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Practical Emergency Resuscitation and Critical Care

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  • Editors:
  • Kaushal Shah, Department of Emergency Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York
  • Jarone Lee, Department of Emergency Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
  • Kamal Medlej, American University of Beirut
  • Scott D. Weingart, Department of Emergency Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York
Raghu Seethala, Ken Bernard, Brandy Ferguson, Seth Trueger, Nelson Wong, Robert L. Sherwin, Bram Dolcourt, Julie Mayglothing, Benjamin Schnapp, Jacob Isserman, Ani Aydin, Vishal Demla, Samantha Wood, Jayaram Chelluri, Jeffrey Pepin, Katrina Harper, Kaushal Shah, Jonathan Friedstat, Jeremy Goverman, Shawn Fagan, Michael N. Cocchi, Joshua W. Joseph, Ashley L. Greiner, Jonathan C. Roberts, Timothy C. Peck, Matthew L. Wong, John W. Hardin, Cristal Cristia, Todd Seigel, Steven Rougas, Joshua Jauregui, Chad Van Ginkel, Stephen Hendriksen, Brandon Maughan, Gregory Hayward, Jennifer Carey, Nadine Himelfarb, Elena Kapilevich, Susan Wilcox, Brian Geyer, Andrew Eyre, Elisabeth Lessenich, Karen Kinnaman, Liza Gonen Smith, Ruth Lamm, Bina Vasantharam, Joel Moll, Carmelle Tabuteau, Payal Modi, Ted Stettner, John Woodruff, Abigail Hankin, Heather Meissen, Matthew Nicholls, Carolyn Maher Overman, Jeffrey N. Siegelman, Sarah Fisher, Carla Haack, Kathryn A. Seal, Sam Kini, Byron Pitts, John Lemos, John E. Arbo, Chanu Rhee, Feras Khan, Jeremy Gonda, Graham Walker, Calvin Hwang, Joseph E. Tonna, Nolan Caldwell, Casey Grover, Charles Lei, Syed S. Ali, Laura Medford-Davis, Navdeep Sekhon, Calvin Lee, Nathan Allen, Sandra Williams, Jennifer Carnell, Lindsay Oelze, Zubaid Rafique, Candace Pettigrew, Brandon Godbout, Benjamin Zabar, Kirill Shishlov, Daniel Rolston, Jolene Nakoa, Jarone Lee, Kamal Medlej, Sebastian Siadecki, Amy Caggiula, Daniel Herbert-Cohen, Viral Patel, Daniel Lepp, Ashley Shreves
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  • Date Published: December 2013
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107626850

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  • Acute resuscitation and care of unstable and critically ill patients can be a daunting experience for all trainees in the emergency department or the intensive care unit. The practical, easy-to-read and evidence-based information in Practical Emergency Resuscitation and Critical Care will help all physicians understand and begin management of these patients. This book offers the collaborative expertise of dozens of critical care physicians from different specialities, including but not limited to: emergency medicine, surgery, medicine and anaesthesia. Divided into sections by medical entities, it covers essential topics that are likely to be encountered in the emergency department where critical care often begins. The portable format and bullet point style content allows all practitioners instant access to the principle information that is necessary for the diagnosis and management of critical care patients.

