Formally endorsed and supported by the Australian Society of Anaesthetists.
Used by the European Society of Anaesthesiology for its web based operating room crisis checklists.
Checklist use validated by Harvard School of Public Health.
Printed on a waterproof & tear resistant synthetic card, easily wiped clean.
It is a well presented book in an easily accessible format, most appropriate for use in the clinical setting.Australia and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists, Quality and Safety Committee
The Anesthetic Crisis Manual is a practical well-organized resource that provides a reasonable source of information for management of the most common emergencies in anesthesia.D. Finegan, J. M. Davies, , Canadian Journal Anaesthesia 2014
This book is amazing! It fulfills what Joe Novak was talking about on EMCrit Podcast ; this is the manual you want in the OR/OT after you go through the unexpected. Waterproof, unrippable, and easy to find the crucial info you need–good stuff.Emcrit Website , for Critical Care, Resuscitation and Trauma Physicians
They say you should not judge a book by its cover, but in this case it meets those high expectations and does exactly what it says on the tin….Life in the fast lane , Website for Critical Care Physicians and Nurses
The ACM is my go to book to help me study for emergencies I may encounter in the OR. Thank you for producing such a clear, concise, and easy to use product.Robert Fabich, RN, BSN, SRNA CPT, USA USAGPAN
This concept is a great step forward for our profession in providing safe and effective care for all our patients, and we owe a debt of gratitude to Dr. Borshoff for helping us along this path.Michael F. Mulroy, MD, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle WA
I would recommend a copy of this volume for every resident call room and the top of every code cart in the intensive care unit.Richard P. Dutton, MD, Anesthesia Quality Institute, Park Ridge IL
I could see this book living on the side of the machine or in the briefcase of those whose practice involves a number of different locations.J. T. Moloney, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care