Neurocritical Care (Pittsburgh Critical Care Medicine)

Neurocritical Care (Pittsburgh Critical Care Medicine)

Lori Shutter, Bradley Molyneaux, John A. Kellum
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In recent years, neurocritical care has grown and matured as a subspecialty of Critical Care Medicine with the advent of new monitoring, diagnostic, and therapeutic capabilities. The goal of neurocritical care is to rapidly deliver acute medical therapies and appropriate interventions through effective monitoring of both neurological and end organ function. Neurocritical Care provides 'at the bedside' guidance on the medical knowledge and technical skills required to care for critically ill patients with neurologic conditions such as cerebrovascular disorders, neurotrama, neuro-oncology, refractory seizures, neuromuscular diseases, infections, alterations in consciousness, and perioperative neurosurgical care. Part of the Pittsburgh Critical Care Medicine series, this compact volume is an ideal reference for physicians and trainees working in either a general ICU or specialty Neuro ICU unit. Readers will gain an understanding of background knowledge and concrete solutions to questions and situations encountered in daily practice.
"Health care providers involved in the care of critically ill patients with neurological conditions would do well to read this book, which fits into every coat pocket." — Lea C. Kistler, MD and Markus M. Luedi, MD, Anesthesia & Analgesia
"This book can be recommended for its concise but effective text. Providers caring for neurological patients in the critical care unit will find at least brief discussions of the vast majority of problems seen in this setting." — Doody's Review
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Year:
2018
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
Language:
english
Pages:
329
ISBN 10:
0199375364
ISBN 13:
9780199375363
Series:
Pittsburgh Critical Care Medicine
File:
PDF, 14.06 MB
IPFS:
CID , CID Blake2b
english, 2018
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