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This comprehensive reference covers all aspects of pediatric critical care in a well-illustrated easily readable format. Organ-specific sections address basic functions and common disorders, and specific problems encountered in the ICU are discussed. Special topics such as immunity and infection, pharmacology, trauma and burns, and environmental hazards are also covered.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Richelle Monier, MD (Ochsner Clinic Foundation)
Description: This is the third edition of a comprehensive review of the field of pediatric critical care. The second edition was published in 1998.
Purpose: This edition was written in an attempt to provide an extensive revision, reorganization, and rewrite to reflect the tremendous growth in the field. It is also constructed to provide a tighter integration of science and practice. The authors have fulfilled these worthy objectives.
Audience: It is written for students, residents, fellows, and pediatric intensivists.
Features: The book is organized based on various organ systems. It does an excellent job of reviewing recent scientific advances and incorporating them into the pathophysiology and treatment of pediatric critical care patients.
Assessment: This high quality book is one of the two major textbooks in this field and it complements the other one, Textbook of Pediatric Intensive Care, 3rd edition (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1996). This book, however, provides the reader with clinical descriptions that are extensively integrated with bench research. This latest edition justifies replacing the previous edition due to the tremendous growth of new information in the field.
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"The Trauma and Burns section is the best pediatric trauma reference I have encountered in any text" —Critical Care Medicine

"A text that has become the standard in most pediatric ICUs."—JAMA

"The current edition of this textbook is advertised as the 'text that has become the standard in most pediatric intensive care units.' This latest edition certainly aspires to this billing as its 119 chapters in 1,871 pages combine a thorough overview of the medical specialty with a comprehensive organ systems approach to basic science, physiology and clinical medicine...Overall, this reference textbook provides a solid and complete overview of pediatric intensive care practice...[T]his current edition of Pediatric Critical Care will certainly become a standard 'one-stop' reference text for consultants, fellows, and residents in pediatric critical care." —Canadian Journal of Anesthesia

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323018081
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 12/23/2005
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 1904
  • Product dimensions: 10.98 (w) x 8.48 (h) x 2.27 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Multidisciplinary critical care and the role of the subspecialist in the pediatric intensive care unit 3
2 History of pediatric critical care 7
3 Pediatric critical care and the intensivist in the new hospital environment 15
4 The nurse in pediatric critical care 20
5 Research in pediatric critical care 29
6 Proving the point : evidence-based medicine in pediatric critical care 58
7 Outcome prediction in pediatric critical care 65
8 Safety and quality assessment in the pediatric intensive care unit 73
9 Information technology in critical care 84
10 Family-centered care in the pediatric intensive care unit 106
11 Ethics in pediatric intensive care 117
12 Ethical issues in death and dying 126
13 Pediatric transplantation and organ donation 132
14 Pediatric transport : shifting the paradigm to improve patient outcome 141
15 Pediatric vascular access and centeses
16 Pediatric intensive care in developing countries 183
17 Structure and function of the heart 203
18 Regional circulation 225
19 Principles of invasive monitoring 251
20 Assessment of cardiovascular function 265
21 Echocardiography and noninvasive diagnosis 273
22 Diagnostic and therapeutic cardiac catheterization 285
23 Pharmacology of the cardiovascular system 298
24 Cardiopulmonary interactions 332
25 Myocardial dysfunction, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, and ventricular assist devices 346
26 Disorders of cardiac rhythm 365
27 Shock states 394
28 Cardiac bypass for repair of congenital heart disease in infants and children 411
29 Cardiac intensive care 419
30 Cardiac transplantation 465
31 Structure of the respiratory system 475
32 Pediatric airway management 485
33 Physiology of the respiratory system 510
34 Control of breathing and acute respiratory failure 521
35 Assessment and monitoring of respiratory function 530
36 Ventilation/perfusion mismatch 536
37 Mechanical dysfunction of the respiratory system 543
38 Noninvasive monitoring in children 557
39 Specific diseases of the respiratory system : upper airway 571
40 Asthma 588
41 Neonatal respiratory disease 608
42 Pneumonitis and interstitial disease 630
43 Diseases of pulmonary circulation 659
44 Mechanical ventilation and respiratory care 683
45 Ventilator-induced lung injury 719
46 Acute respiratory distress syndrome in children 731
47 Extracorporeal life support 744
48 Development, structure, and function of the brain and neuromuscular systems 767
49 Neuroimaging 780
50 Pediatric neurologic assessment and monitoring 804
51 Congenital malformations of the brain and spinal cord 817
52 Intracranial hypertension and brain monitoring 828
53 Postoperative neurosurgical intensive care 846
54 Coma and depressed sensorium 855
55 Status epilepticus 865
56 Acute neuromuscular diseases and disorders 876
57 Acute pediatric central nervous system infections 891
58 Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy : pathobiology and therapy of the postresuscitation syndrome in children 904
59 Renal structure and function 929
60 Electrolyte management in pediatric critical illness 939
61 Acid-base disorders 958
62 Tests of renal function 990
63 Renal pharmacology 999
64 Glomerulotubular dysfunction and acute renal failure 1007
65 Pediatric renal replacement therapy in the intensive care unit 1032
66 Hypertension in the pediatric intensive care unit 1040
67 Cellular bioenergetic pathways and processes 1054
68 Nutrition in the critically ill child 1068
69 Inborn errors of metabolism 1085
70 Disorders of the endocrine system relevant to pediatric critical illness 1105
71 Diabetic ketoacidosis 1125
72 Structure and function of hematopoietic organs 1145
73 Thromboembolism in pediatric critical care patients 1156
74 Hematology and oncology problems in the intensive care unit 1173
75 Basics of transfusion medicine 1185
76 Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation 1199
77 Hemoglobinopathy 1214
78 Gastrointestinal structure and function 1227
79 Disorders and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and liver 1243
80 Gastrointestinal pharmacology 1258
81 Acute liver failure, liver transplantation, and extracorporeal liver support 1272
82 Acute abdomen 1285
83 The innate immune system 1293
84 Infection and the host response 1299
85 Congenital immunodeficiency 1320
86 Acquired immune dysfunction 1330
87 Bacterial infection, antimicrobial use, and antibiotic-resistant organisms in the pediatric intensive care unit 1348
88 Life-threatening viral disease and its treatment 1361
89 Infectious syndromes in the pediatric intensive care unit 1374
90 Nosocomial infection in the pediatric intensive care unit : epidemiology and control 1394
91 Rheumatic diseases and their treatment 1422
92 Genomic and proteomic medicine in critical care 1434
93 Molecular foundations of cellular injury : apoptosis and necrosis 1444
94 Endotheliopathy 1453
95 Neuroendocrine-immune mediator coordination and disarray in critical illness 1462
96 Sepsis 1474
97 Pediatric multiple organ dysfunction syndrome 1494
98 Principles of toxin assessment and screening 1511
99 Toxidromes and their treatment 1521
100 Bites and stings 1532
101 Heat injury 1544
102 Cold injury 1551
103 Near-drowning 1556
104 Burn and inhalation injuries 1565
105 Evaluation, stabilization and initial management after multiple trauma 1579
106 Child abuse and neglect 1586
107 Severe traumatic brain injury in infants and children 1595
108 Thoracic injuries in children 1618
109 Abdominal trauma in pediatric critical care 1626
110 Principles of drug disposition in the critically ill child 1639
111 Molecular aspects of drug actions : from receptors to effectors 1659
112 Adverse drug reactions and drug-drug interactions 1678
113 Organ system considerations that affect anesthetic management 1707
114 Anesthetic principles and operating room anesthesia regimens 1719
115 Neuromuscular blocking agents 1729
116 Sedation and analgesia 1748
117 Malignant hyperthermia 1780
118 Physiologic foundations of cardiopulmonary resuscitation 1795
119 Pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation 1824
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