Anaesthesia

Cover image for Vol. 70 Issue 1

Edited By: Dr S. M. Yentis, London, UK

Impact Factor: 3.846

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 4/29 (Anesthesiology)

Online ISSN: 1365-2044

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Introducing Anaesthesia for the iPad®!

 Anaesthesia App

Introducing Anaesthesia for the iPad®! Keep up with important developments in the field of anaesthesia even faster and enjoy an entirely new, optimised browsing and reading experience with Anaesthesia for the iPad®.

Key features of the app include:

  • Instant access to breaking research
  • Early View articles updated as they publish
  • Readable, print-like experience enhanced with dynamic figures, tables and references
  • Ability to browse content before downloading an issue
  • Email and social media sharing tools
  • Links to supplemental material online
  • Personalised experience

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AAGBI Member Access Instructions

AAGBI members receive the ipad app subscription for free. To unlock content in the app you will need to register your account and device with an access code, which you can obtain from members@aagbi.org

Access the App through your Institution

If your institution subscribes to Anaesthesia, follow the instructions below to get access to the app.

1. Create an account on Wiley Online Library or if you already have one, log in
2. Access Wiley Online Library from your institution’s network, and log in. If you are off-site and need help getting access to licensed content, contact your librarian
3. Visit the roaming access section of “My Profile” and click “Activate Roaming Access”
4. Download the Anaesthesia iPad® app from iTunes App Store. Launch the app and click “Current Subscribers” and then “Learn how to get access”
5. Log on using your Wiley Online Library account information

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