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Critical care management case studies : tricks and traps / editors, G. R. Park and M. R.Pinsky.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Critical care managementPublication details: London : W.B. Saunders, c1997.ISBN:
  • 0702019097
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 616.028 21
Contents:
Sect. 1. Cardiac Instability. 1.1. Hypotension in a Cancer Patient / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion. 1.2. Acute Myocardial Infarction with Pulmonary Edema / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion. 1.3. Recurrent Chest Discomfort and Hypotension Three Days after Acute Myocardial Infarction / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion. 1.4. Arrhythmias after Thrombolytic Therapy for Myocardial Infarction / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion. 1.5. Hypotension, Acute Pulmonary Edema, and a Holosystolic Murmur after Myocardial Infarction / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion. 1.6. Hypotension Complicating Anterior Chest Trauma / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion -- Sect. 2. Hemodynamic Monitoring. 2.1. Decreasing Urine Output after Pelvic and Abdominal Trauma / M. R. Pinsky. 2.2. Hypotension, Hypoxemia and Venous Return in an Immunocompromised Host / M. R. Pinsky. 2.3. Sepsis, Hypotension and Elevated Arterial Blood Lactate / M. R. Pinsky -- Sect. 3. Increased Intrathoracic Pressure. 3.1. The Many Disguises of PEEP / A. M. Miro. 3.2. Hypotension in a Mechanically Ventilated Asthmatic / S. M. Scharf. 3.3. Two Problems with PEEP and the Heart during ARDS / H. R. Sadaghdar. 3.4. Management of Unilateral Pulmonary Disease / G. D. Martich and M. I. Bierman. 3.5. The Effects of PEEP on Carbon Dioxide Clearance / S. A. Bowles. 3.6. Dynamic Hyperinflation and Shock / P. Rico and D. C. Angus -- Sect. 4. Sepsis, including MSOF. 4.1. Acute Sepsis of Unknown Etiology; Strategies in Diagnosis and Management; Goals of Initial Therapy and What Questions to Ask First / V. M. Chavez and G. M. Matuschak. 4.2. Sepsis in Patients with Pre-existing Liver Dysfunction: Therapeutic and Prognostic Issues / G. M. Matuschak. 4.3. Left Ventricular Segmental Wall Motion Abnormality as a Feature of Septic Shock / T. A. Chidiac and J. E. Salon -- Sect. 5. Liver Failure. 5.1. Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis / G. J. M. Alexander. 5.2. Acute Liver Failure due to Paracetamol Overdose / G. J. M. Alexander. 5.3. Hypotension Complicating Chronic Liver Disease / G. J. M. Alexander. 5.4. Hemorrhage in a Cirrhotic / G. J. M. Alexander. 5.5. Water, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Balance in Hepatic Cirrhosis / J. A. Kellum and D. J. Kramer -- Sect. 6. Renal Failure. 6.1. Maintaining Renal Perfusion Pressure / R. Bellomo. 6.2. Specific Gravity, Osmolality, Tonicity and the Control of Serum Sodium / R. Bellomo. 6.3. The Need to Tailor Artificial Renal Support / R. Bellomo. 6.4. The Importance of Adequate Nutrition during Acute Renal Failure / R. Bellomo -- Sect. 7. Hematological Failure. 7.1. Thrombocytopenia / T. Baglin. 7.2. Postoperative Bleeding / T. Baglin. 7.3. Progressive Rapid Anemia in a Previously Resuscitated Patient / T. Baglin. 7.4. Leukopenia of Sepsis / T. Baglin. 7.5. Postoperative Hemorrhage in a Patient Receiving Aspirin / T. Baglin -- Sect. 8. Neurological Dysfunction. 8.1. Cerebral Vascular Accident in a Young Adult / L. L. Kirkland. 8.2. Respiratory Assessment in Acute Neuromuscular Paralysis / C. Veramakis and S. Todi. 8.3. Polyneuropathy of Critical Illness / J. C. Farmer. 8.4. Focal Neurologic Presentation of Diffuse Metabolic Encephalopathy / J. E. Salon and T. A. Chidiac. 8.5. The Importance of Free (Unbound) Anticonvulsants in Critically Ill Patients / T. A. Chidiac and J. E. Salon. 8.6. Acute Spinal Epidural Abscess - a Neurosurgical Emergency / C. Veramakis and S. Todi -- Sect. 9. Drug Interactions in Intensive Care. 9.1. Substrate Competition between Drugs / S. E. Bakewell. 9.2. Drug Interaction Mimicking Sepsis / P. Diesel and G. R. Park. 9.3. Seizures caused by Interaction between Theophylline and Quinolone Antibiotics / N. D. Murphy and J. G. Cunniffe. 9.4. Residual Neuromuscular Blockade / P. H. Caroll and B. F. Matta -- Sect. 10. Nutritional Failure. 10.1. Acute Recent Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding in a Patient with Known Esophageal Varices / G. Dobb and N. Watkins. 10.2. Acute Recurrent Gastrointestinal Bleed in an Intubated Patient / G. Dobb. 10.3. Acute Pancreatitis Presenting as Hypotension and Pyrexia / G. Dobb. 10.4. Ileus Complicating Septic Shock / G. Dobb. 10.5. Hollow Viscus Perforation and Multiple Abdominal Abscess / G. Dobb and N. Watkins -- Sect. 11. Obstetric Critical Care. 11.1. Pre-Eclampsia / D. G. Greig and M. P. Shelly. 11.2. Amniotic Fluid Embolus / D. G. Greig and M. P. Shelly. 11.3. Major Hemorrhage / D. G. Greig and M. P. Shelly. 11.4. Puerperal Sepsis / D. G. Greig and M. P. Shelly.
