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Evidence-Based Practice of Critical Care

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Evidence-Based Practice of Critical Care, 2nd Edition, presents objective data and expert guidance on managing critically ill patients in unique question-based chapters that focus on best practices. Now thoroughly updated by Drs. Clifford S. Deutschman, Patrick J. Neligan, and nearly 200 critical-care experts, this highly regarded title remains the only book of its kind that provides a comprehensive framework for translating evidence into practice, making it a valuable resource for both residents and practitioners.Tap into the expertise of nearly 200 critical-care experts who discuss the wide variety of clinical options in critical care, examine the relevant research, and provide recommendations based on a thorough analysis of available evidence. Think through each question in a logical, efficient manner, using a practical, consistent approach to available management options and guidelines. Find the information you need quickly with tables that summarize the available literature and recommended clinical approaches. Navigate a full range of challenges from routine care to complicated and special situations. Stay up to date with new issues and controversies such as the redefinition of sepsis * changing approaches to fluid administration * immune suppression in sepsis * monitoring the microcirculation * the long-term sequelae of critical illness * minimizing ventilator associated lung injury * the benefits of evidence-based medicine management guidelines * rapid response teams * and more. Benefit from all-new sections covering persistent critical illness and the role of advanced practice nurses and physician assistants in the ICU.


Titel: Evidence-Based Practice of Critical Care
Autoren/Herausgeber: Clifford S. Deutschman, Patrick J. Neligan

ISBN/EAN: 9780323394178

Seitenzahl: 768
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Englisch - Newsletter
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