Practical Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine: Respiratory Failure
Zab Mosenifar, Guy W. Soo Hoo
CRC Press, Jan 20, 2006 - Medical - 448 pages
Specifically focusing on the immediate management and diagnosis of patients in the intensive care unit, this reference contains expert reviews and practical care recommendations for patients with acute respiratory failure. Packed with detailed descriptions of treatment procedures and quality figures throughout each chapter, this reference will stand as a must-have armamentarium of protocols and guidelines for efficient and effective patient care.
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1 Oxygen Therapy and Airway Management
III Airway Management
NonInvasive Ventilation in Critical Care
II Rationale for Use
III Clinical Conditions
IV Other Conditions
V Clinical Aspects of NIMV
III Who Requires Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation?
IV Site of Care for Patients with Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation
V What Are the Outcomes for Patients Requiring Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation?
VI Why Do Patients Become VentilatorDependent?
VII What Assessment Tools Are Available to Predict Weaning Outcome for Patients with Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation?
VIII What Is the Best Approach to Weaning Patients with Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation?
7 Procedures in the Intensive Care Unit
VI Monitoring the Response to Treatment
3 Modes of Mechanical Ventilation
II The Breath
IV Breath Types
V Breath Patterns or Modes
VI Fine Tuning the Ventilator Breath
4 Monitoring During Mechanical Ventilation
III Arterialized Capillary Blood Gases
V Blood Gas Monitors
VI Mixed Venous Blood Gases
VII Pulse Oximetry
VIII Gastric Tonometry and Sublingual PCO2
X Lung Mechanics and Graphics
XI Monitoring in Perspective
5 Weaning from Mechanical Ventilation
An Introductory Overview
III Predicting Weaning Success
IV Protocols and Pathways
V Weaning from Prolonged Ventilation
Conversations About Ventilation
Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation
II How Is Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation Defined and How Often Does It Occur?
III Central Venous Catheters
IV Pulmonary Artery Catheters
V Chest Tube Thoracostomy
II Specifications Indications and Contraindications
III Patient Preparation Sedation and Anesthesia
IV Insertion Techniques
VI PostProcedure Care
VIII Specific Diagnostic Indications
IX Specific Diagnostic and Therapeutic Indications
Indications and Options
XI Potential Therapeutic Indications
9 Percutaneous Tracheostomy
II Indications Benefits and Timing of Tracheostomy
How We Do It
VI OST vs PDT
Radiology in the Intensive Care Unit
III Devices Used in the ICU
IV Common Thoracic Abnormalities Encountered in the ICU
V Computerized Tomography
VI ImageGuided Interventional Procedures in the ICU
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