Current Therapy in Critical Care Medicine
Mosby, 1997 - Medical - 430 pages
This new edition of Current Therapy in Critical Care Medicine continues to provide a concise but widespread overview of the therapeutic options for specific critical illness as practiced by the renowned contributors. Focusing primarily on therapy, this text discusses pathophysiology and diagnosis only to the extent that they affect the therapeutic decisions. Current Therapy serves as an update to the therapy chapters in Parrillo's larger text, Critical Care Medicine.
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