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Gullo, Antonino

Anaesthesia, Pain, Intensive Care and Emergency A.P.I.C.E.

Gullo, Antonino - Anaesthesia, Pain, Intensive Care and Emergency A.P.I.C.E., ebook

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Table of contents

1. Cellular response to mechanical stress
C. S. N. B. Garcia, P. R. M. Rocco, M. M. Morales

2. Molecular biology: from the bench to clinical application
M. M. Morales

3. Autologous bone marrow cells transplantation in ischaemic cardiomyopathy: initial clinical results
S. Almeida De Oliveira, L. Henrique, W. Gowdak, J. E. Krieger

4. Haemorrhagic shock
J. Boldt

5. Microdialysis: principles and techniques
C. -H. Nordström, U. Ungerstedt

6. Sidestream dark-field imaging and image analysis of oral microcirculation under clinical conditions
D. M. J. Milstein, J. A. H. Lindeboom, C. Ince

7. Perfusion optimisation at the microcirculatory level
D. Backer

8. Pacemaker resynchronisation in the treatment of severe heart failure
J. L. Atlee

9. The importance of guidelines in airway management
F. Petrini, M. Sorbello, M. Scoponi

10. BioGrid: a collaborative environment for Life Science Research
C. -H. Huang

11. The classifications of antibiotics
R. Gaudio

12. An overview of antibiotic pharmacokinetics
M. Palazzo

13. Evidence for immediate adequate parenteral antibiotics
V. Emmi

14. Focus on antibiotics: use and misuse in the intensive care unit, and antibiotics monitoring
F. Pea, F. Pavan, M. Furlanut

15. Clinical significance of monitoring the central nervous system in the operation room and the intensive care unit
E. Freye

16. Global hypothermia for neuroprotection after cardiac arrest
W. Behringer, M. Holzer, F. Sterz

17. Vegetative state
N. Latronico

18. A personal account from four decades of cardiac care: is there a case for mechanical heart rhythm management?
J. L. Atlee

19. Oesophageal pacing and cardioversion-defibrillation
J. L. Atlee

20. Thrombolysis during cardiopulmonary resuscitation
F. Spöhr, B. W. Böttiger

21. Cardiac resynchronisation therapy: do we know everything?
C. Fantoni, A. Auricchio

22. Minimising reperfusion injury in settings of myocardial ischaemia
R. J. Gazmuri

23. Non-invasive haemodynamic monitoring: where we are in 2005
R. Muchada

24. Role of shock timing in cardiac vulnerability to electric shocks
B. Rodriguez, N. Trayanova, D. Gavaghan

25. Analysis of arterial pulse and ventricular devices
S. Scolletta, S. M. Romano, B. Biagioli

26. Ventilatory-metabolic monitoring and analysis of arterial pulse
P. Giomarelli, E. Casadei, S. Scolletta

27. The assessment of cardiac performance in critically ill patients
C. Sorbara, A. Rossi

28. Haemodynamic monitoring of septic patients with pressure recording analytical method: preliminary observations
G. Tulli, S. M. Romano, R. Feminò

29. The dark side of the moon: in-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation
E. Cerchiari, N. Cilloni, F. Semeraro

30. Physiopathology of atelectasis during anaesthesia
G. Hedenstierna

31. Effect of mechanical ventilation on right ventricular afterload
D. Reis Miranda, D. Gommers, B. Lachmann

32. Computed tomography evaluation of lung collapse and recruitment manoeuvres during anaesthesia
L. M. S. Malbouisson, J. O. C. Auler