    • Provides portable access to the 'nuts and bolts' management of the critically ill patient
    • Bullet point format renders content easy to read and remember
    • Offers accurate, evidence-based and clinically relevant material
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    • Date Published: December 2013
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107626850
    • length: 504 pages
    • dimensions: 233 x 156 x 23 mm
    • weight: 0.77kg
    • contains: 44 b/w illus. 138 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    Part I. General Critical Care:
    1. Shock
    2. Monitoring
    3. Airway management
    4. Mechanical ventilation
    5. The boarding ICU patient in the Emergency Department
    Part II. Trauma:
    6. General trauma principles
    7. Severe traumatic brain injury
    8. Spinal cord trauma
    9. Neck trauma
    10. Thoracic trauma
    11. Solid organ abdominal trauma
    12. Severe pelvic trauma
    13. Compartment syndrome
    14. Soft tissue injury: crush injury, arterial injury, and open fractures
    15. Burns
    Part III. Neurologic Emergencies:
    16. Ischemic strokes
    17. Intracranial hemorrhage
    18. Status epilepticus
    19. Acute spinal cord compression
    Part IV. Cardiovascular Emergencies:
    20. Acute coronary syndrome
    21. Tachyarrhythmias
    22. Bradyarrhythmias
    23. Post cardiac arrest
    24. Acute decompensated heart failure
    25. Aortic dissection
    26. Pericarditis and myocarditis
    27. Hypertensive emergencies
    28. Valvular diseases
    Part V. Respiratory Emergencies:
    29. Upper airway emergencies
    30. Asthma
    31. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
    32. Acute respiratory distress syndrome
    33. Massive hemoptysis
    34. Pulmonary embolism
    Part VI. Gastrointestinal Emergencies:
    35. Gastrointestinal bleeding
    36. Abdominal aortic aneurysms
    37. Acute pancreatitis
    38. Fulminant hepatic failure
    39. Acute mesenteric
    40. The surgical abdomen
    41. Abdominal compartment syndrome
    42. Esophageal perforation and mediastinitis
    43. Small bowel obstruction
    Part VII. Renal Emergencies:
    44. Acid-base interpretation
    45. Common electrolyte disorders (Na, K, Ca, Mg)
    46. Acute kidney injury and emergent dialysis
    47. Rhabdomyolysis
    Part VIII. Hematology-Oncology Emergencies:
    48. Reversal of anticoagulation
    49. Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura/hemolytic uremic syndrome (TTP/HUS)
    50. Neutropenic fever
    51. Tumor lysis syndrome
    52. Sickle cell emergencies
    Part IX. Infectious Disease Emergencies:
    53. Severe sepsis and septic shock
    54. Pneumonia
    55. Meningitis and encephalitis
    56. Infective endocarditis
    57. Necrotizing soft tissue skin infections
    58. Complications of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)
    Part X. Endocrine Emergencies:
    59. Diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperglycemic hyperosmolar
    60. Thyroid storm
    61. Adrenal crisis
    62. Pheochromocytoma
    Part XI. Environmental Emergencies:
    63. Anaphylaxis
    64. Hyperthermia
    65. Hypothermia
    66. Overdoses
    Part XII. End of Life:
    67. Care of the dying patient
    Index.

  • Editors

    Kaushal Shah, Department of Emergency Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York
    Kaushal Shah is Residency Director for the Emergency Medicine residency at Mt Sinai in New York City. He is also Chair of the SAEM Trauma Interest Group, and Chair of the Education Committee for the New York chapter of ACEP.

    Jarone Lee, Department of Emergency Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
    Jarone Lee is Critical Care Attending, Instructor in Surgery, Division of Trauma, Emergency Surgery, Surgical Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Emergency Medicine Attending, Department of Emergency Medicine, St Elizabeth's Medical Center, Boston, MA, USA.

    Kamal Medlej, American University of Beirut
    Kamal Medlej is Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, American University of Beirut Medical Center, Beirut, Lebanon.

    Scott D. Weingart, Department of Emergency Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York
    Scott D. Weingart is an attending in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Elmhurst Hospital Center and an Associate Professor and the Director of ED Critical Care at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NY, USA.

    Contributors

    Raghu Seethala, Ken Bernard, Brandy Ferguson, Seth Trueger, Nelson Wong, Robert L. Sherwin, Bram Dolcourt, Julie Mayglothing, Benjamin Schnapp, Jacob Isserman, Ani Aydin, Vishal Demla, Samantha Wood, Jayaram Chelluri, Jeffrey Pepin, Katrina Harper, Kaushal Shah, Jonathan Friedstat, Jeremy Goverman, Shawn Fagan, Michael N. Cocchi, Joshua W. Joseph, Ashley L. Greiner, Jonathan C. Roberts, Timothy C. Peck, Matthew L. Wong, John W. Hardin, Cristal Cristia, Todd Seigel, Steven Rougas, Joshua Jauregui, Chad Van Ginkel, Stephen Hendriksen, Brandon Maughan, Gregory Hayward, Jennifer Carey, Nadine Himelfarb, Elena Kapilevich, Susan Wilcox, Brian Geyer, Andrew Eyre, Elisabeth Lessenich, Karen Kinnaman, Liza Gonen Smith, Ruth Lamm, Bina Vasantharam, Joel Moll, Carmelle Tabuteau, Payal Modi, Ted Stettner, John Woodruff, Abigail Hankin, Heather Meissen, Matthew Nicholls, Carolyn Maher Overman, Jeffrey N. Siegelman, Sarah Fisher, Carla Haack, Kathryn A. Seal, Sam Kini, Byron Pitts, John Lemos, John E. Arbo, Chanu Rhee, Feras Khan, Jeremy Gonda, Graham Walker, Calvin Hwang, Joseph E. Tonna, Nolan Caldwell, Casey Grover, Charles Lei, Syed S. Ali, Laura Medford-Davis, Navdeep Sekhon, Calvin Lee, Nathan Allen, Sandra Williams, Jennifer Carnell, Lindsay Oelze, Zubaid Rafique, Candace Pettigrew, Brandon Godbout, Benjamin Zabar, Kirill Shishlov, Daniel Rolston, Jolene Nakoa, Jarone Lee, Kamal Medlej, Sebastian Siadecki, Amy Caggiula, Daniel Herbert-Cohen, Viral Patel, Daniel Lepp, Ashley Shreves

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