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Textbook of Critical Care: Including Trauma and Emergency Care
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Editor-in-Chief: Yatin Mehta MD MNAMS FRCA FAMS FICCM FIACTA FTEE
 
Editors: Jeetendra Sharma MD IDCCM IFCCM FICCM
 
Chitra Mehta MBBS DNB (Resp Med) FNB (Crit Care Med)
 


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ISBN9789390595655
Edition2/e
Publish Year2022
Pages1106
Size8.5"" x 11""
cover TypeHard Back
FormatFour Color
Quick Overview
The second edition contains 124 chapters with more than 200 authors along with many national and international co-authors who have contributed to this humongous effort. All the old chapters have been modified and the latest references incorporated. It has many illustrations with excellent printing and image quality.
Key Features
  • Descriptions are supported by relevant diagrams, tables, boxes and images for easy understanding.
  • Book is segmented into 14 sections, which are further divided into 124 chapters.
  • Cross reference of chapters in relevant contents have been mentioned.
  • Updated information with latest references has been incorporated.
  • 15 new chapters added on Neuroimaging in Critical Care, Non-invasive Ventilation, Shock and Multiorgan Dysfunction Syndrome, Extracorporeal Therapies in ICU, Critical Care Issues in Elderly and Obese Patients, COVID-19 Disease, Fluid Physiology and Disorders of Sodium in the Critically III, Electrolyte Disorders in ICU, Gastrointestinal Emergencies, Perioperative Care of Patients Undergoing Lung Transplant, Renal Transplant: An Overview and Post-surgical Critical Care, Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation, Newer Antimicrobials, Medication Overdose and Communication and Consents in the Intensive Care Unit.
  • Special emphasis is given to trauma and toxicology as these domains are important in clinical practice as well as commonly asked in examinations of critical care courses and fellowships.
  • Cardiac critical care section is supplemented with images of relevant ECGs and echocardiography which immensely elucidate the subject.
  • Incorporation of ‘‘Key Points’’ summaries at the end of each chapter to keep book handy.
  • References of chapters are provided online which can be accessed by QR code scan.
Target Audience
This book remains a prized possession of all Critical Care Specialist, present and future, old and young and also of medical libraries.
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