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Cardiology in critical illness /
editor, Helen F. Galley ; editorial board, Nigel R. Webster ... [et al.]
imprint
London : BMJ Books, 2001.
description
xii, 60 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0727915436
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London : BMJ Books, 2001.
isbn
0727915436
general note
"The chapters in this book are based on presentations given at the spring meeting of the Intensive Care Society in Harrogate" - T.p. verso.
catalogue key
4562522
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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This issue in the Critical Care Focus series addresses cardiological problems likely to be encountered in the Intensive Care Unit. It includes dealing with patients with chronic heart failure and the pharmacological treatments available.
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This issue of the critical care focus series addresses cardiological problems likley to be encountered in the Intensive Care Unit. It includes dealing with patients with chronic heart failure and the pharmacological treatment strategies available; a step by step approach to dealing with arrythmias, acute coronary syndrome, advances in measurement of cardiac output,and a detailed review of the heart and vasculature in septic shock.
Table of Contents
Pathophysiology of chronic heart failure
Advances in treatment of heart failure
Artificial hearts How to use echocardiography
Acute coronary syndromes Managing arrhythmias
Estimation of cardiac output
The heart and vasculature in sepsis and septic shock
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