Critical Care Medicine: Perioperative Management

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Michael James Murray
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002 - Medical - 905 pages
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This authoritative reference published under the auspices of the American Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists (ASCCA) is now in its Second Edition. More than 100 internationally recognized experts present state-of-the-art strategies for successful, cost-effective perioperative care and management of acutely ill patients.This thoroughly revised edition features many distinguished new contributors from anesthesiology, critical care medicine, internal medicine, surgery, and pediatrics. Timely new chapters cover medical informatics, evidence-based medicine, human genomics, research in critical care medicine, and imaging in the ICU. Chapters on acute respiratory distress syndrome, sepsis, and other diseases have been rewritten to reflect recent technological and therapeutic breakthroughs.

 

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Contents

The Diagnosis and Management of BrainDead 37 Basic Principles and New Modes of Mechanical
24
SPECIALIZED PERIOPERATIVE
49
Contributing Authors xi 12 Fluid Management in Critically Ill Patients
137
Donald S Prough and Mali Mathru
147
PERIOPERATIVE ASSESSMENT Christopher C Young and Richard C Prielipp
168
Preoperative Assessment 1 Michael S Malian and Charles E Lucas
176
The Practice of Acute Care Medicine in Critically Ill Patients
186
Ethical and EndofLife Issues 45 17 Etiology and Pathophysiology of Shock
192
Perioperative Management of the Cardiac
503
Current Concepts in Cardiopulmonary H T Lee and Robert N Sladen
514
Critically Ill Patient
521
Pneumonia 385 Kenneth E Wood
533
Perioperative Management of Obstructive and Carol A Dion Kathleen H Chaimberg Andrew
549
Acute Lung Injury and Acute Respiratory Distress Eduardo N Chini Niki M Dietz and RonaldJ Faust
566
Perioperative Care of Thoracic
577
Respiratory Care 428 48 MultipleOrgan Dysfunction Syndrome
588

Karen J Schwenzer Robert M Rodriguez and Myer H Rosenthal
206
Genomics in Perioperative Critical Care 63 19 Principles of Cerebroprotection
225
Research in Critical Care Medicine 70 and Jeffrey R Kirsch
236
Management of the Airway and Tracheal 21 Diagnosis and Management of Comatose Patients
244
TO Procedures in the Intensive Care Unit 102 22 Postoperative Care of the Neurosurgical Patient
253
T1 Hemodynamic Assessment in the Critically 23 Subarachnoid Hemorrhage and Cerebrovascular
264
and Ake Grenvik
460
Cardiogenic Shock 287 CRITICAL CARE
474
Acute Therapy in Patients with Cardiac Critically Ill
485
White
495
Sharon Orbach Yoram G Weiss
752
Management of LifeThreatening Infection Gary P Zaloga
765
The Use of Antimicrobials in the Intensive Infants and Children
776
TRANSPLANTATION Kimberly K Nagy Catherine Cagiannos
791
Thomas Chin and Stuart J Knechtle 61 Acute Care of Burns
801
Cardiopulmonary Transplantation 699
818
Wolf H Stapelfeldt 63 Advanced Imaging in the Intensive Care Unit
841
Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation 740
890
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