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

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A. Gullo
Springer Science & Business Media, 2005 - 760 lappuses

In modern medicine the most functional methodologies are taking an increasing importance in spreading informations, rendering it credible while at the same time using reliable data to focus interaction between basic science and clinical medicine. Critical care medicine embraces these needs and more than any other discipline thrives and develops thanks to interdisciplinary contact.

APICE 2004 has been organised to provide precise answers to these issues. In particular, considerable emphasis has been given to the reviews regarding the most important aspects - or the most significant clinical developments - in the sectors involving variety of functions: neurological, respiratory and cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, metabolism and perfusion; trauma infections, sepsis and organ failure; perioperative medicine and life support techniques; information technology dedicated to clinical medicine, but also as a means of information and education. The contributing authors are all part of leading research groups at the international level in the various sectors presented in the volume.

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Effects of body position on ventilationperfusion matching
xxiii
Chest pain
13
The electrocardiogram in the emergency department
23
The use of imaging to resolve difficult diagnoses
33
Assessment of pain
43
Titration of opioids for acute pain management
55
Neonatal Mechanical Ventilation
69
Extracorporeal circulation in the intensive care unit
79
Is the acute respiratory distress syndrome a systemic disease?
391
CARDIOVASCULAR CRITICAL CARE
399
Invasive versus noninvasive haemodynamic monitoring in major vascular surgery
401
Analysis of arterial pulse clinical implications
413
Beatbybeat monitoring of cardiac output with pressure recording analytical method
421
Haemodynamic standardisation procedures in highrisk surgery
433
From FrankStarling relationships to ventriculoarterial coupling
445
Pharmacology and selection of inotropic therapy
457

Clinical decisionmaking in the management of sepsis and septic shock
85
Intracranial haemorrhage the solution offered by recombinant factor Vila
97
An introduction to Open Source software licensing and use in anaesthesia department
107
MICRODIALYSIS
119
Lessons we have learnt from microdialysis in animals and humans
121
Secondary brain injury does microdialysis have a role?
135
Liver graft monitoring with intrahepatic microdialysis
143
Myocardial metabolism during open heart surgery assessed with microdialysis
153
CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
161
The journey of a drug to the target site what is decisive?
163
The pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of antimicrobial agents in intensive care unit patients as assessed by microdialysis
173
PERIOPERATIVE MEDICINE
181
Anaesthetic effects on regional cerebral blood flow and metabolism three contemporary reasons to care
183
Why and when is inhalation anaesthesia better
191
Analysis and instrumentations for estimating cerebral activity
201
Neuroimaging pharmacology of attention and memory
213
Intracranial pressure monitoring
223
Improving quality of recovery
233
LUNG AND ARTIFICIAL VENTILATION
239
Molecular biology and lung disease What is the impact?
241
Surfactant metabolism factors affecting lipid uptake in vivo and in vitro
255
Respiratory mechanics at the bedside
275
PEEP and cardiac output
293
Expiratory flow limitation and intrinsic PEEP
313
Mechanical ventilation strategies for lung protection
319
Recruitment and oxygenation
327
Lung oedema in acute lung injury
341
Grading severity of respiratory dysfunction clinical correlates and indications for mechanical ventilation
353
Weaning as a cardiac stress test
367
Respiratory management in obese patients
375
Decisionmaking in critical care Cardiac arrhythmias and related topics
469
management for the patient with an implanted cardiac rhythm management device
479
Hypothermia in cardiac surgery
491
CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION
503
Pharmacological management of cardiopulmonary resuscitation
505
Myocardial preservation reperfusion injury and postresuscitation myocardial dysfunction
513
MICROCIRCULATION AND SHOCK
523
Regional blood flow distribution in septic cardiogenic and haemorrhagic shock
525
Orthogonal polarisation spectral imaging principles techniques human studies
531
Carbon dioxide monitoring to evaluate cell oxygenation
539
The microcirculation in distress monitoring and recruitment
553
Tissue metabolism in different types of shock
561
Organ dysfunction in circulatory shock altered perfusion metabolism or tight junctions? Do we need a shift of paradigm?
573
Haemodynamic support of paediatric patients in septic shock
583
PAEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE
593
Recent advances in artificial ventilation in paediatric age
595
Complications in paediatric regional anaesthesia
607
Home ventilation in paediatric patients with chronic respiratory failure
615
Decisionmaking in paediatric extracranial trauma
629
Developments in the treatment of postoperative pain in paediatrics
649
TRAUMA AND EMERGENCY SYSTEM
657
Prehospital care triage and primary survey
659
Spine and spinal cord trauma
669
Treatment of acute pneumothorax in the field
679
CLINICAL STUDY DESIGN
689
Critical appraisal skills
691
Literature search
703
Study design
715
Index
745
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