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The checklist manifesto : how to get things right

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog118808
Author
Gawande, Atul
Edition
1st ed
Call Number
W84 G39 2010
Location
Richmond Hospital
Title
The checklist manifesto : how to get things right
Author
Gawande, Atul
Responsibility
Atul Gawande
Edition
1st ed
Place
New York, NY
Publisher
Metropolitan Books
Year Published
2010
Physical Description
209 p
Subjects
Medical care - Quality control
Clinical Competence
Emergency medicine
Intensive Care Units
ISBN
9780805091748
Format
Book
Location
Richmond Hospital
Call Number
W84 G39 2010
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Critical care medicine : principles of diagnosis and management in the adult

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog118109
Author
Parrillo, Joseph E.
Dellinger, R. Phillip
Edition
3rd ed.
Call Number
WX218 C9362 2008
Location
Richmond Hospital
Title
Critical care medicine : principles of diagnosis and management in the adult
Alternate Title
Critical care medicine
Author
Parrillo, Joseph E.
Dellinger, R. Phillip
Responsibility
Joseph E. Parillo
R. Phillip Dellinger
Edition
3rd ed.
Place
Philadelphia, PA
Publisher
Mosby Elsevier
Year Published
2008
Physical Description
xix, 1776 p. : ill.
Subjects
Critical Care
Intensive Care Units
Abstract
Clinically oriented critical care text focusing on the adult patient. Illustrated with clinical photographs, imaging studies, and management algorithm.
ISBN
9780323048415
Format
Book
Location
Richmond Hospital
Call Number
WX218 C9362 2008
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Critical care medicine : principles of diagnosis and management in the adult

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog122848
Author
Parrillo, Joseph E.
Dellinger, R. Phillip
Edition
5th ed.
Call Number
WX218 C9362 2019
Location
Lions Gate Hospital
Title
Critical care medicine : principles of diagnosis and management in the adult
Alternate Title
Critical care medicine
Author
Parrillo, Joseph E.
Dellinger, R. Phillip
Responsibility
Joseph E. Parillo
R. Phillip Dellinger
Edition
5th ed.
Place
Philadelphia, PA
Publisher
Elsevier
Year Published
2019
Physical Description
xxi, 1322 p. : ill.
Subjects
Critical Care
Intensive Care Units
Diagnosis
Abstract
Clinically oriented critical care text focusing on the adult patient. Illustrated with clinical photographs, imaging studies, and management algorithm.
ISBN
9780323446761
Format
Book
Location
Lions Gate Hospital
Call Number
WX218 C9362 2019
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Evidence-based practice of critical care

