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Terapia intensiva e critical care

Manuale GAVeCeLT dei port. Indicazioni, impianto e gestione di port toracici, PICC-port e port femorali

Mauro Pittiruti, Fulvio Pinelli

editore: Edra

pagine: 184

L'impianto dei port (o sistemi totalmente impiantabili) viene spesso eseguito sulla base di consuetudini locali che prevedono
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Guida alla sopravvivenza in terapia intensiva

William Owens

editore: Piccin-Nuova Libraria

pagine: 160

Un manuale indispensabile per medici, infermieri e terapisti operanti in terapia intensiva. Questa guida offre un approccio innovativo alla medicina critica, enfatizzando l'importanza dell'empatia e della competenza professionale. Attraverso capitoli dettagliati su emodinamica, insufficienza respiratoria, malattie infettive e molto altro, il testo si rivela una risorsa preziosa per affrontare le sfide quotidiane in un ambiente critico, ponendo sempre al centro la persona.Guida alla Sopravvivenza in Terapia Intensiva è… Approccio Empatico: Mette in luce l'importanza di un approccio umano e della comunicazione nella cura dei pazienti critici. Trattazione Completa: Da emodinamica e insufficienza respiratoria, a neurologia critica e nutrizione, un manuale che copre tutti gli aspetti della terapia intensiva. Per Esperti e Neofiti: Indispensabile sia per gli specialisti che per coloro che si avvicinano per la prima volta alla terapia intensiva. Qualità Didattica: Valorizzato da un approccio didattico che facilita l'apprendimento e l'applicazione delle conoscenze.
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Emergenze cardiologiche. La gestione del paziente acuto e critico

Mario G. Balzanelli

editore: Edra

pagine: 528

Il manuale è stato scritto per colmare una importante lacuna nell'ambito delle discipline della medicina di emergenza, della m
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Le polmoniti associate alla ventilazione meccanica (VAP)

Francesco Imperatore

editore: Minerva Medica

pagine: 96

Tra le infezioni nosocomiali rilevate nelle Unità di Terapia Intensiva, le più frequenti e temute sono le polmoniti associate a ventilazione meccanica (VAP, Ventilator Associateci Pneumoniae), responsabili di elevata mortalità, morbilità, tempi prolungati di svezzamento dal ventilatore ed ampio utilizzo di terapia antibiotica. Si definisce VAP l'infezione del parenchima polmonare in pazienti intubati e ventilati meccanicamente da almeno 48 ore; Essa è infatti un'importante complicanza della ventilazione meccanica associata a esiti avversi e costi di assistenza più elevati. La mortalità attribuibile stimata di VAP è di circa il 10%, con una maggiore incidenza nei pazienti di sesso maschile, con ARDS, BPCO, lesioni cerebrali, supporto ECMO. L'identificazione dei fattori associati allo sviluppo e alla prevenzione della VAP è essenziale per medici e pazienti. La conferma microbiologica dell'infezione è data dall'identificazione del patogeno a un esame microbiologico su campioni raccolti nelle vie aeree distali tramite lavaggio broncoalveolare. Mentre la radiografia del torace ha una scarsa precisione diagnostica, l'ecografia polmonare è utile per la diagnosi precoce dell'infezione al letto del paziente e per monitorare l'efficacia della terapia antibiotica. Il trattamento deve essere selezionato tenendo conto del livello di rischio di multi-resistenze e del rischio di mortalità. Gli antibiotici devono essere descalati non appena è disponibile l'antibiogramma o sospesi se le colture risultano negative. Nonostante i progressi nella terapia antibiotica, nell'imaging e la diffusione di strategie di prevenzione, la VAP resta ad oggi un'importante causa di mortalità, prolungamento della degenza in ospedale e significativo incremento dei costi dell'assistenza. Sebbene alcuni aspetti siano ancora controversi, altri punti hanno un'importanza consolidata: sospetto clinico precoce, diagnosi microbiologica, terapia mirata e prevenzione.
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Oxford Textbook of Respiratory Critical Care

a cura di Suveer Singh, Paolo PelosiAndrew Conway Morris
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editore: Oxford University Press

