Oh's Intensive Care Manual, 7th Edition
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"Oh’s Intensive Care Manual would represent a solid addition to any anesthesia departmental library as a resource or study aid." By Canadian Journal of Anesthesia, Apr 2015Table of Contents
New to This Edition
- Overcome the latest challenges in intensive care medicine . Ten brand-new chapters in this edition include: Palliative Care; ICU and the Elderly; Health Care Team in Intensive Care Medicine; Preparing for Examinations in Intensive Care Medicine; Ultrasound in the ICU; ECMO for Respiratory Failure; ECMO for Cardiac Failure; Cirrhosis and Acute-on-Chronic Liver Disease; Solid Tumours and their Implications in the ICU; and Delirium.
- Optimize patient outcomes through an even greater focus on clinical management strategies.
- Quickly locate essential information with an increased number of summary boxes, tables, and charts, and a new chapter organization that expedites reference.
- Effortlessly search the entire text online at Expert Consult.
- Access everything you need to know about disease processes and their management during the course of ICU rotations.
- Gain valuable insight into the consensus of practice and standard of ICU care as followed in the UK, Europe, India, and Australia.
- Take advantage of expert advice on practical issues that will be encountered on a day-to-day basis in the ICU, as well as common pitfalls in treatment and management emphasized in each chapter.
"This 7th edition of the popular Oh’s Intensive Care Manual is systematically organized with contributions from authors who are primarily from the United Kingdom and Australia...Oh’s Intensive Care Manual would represent a solid addition to any anesthesia departmental library as a resource or study aid." By Canadian Journal of Anesthesia, Apr 2015
By Andrew D Bersten, MB, BS, MD, FANZCA, FJFICM, Department of Critical Care Medicine, Flinders Medical Centre and School of Medicine, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia and Neil Soni, MB, ChB, MD, FANZCA, FRCA, FJFICM, Consultant in Intensive Care and Anaesthesia, Director and Lead Clinician, Intensive Care Unit, Magill Department of Anaesthesia, Intensive Care and Pain Management, Hon. Senior Lecturer, Imperial College Medical School, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK