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Respiratory Disease : A Case Study Approach to Patient Care

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3rd
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9780803613744

ISBN10:
0803613741
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
9/1/2006
Publisher(s):
DAVIS F A COMPANY
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Summary

Now edited by a pulmonologist, the 3rd edition is still one of the most well-written texts for students learning to understand the assessment and treatment of patients with respiratory disease. Each chapter begins with a background of selected disorders, followed by a case study with questions and answers designed to stimulate critical thinking skills.

Table of Contents

Introduction to Patient Assessment
1(34)
Robert L. Wilkins
Philip M. Gold
Introduction to Respiratory Failure
35(16)
Robert L. Wilkins
James R. Dexter
Asthma
51(17)
Robert L. Wilkins
Philip M. Gold
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
68(31)
Robert L. Wilkins
Philip M. Gold
Cystic Fibrosis
99(22)
N. Lennard Specht
Hemodynamic Monitoring and Shock
121(26)
Robert L. Wilkins
James R. Dexter
Pulmonary Thromboembolic Disease
147(17)
James R. Dexter
Heart Failure
164(25)
Arthur B. Marshak
George H. Hicks
Smoke Inhalation Injury and Burns
189(33)
George H. Hicks
Carl A. Eckrode
Near Drowning
222(33)
William F. Galvin
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
255(17)
Robert L. Wilkins
James R. Dexter
Chest Trauma
272(28)
George H. Hicks
Carl A. Eckrode
Postoperative Atelectasis
300(16)
Thomas P. Malinowski
Interstitial Lung Disease
316(24)
N. Lennard Specht
Neuromuscular Diseases
340(24)
N. Lennard Specht
Rebekah Bartos Specht
Bacterial Pneumonia
364(19)
Robert L. Wilkins
James R. Dexter
Pneumonia in the Immunocompromised Patient
383(22)
Philip M. Gold
N. Lennard Specht
Sleep Disordered Breathing
405(22)
Enrique Gil
Tuberculosis
427(14)
James R. Dexter
Robert L. Wilkins
Lung Cancer
441(42)
Gregory A. B. Cheek
Glossary 483(16)
Appendix A Normal Laboratory Values 499(2)
Appendix B Gold Standards for Diagnosing and Treating Patients with COPD 501(3)
Appendix C Websites Useful for Learning Information About the Diagnosis and Treatment of Lung Diseases 504(3)
Index 507


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