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog123191
Edition
3rd
Call Number
WX218 E935 2020
Location
Lions Gate Hospital
Title
Evidence-based practice of critical care
Responsibility
Deutschman, Clifford S.
Neligan, Patrick J.
Editor
Deutschman, Clifford S.
Neligan, Patrick J.
Edition
3rd
Place
Philadelphia, PA
Publisher
Elsevier
Year Published
2020
Physical Description
xx, 661 pages
Subjects
Critical Care
Evidence-Based Medicine
Intensive Care Units
Abstract
Table of Contents
Section 1: Critical care and critical illness. Has evidence-based medicine changed the practice of critical care? / Andrew T. Levinson and Mitchell M. Levy -- Do protocols/guidelines actually improve outcomes? / Jon Sevransky, William S. Bender, and Bram Rochwerg -- What happens to critically ill patients after they leave the ICU? / Jason H. Maley and Mark E. Mikkelsen -- What can be done to enhance recognition of the post-ICU syndromes (PICS)? What can be done to prevent it? What can be done to treat it? / Jakob I. McSparron and Theodore J. Iwashyna -- How have genomics informed our understanding of critical illness? / Kelly R. Genga, Mark Trinder, and James A. Russell.
Section 2: Basic respiratory management and mechanical ventilation. Is oxygen toxic? / Bryan T.G. Reidy, Pauline Whyte, and Patrick J. Neligan -- What is the role of noninvasive respiratory support and high-flow nasal cannula in the intensive care client? / Joshua Iokepa Santos and Jason C. Brainard -- What is the role of PEEP and recruitment maneuvers in ARDS? / Sinead Egan and Gerard P. Curley -- What is the best way to wean and liberate patients from mechanical ventilation? / Alistair Nichol ... [et al.] -- How does mechanical ventilation damage lungs? What can be done to prevent it? / Ron Leong, Joshua A. Marks, and Maurizio Cereda.
Section 3: Non-ARDS and noninfectious respiratory disorders. How should exacerbations of COPD be managed in the intensive care unit? / Christina Campbell, Tara Cahill, and Anthony O'Reagan -- Is diaphragmatic dysfunction a major problem following mechanical ventilation? / Ewan C. Goligher and Martin Dres.
Section 4: ARDS. ARDS: are the current definitions useful? / Jason H. Maley and B. Taylor Thompson -- What are the pathologic and pathophysiologic changes that accompany ARDS? / Jonathan Dale Casey and Lorraine B. Ware -- What factors predispose patients to acute respiratory distress syndrome? / Yewande Odeyemi, Alice Gallo De Moraes, and Ognjen Gajic -- What is the best mechanical ventilation strategy in ARDS? / Yasin A. Khan and Niall D. Ferguson -- Is carbon dioxide harmful or helpful in ARDS? / Claire Masterson ... [et al.] -- Does patient positioning make a different in ARDS? / Amy L. Bellinghausen, Robert L. Owens, and Atul Malhotra -- Do inhaled vasodilators in ARDS make a difference? / Francois Lamontagne, Paige Guyatt, and Maureen O. Meade -- Does ECMO work? / Jesse M. Raiten, William J. Vernick, and Jacob T. Gutsche -- What lessons have we learned from epidemiologic studies of ARDS? / Jordan Anthony Kemper and Greg S. Martin -- What are the long-term outcomes after ARDS? / Catherine L. Hough.
Section 5: General critical care management. How do I approach fever in ICU and should fever be treated? / Anne M. Drewry -- What fluids should be given to the critically ill patient? What fluids should be avoided? / Anders Perner -- Should blood glucose be tightly controlled in the intensive care unit? / Olivier Lheureux and Jean-Charles Preiser -- Is there a role for therapeutic hypothermia in critical care? / Tomas Drabek and Patrick M. Kochanek -- How do I manage the morbidly obese critical ill patient? / Ali A. El Solh -- How do I safely transport the critically ill patient? / Bairbre Aine McNicholas and John James bates -- What are the causes of and how do I treat critical illness neuropathy/myopathy? / Frank Brunkhorst and Hubertus Axer.
Section 6: Sepsis. What is sepsis? What is septic shock? What are MODS and persistent critical illness? / Daniel E. Leisman and Clifford Deutschman -- How do I identify the patient with "sepsis"? / Craig M. Coopersmith and Katherine Lyn Nugent -- Is there immune suppression in the critically ill patient -- pro? / Kenneth E. Remy and Isaiah R. Turnbull -- Is there immune suppression in the critically ill patient -- con? / Jean-Marc Cavaillon and Evangelos J. Giamarellos Bourboulis -- Does the timing of antibiotic administration matter in sepsis? / Ithan D. Peltan and Vincent X. Lio -- What is the role of vasopressors and inotropes in septic shock? / David Devlin, Clifford S. Deutschman, and Patrick J. Neligan -- Does monitoring the microcirculation make a difference in sepsis? Outcome? / Goskel Guven and Can Ince -- Are we getting any better at diagnosing sepsis? / Stephanie Royer Moss and Hallie C. Prescott -- Do the surviving sepsis campaign guidelines work? / Laura Evans and Ariella Pratzer -- Has outcomes in sepsis improved? What works? What does not? / Jean-Louis Vincent.
Section 7: Persistent critical illness. What happens to the autonomic nervous system in critical illness? / Gareth L. Ackland -- Is persistent critical illness a syndrome of ongoing inflammation/immunosuppression/catabolism? / McKenzie K. Hollen, Philip A. Efron, and Scott C. Brakenridge.
