The third edition of The ICU Book marks its 15th year as a fundamental sourcebook in for the concept of generic critical care that is the theme of this book. Supplement to (work): Marino, Paul L. Marino's the ICU book. 4e. Other titles: Little ICU book of facts and formulas | Marino's the little intensive care unit book. Why write a book on the management of critically ill patients? Over the past few It is important for the reader of this handbook to understand that Critical Care.

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This statement clearly highlights the inherent limitations of a concise problem-based textbook. It points toward the intended readership as those who have early exposure to the ICU environment and those who execute ICU orders on the frontline, as opposed to senior-level intensivists involved in comprehensive and expectant patient management.

Nevertheless, many important current concepts introduced into clinical practice since the last edition low-tidal-volume mechanical ventilation strategy, recent recommendations for resuscitation of patients with sepsis, early antibiotic therapy in sepsis, and a possible role of steroids in sepsis have found their way into the new ICU Book. The omission or restricted discussion of other current topics glucose management is a limitation in a textbook that attempts to give an overview of current practice.

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As much as these paragraphs introduce another level of bias, they are highly instructive, at times entertaining, and offer clear insight into the thought processes involved in critical care decision making and summarize the essence of the chapter. Keeping a textbook up-to-date that attempts to cover adult critical care as broadly as this ICU book is a daunting task.

Marino—with the help of Kenneth M. This book covers the following topics related to emergency medicine: This note covers the following topics: This article explains the critical and emergency medicines used in different field of medical science.

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Bedside Critical Care Guide The chapters in this eBook include topics from cardiology, nephrology, pulmonary, infectious disease including sepsis , neuro-critical care, burns, and gastroenterology. Ramzy H.

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Rimawi 91 Pages. Each chapter has an extensive and generally up-to-date reference list, subdivided into specific topics as an easy link to further readings, and with emphasis on evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.

In general, the ICU book has good quality paper and binding. The large print and solid text unbroken by illustrations and brilliant simple figures with great message make the book pleasant to read. A future edition should not be any larger so that the book retains its handy portability.

However, I found there were too few details about Non-Invasive—Ventilation. Also the Ramsay Score, which assesses the level of ICU sedation, although described in the text, should be included in the appendix of clinical scoring systems.

As an owner of the previous edition and the German translation, I am even more impressed with this third edition.

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Received Nov 7.Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices. Anesthesiologists have key roles in major trauma , resuscitation , airway management , and caring other patients outside the operating theatre who have critical emergencies that pose an immediate threat to life, again reflecting transferable skills from the operating room, and allowing continuity of care when patients are brought for surgery or intensive care.

The ICU Book has been always a great guide for my everyday practice as anaesthetist and I highly recommend this excellent reference book, available at a reasonable price that will disappoint nobody. The ICU book is excellent reference material for all physicians, not just intensivists. Highly specialized topics have been left to qualified authors of other specialty texts.

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