WilsonChristopher M. GrandeDavid B. Compiled internationally recognized experts in trauma critical care,this sourcediscusses the entire gamut of critical care management of the trauma patient and covers several common complications and conditions treated in surgical intensive care units that are not specifically related to trauma.
Utilizing evidence-based guidelines where they exist, this all-encompassing source expertly analyzes procedures in analgesia and sedation, patient monitoring, infection control, nutritional evaluation, psychological support, and end-of-life care. Chapter 2 Pulmonary Physiology Review. Chapter 3 Cardiovascular Physiology Review. Chapter 4 Clinical Pharmacology Review. Analgesia Sedation and Neuromuscular Blockade. Chapter 6 Neuromuscular Blockade for Truama and Critical Care.
Monitoring Considerations for Trauma and Critical Aedating rauma. Chapter 8 Respiratory Monitoring. Renal Fluid Electrolyte and AcidBase Considerations. Chapter 41 Pathogenesis and Evaluation of Renal Failure. Chapter 42 Renal Protective Agents in Trauma and Critical Care. Chapter 43 Dialysis Therapies. Chapter 44 Fluid and Electrolyte Disorders.
Chapter 45 Aedatiing Disorders. Infectious Disease and Antibiotic Considerations. Chapter 9 Cardiovascular Monitoring. Chapter 10 Splanchnic and Renal Monitoring. Chapter 11 Temperature Monitoring. Neurological Injuries and Considerations. Chapter 14 Management of Intracerebral Vascular Catastrophes. Chapter 15 Pediatric Neurological Trauma and Other Emergencies. Chapter 16 Brain Death and Organ Donation.
Cardiovascular Consideraations in Critical Care. Chapter 19 Myocardial Ischemia. Chapter 21 Transesophageal Echocardiography for Trauma and Critical Care. Chapter 22 Cardiopulmonary Mechanical Assist Devices. Pulmonary Considerations in Critical Care. Chapter 24 The Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Chapter 25 Critical Care Considerations Following Chest Trauma. Chapter 26 Respiratory Care. Chapter 27 Mechanical Rquma. Chapter 28 Weaning aedating rauma Mechanical Ventilation.
Chapter 29 Extubation adating the Difficult Airway and Endotracheal Tube Change in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit. Gastrointestinal Considerations in Critical Care. Chapter 31 Nutritional and Metabolic Evaulation and Monitoring. Chapter 32 Enteral Nutrition. Chapter 33 Parenteral Nutrition. Chapter 34 Abdominal Compartment Syndrome. Chapter 35 Liver Dysfunction in the Previously Well Patient.
Chapter 36 Acute Fulminant Hepatic Failure. Chapter 37 The Cirrhotic Patient. Chapter 38 Artificial Liver and Blood Cleansing Techniques. Chapter 39 Acute Pancreatitis and Pancreatic Injuries. Chapter 48 VentilatorAssociated Pneumonia. Chapter 49 Aedating rauma Vascular CatheterRelated Infection and Sepsis. Chapter 50 Abdominal Infections in Trauma and Critical Care. Chapter 52 Immunity and Immunodeficiency in Trauma and Critical Care.
Chapter 53 Antimicrobial Therapy. Hematological Disorders in Trauma and Critical Care. Chapter 55 Thrombocytopenia and Thrombocytosis. Chapter 56 Venous Thromboembolism. Chapter 57 Leukocytosis and Aedating rauma. Chapter 58 Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation. Chapter 59 Rational Use of Blood Products for Trauma and Critical Care. Endocrine and Autocrine Disorders in Critical Illness.
Chapter 61 Thyroid and Parathyroid Disorders in Critical Care. Chapter 62 Adrenal Suppression and Crisis. Cellular and Humoral Mediators. Psychological Support and Physical Rehabilitation. Chapter 65 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder aecating Trauma and Critical Care. Chapter 66 Rehabilitation for Trauma and Critical Care. Ethical Considerations and End of Life Care. Spiritual and Cultural Considerations. Chapter 69 Aeadting Care During the WIthholding or Withdrawal of Life Support.
Miscellaneous Trauma aedating rauma Critical Care Considerations. Chapter 71 Economics of Trauma and Critical Care. Chapter 72 Remote Management of Trauma and Critical Care. Chapter 73 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Trauma and Critical Care. Aedating rauma 74 Severity of Illness Scoring for Trauma and Critical Care. Results of the Third National Acute Spinal Cord Injury Randomized Controlled Trial.
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