Clinical Scenarios in Intensive Care

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Cambridge University Press, 1998 - Medical - 106 pages
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Clinical Scenarios in Intensive Care gathers together 21 clinical problems in a concise and standardised format and offers a framework on which to base the teaching and practice of intensive care. Whilst principally aimed at anesthetists and intensive care specialists in training, this book should also appeal to tutors and candidates involved in postgraduate examinations in surgery and medicine, where intensive care knowledge is required.
 

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Contents

Asthma
1
Community Aquired Pneumonia
7
Cardiac Arrest
13
Aquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
19
Acute Myocardial Infarction
25
Meningitis
31
Redo Cardiac Surgery
35
PreEclampsia
41
Acute Head Injury
63
Diabetes Mellitus
67
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
73
Tetanus
77
Acute Renal Failure
81
GuillanBarre Syndrome
85
Road Traffic Accident
89
Acute Pancreatitis
95

Acute Respiratory Distress in a Child
47
Hypothermia
51
Coma
57
Trans Urethral Resection of Prostate
99
Post Operative Septicaemia
103
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