Economics of Critical Care Medicine, An Issue of Critical Care Clinics
Topics include: Why Economics Matters to Critical Care Clinicians, Overview of Health Economics: Basics Concept for Clinicians;Health Economic Methods; Costs of Critical Care Medicine; Economic Aspects of Sepsis and Severe Infections; Economic Aspects of Renal Failure and Acute Kidney Injury; Economic Aspects of Cardiovascular Disease; Economics of Mechanical Ventilation and Respiratory Failure and Comparative Effective Research and Health Care Reform.
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Chapter 3 Economics of ICU Organization and Management
Chapter 4 Economics of Mechanical Ventilation and Respiratory Failure
Chapter 5 The Economics of Sepsis
Chapter 6 The Economics of Cardiovascular Disease in the United States
Chapter 7 Economic Aspects of Preventing Health Care Associated Infections in the Intensive Care Unit
Chapter 8 The Economics of Renal Failure and Kidney Disease in Critically Ill Patients
Chapter 9 Economic and Outcomes Aspects of Venous Thromboembolic Disease
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