Incorporate a holistic approach. Visualize all or any parts of the body, tissues, organs and systems in their live, anatomically and functionally interconnected state and in the context of the whole patientas clinical circumstances. See exactly how itas done. Numerous ultrasound images and access to dozens of videos demonstrate the use of ultrasound in critical care. Rely on the guidance of more than 80 different experts from Australia, China, Middle East, Europe, USA, and Canada regarding the current and future use of CCU. Adapt the use of emergency ultrasound in specialized out-of-hospital (i.e., war zones, animals) and in-hospital (i.e., pediatric units) settings. Additionally, issues regarding CCU logistics, training, and education are analyzed for the first time.REFERENCES. 1. Seneff M: Arterial line placement and care in intensive care medicine. In Irwin RS, Rippe JM, editors: ... Shiloh AL, Savel RH, Paulin LM, et al: Ultrasound- guided catheterization of the radial artery: a sys- tematic review and ... Baum PA, Matsumoto AH, Teitelbaum GP, et al: Anatomic relationship between the common femoral artery and vein: CT ... Milling TJ Jr, Rose J, Briggs WM, et al: Random- ized, controlled clinical trial of point-of-care limited ultrasonographyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Critical Care Ultrasound|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2014-01-16|