Section 8: Infection. How do I optimize antibiotic use in critical illness? / Cheston B. Cunha and Steven M. Opal -- How do I identify pathologic organisms in the 21st century? / Tjitske S. R. van Engelen and Tom van der Poll -- How do I diagnose and manage catheter-related bloodstream infections? / Michael Scully -- How do I manage central nervous system infections (meningitis/encephalitis)? / Amy C. Walker, David Foster Gaieski, and Nicholas J. Johnson -- How can biomarkers be used to differentiate between infection and non-infectious causes of inflammation? / Alexandra Binnie, Joel Lange, and Claudia C. Dos Santos -- What is ventilator-associated pneumonia? How do I diagnose it? How do I treat it? / Eman Ansari and Michael Klompas.
Section 9: Hemodynamic management. What is the role of invasive hemodynamic monitoring in critical care? / Daniel De Backer -- Does the use of echocardiography aid in the management of the critically ill? / Jennifer Cruz and Steven M. Hollenberg -- How do I manage hemodynamic decompensation in a critically ill patient? / Allison Dalton and Michael F. O'Connor -- What are the best tools to optimize the circulation? / Garima Gupta and Michael R. Pinsky -- How should cardiogenic shock be managed (including assist devices)? / Matthew R. Biery and Benjamin Kohl.
Section 10: Cardiovascular critical care. How do I manage acute heart failure? / Larry X. Nguyen and Benjamin Kohl -- How do I diagnose and manage myocardial ischemia in the ICU? / Audrey E. Spelde, Kristen Carey Rock, and Emily K. Gordon -- How do I prevent or treat atrial fibrillation in postoperative critically ill patients? / Jonathan K. Frogel and Stuart J. Weiss.
Section 11: Kidney injury and critical illness. How do I rapidly and correctly identify acute kidney injury? / Gianluca Villa, Zaccaria Rici, and Claudio Ronco -- What is the role of renal replacement therapy in the intensive care unit / Adeel Rafi Ahmed ... [et al.] -- What is the value of nondialytic therapy in acute kidney injury / Stephen Duff and Patrick T. Murray.
Section 12: Metabolic abnormalities in critical illness. How should acid-base disorders be diagnosed? / Patrick J. Neligan -- Is hyperchloremia harmful? / Ida-Fong Ukor and Keith R. Walley -- Dysnatremias: what causes them and how should they be treated? / Peter Moran, John Bates, and Patrick J. Neligan -- Why is lactate important in critical care? / Jan Bakker -- How does critical illness alter metabolism? / Mark E. Nunnally and Greta Piper.
Section 13: Neurological critical care. How should traumatic brain injury be managed? / Linsay Raab, W. Andrew Kofke, and Danielle K. Sandsmark -- How should aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage be managed? / Rick Gill, David Kung, and Joshua M. Levine -- How should acute ischemic stroke be managed in the intensive care unit? / Yunis Mayasi and Robert David Stevens -- How should status epilepticus be managed? / Jessica Falco-Walter and Thomas P. Bleck.
Section 14: Nutrition, gastrointestinal, and hepatic critical care. When and how should I feed the critically ill patient? / Patrick J. Neligan -- What does critical illness do to the liver? / Michael Bauer and Andreas Kortgen -- How do I manage a patient with acute liver failure? / Mark T. Keegan.
Section 15: Endocrine critical care. Is there a place for anabolic hormones in critical care? / Nicholas Heming ... [et al.] -- How do I diagnose and manage acute endocrine emergencies in the ICU? / Joseph Fernandez-Moure, Anna E. Garcia Whitlock, and Carrie A. Sims -- What is the current role for corticosteroids in critical care? / Craig Lyons and Leo G. Kevin.
Section 16: Trauma, surgery, obstetrics, and environmental injuries. How should trauma patients be managed in the intensive care unit? / Brian P. Smith and Patrick M. Reilly -- What is abdominal compartment syndrome and how should it be managed? / Michael A. Vella and Lewis J. Kaplan -- How should patients with burns be managed in the intensive care unit? / Marc G. Jeschke -- What is the best approach to resuscitation in trauma? / Samuel A. Tisherman, Megan T. Quintana, and Jason S. Radowsky -- How do I diagnose and treat major gastrointestinal bleeding? / Charles R. Vasquez and Niels D. Martin -- How should the critically ill pregnant patient be managed? / Ariel Tamara Slavin and Lauren A. Plante -- How do I diagnose and manage patients admitted to the ICU after common poisonings? / Jakub Furmaga and Kurt Kleinschmidt.
Section 17: Hematology critical care. When is transfusion therapy indicated in critical illness and when is it not? / Babak Sarani and Cheralyn J. Hendrix -- Is there a role for granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor and/or erythropoietin in critical illness? / McKenzie K. Hollen, Philip A. Efron, and Alicia M. Mohr -- What anticoagulants should be used in the critically ill patient? How do I choose? / Cheralyn J. Hendrix, Lisbi Rivas, and Babak Sarani.
Section 18: Critical care resource use and management. Is there a better way to deliver optimal critical care services? / Ian J. Barbash and Jeremy M. Kahn -- How do critical care pharmacists contribute to team-based care? / Judith Jacobi -- What is the role of advance practice nurses and physician assistants in the ICU? / Ruth Kleinpell and W. Robert Grabenkort.
Section 19: Patient suffering and other ethical issues. Do the guidelines for brain death determination need to be revised? / Ariane Lewis and Sam H. Shemie -- How do I diagnose, treat, and reduce delirium in the intensive care unit? / Christina Boncyk, E. Wesley Ely, and Pratik Pandharipande.
ISBN
9780323640688
Format
Book
Location
Lions Gate Hospital
Call Number
WX218 E935 2020
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Irwin and Rippe's intensive care medicine

