A brand new series from Oxford University Press, the Oxford Clinical Imaging Guides are specifically designed to help doctors master imaging techniques. Each guide explains the principles and practice of using imaging in an easy-to-read, highly-illustrated, and authoritative manner. Focused Intensive Care Ultrasound is a practical manual designed to help you use ultrasound to assess and treat critically ill patients. Extensively illustrated, the book comes with online access to over 70 videos and 60 self-assessment questions. This is the first book comprehensively mapped to the syllabi of Focused Intensive Care Echocardiography (FICE), Core Ultrasound for Intensive Care (CUSIC), Resuscitation Council UK's Focused Echocardiography in Emergency Life support (FEEL), British Society of Echocardiography's Level 1 Accreditation, and Focused Acute Medical Ultrasound (FAMUS). It is also ideal for European Focused Cardiac Ultrasound (FoCUS) training. Providing a clear distinction between basic and advance skills, it introduces relevant aspects of advanced echocardiography for more experienced learners. With a focus on clinical issues, and supported by relevant physiological principles, this book teaches you exactly what you need to know to assimilate ultrasound into your everyday intensive care practice. Designed as an essential day-to-day reference and learning tool, this resource is ideal for trainees, consultants and critical care practitioners wishing to master ultrasound skills.
1 Ultrasound based 1: Marcus Peck and Peter MacNaughton: Focused ultrasound 2: Ben Reddi and Nick Fletcher: Physics of Ultrasound 3: Carlos Corredor and Nick Fletcher: Image Optimisation 4: Russell Barber and Nick Fletcher: Artefacts 2 Structure based 5: Conn Russell: Transthoracic echocardiography, sonoanatomy and standard views 6: Nick Fletcher: Transoesophageal echocardiography, sonoanatomy and standard views 7: Marcus Peck: Left Ventricular Assessment 8: David Hendron: Right Ventricular Assessment 9: Paul Diprose: Atrial Assessment 10: Shirjel Alam and Michael Gillies: Pericardial Assessment 11: Marcus Peck Michaela Scheuermann-Freestone and: Aortic Valve Assessment 12: Thomas Clark and Stefanie Bruemmer-Smith: Mitral Valve Assessment 13: Prashant Parulekar and Tim Harris: Intravascular volume and cardiac output assessment 14: Ashley Miller: Lung ultrasound, sonoanatomy and standard views 15: Jennie Stephens: Pleural assessment 16: Andrew Walden: Lung assessment 17: Thomas Clark and Peter Macnaughton: Aortic assessment 18: Colin Bigham: Vascular Assessment 19: Justin Kirk-Bayley and James Doyle: Abdominal assessment 3 Problem based 20: Lewis Gray and Craig Morris: Haemodynamic instability 21: Gajen Sunthar Kanaganayagam, Andrew Constantine, and Susanna Price: Cardiac arrest 22: Ashley Miller: Dyspnea and hypoxaemia 23: Andrew Walden: Failure to wean from mechanical ventilation 24: Justin Kirk-Bayley and James Doyle: Trauma 25: Susanna Price and Guido Tavazzi: Advanced echocardiography: Sepsis 26: Alex Harrison: Acute kidney injury 27: Kelly Victor, Justin Kirk-Bayley, and Nicholas Ioannou: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome 4 Procedure based 28: Ahmed Labib and Andrew R Bodenham: Vascular access 29: Ahmed Labib and Andrew R Bodenham: Percutaneous tracheostomy 30: Jennie Stephens: Pleural drainage 31: Shirjel Alam and Michael Gillies: Pericardial drainage 32: David Ashton-Cleary: Paracentesis 33: Paul Margetts: Lumbar Puncture 34: Peter MacNaughton and Marcus Peck: Governance in point of care ultrasound