The Michigan Critical Care Handbook: Physiology, Pharmacology, Treatment Algorithms, Scoring Systems: 1,000 Indispensable Facts, Figures, and Graphs for the Adult ICU / Edition 13

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This pocket-sized companion to Dr. Bartlett's Critical Care Physiology brings you unique charts, tables, diagrams, and algorithms - on laminated "write on/wipe off" reusable pages - for monitoring and managing your critically ill patients. Now in its 13th edition, this popular, time-tested handbook focuses on physiology, pathophysiology, and macro physiologic management of acutely ill patients and presents the protocols for patient care used in the surgical intensive care units at the University of Michigan Medical Center.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: David J. Dries, MD (University of Minnesota Medical School)
Description: This is the 13th edition of a handbook containing data applicable to daily practice of critical care medicine.
Purpose: The author provides in succinct form charts, tables, diagrams, and algorithms necessary for management of clinical situations encountered in the intensive care unit.
Audience: This reference may be used by the critical care practitioner at any level. The student or trainee is the optimal audience for this work. The author is internationally recognized for application of cardiopulmonary physiology to support the failing lungs and circulation.
Features: This 40-page handbook is divided into 16 sections, beginning with oxygen transport and hemodynamic management. Ventilator management, oxygenation, and carbon dioxide removal algorithms follow. Subsequent sections include fluid and electrolyte management, metabolism, nutrition, acid base, and renal function. The work concludes with summaries of host-defense mechanisms, including coagulation and infection. Scoring systems used in the intensive care unit and critical care medication dosages complete this work. All figures are in black-and-white and are easily read. Flow charts are included with a common sense approach to common hemodynamic and respiratory problems. Where general agreement exists, medication dosage is provided. Perhaps most significantly, all pages are embossed to provide protection against fluid contact and staining, which is common in the intensive care unit.
Assessment: This book is a tool for the intensivist oriented to the physiologic basis of critical care. As the author claims, the majority of situations encountered can be addressed in some way by the material in this handbook. Nonetheless, this work is not always user friendly. No text explanation is provided with most tables and figures. Knowledge of physiology and applied pathophysiology is essential to enjoyment of this work. Typographical errors are few and controversial topics have been avoided. The section on scoring systems could be updated.
David J. Dries
This is the 13th edition of a handbook containing data applicable to daily practice of critical care medicine. The author provides in succinct form charts, tables, diagrams, and algorithms necessary for management of clinical situations encountered in the intensive care unit. This reference may be used by the critical care practitioner at any level. The student or trainee is the optimal audience for this work. The author is internationally recognized for application of cardiopulmonary physiology to support the failing lungs and circulation. This 40-page handbook is divided into 16 sections, beginning with oxygen transport and hemodynamic management. Ventilator management, oxygenation, and carbon dioxide removal algorithms follow. Subsequent sections include fluid and electrolyte management, metabolism, nutrition, acid base, and renal function. The work concludes with summaries of host-defense mechanisms, including coagulation and infection. Scoring systems used in the intensive care unit and critical care medication dosages complete this work. All figures are in black-and-white and are easily read. Flow charts are included with a common sense approach to common hemodynamic and respiratory problems. Where general agreement exists, medication dosage is provided. Perhaps most significantly, all pages are embossed to provide protection against fluid contact and staining, which is common in the intensive care unit. This book is a tool for the intensivist oriented to the physiologic basis of critical care. As the author claims, the majority of situations encountered can be addressed in some way by the material in this handbook. Nonetheless, this work is not always user friendly.No text explanation is provided with most tables and figures. Knowledge of physiology and applied pathophysiology is essential to enjoyment of this work. Typographical errors are few and controversial topics have been avoided. The section on scoring systems could be updated.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780316082686
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Edition description: 13th ed
  • Edition number: 13
  • Pages: 40

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Oxygen Kinetics 2
Oxygen Consumption/Delivery and Shock 4
Hemodynamics 6
Respiration 10
Oxygenation 12
Carbon Dioxide Removal 14
Metabolism and Nutrition 18
Renal Function 20
Fluids and Electrolytes 24
Acid-Base Status 25
Nervous System 26
Host Defenses/Coagulation 28
Host Defenses/Infection 30
Scoring Systems 32
Critical Care Drug Doses 37
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