Oh’s Intensive Care Manual
The sixth edition of Oh’s Intensive Care Manual provides practical, concise information on all aspects of intensive care. Written in a clear and accessible style and now for the first time presented in colour throughout, this book enables the user to manage a patient in an ICU setting effectively without recourse to large text/reference works or specialized monographs. This thoroughly revised and updated edition reflects the best and most current practice from leading centres in Australia, the UK and Western Europe. Although primarily intended for the trainee and practitioner in intensive care, nurses and other allied health professionals will find that this is an invaluable tool in helping to deal with a broad spectrum of conditions encountered in the ICU.
Represents a consensus of practice/standard of care in Australia/NZ, UK and Europe.
Treatment guidelines are authoritative since they follow those that are Recommended/laid down by Professional societies.
Comprehensive, covers all important areas of intensive care medicine.
Provides a single resource that will cover everything that a user will need to know during the course of an ICU rotation. No need to refer to a larger textbook.
Information on management and treatment of conditions is balanced by pathophysiological and pharmacological background. This is not just a "cook book" of procedures. It provides all of the essential information for candidates wishing to pass professional examinations.
Covers the paediatric as well as the adult patient in the ICU.
Provides quick access and practical guidance for all clinical scenarios.
Extensive list of key references most taken from the last three years.
Helps trainees and practitioners prepare for case conference/presentations.
New to this Edition
Addition of colour throughout to highlight summary boxes, tables, charts and flow diagrams.Will make key information more accessible, easier and faster to retrieve.
Line drawings extensively re-done in colour throughout.Will improve the user’s understanding of the physiological processes under discussion.
5-10 Key points added at end of chapters. Will provide the user with a useful summary of the essential bottom line information.
Pitfalls in treatment and management emphasized in each chapter.Providers the user with expert advice on practical issues that will be encountered on a day-to-day basis in the ICU.
Includes the most current classification and “clinical scoring” schemes.
Keeps the user abreast of the latest developments in diagnosis and management.
Bersten A., MB, BS, MD, FANZCA, FJFICM and Soni N., MB, ChB, FANZCA, FRCA, MD, FJFICM
|Pubblicato:||2009, 6th Edition, 1304 pages, 372 ills, Trim size 246 X 189 mm|
Chapter 1 Design and organization of intensive care units
Chapter 2 Outreach
Chapter 3 Severity of Illness and Likely Outcome from Critical Illness
Chapter 4 Transport of the Critically Ill
Chapter 5 Physiotherapy in Intensive Care
Chapter 6 Critical Care Nursing
Chapter 7 Ethics in Intensive Care
Chapter 8 Common problems after ICU
Chapter 9 Clinical Information Systems
Chapter 10 Clinical Trials in Critical Care
Chapter 11 Overview of Shock
Chapter 12 Haemodynamic Monitoring
Chapter 13 Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome
Chapter 14 Monitoring Oxygenation
Chapter 15 Lactic Acidosis
Chapter 16 Cardiovascular disease
Chapter 17 Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Chapter 18 Management of cardiac arrhythmias
Chapter 19 Cardiac pacing and implantable cardioverter defibrillators
Chapter 20 Acute Heart Failure
Chapter 21 Valvular and Congenital Heart Disease
Chapter 22 Postoperative Cardiac Intensive Care
Chapter 23 Echocardiography in Intensive Care
Chapter 24 Oxygen Therapy
Chapter 25 Airway Management and Acute Upper Airway Obstruction
Chapter 26 Acute Respiratory Failure in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Chapter 27 Mechanical Ventilatio
Chapter 28 Humidification and Inhalation Therapy
Chapter 29 The Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)
Chapter 30 Pulmonary Embolism
Chapter 31 Severe Acute Asthma
Chapter 32 Peumonia
Chapter 33 Non-Invasive Ventilation
Chapter 34 Respiratory Monitoring
Chapter 35 Imaging the Chest
Chapter 36 Acute Gastrointestinal Bleeding
Chapter 37 Severe Acute Pancreatitis
Chapter 38 Hepatic Failure
Chapter 39 Abdominal Surgical Catastrophes
Chapter 40 Acute Renal Failure
Chapter 41 Renal Replacement Therapy
Chapter 42 Disorders of Consciousness
Chzpter 43 Status Epilecticus
Chapter 44. Acute Cerebrovascular Complications
Chapter 45 Cerebral Protection
Chapter 46 Brain Death
Chapter 47.Meningitis and Encephalomyelitis
Chapter 48 Tetanus
Chapter 49 Neuromuscular disorders in intensive care
Chapter 50 Diabetic Emergencies
Chapter 51 Diabetes Insipidus and Other Polyuric Syndromes
Chapter 52 Thyroid Emergencies
Chapter 53 Adrenocortical Insufficiency in Critical Illness
Chapter 54 Acute Calcium Disorders
Chapter 55 Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia
Chapter 56 General obstetric emergencies in the ICU
Chapter 57 Severe pre-existing disease in pregnancy
Chapter 58 Anaphylaxis
Chapter 59 Host defence mechanisms and immunodeficiency disorders
Chapter 60 HIV and the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Chapter 61 Severe Sepsis
Chapter 62 Nosocomial Infection
Chapter 63.Severe Soft-Tissue Infections
Chapter 64 Principles of Antibiotic Use
Chapter 65 Tropical Diseases
Chapter 66 Severe and Multiple Trauma
Chapter 67 Severe Head Injuries
Chapter 68 Maxillofacial and Upper Airway Injuries
Chapter 69 Chest Injuries
Chapter 70 Spinal Injuries
Chapter 71 Abdominal and Pelvic Injuries
Chapter 72 Near Drowning
Chapter 73 Burns
Chapter 74 Thermal disorders
Chapter 75 Electrical safety and injuries
Chapter 76 Envenomation
Chapter 77 Blast Injury and Gunshot Wounds:Pathophysiology
Chapter 78 Biochemical Terrorism
Chapter 79 Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics and Drug Monitoring in Critical Illness
Chapter 80 Management of acute poisoning
Chapter 81 Sedation, analgesia and muscle relaxation in the intensive care unit
Chapter 82 Inotropes and Vasopressors
Chapter 83 Vasodilators and Antihypertensives
Chapter 84 Acid-Base Balance and Disorders
Chapter 85 Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy
Chapter 86 Metabolic response to injury and infection
Chapter 87 Enternal and Parenteral Nutruition
Chapter 88 Blood Transfusion
Chapter 89. Colloids and blood products
Chapter 90 Therapeutic plasma exchange and intravenous immunoglobulinimmunomodulatory therapy
Chapter 91 Haemostatic Failure
Chapter 92 Haematological Malignancies
Chapter 93 Organ Donation
Chapter 94 Liver Transplantation
Chapter 95 Heart and Lung Transplantation
Chapter 96 The critically ill child
Chapter 97 Upper Respiratory Tract Obstruction in Children
Chapter 98 Acute Respiratory Failure in Children
Chapter 99 Paediatric Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy
Chapter 100 Sedation and Analgesia in Children
Chapter 101 Shock and cardiac disease in children
Chapter 102 Neurological emergencies in children
Chapter 103 Paediatric Trauma
Chapter 104 Equipment for Paediatric Intensive Care
Chapter 105 Paediatric poisoning
Chapter 106 Paediatric Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation