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Key clinical topics in critical care

Author: Sara-Catrin Cook; Matt Thomas, (Medical consultant); Jerry Nolan; M J A Parr
Publisher: London : JP Medical Publishers, [2014] ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Part of the Key Clinical Topics series, this title is designed to enable rapid access to core information, effective exam revision and the ideal quick reference for day-to-day practice.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sara-Catrin Cook; Matt Thomas, (Medical consultant); Jerry Nolan; M J A Parr
ISBN: 9781907816673 1907816674
OCLC Number: 871306319
Description: xiv, 434 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Abdominal compartment syndrome --
Acute coronary syndrome --
Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) --
diagnosis --
Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) --
treatment --
Adrenal disease --
Airway complications on the intensive care unit --
Airway management in an emergency --
Airway obstruction --
upper and lower --
Analgesia in critical care --
advanced --
Anaphylaxis --
Antibiotics, antivirals and antifungals --
Arterial blood gases --
acid-based physiology --
Arterial blood gases --
analysis --
Arterial cannulation --
Asthma --
Blood and blood products --
Blood coagulopathies --
Blood transfusion and complications --
Brain death and organ donation --
Burns --
Calcium, magnesium and phosphate --
Cancer patients and critical care --
Cardiac arrhythmias --
Cardiac failure --
acute --
Cardiac output measurement --
Cardiac pacing --
Cardiac surgery --
postoperative care --
Cardiac valve disease --
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation --
Care bundles --
Central venous cannulation --
Chest tube thoracostomy --
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease --
Coma --
Consent --
Critical ilness polyneuromyopathy --
Delirium --
Diabetes mellitus --
Diarrhoea --
Drug overdose and poisons --
Echocardiography for critical care --
Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation --
Endocarditis --
End-of-life care --
Ethics --
Fibreoptic bronchoscopy --
Fluid therapy --
Guillain-Barré syndrome --
Haematological disorders --
HIV and critical care --
Hypertension --
Hyperthermia --
Hypothermia --
Intracranial pressure monitoring --
Infection acquired in hospital --
Infection prevention and control --
Inotropes and vasopressors --
Liver failure --
acute --
Liver failure --
chronic --
Major haemorrhage --
Meningitis and encephalitis --
Meningococcal sepsis --
Myasthenia gravis --
Neurological diseases --
Nutrition --
Obstetric emergencies --
haemorrhage --
Obstetric emergencies --
medical --
Oscillation and high-frequency ventillation --
Panceatitis --
acute severe --
Pandemic influenza --
Patient safety --
Pituitary disease --
Pleural disease --
Pneumonia --
community acquired --
Pneumonia --
hospital acquired --
Post-resuscitation care --
Pulmonary function tests --
Quality indicators --
Quality of life after intensivecare unit --
Radiology for critical care --
Rapid response systems --
Refractory hypoxaemia --
Renal --
acute kidney injury --
Renal --
treatment of established acute kidney injury --
Respiratory support --
invasive --
Respiratory support --
non-invasive techniques --
Scoring systems --
Sedation --
Seizures --
status epilepticus --
Selective oropharyngeal and digestive tract decontamination --
Sepsis --
management --
Sepsis --
pathophysiology --
Sepsis and systemic inflammatory response syndrome --
Sickle cell disease --
Skin and soft tissue infections --
Sodium --
Spinal injuries --
Stress ulceration prophylaxis --
Stroke --
Subarachnoid haemorrhage --
Tetanus --
Thyroid gland disorders --
Tracheostomy --
Transplant medicine --
Transport of the critically ill --
Trauma --
primary survey --
Trauma --
secondary survey --
Trauma --
anaesthesia and critical care --
Traumatic brain injury --
Upper gastrointestinal bleeding --
Vasculitides --
Venous thromboembolism --
Weaning from ventilation.
Responsibility: edited by Sara-Catrin Cook, Matt Thomas, Jerry Nolan, Michael Parr.

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