Trauma anesthesia and critical care of neurological injury /
edited by Kenneth J. Abrams, Christopher M. Grande.
Armonk, NY : Futura Pub. Co., c1997.
xvii, 553 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
0879936258 (alk. paper)
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Armonk, NY : Futura Pub. Co., c1997.
0879936258 (alk. paper)
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Table of Contents
Series Editor's Foreword
Prehospital Anesthesia Management of Neurological Trauma
Interhospital Transport of Neurotrauma Patients
Priorities in Initial Resuscitation and Perioperative Management: Multitrauma Patients with Head, Chest and other Major Injuries
Initial Intrahospital Resuscitation of the Patient with Head Trauma
Airway Management in Neurological Injuries
Neuronal Cell Pathophysiology and Modalities of Brain Protection
Fluid Management and Resuscitation in Neurological Trauma
Diagnostic Imaging in Neurotrauma
Anaesthesia for Neurodiagnostic Evaluation
Intraoperative Anesthetic Management of Closed Head Injuries
Intraoperative Management of Spinal Cord Injury
Critical Care Management of Closed Head Injury
Critical Care Management of Spinal Cord Injury
Nutritional Care following Neurotrauma
Therapeutic Advances in Neurotrauma
Recent Advances in Central Nervous System Monitoring
The Role of the Anesthesiologist in Rehabilitation
Brain Death and Organ Procurement
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