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A new edition of what has become a state-of-the-art reference text on monitoring, including the simplest non-invasive procedures to the most complex and highly technical procedures
"...complete detail on monitoring, from the simplest non- invasive techniques to the most complex, technical procedures...contains a new, full-color insert emphasizing the numerous capabilities of TEE."
SECTION 1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES: A Philosophy of Monitoring. The Senses as Monitors. The Decline and Fall. Human Factor Issues in Monitoring. Monitoring and Patient Safety. Cost-Benefit Analysis in Monitoring SECTION II MONITORING the CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM: Blood Pressure Monitoring: Invasive and Non-Invasive. Electrocardiographic Monitoring for Myocardial Ischemia. Electrocardiographic Monitoring for Arrhythmias. Central Venous Pressure Monitoring. Pulmonary Artery Catheterization. Transesophageal Echocardiography SECTION III MONITORING the RESPIRATORY SYSTEM: Respiratory Monitoring. Monitoring Anesthetic and Respiratory Gases. Pulse Oximetry. Blood Gas Monitoring SECTION IV MONITORING the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: The Electroencephalogram and Evoked Potential Monitoring. Monitoring Anesthetic Depth. Neuroanesthesia Monitoring. Monitoring Intracranial Pressure SECTION V MISCELLANEOUS MONITORING: Temperature Monitoring. Monitoring Renal Function. Monitoring Metabolic Indices and Coagulation/Haemostasis. Monitoring Neuromuscular Function. Automation and Anesthesia Information Management. Monitoring in Unusual Environments SECTION VI MONITORING and SUBSPECIALTIES: Special Monitoring Conditions in Cardiac Anesthesia. Monitoring in the Pediatric Patient. Monitoring in Obstetric Anesthesia. Monitoring in the Critical Care Unit. Monitoring Modalities of the Future Index