Concepts in surgical critical care / [edited by] Bryan Boling, Kevin Hatton, Tonja Hartjes.Material type: TextPublisher: Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, Copyright date: ©2021Description: 1 online resource : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781284175080; 1284175081Subject(s): Critical care medicine | Surgical intensive care | Intensive care nursing | Operating room nursing | Allied health personnel | Perioperative Care -- methods | Critical Care -- methods | Advanced Practice Nursing | Allied Health Personnel | Surgical intensive care | Allied health personnel | Critical care medicine | Intensive care nursing | Operating room nursing | Postoperative care | Surgical technologyGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Concepts in surgical critical care.DDC classification: 616.028 LOC classification: RC86.7NLM classification: WO 178Online resources: EBSCOhost
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contributors -- 1. The neurologic system -- 2. The cardiovascular system -- 3. The respiratory system -- 4. The gastrointestinal system -- 5. The renal system -- 6. Hematology -- 7. Healthcare-associated infections -- 8. The endocrine system -- 9. Psychosocial considerations in critical care -- 10. Gastrointestinal and general surgery -- 11. Emergency general surgery -- 12. Cardiac surgery -- 13. Thoracic surgery -- 14. Neurosurgery -- 15. Vascular surgery -- 16. Abdominal transplantation -- 17. Trauma -- 18. Burns -- 19. Head and neck surgery -- 20. Urology -- 21. Obstetrics -- 22. Bedside procedures: the basics -- 22. Neurologic procedures -- 23. Vascular access procedures -- 24. Airway procedures -- 25. Therapeutic thoracic and abdominal procedures -- 26. Point-of-care ultrasound -- 27. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation -- Index.
"There is a significant shortage of critical care physicians across the US. For this reason, advanced practice providers (including advanced practice registered nurses and physician assistants) are being utilized more and more to bridge this clinical resource gap. However, APPs are trained as generalists and have limited specialization and exposure to the unique needs of perioperative critically-ill patients. Concepts in Surgical Critical Care is the only single resource designed specifically for APPs caring for this population. Featuring a user-friendly organization designed to quickly find what you're looking for, Concepts in Surgical Critical Care is the ultimate resource regarding the care of critically-ill perioperative patients. It starts with foundational critical care topics across all surgical specialties followed by the specifics within 12 - including the neurologic system, the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system, the vascular system, etc. The use of checklists, bold and italicized text, key concepts, clinical pearls, focus questions, case studies, simulations, illustrations, tables and figures to display complex topics, practice questions, chapter summaries, and suggested readings for further study aid in mastery of the subject matter"-- Provided by publisher.
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