pagine: 584

Respiratory critical care is essential to modern critical care medicine. To successfully support critically ill patients, an understanding of specific lung conditions and syndromes, their pathophysiological basis, and evidence-based management strategies is of vital importance. The Oxford Textbook of Respiratory Critical Care provides an authoritative account of respiratory critical care medicine with a clear focus on how to manage respiratory disease in the critically ill. The fundamentals of pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment, for respiratory diseases and conditions are outlined with a specific focus on management in the critical care setting. Across 66 chapters, common and unusual respiratory conditions are included as well as those aspects of pulmonary disease in which the management in critical illness is unique. The text equips the reader with up-to-date knowledge of clinical practice for the respiratory system, lung diseases within critical care medicine and the impact of critical illness on lung biology. Each chapter highlights advances in the field as well as emphasising the importance of getting the basics right. Key messages, controversies, and directions to further research points allow both focused reading and deeper engagement. A dedicated chapter to COVID-19, and sections throughout explore the impact of this novel virus in specific areas of respiratory critical care. Edited and written by an international group of recognized experts from many disciplines, this essential textbook is relevant to medics globally. This is an indispensable guide for clinicians, researchers and nurses working in Critical Care, Anaesthesia, Respiratory Medicine, Acute Medicine, and Emergency Medicine.
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Rogers' Textbook of Pediatric Intensive Care

a cura di Donald H. Shaffner, John J. McCloskeyRobert C. TaskerElizabeth Anne Hunt
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editore: Wolters Kluwer Health

pagine: 2288

Long recognized as the leading text in this dynamic field, Rogers’ Textbook of Pediatric Intensive Care provides comprehensive, clear explanations of both the principles underlying pediatric critical care disease and trauma as well as how these principles are applied. Led by Drs. Donald H. Shaffner, John J. McCloskey, Elizabeth A. Hunt, and Robert C. Tasker, along with a team of 27 section editors as well as more than 250 expert global contributors, the fully revised Sixth Edition brings you completely up to date on today’s understanding, treatments, technologies, and outcomes regarding critical illness in children.  Contains 120 up-to-date chapters covering everything from hematologic/oncologic disorders to mass casualty incidents to PICU organization and physical design  Keeps you current with the latest evidence and practices, including recent advances in electronic monitoring, education, and pandemic management  Includes Key Points at the beginning of each chapter along with associated numbered margin icons throughout correlating pertinent sections so you can find what you need, quickly margin icons so you can find what you need quickly  Features a vibrant, full-color layout that enhances visual appeal and makes the text easier to navigate  Highlights best available evidence for each topic, helping you quickly locate and evaluate significant data  Provides an online appendix, available via the eBook that accompanies this text, of critical care equations for quick reference of essential information    Enrich Your eBook Reading Experience  Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone.  Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech. 
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Hall, Schmidt, and Wood's Principles of Critical Care

John Kress, Ivor S. Douglas
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editore: McGraw-Hill Education

pagine: 1504

The field’s definitive text―updated with the latest advances in critical care and 1,000+ color images Comprehensive and current, Hall, Schmidt, and Wood's Principles of Critical Care is the authoritative guide to diagnosing and treating the most common problems encountered in the practice of critical care. Written by expert critical care physicians who are also experienced teachers, it features an organization, thoroughness, and clarity unavailable in other critical care resources. This peerless guide provides consensus on the complex and often-conflicting data in the practice of critical care, along with copious diagnostic and treatment algorithms. The text covers every aspect of critical care medicine essential to successful clinical practice, ranging from basic principles to the latest technologies. This updated fifth edition is highlighted by: In-depth, up-to-date descriptions of the unique presentation, differential diagnosis, and management of specific critical illnesses A logical organ system approach that simplifies the search for thorough and practical information necessary to manage a patient's specific condition New chapters on Oxygen Delivery Systems; Ultrasound in Critical Care; Fungal and Viral Infections; Pulmonary Hypertension; Alcohol Withdrawal; and COVID-19 and Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) New material regarding critical care pandemic preparedness and response Enhanced cross-disciplinary chapters addressing the structures and systems of critical care, including staffing, safety, and informatics New contributions on caregiver and family issues and the implications of disordered sleep for the critically ill A full-color presentation
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Il monitoraggio emodinamico in area critica

Fabio Guarracino

editore: Edra

pagine: 320

La gestione emodinamica rappresenta una sfida sempre impegnativa in area critica per la variegata tipologia di pazienti e di s
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Pocket ICU

