Irwin and Rippe's Intensive Care Medicine

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Richard S. Irwin, James M. Rippe
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008 - Medical - 2487 pages
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Thoroughly updated for its Sixth Edition, this classic reference remains an unsurpassed source of definitive, practical guidance on adult patient care in the ICU. It provides encyclopedic, multidisciplinary coverage of both medical and surgical intensive care and includes a "how-to" atlas of procedures and a new section on noninvasive monitoring.

Each Sixth Edition chapter, for the first time, identifies Advances in Management based on randomized controlled clinical trials. The cardiology section has been completely rewritten to reflect advances in management of acute coronary syndromes. Also included are extensive updates on management of COPD, diabetes, oncologic emergencies, and overdoses and poisonings.

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Contents

Neil Aronin M D Stephen M Cohn M D F A C
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Ray E Clouse M D Holtz Childrens Hospital
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Section Editors XV 12 Tracheostomy 112
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Urinary Tract Infections
1080
ImmunoCompromised Host
1102
Intensive Care of Patients With
1112
Infectious Complications of Drug
1119
Tuberculosis
1126
Botulism
1136
Serious Epidemic Viral
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Central Venous Catheters 19 Endoscopic Placement of Feeding
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145
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Arterial Line Placement and Care 68
38
Pulmonary Artery Catheters
48
Temporary Cardiac Pacing 66 Cystostomy 159
66
Becker
80
Chest Tube Insertion and Care
86
Drainage
181
Arterial Puncture for Blood Gas John A Paraskos and Alan A Orquiola
212
MINIMIALLY INVASIVE
228
Alan Lisbon
235
Indirect Calorimetry
256
Neurologic and Intracranial Pressure
274
Echocardiography in the Intensive Care
289
Monitoring Gastrointestinal Tract
303
Respiratory Monitoring during Mechanical
311
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CARDIOVASOULAR
325
HEMATOLOGIC
327
Management of Advanced Heart
337
Valvular Heart Disease 647
347
Critical Care of Pericardial Disease
366
Acute Aortic Syndromes 677
377
Cardiac Trauma
399
Unstable AnginaNonSTSegment
408
STElevation Myocardial Infarction
428
Mechanical Complications of Myocardial
443
Ventricular Tachycardia
452
Supraventricular Tachycardia
464
Bradyarrhythmias and Temporary
480
PULMONARY PROBLEMS
489
Acute
497
Status
516
Chronic
531
Embolism and Deep Venous
575
Managing Hemoptysis
588
Pulmonary Hypertension
614
Ill Patient
625
MeChanical Ventilation Part
643
Patient
660
Chest Radiographic Examination
724
ACute Inhalation Injury
755
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Severe Upper Airway Infections
804
ACute Infectious Pneumonia
822
Lung Biopsy
848
Sleep Issues in the Intensive Care Unit
856
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Alkalosis
884
DiSOrders of Plasma Sodium and Plasma
898
ACute Renal Failure in the Intensive Care
926
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INFECTIOUS DISEASE
1013
of Infection in the Critically
1023
Prevention and Control
1038
Central Nervous System Infections
1044
176
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177
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Infections Associated with Vascular
1072
Bleeding
1173
Stress Ulcer Syndrome
1181
Fulminant Colitis and Toxic
1194
Hepatic Dysfunction
1224
ENDOORINE PROBLEMS
1243
John P Mordes
1256
and John P Mordes
1271
DiSOrders of Mineral Metabolism
1287
Hypoglycemia
1294
F Marc Stewart
1314
Common Congenital Bleeding
1335
The Hemolytic Anemias
1385
Blood Components
1401
Oncologic Emergencies
1418
Acetaminophen Poisoning
1460
Alcohol and Glycol Poisoning
1469
Antiarrhythmic Agents
1486
Anticonvulsant Pois0ning
1502
Antidepressant Poisoning
1513
Antipsychotic Poisoning
1525
BetaBlocker Poisoning
1539
Cardiac Glycoside Poisoning
1551
Cocaine Poisoning
1563
Cyclooxygenase Inhibitor Nonsteroidal
1578
Heavy Metal Poisoning
1601
Hydrocarbon Poisoning
1618
Hydrofluoric Acid Poisoning
1626
Lithium Poisoning
1639
Pesticide Poisoning
1660
Phencyclidine and Hallucinogen
1678
SedativeHypnotic Agent Poisoning
1685
Sympathomimetic Poisoning
1694
Chemical Agents of Mass
1717
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Prevention
1815
Stephen M Cohn
1828
The Management of Sepsis
1855
Multiple Organ Dysfunction
1870
Traumatic Brain and Spine Injury
1878
ThoraCiC Trauma
1901
Abdominal Trauma
1919
Pelvic and Lower Extremity Injuries
1938
the Intensive Care Unit
1955
Metabolic Encephalopathy
1967
Nervous System
1976
CerebrovaSCular Disease
1987
GuillainBarré Syndrome
2007
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Critical Care Problems in Heart
2070
Care of the Pancreas Transplant
2078
Transplant Recipients
2133
Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation
2150
Section 15
2170
194
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Intensive Care Unit
2186
DiseaseSpecific Nutrition
2202
Anaphylaxis 2243 206 Medical EthicS and EndofLife Care
2339
Dermatology in the Intensive 207 Assessing the Value and Impact of Critical
2350
VaSCulitis in the Intensive Care Unit 2276 Andrew F Shorr William L JacksOn Jr
2360
Girard and E Wesley
2370
John Querques Thomas L Higgins and Jay S Steingrub
2388
Suicide 2320 Calculations Commonly Used
2399
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Dr. Rippe is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Medical School with post graduate training at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is currently the Founder and Director of the Rippe Lifestyle Institute in Shrewsbury, MA and Associate Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) at Tufts University School of Medicine.

In addition to serving as Editor of the Journal of Intensive Care Medicine, Dr. Rippe also edits a major textbook teaching physicians about diverse aspects of cardiovascular medicine and the impact of lifestyle decisions on good health. This textbook, Lifestyle Medicine, (Blackwell Science, 1999) is the first textbook to guide physicians in the diverse aspects of how to incorporate lifestyle recommendations into the practice of modern medicine. His intensive care textbook, Irwin and Rippe s Intensive Care Medicine (5th edition, 2003; co-edited with Dr. Richard Irwin) is the world s leading textbook on intensive and coronary care.

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