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Title The central nervous system in pediatric critical illness and injury / Derek S. Wheeler, Hector R. Wong, and Thomas P. Shanley (eds.)
Published New York : Springer, ©2009

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Description 1 online resource (xii, 160 pages) : illustrations
Contents Central nervous system monitoring / Michael J. Bell and Taeun Chang -- Molecular biology of brain injury / Michael J. Whalen, Phoebe Yager, Eng H. Lo, Josephine Lok, and Natan Noviski -- Pediatric intensive care unit management of neurosurgical diseases / Darlene A. Lobel, Mark R. Lee, and Ann-Christine Duhaime -- Tumors of the central nervous system / Robert Tamburro, Raymond C. Barfield, and Amar Gajjar -- Intracranial hypertension / Steven G. Kernie and Samuel M. Lehman -- Nonaccidental trauma and shaken baby syndrome / Robert C. Tasker -- Evaluation of coma / David J.J. Michelson and Stephen Ashwal -- Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy after cardiorespiratory arrest / Dermot R. Doherty and James S. Hutchison -- Toxic and metabolic encephalopathies / Ashok P. Sarnaik and Kathleen L. Meert -- Infections of the central nervous system / Simon Nadel -- Status epilepticus / Richard F.M. Chin and Rod C. Scott -- Diseases of the peripheral nervous system / Cecil D. Hahn and Brenda L. Banwell
Summary "The field of critical care medicine is in the midst of a dramatic change. Technological and scientific advances during the last decade have resulted in a fundamental change in the way we view disease processes, such as sepsis, shock, acute lung injury, and traumatic brain injury. Pediatric intensivists have been both witness to and active participants in bringing about these changes and it is imperative that all physicians caring for critically ill children in this new era have a thorough understanding of the applicability of these modern developments to the care of patients at the bedside and to keep up with the rapidly evolving field of critical care medicine. Neurologic emergencies are a common reason for admission to the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU). A thorough understanding of the diseases and disorders affecting the pediatric central nervous system is vital for any physician or health care provider working in the PICU. The Central Nervous System in Pediatric Critical Illness and Injury has been written by an international panel of experts to provide readers with an in-depth discussion on the resuscitation, stabilization, and ongoing care of the critically ill or injured child with central nervous system dysfunction. This book is therefore absolutely crucial for anyone working in the PICU, from physicians, residents and fellows in critical care, neurology, and pediatrics to specialist nurses and support personnel on the PICU and all medical professionals who are involved in the management of these patients."--Publisher's website
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Central nervous system -- Diseases.
Pediatric intensive care.
Children.
Infants.
Human beings.
Child
Humans
Infant
Central Nervous System Diseases
Critical Care -- methods
Critical Illness -- therapy
Pediatrics -- methods
Trauma, Nervous System
children (people by age group)
infants.
Homo sapiens (species)
MEDICAL -- Pediatrics.
Infants
Children
Central nervous system -- Diseases
Pediatric intensive care
Form Electronic book
Author Wheeler, Derek S
Wong, Hector R., 1963-
Shanley, Thomas P., 1963-
ISBN 1848009933
9781848009936
OTHER TI Pediatric critical care medicine