Gyorgy Frendl

editore: Wolters Kluwer Health

pagine: 448

Designed for easy portability and quick reference, Pocket ICU, Third Edition, provides essential information that intensivists, residents, and nurses need daily in the ICU. Helmed by Drs. Gyorgy Frendl and Avery Tung and written by an expert team of contributing authors, this fully updated volume in the popular Pocket Notebook series provides a concise and focused review of all areas of critical care in one easy-to-navigate, pocket-sized notebook.  Provides fast access to the most relevant, evidence-based information in every area of critical care, including adult, pediatric, neuro, cardiac, transplant, trauma and burn critical care   New chapters addressing bioweapons, disaster preparedness and critical care challenges of an air-transmissible, pandemic-causing pathogen like COVID-19.  Uniform reader-friendly, bulleted outline format with numerous tables and diagrams throughout  Features an improved table of contents for faster access to essential information, a smart Index for key phrases, PubMed IDs for quick access to source literature  Convenient, portable size to fit in your lab coat pocket  Includes current contributions from leading critical care experts, as well as the most recent published evidence 
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Irwin and Rippe's Intensive Care Medicine: Print + eBook with Multimedia

2 Volume Set

a cura di Richard S. Irwin, Craig M. LillyWalter A. Boyle
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editore: Wolters Kluwer Health

pagine: 2400

Selected as a Doody’s Core Title for 2023! Covering both the theoretical and practical aspects of critical care,Irwin & Rippe’s Intensive Care Medicine, Ninth Edition, provides state-of-the-art, evidence-based knowledge for specialty physicians and non-physicians practicing in the adult intensive care environment. Drs. Craig M. Lilly, Walter A. Boyle, and Richard S. Irwin, along with a team of expert contributing authors and education expert, William F. Kelly, offer authoritative, comprehensive guidance from an interprofessional, collaborative, educational, and scholarly perspective, encompassing all adult critical care specialties.   Provides easy access to evidence-based critical care practice  Offers a practical, clinically oriented approach to intensive care, with detailed descriptions of procedures, incorporating new ultrasound and how-to videos that can easily be accessed in the eBook  Key points are identified at the beginning of each chapter and in the margins of the text  Key references chosen by the author experts are highlighted at the end of each chapter  Available even during network downtime  A key educational tool for learning critical care  Comprehensive coverage of topics in the field of critical care, including current information provided in 215 chapters authored by well-recognized experts  In-depth, comprehensive coverage that allows key skill acquisition  Useful resource for board preparation  New multiple-choice questions with annotated answers accompany each chapter in the eBook  Brings new expertise with senior editor Dr. Walter A. Boyle and online question editor William F. Kelly    Enrich Your eBook Reading Experience  Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone.  Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech. 
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Critical Care Handbook of the Massachusetts General Hospital

a cura di Edward A Bittner

editore: Wolters Kluwer Health

pagine: 672

With concise, full-color coverage of this rapidly enlarging field, Critical Care Handbook of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Seventh Edition, is your go-to guide for practical, complete, and current information on medical and surgical critical care. Edited by Drs. Edward A. Bittner, Lorenzo Berra, Peter J. Fagenholz, Jean Kwo, Jarone Lee, and Abraham Sonny, this user-friendly handbook is designed for rapid reference, providing reliable, hospital-tested protocols that reflect today's most advanced critical care practices. An at-a-glance outline format and portable size make it an essential manual for medical students, residents with rotations in ICUs, and physicians and nurses who work in critical care.  Reflects a multidisciplinary approach throughout, in a convenient size for on-the-go reference  Contains well-written, comprehensive coverage of general principles, specific considerations such as ARDS, and health care services such as ICU handoffs and transitions  Uses an efficient outline format with bolded key words and concepts  Includes new chapters on critical care management of COVID-19, heart failure, and pulmonary hypertension  Written by MGH attendings, fellows in critical care, nurses, and residents in anesthesia, critical care, and pain medicine, with input from surgery, pulmonary care, pediatrics, neurology, and pharmacy    Enrich Your eBook Reading Experience  Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone.  Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech. 
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The ECMO Book

