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Ventilator Management And Troubleshooting In The Emergency Department Ventilator Management And Troubleshooting In The Emergency Department - $39.00
This issue reviews the basic concepts of respiratory system compliance, airway resistance, and disorders of gas exchange. Steps for investigating and treating high pressures, worsening gas exchange, and dynamic hyperinflation are outlined. Methods for determining the degree of airway resistance and auto-positive end-expiratory pressure are provided. More information...
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Antidotes For Overdose: Timely And Effective Counteraction Antidotes For Overdose: Timely And Effective Counteraction - $39.00
This review will discuss the indications, pharmacology, adverse effects, and dosing of 5 antidotes commonly employed in emergency medicine: N-acetylcysteine, sodium bicarbonate, glucagon, high-dose insulin, and intravenous lipid emulsion. More information...
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Emergency Department Treatment Of Beta Blocker And Calcium-Channel Blocker Poisoning Emergency Department Treatment Of Beta Blocker And Calcium-Channel Blocker Poisoning - $39.00
The treatment of a patient who has sustained an overdose of a beta blocker and/or calcium channel-blocking agent can be challenging and time-sensitive, with few proven treatment options beyond supportive care. More information...
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Sedation Of The Mechanically Ventilated Patient In The Emergency Department Sedation Of The Mechanically Ventilated Patient In The Emergency Department - $39.00
This review examines the current literature and describes when supplemental medications may be required and how to titrate these drugs to achieve the desired effect. Ongoing monitoring of sedation is also of prime importance, and several validated sedation scales are discussed. The sedatives, analgesics, and anesthetics currently utilized in the care of critically ill patients are also reviewed. More information...
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The Use Of Blood Products In The Critically Ill Patient: Indications And Risks The Use Of Blood Products In The Critically Ill Patient: Indications And Risks - $39.00
This issue reviews the preparation of blood components and indications for their use, infusion of products, and the determination of stability after infusion. Infectious and immunologic risks associated with transfusion are reviewed, with special attention given to pulmonary complications, as well as guidelines for comprehensive informed consent. Massive transfusion protocols and the use of oxygen-carrying substitutes are also discussed. More information...
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Toxic Hemoglobinopathies In The Emergency Department Toxic Hemoglobinopathies In The Emergency Department - $39.00
This review provides a fundamental understanding of the pathophysiology of toxin-induced hemoglobinopathies and presents evidence-based recommendations to assist treating physicians in the management of the poisoned patient. More information...
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The Use Of Vasoactive Agents In The Management Of Circulatory Shock The Use Of Vasoactive Agents In The Management Of Circulatory Shock - $39.00
In this issue of EM Critical Care, we perform an evidence-based review of the use of vasoactive agents in the management of shock. More information...
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Ventilator Management In The Intubated Emergency Patient Ventilator Management In The Intubated Emergency Patient - $39.00
This review presents general ventilation approaches as well as strategies for special patient populations, such as those with traumatic brain injuries and acute respiratory distress syndrome, and it offers troubleshooting approaches to consider if a patient's condition deteriorates while he is on the ventilator. Situations in which extubation in the emergency department should be considered are also discussed. More information...
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Practical Aspects Of Postcardiac Arrest Therapeutic Hypothermia Practical Aspects Of Postcardiac Arrest Therapeutic Hypothermia - $39.00
In this issue, we will expand on the discussion of the use of therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest and will address a number of the challenges and logistical considerations for implementing hypothermia. More than a decade after the landmark trials by Bernard et al and the Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest (HACA) Study Group, there remain challenges with uptake, implementation, and inclusion/ exclusion criteria for therapeutic hypothermia. This issue by Pearson and Heffner succinctly addresses the spectrum of questions and complexities that have evolved since therapeutic hypothermia's powerful benefit was demonstrated. More information...
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