7 edition of The Critically Ill Cardiac Patient found in the catalog.
January 15, 1996
by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Written in English
|Contributions||Vladimir Kvetan (Editor), David R. Dantzker (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||417|
This topic will describe an approach to the resuscitation of the critically ill poisoned adult patient when the identity of the agent(s) ingested is initially unknown. The general approach to the poisoned patient and the management of specific poisonings are . Patients do not need indwelling urinary catheters just because they are in a critical care bed. Approved indications defines “Accurate measurements of intake and urinary output in critically ill patients” as: Hemodynamic instability (requiring pressors, shock) Neuromuscular blockade (ventilated) Deoxygenationwith exertion or position changes.
FLOW-directed right-heart catheterization is used extensively to monitor the hemodynamic status of critically ill patients. After acute myocardial infarction, measurements of the cardiac Cited by: Despite its initial application to selected patient populations (1, 2), cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is now often administered to critically ill patients (), even those who experience cardiopulmonary arrest (CPA) despite medications administered to reverse single-center studies of CPR in the critically ill have demonstrated survival Cited by:
Assessing the patient with cardiac arrhythmia. The evaluation and treatment of critically ill patients with arrhythmias has to include supportive, diagnostic, therapeutic and, possibly, resuscitative measures encompassing not just the cause of the arrhythmia but also systemic effects, including impaired end-organ perfusion and : Matthew Kerton, Jessica Wiggins, Michael Purkiss. Critical care medicine specializes in caring for the most seriously ill patients. These patients are best treated in an ICU staffed by experienced personnel. Some hospitals maintain separate units for special populations (eg, cardiac, trauma, surgical, neurologic, pediatric, or neonatal patients).
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