Critical Care Medicine: Principles of Diagnosis and Management in the Adult / Edition 3

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Here’s the most clinically oriented critical care text focusing on the adult patient. In full-color and superbly illustrated with clinical photographs, imaging studies, and management algorithms, and with a broad multidisciplinary focus, this text will help you enhance your skills at any level of training.
  • Stands alone as a clinically oriented comprehensive reference.
  • Completely updated and authorship expanded to reflect the evolution in critical care practice.
  • In color for the first time, with new color schematics and treatment algorithms for greater ease of reference.
  • Utilizes key points lists at the end of chapter, to help you make decisions rapidly and easily.
  • Delivers key references that list other useful resources for information.
  • Includes these seven new chapters to keep you on the cutting edge of your specialty:
    • Assessment of Cardiac Filling and Blood Flow
    • Mechanical Ventilation of Obstructive Airways Disease
    • Mechanical Ventilation of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
    • Severe Sepsis and Multiple Organ Dysfunction
    • Stroke
    • Delirium, Psychosis, Sleep and Depression in the ICU
    • ICU Education
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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: David J. Dries, MD (University of Minnesota Medical School)
Description: This is an update of a multiauthored, comprehensive textbook of clinical aspects of critical care of the adult patient.
Purpose: A clinical "best practice" review for clinicians is provided.
Audience: Senior trainees and practitioners will benefit from this work. The authorship of the earlier editions was concentrated at the critical care program of the editors, but it has broadened to an international group of experts with this third edition.
Features: The book is organized in a traditional manner, beginning with common procedures and proceeding through organ system considerations. Significant attention is given to cardiovascular problems in the intensive care unit with an impressive group of chapters on hypovolemic, obstructive, cardiogenic, and distributive shock. Another enhancement is the inclusion of additional work on perioperative intensive care in the setting of injury, cardiac surgery, and surgical subspecialties. Chapters are well written and extensively referenced with citations dating to within two years of publication. The majority of chapters cite primary literature while occasionally including contemporary textbooks in reference lists. Flow diagrams, tables, line drawings, and radiographs reproduce with good quality. Another improvement is the addition of attractive color schemes to distinguish chapters in each section of the text. The table of contents divides chapters into nine parts and lists authorship, and a detailed subject index includes separate citations for figures, tables, and material contained in boxes.
Assessment: This book has matured significantly from the second edition published in 2003. The breadth of authorship increases the authority of chapters beyond the traditional strength of this book, the discussion of shock states. From cover to paper stock and presentation, production quality is greatly improved.
From the Publisher
"A superb text that will probably become a mainstay for the internal medicine intensivist. This book will make an excellent addition to the library of any intensive care unit." — Annals of Internal Medicine

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323048415
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 12/18/2007
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 1806
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 2.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I CRITICAL CARE PROCEDURES, MONITORING,
AND PHARMACOLOGY

1 Cardiac Arrest and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Wanchun Tang and Max Harry Weil

2 Airway Management in the Critically Ill Adult, G. G. Lavery and C. A. Jamison

3 Assessment of Cardiac Filling and Blood Flow, Amish Patel, Andrew Rhodes, and Richard Beale

4 Arterial, Central Venous, and Pulmonary Artery Catheters, Jean-Louis Vincent

5 Temporary Cardiac Pacing, Lawrence J. Gessman and Joseph E. Parrillo

6 Pericardial Tamponade: Clinical Presentation,
Diagnosis, and Catheter-Based Therapies, Hani Jneid, Andrew O. Maree, and Igor F. Palacios

7 Intra-aortic Balloon Counterpulsation, Zoltan G. Turi

8 Echocardiography, Sherif F. Nagueh and Priscilla J. Peters

9 General Principles of Mechanical Ventilation, Ismail Cinel, Smith Jean, and R. Phillip Dellinger

10 Ventilatory Management of Obstructive Airway Disease, John Marini

11 Mechanical Ventilation in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Luciano Gattinoni, Eleonora Carlesso, and Pietro Caironi

12 Bronchoscopy and Lung Biopsy in Critically Ill Patients, Thaddeus Bartter and Melvin R. Pratter

13 Noninvasive Respiratory Monitoring, Amal Jubran and Martin J. Tobin

14 Arterial Blood Gas Measurements, Robin Gross and William Peruzzi

15 Tracheostomy, Yaakov Friedman and Sabine Sobek

16 Chest Tube Thoracostomy, Vincent E. Lotano

17 Intracranial Monitoring, Alan R. Turtz

18 Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Jack T. Dinh and Adam B. Elfant

19 Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy, Boon Wee Teo, Nigel S. Kanagasundaram, and
Emil P. Paganini

20 Use of Sedatives, Analgesics, and Neuromuscular Blockers, Michael J. Murray, Lance J. Oyen, and William T. Browne

21 Principles of Drug Dosing in Critically Ill Patients, John W. Devlin and Jeffrey F. Barletta

Part II CRITICAL CARE CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

22 Shock: Classifi cation, Pathophysiology, and Approach to Management, Anand Kumar and Joseph E. Parrillo

23 Cardiogenic Shock, Steven M. Hollenberg and Joseph E. Parrillo

24 Septic Shock, Stephen Trzeciak, R. Phillip Dellinger, and Joseph E. Parrillo

25 Cardiac Tamponade, Zoltan G. Turi

26 Severe Sepsis and Multiple Organ Dysfunction, Sergio L. Zanotti-Cavazzoni,
R. Phillip Dellinger, and Joseph E. Parrillo

27 Hypovolemic Shock, A. B. J. Groeneveld

28 Traumatic Shock and Tissue Hypoperfusion: Nonsurgical Management, David J. Dries

29 Anaphylaxis and Anaphylactic Shock, Marilyn T. Haupt

30 Severe Heart Failure, Fredric Ginsberg and Joseph E. Parrillo

31 Acute Coronary Syndromes and Acute Myocardial Infarction, Steven Werns

32 Cardiac Arrhythmias, Lawrence J. Gessman and Richard Trohman

33 Valvular Heart Disease in Critical Care, Zoltan G. Turi

34 Acute Aortic Dissection, Jonathan H. Cilley, Jr., and Robert J. March

35 Hypertensive Crises, Sergio L. Zanotti-Cavazzoni

36 General Principles of Postoperative Intensive
Care Unit Care, Michael J. Hockstein and Philip S. Barie

37 Management of the Patient after Cardiac Surgery, Robert G. Johnson and C. Allen Bashour

Part III CRITICAL CARE PULMONARY DISEASE

38 Acute Respiratory Failure, David P. Gurka and Robert A. Balk

39 Life-Threatening Asthma, S. Sujanthy Rajaram and R. Phillip Dellinger

40 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Guillermo Domínguez-Cherit, Juan Gabriel Posadas-Calleja, and Delia Borunda

41 Hypoventilation and Respiratory Muscle Dysfunction, Franco Laghi

42 Nonpulmonary Causes of Respiratory Failure, Ramya Lotano

43 Pneumonia: Considerations for the Critically Ill Patient, Michael S. Niederman

44 Weaning from Mechanical Ventilation, Martin J. Tobin

45 Pulmonary Embolism, John D. Buckley, Daniel R. Ouellette, and John Popovich, Jr.

46 Pulmonary Hypertension, Lewis J. Rubin

47 Massive Hemoptysis, Susan Garwood, Charlie Strange, and Steven A. Sahn

48 Pneumothorax and Barotrauma, Ankur A. Karnik and Ashok M. Karnik

49 Toxic Gas, Fume, and Smoke Inhalation, M. Sean Kincaid, Sam R. Sharar, and Leonard D. Hudson

50 Immunologic Lung Disease in the Critically Ill, Gregory A. Schmidt and Gary W. Hunninghake

Part IV CRITICAL CARE INFECTIOUS DISEASE

51 Nosocomial Infection in the Intensive Care Unit, Dennis G. Maki, Christopher J. Crnich, and Nasia Safdar

52 Principles Governing Antimicrobial Therapy in the Intensive Care Unit, John Godke and George Karam

53 Antifungal and Antiviral Therapy, Luis Ostrosky-Zeichner and John H. Rex

54 Critically Ill Immunosuppressed Host, Henry Masur

55 Specifi c Infections with Critical Care Implications, Henry S. Fraimow and Annette C. Reboli

Part V RENAL DISEASE AND METABOLIC DISORDERS IN THE CRITICALLY ILL

56 Acute Renal Failure, Robert J. Anderson

57 Chronic Renal Failure, Robert J. Anderson

58 Acid-Base, Electrolyte, and Metabolic Abnormalities, Ahmad Bilal Faridi and Lawrence S. Weisberg

59 Acute Diabetic Emergencies, Hypoglycemia, and Glycemic Control, Michael Chansky and Ghada Haddad

60 Adrenal Insuffi ciency in the Critically Ill Patient, Robert W. Taylor

61 Thyroid Disorders, Susan S. Braithwaite

Part VI NEUROLOGIC DISEASE IN THE CRITICALLY ILL

62 Coma, Igor Ougorets and John J. Caronna

63 Neurologic Criteria for Death in Adults, Joseph A. Karam and John M. Luce

64 Stroke, Thomas R. Mirsen

65 Acute Neuromuscular Respiratory Failure in Myasthenia Gravis and Guillain-Barré Syndrome, Osman Samil Kozak and Eelco F. M. Wijdicks

66 Seizures in the Critically Ill, Thomas P. Bleck

67 Head Injury, Alan R. Turtz and H. Warren Goldman

Part VII PHYSICAL AND TOXIC INJURY IN THE CRITICALLY ILL

68 Critical Care Management of the Severely Burned Patient, Jeffery R. Saffle

69 Poisonings, Janice L. Zimmerman and Maria Rudis

70 Hypothermia, Hyperthermia, and Rhabdomyolysis, Sanjay Subramanian, J. Christopher Farmer, and Christopher McFadden

Part VIII ADMINISTRATIVE, ETHICAL, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES IN CARE OF THE
CRITICALLY ILL

71 Intensive Care Unit Administration and Performance Improvement, Sean Townsend and Carolyn Bekes

72 Ethical Considerations in Managing Critically Ill Patients, Marion Danis, Ezekial Emanuel, and Henry Silverman

73 Delirium, Sleep, and Mental Health Disturbances in Critical Illness, Pratik Pandharipande, James Jackson, and E. Wesley Ely

74 Severity Scoring Systems: Tools for the Evaluation of Patients and Intensive Care Units, Rui P. Moreno and Philipp G. H. Metnitz

75 Education and Training in Critical Care, Nandan Gautam, Hannah Reay, and Julian Bion

Part IX OTHER CRITICAL CARE DISORDERS AND ISSUES IN CARE OF THE CRITICALLY ILL

76 Diagnosis and Management of Liver Failure in the Adult, Nick Murphy

77 Gastrointestinal Bleeding, Louis Chaptini and Steven Peikin

78 Acute Pancreatitis, John C. Marshall

79 Hemorrhagic and Thrombotic Disorders, Neil A. Lachant

80 Use of Blood Components in the Intensive Care Unit, Judith A. Luce

81 Intensive Care of the Cancer Patient, Brendan D. Curti and Dan L. Longo

82 Critical Care Medicine in Pregnancy, Stephen E. Lapinsky

83 Nutrition Support, Richard G. Barton

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