesiology & Pain Management Book Collection

Publisher: CRC Press
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Quick, one-click access to titles covering essential topics in pain management and anesthesiology.

This collection offers 10 books covering pain management and anesthesiology for patients across the broad spectrum of chronic pain, acute pain, cancer pain, pediatrics, and palliative care. Extremely cost-efficient, titles in this collection can be used by practicing professionals, professionals-in-training, as well as students.

Based in the UK, CRC Press publishes resources in medicine, nursing, and allied health to cover every stage of a medical career.

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