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Sect. 1. Cardiac Instability. 1.1. Hypotension in a Cancer Patient / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion. 1.2. Acute Myocardial Infarction with Pulmonary Edema / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion. 1.3. Recurrent Chest Discomfort and Hypotension Three Days after Acute Myocardial Infarction / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion. 1.4. Arrhythmias after Thrombolytic Therapy for Myocardial Infarction / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion. 1.5. Hypotension, Acute Pulmonary Edema, and a Holosystolic Murmur after Myocardial Infarction / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion. 1.6. Hypotension Complicating Anterior Chest Trauma / R. W. Vandivier and R. E. Cunnion -- Sect. 2. Hemodynamic Monitoring. 2.1. Decreasing Urine Output after Pelvic and Abdominal Trauma / M. R. Pinsky. 2.2. Hypotension, Hypoxemia and Venous Return in an Immunocompromised Host / M. R. Pinsky. 2.3. Sepsis, Hypotension and Elevated Arterial Blood Lactate / M. R. Pinsky -- Sect. 3. Increased Intrathoracic Pressure. 3.1. The Many Disguises of PEEP / A. M. Miro. 3.2. Hypotension in a Mechanically Ventilated Asthmatic / S. M. Scharf. 3.3. Two Problems with PEEP and the Heart during ARDS / H. R. Sadaghdar. 3.4. Management of Unilateral Pulmonary Disease / G. D. Martich and M. I. Bierman. 3.5. The Effects of PEEP on Carbon Dioxide Clearance / S. A. Bowles. 3.6. Dynamic Hyperinflation and Shock / P. Rico and D. C. Angus -- Sect. 4. Sepsis, including MSOF. 4.1. Acute Sepsis of Unknown Etiology; Strategies in Diagnosis and Management; Goals of Initial Therapy and What Questions to Ask First / V. M. Chavez and G. M. Matuschak. 4.2. Sepsis in Patients with Pre-existing Liver Dysfunction: Therapeutic and Prognostic Issues / G. M. Matuschak. 4.3. Left Ventricular Segmental Wall Motion Abnormality as a Feature of Septic Shock / T. A. Chidiac and J. E. Salon -- Sect. 5. Liver Failure. 5.1. Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis / G. J. M. Alexander. 5.2. Acute Liver Failure due to Paracetamol Overdose / G. J. M. Alexander. 5.3. Hypotension Complicating Chronic Liver Disease / G. J. M. Alexander. 5.4. Hemorrhage in a Cirrhotic / G. J. M. Alexander. 5.5. Water, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Balance in Hepatic Cirrhosis / J. A. Kellum and D. J. Kramer -- Sect. 6. Renal Failure. 6.1. Maintaining Renal Perfusion Pressure / R. Bellomo. 6.2. Specific Gravity, Osmolality, Tonicity and the Control of Serum Sodium / R. Bellomo. 6.3. The Need to Tailor Artificial Renal Support / R. Bellomo. 6.4. The Importance of Adequate Nutrition during Acute Renal Failure / R. Bellomo -- Sect. 7. Hematological Failure. 7.1. Thrombocytopenia / T. Baglin. 7.2. Postoperative Bleeding / T. Baglin. 7.3. Progressive Rapid Anemia in a Previously Resuscitated Patient / T. Baglin. 7.4. Leukopenia of Sepsis / T. Baglin. 7.5. Postoperative Hemorrhage in a Patient Receiving Aspirin / T. Baglin -- Sect. 8. Neurological Dysfunction. 8.1. Cerebral Vascular Accident in a Young Adult / L. L. Kirkland. 8.2. Respiratory Assessment in Acute Neuromuscular Paralysis / C. Veramakis and S. Todi. 8.3. Polyneuropathy of Critical Illness / J. C. Farmer. 8.4. Focal Neurologic Presentation of Diffuse Metabolic Encephalopathy / J. E. Salon and T. A. Chidiac. 8.5. The Importance of Free (Unbound) Anticonvulsants in Critically Ill Patients / T. A. Chidiac and J. E. Salon. 8.6. Acute Spinal Epidural Abscess - a Neurosurgical Emergency / C. Veramakis and S. Todi -- Sect. 9. Drug Interactions in Intensive Care. 9.1. Substrate Competition between Drugs / S. E. Bakewell. 9.2. Drug Interaction Mimicking Sepsis / P. Diesel and G. R. Park. 9.3. Seizures caused by Interaction between Theophylline and Quinolone Antibiotics / N. D. Murphy and J. G. Cunniffe. 9.4. Residual Neuromuscular Blockade / P. H. Caroll and B. F. Matta -- Sect. 10. Nutritional Failure. 10.1. Acute Recent Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding in a Patient with Known Esophageal Varices / G. Dobb and N. Watkins. 10.2. Acute Recurrent Gastrointestinal Bleed in an Intubated Patient / G. Dobb. 10.3. Acute Pancreatitis Presenting as Hypotension and Pyrexia / G. Dobb. 10.4. Ileus Complicating Septic Shock / G. Dobb. 10.5. Hollow Viscus Perforation and Multiple Abdominal Abscess / G. Dobb and N. Watkins -- Sect. 11. Obstetric Critical Care. 11.1. Pre-Eclampsia / D. G. Greig and M. P. Shelly. 11.2. Amniotic Fluid Embolus / D. G. Greig and M. P. Shelly. 11.3. Major Hemorrhage / D. G. Greig and M. P. Shelly. 11.4. Puerperal Sepsis / D. G. Greig and M. P. Shelly.