Jeffrey DellaVolpe

editore: Elsevier

pagine: 248

ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation) is a crucial form of support for patients with respiratory failure, severe ARDS, COVID-19, and cardiogenic shock whose use has been increasing exponentially around the world. The ECMO Book offers a comprehensive yet approachable framework for understanding the principles of extracorporeal support as well as the subtleties related to the care of patients needing ECMO. Dr. Jeffrey DellaVolpe provides authoritative, consistent guidance on all aspects of ECMO, making complex information understandable and accessible and helping you increase your knowledge of and proficiency with this multifaceted therapy.Key Features Establishes the context of ECMO in the care of critically ill patients (patient selection, indications, contraindications), progressing from basic science information through advanced ECMO concepts.  Explores physiologic fundamentals and builds on these concepts by applying them to extracorporeal support, equipping you with a sound framework for how those principles can be applied in the day-to-day management of patients with severe cardiac and respiratory failure. Covers key topics such as blood flow titration, sweep gas titration, ventilator management on ECMO, and anticoagulation and bleeding management.  An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures and references, with the ability to search, customize your content, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud. 
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Critical Care Medicine at a Glance

Richard M. Leach

editore: Wiley-Blackwell

pagine: 185

The market-leading at a Glance series is popular among healthcare students and newly qualified practitioners for its concise, simple approach and excellent illustrations.Each bite-sized chapter is covered in a double-page spread with clear, easy-to-follow diagrams, supported by succinct explanatory text.Covering a wide range of topics, books in the at a Glance series are ideal as introductory texts for teaching, learning and revision, and are useful throughout university and beyond.Everything you need to know about Critical Care Medicine… at a Glance!Critical Care Medicine at a Glance, Fourth Edition provides a succinct, accessible, highly illustrated introduction to the care of the critically ill patient. Designed for medical students, junior doctors and nurses alike, this authoritative revision guide covers the essential clinical, diagnostic, and therapeutic skills required to manage critically ill patients with a wide range of conditions in a variety of settings. Colour-coded chapters which contain concise explanatory text, applications to practice, and numerous high-quality photographs, illustrations, diagrams and tables. Fully revised to reflect current guidelines, changes in practice and recent medical innovations, this fourth edition includes expanded coverage of resus, sepsis, COVID-19, ECMO, dermatological emergencies, envenomation and other key conditions and procedures. Updated chapters incorporate current assessment methods used by medical schools and postgraduate training programmes, whilst additional ‘Pearls of Wisdom’ boxes and ‘Wise Owl Reading’ reference suggestions are integrated throughout to aid learning and comprehension. Allows rapid access to the knowledge and skills required to care for the acute and critically ill Covers a wide range of topics such as respiratory and neurological emergencies, arrhythmias, ventilation and intubation, trauma surgery and abdominal imaging Features contributions from leading critical care practitioners Provides normal values, reference ranges and treatment and monitoring guidelines for various critical care scenarios Includes practical case studies, revision questions and self-assessment tests with answers Contains several useful appendices, including information on pacemaker types and classifications Critical Care Medicine at a Glance, Fourth Edition is a must-have for medical students, junior doctors and nurses in intensive care and emergency medicine and those undertaking postgraduate exams.
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Hagberg and Benumof's Airway Management

Carin A. Hagberg

editore: Elsevier

pagine: 992

Considered the go-to reference in airway management not only in anesthesia practice but also in emergency medicine and intensive care settings, Hagberg and Benumof's Airway Management ensures that practitioners worldwide are familiar and proficient with the most recent developments in equipment and scientific knowledge in this fast-changing area. Covering all aspects of this fundamental practice, the new 5th Edition facilitates the safe performance of airway management for all airway practitioners, regardless of specialty, using a concise, how-to approach, carefully chosen illustrations, and case examples and analysis throughout.
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Textbook of Critical Care

a cura di Rinaldo Bellomo, John J. MariniJean-Louis VincentFrederick A. Moore
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editore: Elsevier - Health Sciences Division

