Title: Marino's the little ICU book / Paul L. Marino ; with contributions from Samuel Other titles: Little ICU book of facts and formulas | Marino's the little intensive. The third edition of The ICU Book marks its 15th year as a fundamental care units (10 different varieties at last count), each acting with little communion. PDF | On May 19, , Som Sarkar and others published The Little ICU Book of Facts and Formulas.
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The Little ICU Book of Facts and Formulas. By Paul L. Marino, M.D., Ph.D., F.C.C.M. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Pages: Quick lookup for the most essential info in critical care! Ideal for quick reference at the bedside, The Little ICU Book is a condensed, compact. Books now compete with web-based electronic resources, and the challenge for authors and publishers is how to provide accurate and timely.
Trainees and others often face severity of illnesses, care processes, and advanced technologies that offer intellectual, physical, and moral challenges. There is a need for a safety net, a quick reference that aspiring clinicians can have immediately at hand. This reference should be compact, portable, and easily accessible. Reading it should be simple, but it must include sufficient information that supports the provision of comprehensive clinical approaches to patients.
This fine line between simplicity and a full range of information can be difficult to achieve, but when present in a reference text, it can be a powerful mechanism to relieve anxiety in trainees and facilitate excellent patient care.
Perhaps for novice trainees, but not for those who have passed beyond their introductions to critical care medicine. For example, on the day I received this book, I evaluated a patient with suspected meningitis. I subsequently was unable to find a sentence or table describing cerebrospinal fluid analysis to differentiate the various causes of central nervous system infections.
The first few chapters of the text focus on basic issues of life in the ICU. They deal with behavioral issues relating to infection control and general prevention of ICU-related complications.
All the relevant issues are addressed and supported by current data. The remaining initial chapters describe issues related to vascular access and hemodynamic monitoring.
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