33. Mechanisms of repair and remodelling in ARDS
C. Santos, P. R. M. Rocco

34. Corticosteroids in ARDS: back to the future
A. B. Souza-Fernandes, W. A. Zin, P. R. M. Rocco

35. Nitric oxide should be used in ARDS
H. Gerlach

36. Formation and clearance of pulmonary oedema in acute lung injury/acute respiratory distress syndrome
B. Allaria

37. Diabetic ketoacidosis: incidence, biochemical abnormalities, pathophysiology, and diagnosis
K. Hillman

38. Endogenous metabolic acid-base abnormalities: lactate and other strong ions
K. J. Gunnerson, J. A. Kellum

39. Metabolic acidosis
F. Schiraldi, G. Esposito, E. G. Ruggiero

40. Metabolic alkalosis
F. Schiraldi, E. Mirante, F. Paladino

41. Blood-gas monitoring
R. G. G. Terzi

42. Epidemiology of infections in the PICU
I. Salvo, F. Izzo, A. Wolfler

43. Strategy in the treatment of secondary peritonitis
R. Hann, S. Stortecky, C. Spiss

44. Combination therapy for sepsis: the wave of the future or too complex to consider?
S. M. Opal, A. S. Cross

45. Implementation of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines
J. -L. Vincent

46. Perioperative cardiac risk stratification
M. Brudniewski, A. P. Schmidt, J. O. C. Auler

47. Risk evaluation and anaesthetic strategy in perioperative myocardial ischaemia
B. Drenger

48. Practice recommendations guidelines for pulmonary artery catheter
M. Brudniewski, A. P. Schmidt, J. O. C. Auler

49. Perioperative neuroprotection: is it possible to prevent brain injury in high risk patients?
M. Brudniewski, A. P. Schmidt, J. O. C. Auler

50. Drug interactions in anaesthetic practice
V. Fodale, L. B. Santamaria

51. Perioperative myocardial ischaemia
P. Foëx

52. Left ventricular systolic and diastolic dysfunction
P. Foëx

53. Challenges in perioperative medicine: positioning
M. Klimek, F. Grüne

54. The neurotoxicity of commonly used general anaesthetics: is it possible?
V. Jevtovic-Todorovic

55. Neuroprotection by N-methyl-D-aspartate antagonists
S. Himmelseher, E. F. Kochs

56. Neuroprotection by dexmedetomidine
S. Himmelseher, E. F. Kochs

57. Choice of anaesthetics for neurosurgical anaesthesia
P. M. Patel

58. Brain protection — the clinical reality
P. M. Patel

59. Challenges in perioperative medicine: neuroanaesthesia
K. J. Ruskin

60. Does anaesthesia influence the apoptosis pathway?
G. Delogu, M. Signore, A. Antonucci

61. Anaesthesia in orthopaedic surgery
B. Borghi, J. Frugiuele, A. Adduci

62. Severe bleeding in critical care
M. Girardis, S. Busani, M. Marietta

63. Transfusion triggers in surgery
P. Linden

64. Pre-hospital trauma care: controversial aspects
G. Berlot, B. Bacer, S. Rocconi

65. The unstable trauma patient
G. Gordini, M. Menarini, E. Bigi

66. What to do next: major chest trauma beyond the ‘recipe books’
F. Plani, J. Goosen

67. Application of new educational methodologies in disaster medicine
F. Corte, A. Gratarola, F. Mura

68. Terrorist attacks: what have we learned?
P. Singer

69. Difficult airway
G. A. Marraro

70. Rationale for the use of noninvasive ventilation in children
C. Gregoretti, F. Racca

71. Neonatal helmet-continuous positive airway pressure in preterm infants
D. Trevisanuto, N. Doglioni, N. Grazzina

72. Helmet-delivered CPAP in children with acute hypoxaemic respiratory failure
G. Chidini, P. Pelosi, E. Calderini

73. Organisation of an Acute Pain Service
M. Stadler, J. Boogaerts

74. Pain management and patient satisfaction
D. Caristi, L. Miotto, M. Piva

75. Monitoring process quality in intensive care
M. Hiesmayr

76. Evaluating quality of life after intensive care
M. Capuzzo, S. Bertacchini, C. Chiani

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Keywords: MEDICAL / Public Health MED078000

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2006
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Medicine, Health Care, Mode
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Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9788847004078

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