pagine: 1376

Bridging the gap between medical and surgical specialties in critical care, Textbook of Critical Care, 8th Edition, offers a practical, multidisciplinary approach to the effective management of adult and pediatric patients in the ICU. An outstanding editorial team, led by world-renowned intensivist Dr. Jean-Louis Vincent, assisted by Dr. Frederick A. Moore and new editors Drs. Rinaldo Bellomo and John J. Marini, provides the evidence-based guidance you need to overcome a full range of practice challenges. A full-color art program, relevant basic science and key summary points in every chapter, and expert contributing authors from all over the world make this an indispensable resource for every member of the critical care team. Provides a concise, readable understanding of the pathophysiology of critical illness and new therapeutic approaches to critical care.  Addresses both medical and surgical aspects in critical care for adult and pediatric patients in one comprehensive, easy-to-use reference.  Shares the knowledge and expertise of the most recognized and trusted leaders in the field, with more international contributing authors than in previous editions.  Covers new information on procedural and diagnostic ultrasound, prone positioning, ECMO, and VADs.  Discusses key topics such as organ support, telemedicine, echocardiography, antibiotic stewardship, antiviral agents, coagulation and anti-coagulation, and more.  Features a wealth of tables, boxes, algorithms, diagnostic images, and key points that clarify important concepts and streamline complex information for quick reference.  Includes companion videos and exclusive chapters online that cover commonly performed procedures.  Takes a multidisciplinary approach to critical care, with contributions from experts in anesthesia, surgery, pulmonary medicine, and pediatrics.  Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices. 
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Hirsch and Brenner's Atlas of EEG in Critical Care

Lawrence Hirsch, Richard P. Brenner

editore: Wiley-Blackwell

pagine: 556

Atlas of EEG in CRITICAL CAREAn essential resource enabling the rapid detection of clinically relevant EEG patterns in the ICU settingIn the newly revised Second Edition of Atlas of EEG in Critical Care, a team of distinguished medical professionals deliver a highly illustrated, accessible, and authoritative guide to EEGs in critically ill patients. The book highlights key diagnostic patterns, enabling clinicians to make rapid, accurate diagnoses of all major critical conditions, including seizures, stroke, and coma. The authors offer up-to-date coverage of continuous and quantitative EEG methods, including explanations of the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society’s 2021 Terminology for Critical Care EEG.The new edition provides readers with a wide range of presentations seen in typical intensive care units and utilizes extensive color arrows and boxes to highlight the patterns in EEG traces. It explores methods of data management and trending that are central to long-term monitoring and covers invasive recordings, including multi-modal monitoring. Readers will also find: Thorough introductions to the basics of EEG and EEG in encephalopathy In-depth explorations of seizures and status epilepticus, as well as rhythmic and periodic patterns, the ictal-interictal continuum, the extreme delta brush pattern, and other controversial and recently defined EEG patterns Comprehensive discussions of EEG in encephalopathy, coma, and cerebrovascular disease, as well as artifacts that can mimic seizures and other physiologic patterns Numerous examples of prolonged EEG monitoring and an in-depth section on quantitative EEG techniques for detection of seizures and ischemia Perfect for neurologists, EEG’ers and neurointensivists, the latest edition of Atlas of EEG in Critical Care will also earn a place in the libraries of neurology trainees seeking a practical and accessible collection of EEG traces from intensive care patients.
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Monitoraggio emodinamico, lezioni dalla terapia intensiva

M.R. Pinsky, J.-L. Teboul
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editore: Antonio Delfino Editore

pagine: 496

Questo testo, che fa parte della collana di volumi realizzata dalla European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, insegna ai lettori come utilizzare il monitoraggio emodinamico, attività che richiede oggi un approfondito bagaglio di conoscenze, irrinunciabile per chi si occupa di Terapia Intensiva. L’opera offre una guida affidabile a vantaggio, sia dei neofiti che degli intensivisti ormai esperti, che vogliano approfondire le loro competenze; rappresenta un aiuto per entrambe queste categorie di colleghi perché consente loro di individuare le situazioni di inadeguata perfusione e li orienta verso le scelte più opportune per ottenere il massimo risultato dal monitoraggio dei pazienti, in condizioni criticamente gravi.Inoltre, insegna loro a valutare, in maniera corretta, il sistema cardiovascolare e la sua risposta alle variazioni del fabbisogno di ossigeno, secondo le richieste dei tessuti.Il testo è suddiviso in diversi capitoli: fisiologia e fisiopatologia; valutazioni e misurazioni di carattere clinico; aspetti di pratica clinica, comprese le varie metodiche attualmente in uso; obiettivifondamentali della gestione clinica e misure terapeutiche di natura emodinamica, da attuare nelle diverse situazioni.Ciascun capitolo utilizza un approccio di carattere didattico, è corredato da esempi pratici, sottolinea chiaramente i punti di maggiore interesse e richiama l’attenzione sui concetti che è opportuno ricordare; in tal modo i lettori vengono agevolati nel memorizzare, rapidamente, i messaggi e al tempo stesso sono in grado di trasferire quanto stanno apprendendo direttamente nella pratica clinica.
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Manuale pratico dell'accesso venoso

