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High-yield critical care cases help medical students and junior residents master critical care of patients in the ICU Case Files: Critical Caredelivers 40 high-yield clinical cases that illustrate essential concepts in critical care. Each case includes a complete discussion, clinical pearls, definitions of key terms, and USMLE-style review questions. Complete discussion of each case makes this an instructive and practical primer for critical care rotations Helps students learn, rather than just memorize Vibrant two-color design
Table of Contents
Early awareness of critical illness; Transfer of critically ill patient; Scoring systems and patient prognosis; Monitoring: hemodynamic and cardiovascular; Critical care imaging; Airway management, respiratory failure; Ventilator management; Respiratory weaning; Asthmatic exacerbation; Non-invasive Methods of ventilator support; Acute coronary syndromes; Cardiac arrthymias; Acute cardiac failure; Meningitis/encephalitis; Antibiotic use in ICU; Sepsis; Immunosuppressed patients; Acute GI bleeding; Acute liver failure; Acute renal failure; Acid base abnormalities part 1; Acid base abnormalities part 2; Fluid electrolyte abnormalities; Traumatic brain injury; Trauma-blunt; Trauma and burns; Altered mental status; Status epilepticus; Stroke; Multiorgan dysfunction; Hypertensive emergencies in obstetrics; ICU patients with obsetetrical issues; Poisoning; Pain control; Post surgical patient in ICU; Post-resuscitation management in ICU; Hemorrhage, coagulopathy; Ethics, do not resuscitate, organ donation; Vasoactive drugs, pharmacology; Nutrition