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog118930
Author
Irwin, Richard S
Rippe, James M
Edition
7th ed
Call Number
WX218 I79 2011
Location
Richmond Hospital
Lions Gate Hospital
Title
Irwin and Rippe's intensive care medicine
Alternate Title
Intensive care medicine
Author
Irwin, Richard S
Rippe, James M
Responsibility
editors, Richard S. Irwin, James M. Rippe
Edition
7th ed
Place
Philadelphia
Publisher
Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Health
Year Published
2011
Subjects
Intensive Care--methods
Intensive Care Units
Critical care medicine
ISBN
9781608311835
Format
Book
Location
Richmond Hospital
Lions Gate Hospital
Call Number
WX218 I79 2011
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Irwin and Rippe's intensive care medicine

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog117542
Author
Irwin, Richard S.
Rippe, James M.
Edition
6th ed
Call Number
WX218 I79 2008
Location
Lions Gate Hospital
Title
Irwin and Rippe's intensive care medicine
Alternate Title
Intensive care medicine
Author
Irwin, Richard S.
Rippe, James M.
Responsibility
Editors, Richard S. Irwin, James M. Rippe
Edition
6th ed
Place
Philadelphia
Publisher
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Year Published
2008
Physical Description
xlv, 2487 p. : ill.
Subjects
Intensive care
Critical Care
Intensive Care Units
Critical care medicine
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN
0781791537
978078791533
Format
Book
Location
Lions Gate Hospital
Call Number
WX218 I79 2008
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Irwin and Rippe's intensive care medicine

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog123887
Author
Irwin, Richard S.
Edition
8th ed.
Call Number
ONLINE WX218 I79 2018
URL
View Ebook
Title
Irwin and Rippe's intensive care medicine
Alternate Title
Intensive care medicine
Author
Irwin, Richard S.
Edition
8th ed.
Place
Philadelphia
Publisher
Wolters Kluwer
Year Published
2018
Physical Description
2164 pages [print version]
Subjects
Critical Care
Critical care medicine
Intensive care
Intensive Care Units
Abstract
With a focus on evidence-based, state-of-the-art information throughout, the eighth edition of Irwin and Rippe's Intensive Care Medicine offers authoritative guidance to the wide variety of specialty physicians and non-physicians practicing in the adult intensive care environment. This comprehensive textbook covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of the field, and has been completely updated to provide encyclopedic, interprofessional coverage to support practitioners in every area of this complex field.
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ISBN
9781496306081
9781975102227
Format
Ebook
Call Number
ONLINE WX218 I79 2018
URL
https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=2013169&site=ehost-live
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Marino's the ICU book

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog119178
Author
Marino, Paul L.
Edition
4th
Call Number
WX218 M37 2014
Location
Richmond Hospital
Title
Marino's the ICU book
Alternate Title
The ICU book
Author
Marino, Paul L.
Responsibility
Paul L. Marino
Edition
4th
Place
Philadelphia
Publisher
Wolters Kluwer Health
Year Published
2014
Physical Description
xv, 1059 p.: col. illus.
Subjects
Critical Care
Intensive Care Units
Abstract
"A fundamental sourcebook for the care of critically ill patients. This edition continues the original intent to provide a "generic textbook" that presents fundamental concepts and patient care practices that can be used in any adult intensive care unit, regardless of the specialty focus of the unit"--Provided by publisher.
ISBN
9781451121186
Format
Book
Location
Richmond Hospital
Call Number
WX218 M37 2014
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Oxford handbook of critical care

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog118518
Author
Singer, Mervyn
Edition
3rd ed
Call Number
WX218 S56 2009
Location
Richmond Hospital
Title
Oxford handbook of critical care
Alternate Title
Handbook of critical care
Author
Singer, Mervyn
Responsibility
Mervyn Singer
Edition
3rd ed
Place
Oxford ; New York
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Year Published
2009
Subjects
Critical Care
Intensive care
Intensive Care Units
Critical care medicine
ISBN
9780199235339 (alk. paper)
Format
Book
Location
Richmond Hospital
Call Number
WX218 S56 2009
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Textbook of critical care

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog119956
Author
Vincent, J. L.
Abraham, Edward
Moore, Frederick A.
Kochanek, Patrick M.
Fink, M. P.
Edition
6th
Call Number
WX 218 T35 2011
Location
Lions Gate Hospital
Title
Textbook of critical care
Author
Vincent, J. L.
Abraham, Edward
Moore, Frederick A.
Kochanek, Patrick M.
Fink, M. P.
Responsibility
[edited by] Jean-Louis Vincent, Edward Abraham, Frederick A. Moore, Patrick M. Kochanek, Mitchell P. Fink.
Edition
6th
Source
BC College & Physicians donation
Place
Philadelphia
Publisher
Elsevier/Saunders
Year Published
2011
Physical Description
xli, 1698 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Subjects
Intensive Care Units
Critical Care
Abstract
Offers source on effective management of critically ill patients. This reference includes coverage of vital topics, such as coagulation and apoptosis in certain critical care illnesses, such as acute lung injury and adult respiratory distress syndrome; sepsis and other serious infectious diseases; specific organ dysfunction and failure; and, more.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN
9781437713671
Format
Book
Location
Lions Gate Hospital
Call Number
WX 218 T35 2011
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