Mauro Pittiruti, Giuseppe Capozzoli

editore: Antonio Delfino Editore

pagine: 632

La seconda edizione del manuale dell’accesso venoso nasce non solo come esigenza di aggiornamento di una materia, in continua evoluzione, ma anche come parte integrante della risposta clinica all’attuale emergenza pandemica infettiva.L’accesso venoso diventa uno strumento essenziale per affrontare le nuove sfide cliniche che la scienza medica dovrà sostenere nei prossimi anni. L’importanza della scelta ottimale dell’accesso venoso, l’accuratezza dell’impianto e della gestione, la protezione dei pazienti e degli operatori, si confermano come argomenti cardine anche in questa seconda edizione del manuale.Una maggior attenzione è stata rivolta anche all’accesso vascolare in emergenza-urgenza (capitolo sull’accesso intraosseo) ed all’accesso vascolare nel paziente critico (capitolo sulla cannulazione arteriosa).Il manuale è stato anche aggiornato alla luce delle più recenti linee guida (vedi ad esempio, la recente edizione 2021 degli Standards della Infusion Nursing Society e la recentissima Consensus ERPIUP, sugli accessi venosi periferici, sempre del 2021) e dei molti importanti studi clinici pubblicati negli ultimi cinque anni, che hanno consolidato alcune certezze (la importanza della elettrocardiografia intracavitaria, il ruolo centrale della ecografia, in tutte le fasi dell’incannulamento venoso centrale, la rilevanza della scelta del sito di emergenza, e così via) e introdotto nuovi standard (l’utilizzo della colla in cianoacrilato, i sistemi di ancoraggio sottocutaneo, il ruolo insostituibile della tunnellizzazione, la riscoperta dei port brachiali o ‘PICC-port’, e così via).Tra le novità degli ultimi anni, ricordiamo la introduzione di nuovi protocolli operativi, volti a standardizzare la scelta del dispositivo (protocollo DAVExpert), la scelta pre-procedurale della vena da incannulare (protocolli RaCeVA, RaPeVA, RaFeVA), la scelta del sito di emergenza (protocollo RAVESTO), nonché le stesse procedure di impianto (protocolli SIC, SIF, SIP): tutti questi protocolli, che semplificano e chiarificano anche il significato delle diverse manovre, sono stati inclusi e commentati nella nuova edizione del nostro manuale. Infine, anche la lista dei video è stata aggiornata, per stare al passo con l’evoluzione delle conoscenze.Ricordiamo infine, con soddisfazione e orgoglio che tra gli amici e colleghi autori che hanno collaborato alla stesura di questa nuova edizione, vi sono alcuni tra gli esperti italiani che più hanno contribuito negli ultimi anni – a livello internazionale – alla evoluzione delle metodologie nell’ambito dell’accesso venoso.In breve, siamo fiduciosi che anche questa seconda edizione potrà rappresentare un efficace strumento di consultazione per tutti gli operatori del settore degli accessi vascolari, ma anche e soprattutto uno strumento didattico completo e aggiornato per gli studenti delle scienze mediche ed infermieristiche. Mauro PittirutiGiuseppe Capozzoli
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Emergenze respiratorie. La gestione del paziente acuto e critico

Mario Giosuè Balzanelli

editore: Edra

pagine: 424

La pandemia da Covid-19 ha evidenziato la necessità di ottimizzare su tutti i livelli la gestione precoce del paziente acuto c
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Rapid Response Events in the Critically Ill

Kainat Saleem, Syed A. Zaidi

editore: Elsevier - Health Sciences Division

pagine: 378

Careful monitoring of at-risk patients, early intervention, and timely escalation to the critical care unit from a general ward has been shown to improve patient clinical outcomes. The first text of its kind in this important area, Rapid Response Events in the Critically Ill: A Case-Based Approach to Inpatient Medical Emergencies is designed to help you recognize the fundamental signs of deterioration in patients on medical wards and ensure that transfer is made to the ICU before the development of adverse clinical outcomes. Using a highly effective teaching approach preferred by both residents and fellows, this innovative text links theory to practice with a brief review of clinical cases sourced from various academic centers.
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