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Author Rabinovici, Reuven.

Title Trauma, Critical Care and Surgical Emergencies
Published Hoboken : CRC Press, 2010
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Description 1 online resource (594 pages)
Contents Front Cover; Contents; Preface; Evidence-based Medicine in Emergency Surgical Care; Chapter 1. Fluid resuscitation for the trauma patient; Chapter 2. Complex Airway; Chapter 3. Major blunt head injury; Chapter 4. Minor blunt head injury in the intoxicated patient; Chapter 5. Stab wound to the carotid artery; Chapter 6. Cervical Spine Fracture with Quadriplegia; Chapter 7. Blunt thoracic aortic injury; Chapter 8. Transmediastinal penetrating trauma; Chapter 9. Diaphragmatic injury following penetrating trauma; Chapter 10. Blunt liver injury; Chapter 11. Blunt splenic injury
Chapter 12. Penetrating renal injuriesChapter 13. Blunt pancreaticoduadenal injury; Chapter 14. Penetrating colon injury; Chapter 15. Rectal injury with pelvic fracture; Chapter 16. Abdominal aortic injury; Chapter 17. Blunt pelvic fracture with hemoperitoneum; Chapter 18. The mangled extremity; Chapter 19. Damage Control Laparotomy; Chapter 20. The pulseless trauma patient; Chapter 21. Related blast injury; Chapter 22. Pediatric blunt trauma; Chapter 23. Blunt trauma in pregnancy; Chapter 24. Acute respiratory failure; Chapter 25. Ventilator-associated pneumonia
Chapter 26. Acute respiratory distress syndrome Chapter 27. Weaning and liberation from mechanical ventilation; Chapter 28. Deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism; Chapter 29. Shock; Chapter 30. Perioperative management of a patient undergoing noncardiac surgery; Chapter 31. Postoperative cardiac arrythmias; Chapter 32. Oliguria; Chapter 33. Hyponatremia in the surgical intensive care unit; Chapter 34. Glycemic control in the critically ill surgical patient; Chapter 35. Postoperative anemia: Risks, benefits, and triggers for blood transfusion
Chapter 36. Nutritional considerations in the surgical intensive care unitChapter 37. Pain, agitation, and delirium; Chapter 38. Care of the potential organ donor; Chapter 39. End of life care in the ICU: Ethical considerations a family-centered, multidisciplinary approach ; Chapter 40. Acute trauma-related coagulopathy; Chapter 41. Adrenal insufficiency in critical illness; Chapter 42. Sepsis; Chapter 43. Catheter-related infections; Chapter 44. Special Populations in Trauma; Chapter 45. Ultrasound in the intensive care unit; Chapter 46. Appendicitis
Chapter 47. Bariatric Surgery ComplicationsChapter 48. Diverticulitis; Chapter 49. Perforated peptic ulcers; Chapter 50. Acute mesenteric ischemia; Chapter 51. Acute cholecystitis; Chapter 52. Acute pancreatitis; Chapter 53. Incarcerated femoral and inguinal hernias; Chapter 54. Esophageal perforation; Chapter 55. Acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding; Chapter 56. Acute lower GI hemorrhage; Chapter 57. Perirectal and perineal sepsis; Chapter 58. Necrotizing soft tissue infections; Chapter 59. Acute intestinal obstruction; Chapter 60. Anastomotic leak and postoperative abscess
Summary This book provides a comprehensive and contemporary discussion about the three key areas of acute care surgery; trauma, surgical critical care, and surgical emergencies. The 65 chapters are arranged by organ, anatomical site and injury type, and each includes a case study with evidence-based analysis of diagnosis, management, and outcomes. Unless stated otherwise, the authors used the GRADE evidence classification system established the American College of Chest Physicians. Trauma, Critical Care and Surgical Emergencies is essential reading for all surgeons, fellows, residents and students, esp
Notes Chapter 61. Anesthesia for bedside surgical procedures
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