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Adult Critical Care Medicine: A Clinical Casebook 2019


Table of contents : 
Preface......Page 6
Contents......Page 7
Contributors......Page 9
Case #1: Intracranial Hypertension......Page 12
Case #2: Status Epilepticus......Page 24
References......Page 33
Case Presentation......Page 36
Surgeon-Patient Relationship......Page 39
Communication......Page 40
Surgical vs. Medical Intensivist......Page 41
Conflict Between Surgeon and Intensivist......Page 42
Closed vs. Open ICU......Page 43
Discussion......Page 44
References......Page 47
Chapter 3: Perioperative Management of the Heart Transplant and Mechanical Circulatory Support Device Patient......Page 49
Case Presentation......Page 50
Initial Considerations......Page 51
Post-operative Considerations......Page 52
Anticoagulation Considerations......Page 54
Additional Considerations......Page 56
Post-readmission Considerations......Page 57
Posttransplant Considerations......Page 58
Posttransplant Arrhythmias......Page 66
Allograft Dysfunction......Page 67
References......Page 69
Chapter 4: Damage Control in the Trauma ICU......Page 75
Emergency Room Course......Page 76
Social History......Page 78
Admission Laboratory Results......Page 79
Operating Room Course......Page 80
Trauma ICU Course......Page 84
Hypothermia......Page 85
Acidosis/Circulatory Support......Page 87
Coagulopathy......Page 88
Second Operating Room Course......Page 90
Subsequent Trauma ICU Course and Abdominal Closure......Page 91
References......Page 94
History of Present Illness......Page 96
Differential Diagnosis......Page 97
Case Summary......Page 98
History of Present Illness......Page 99
Diagnostic Considerations......Page 100
Case Summary......Page 101
Physical Exam......Page 102
Case Summary......Page 103
History of Present Illness......Page 104
Differential Diagnosis......Page 105
Case Summary......Page 106
Suggested Reading......Page 107
Case Study......Page 109
Differential Diagnoses......Page 112
Introduction......Page 113
Reportable Metrics......Page 115
Quality: Six Sigma, CUSP, and Just Culture......Page 119
Six Sigma......Page 120
CUSP......Page 121
Communication and Culture......Page 122
Summary......Page 124
References......Page 125
Chapter 7: Surveillance and Prevention of Hospital-Acquired Infections......Page 128
Case 1......Page 129
Reporting of Ventilator-Associated Events (VAE)......Page 130
VAE......Page 131
Minimize Sedation......Page 132
Elevate the Head of the Bed......Page 133
Case 2......Page 134
Asymptomatic Catheter-Associated UTI [27]......Page 135
Prevention of CAUTI......Page 136
Summary of CAUTI......Page 139
CLABSI......Page 140
Prevention of CLABSI......Page 141
Case 4......Page 142
Reporting of Hospital-Acquired Clostridium difficile Infection......Page 143
Prevention of Hospital-Acquired Clostridium difficile Infections......Page 144
References......Page 147
Case Study......Page 153
Diagnosis......Page 154
Early Antimicrobials......Page 159
Hemodynamic Management......Page 161
Source Control......Page 164
Adjunctive Therapies......Page 165
Case Conclusion......Page 166
References......Page 169
Case Presentation......Page 172
Discussion......Page 173
References......Page 180
Day 1......Page 183
Day 2......Page 184
Days 14–28......Page 186
Overview......Page 187
Day 1......Page 189
Day 2......Page 192
Day 4–13......Page 193
Day 14–28......Page 194
Summary......Page 195
References......Page 196
Introduction......Page 197
Case Presentation......Page 198
Future Aims......Page 210
References......Page 214
Introduction......Page 217
Case Presentation......Page 218
Assessment and Diagnosis......Page 220
Law......Page 221
Ethics......Page 224
Management......Page 228
References......Page 229
Chapter 13: Nutrition Support Therapy During Critical Illness......Page 230
Case Study......Page 232
What Is the Role of Nutrition in Critical Illness?......Page 233
How Much Nutrition Should I Start (If Any)?......Page 235
What Is Nutritional Risk?......Page 237
Should I Start Enteral or Parenteral Nutrition (or Both)?......Page 239
What Is the Optimal Macronutrient?......Page 244
Our Assessment of Nutritional Risk in Our Patient......Page 245
References......Page 246
Introduction......Page 252
Case Presentation......Page 253
Recognizing the Difficult Airway......Page 254
Airway Management......Page 256
The Difficult Airway Response Team......Page 265
A Reasonable Approach......Page 266
Summary......Page 267
References......Page 268
Case Summary......Page 270
Differential Diagnosis......Page 273
Clinical Parameters for Assessing for Volume Responsiveness......Page 275
Bedside and Biomarker Assessment of Volume Responsiveness......Page 279
Central Catheter-Based Hemodynamic Monitoring......Page 280
Ultrasonography......Page 281
Arterial Pressure Waveform Analysis......Page 283
Bioreactance......Page 285
Fingertip Monitoring Devices......Page 286
Conclusion......Page 288
References......Page 289
Part A: Case Presentation......Page 301
Differential Diagnosis and Assessment......Page 302
Management of Bleeding......Page 306
Part B: Case Presentation, Continued......Page 309
Differential Diagnosis and Assessment......Page 310
Management of Thrombosis......Page 311
Outcome......Page 313
References......Page 314
History of Present Illness (HPI)......Page 316
Physical Examination......Page 317
Differential Diagnosis......Page 318
Dyspnea of Normal Pregnancy......Page 319
Pneumonia and Respiratory Infections......Page 321
Acute Coronary and Vascular Syndromes......Page 322
Peripartum Cardiomyopathy (PPCM)......Page 324
Pulmonary Embolism (PE)......Page 325
Diagnosis......Page 326
Blood and Serum Testing......Page 327
Electrocardiogram (ECG)......Page 328
CT Angiogram (CTA)......Page 329
Ventilation-Perfusion (VQ) Scan......Page 330
Further Diagnostic Patient Data......Page 331
Supportive Critical Care in the Obstetric Patient......Page 332
Anticoagulation......Page 335
Massive Pulmonary Embolism......Page 337
Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis (CDT)......Page 338
Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)......Page 339
Case Summary......Page 340
References......Page 341
Case Part 1......Page 352
Case Part 2......Page 358
Summary......Page 368
References......Page 369
Case Study......Page 370
Digoxin......Page 374
Alpha-2 Agonists......Page 377
Sedative/Hypnotics......Page 378
Organophosphates/Carbamates......Page 379
Management of the Acutely Ill, Hypotensive, Bradycardic Patient......Page 380
Case Conclusion......Page 387
References......Page 388
Index......Page 392


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