Oxford American Handbook of Critical Care for PDA

Oxford American Handbook of Critical Care for PDA

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The Oxford American Handbook of Critical Care is the perfect resource for critical settings that demand quick and effective intervention. Thin and light, it uses concise, bulleted text, quick reference tabs, four-color presentation, and bookmark ribbons to help provide fast answers on the ward. The PDA version contains the full text and illustrations of the print edition of the Oxford American Handbook of Critical Care.show more

Product details

  • Digital
  • 134.62 x 190.5 x 15.24mm | 45.36g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • col.
  • 0195339215
  • 9780195339215

Review quote

As the milieu for the critical care physician fixes around the hospital environs, references and review must be succinct, moveable, and detailed. This pocket tome answers the call, and more so. Packed in its megabytes is a cornucopia of data, imaging, tables, and charts that are both riveting adn informative. Kentucky Medical Associationshow more

Table of contents

1. Respiratory therapy techniques ; 2. Cardiovascular therapy techniques ; 3. Renal therapy techniques ; 4. Gastrointestinal therapy techniques ; 5. Nutrition ; 6. Special support surfaces ; 7. Respiratory monitoring ; 8. Cardiovascular monitoring ; 9. Neurological monitoring ; 10. Laboratory monitoring ; 11. Miscellaneous monitoring ; 12. Fluids ; 13. Respiratory drugs ; 14. Cardiovascular drugs ; 15. Renal drugs ; 16. Gastrointestinal drugs ; 17. Neurological drugs ; 18. Hematological drugs ; 19. Miscellaneous drugs ; 20. Resuscitation ; 21. Respiratory disorders ; 22. Cardiovascular disorders ; 23. Renal disorders ; 24. Gastrointestinal disorders ; 25. Hepatic disorders ; 26. Neurological disorders ; 27. Hematological disorders ; 28. Metabolic disorders ; 29. Poisoning ; 30. Infection and inflammation ; 31. Trauma and burns ; 32. Physical disorders ; 33. Pain and post-operative intensive care ; 34. Obstetric emergencies ; 35. Death and the dying patient ; 36. ICU organization and managementshow more