This new textbook of critical care is aimed primarily at specialist readership (specialist registrars and consultants in critical care, anaesthesia or any acute specialty) but will be of considerable interest to nurses and other allied health professionals caring for these patients. This book should be found on the desktop of every Intensive Care Unit, High Dependency Unit, acute medical or surgical ward or Accident a Emergency department. Indeed it isrelevant and important to every practicing clinician or nurse who looks after acutely sick patients around the world. It offers, as its key feature, ease of access to up-to-date evidence-based informationregarding the management of commonly encountered conditions, techniques and problems.Arterial cannulation allows for direct monitoring of the arterial blood pressure and also arterial blood gas sampling. ... Alternative sites for arterial cannulation include: Brachial artery This is an end artery supplying a large part of the forearm, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Oxford Desk Reference: Critical Care|
|Author||:||Carl Waldmann, Neil Soni, Andrew Rhodes|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2008-11-27|