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eBook Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care of Neurological Injury (Traumacare Series) ePub

by Kenneth J. M.D. Abrams,Christopher M. Grande,Elizabeth A. M. Frost,Donald S. Prough

  • ISBN: 0879936258
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Kenneth J. M.D. Abrams,Christopher M. Grande,Elizabeth A. M. Frost,Donald S. Prough
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Futura Pub Co (January 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 553
  • ePub book: 1144 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1545 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 451

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A craniocerebral trauma caused by firearms is a complex injury with high morbidity and mortality. One of the most intriguing and controversial part in their management in salvageable patients is the decision to remove the bullet/pellet. Prevention of secondary injuries is paramount to the care of TBI patients, so understanding the different mechanisms of secondary injury in TBI patients (including ischemia, mitochondrial damage, and free radical formation) will contribute to their prevention, with the ultimate goal of improving neurologic outcomes.

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Asst Prof KJ Abrams, CM Grande. Offering a comprehensive continuum-of-care approach, the authors expertly discuss the priorities of resuscitation, immediate intrahospital considerations, airway management, cerebral protection, fluid management, diagnostic evaluation and anesthetic management in the neuroradiology suite.

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I recommend this book to neurocritical care physicians, anesthetists, fellows, students, neurologists, & neurosurgeons. This is both a useful reference for the inexperienced and more advanced practioner. com, November, 2014). This is a handbook on the perioperative and critical care of neurosurgical patients. The purpose is to provide a quick reference for all healthcare professionals who care for neurosurgical patients, in both the perioperative and critical care setting.

Anaesthesia Trauma and Critical Care. Anaesthesia, Trauma and Critical Care (ATACC) is an international trauma and anaesthesia organisation. It is a non-profit charitable organisation whose objective is to deliver teaching in trauma management and patient care. The organisation's primary activities are teaching medical practitioners and other emergency services personnel in the management of trauma and pre-hospital care.

The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care. 39(2):179-186, August 1995. Owens, Thomas . Watson, William . Prough, Donald . Uchida, Tatsuo; Kramer, George C. Less. The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care. 39(2):200-209, August 1995.

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The primary focus of this book is to stress the importance of understanding the continuing dynamics associated with central nervous system injuries, and to emphasize the essential role of the trauma anesthesiologist in preventing secondary injury and ensuring optimal outcome. Offering a comprehensive continuum-of-care approach, the authors expertly discuss the priorities of resuscitation, immediate intrahospital considerations, airway management, cerebral protection, fluid management, diagnostic evaluation and anesthetic management in the neuroradiology suite. The core of the book concentrates on the practical issues of intraoperative and intensive care of patients with head and spinal cord injuries. New pharmacological therapies and newly emerging diagnostic/monitoring modalities are also explored. Finally, the authors consider final outcome issues - either