Principles and Practice of Mechanical Ventilation / Edition 1by Martin J. Tobin
Pub. Date: 05/01/1994
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
The definitive text/reference book on mechanical ventilation edited and written by practitioners who are among the foremost authorities in this area. The book presents comprehensive coverage of the latest advances in the delivery of ventilator support to critically ill patients and describes the clinical management of virtually all disease states encountered in practice. This book helps physicians integrate new technologies with practical guidelines for patient support.
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Table of ContentsPart I: Historical Background.
Part II: Physical Basis of Mechanical Ventilation.
Part III: Indications.
Part IV: Conventional Methods of Ventilator Support.
Part V: Alternative Methods of Ventilator Support.
Part VI: Noninvasive Methods of Ventilator Support.
Part VII: Unconventional Methods of Ventilator Support.
Part VIII: Ventilator Support in Specific Settings.
Part IX: Physiological Effects of Mechanical Ventilation.
Part X: Artificial Airways and Management.
Part XI: Complications in Ventilator Support Patients.
Part XII: Evaluation and Monitoring of Ventilator-Supported Patients.
Part XIII: Management of the Ventilator-Support Patient.
Part XIV: Ethics and Economics.
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