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Tramèr MR. Evidence-based resource in anaesthesia and analgesia. 2nd edition. London: BMJ Books, 2003.
  1. John W Sear, PhD, FFARCS
  1. Nuffield Department of Anaesthetics
 University of Oxford
 Oxford, UK

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    The first edition of this book was reviewed in a leading anaesthetic journal1 with the following final paragraph: “this is neither a textbook nor a comprehensive reference book. It is a set of personal essays about EBM and anaesthesia by leading workers in the field. Its strength is that it begins with a robust critique of EBM but it is able to leave the reader feeling that EBM is a useful tool that has much to offer to us.”

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    What of this second edition? Again, the first part starts with a critical appraisal of evidence-based medicine, followed by discussion of the utility …

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