by Dr. Marin Kollef ____
The Washington Manual of Critical Care, part of a renowned series written by faculty members and practicing doctors at Washington University’s School of Medicine, provides comprehensive and up-to-date information for bedside diagnosis and treatment of common illnesses and issues encountered in the ICU setting.
Elements to Consider:
Shock, sepsis, acute bouts of COPD and asthma, myocardial infarctions, organ failure, and other illnesses and disorders are all addressed in detail.
Comprehensive explanations of intubation and catheterization techniques, as well as information on common drug side effects and drug-drug interactions.
Internal Medicine, Neurology, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Anesthesiology are among the medical departments that have contributed.
New chapters on ECLS (Extracorporeal Life Support), critical care ultrasonography, rheumatology, and transplant patient management.
Includes bibliographical references for further reading, as well as quick and simple diagnosis and treatment methods for common ailments.
The Washington Manual of Critical Care is an invaluable resource for critical care practitioners, providing essential and practical information to improve patient treatment and outcomes.