INTENSIVE THERAPY, ANESTHESIOLOGY AND REANIMATION, FIRST AID
| Malyshev V.D. || Anesthesiology Resuscitation - Intensive Therapy || 2009 |
This manual summarizes the experience of teaching anesthesiology and resuscitation and the preparation of anaesthesiologists and resuscitators in clinical internship and internship at Russian State Medical University. The manual is based on the program of postgraduate university education, including sections on intensive care, resuscitation and first aid for the most common diseases and critical conditions.
| Guidelines || Maintaining patients with severe injuries || 2009 |
Recommendations for the management of patients with severe polytrauma, head injury. Translation material.
| Goryachev A.S. Savin I.A. || Basics of IVL || 2009 |
The purpose of this book is to tell how our colleagues, resuscitating physicians, all over the world have agreed to classify the modes of mechanical ventilation. The author of the classification is Professor Cleveland University Robert Chatburn (Robert L. Chatburn). This classification of ventilator regimens was approved at a consensus conference on ventilators (Consensus Statement of Mechanical Ventilators) of the American Association for Respiratory Therapy and was published in 2001 in Volume 46 of Respiratory Care magazine on pages 604-621 under the heading “Anew system for understanding modes of mechanical ventilation. ” The book will help to understand the difference between the 6 options mode "IMV" on the devices of the company Drager. Are the mode names synonymous: “BIPAP”, “Duo-PAP”, “ARPV / Biphasic”, “BiVENT”, “Bilevel”, “SPAP”, “APRV”, “Intermittent CPAP”, “CPAP with release”? The book describes 28 modes created based on the method of matching breaths CMV. How to concisely describe the mode of artificial ventilation, so that it can not be confused with another and you understand colleagues around the world? The authors of the book provide a description of all the ventilator modes known to them - more than sixty.
| Lectures || master class in neuroanesthesiology and neuro-reanimatology || 2009 |
| Interregional Association of Public Associations of Anaesthesiologists and Resuscitators of the North-Rapada, Russian Institute of Neurosurgical. Prof. A.L. Polenova. St. Petersburg. Chairman of the master class prof. Kondratyev A.N. - Head of the Department of Anaesthesiology and Resuscitation of the RNHI them. prof. A.L. Polenova, President of the Association of Anaesthesiologists and Resuscitators of the North-West. |
| Shelekhov K.K. || Paramedic ambulance || 2009 |
| The textbook in accordance with the state educational standard addresses the issues of organizing the work of a medical assistant's medical ambulance, the main syndromes of therapeutic, surgical, pediatric and other clinical profiles that require emergency care. Presented by syndromic leading symptoms, their causes, clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, emergency care and paramedic tactics. The algorithms of the paramedic's actions are outlined: ECG removal and evaluation, childbirth, the use of portable breathing apparatus, anterior tamponade of the nose, and more. Provides background material on pharmacological groups of drugs with information about their compatibility. Additions have been made in accordance with the standards of medical care for emergency medical care (M3 RF, Moscow, 2007). The manual is intended for medical assistants at ambulance stations, medical assistants and obstetric centers, health centers and students of medical colleges and colleges. |
| Kolesnikova M.A. || Anesthesiology and Resuscitation: lecture notes || 2008 |
| Lecture notes are designed to prepare students of medical schools for the tests and exams. The book includes a full course of lectures on anesthesiology and resuscitation, written in accessible language and will be an indispensable assistant for those who wish to quickly prepare for the exam and pass it successfully. Resuscitation is a section of clinical medicine that studies the problems of revitalizing the body, develops principles for the prevention of terminal conditions, methods of resuscitation and intensive care. Practical methods of revitalizing the body are united by the concept of "reanimation". |
| All-Russian public organization "Federation of anesthesiologists and resuscitators" || Practical recommendations "Regional analgesia of labor" || 2008 |
| These recommendations are systematized provisions that will help the practitioner in making decisions. This document can be adapted, modified or revised in specific hospitals and does not replace hospital hospital standards. Since the level of equipment in obstetric hospitals may differ, anesthesiologists are responsible for the proper adaptation of the approaches outlined in the recommendations to their practice. The purpose of this document is to improve the quality of anesthesia care for women in childbirth, increase their safety by reducing the likelihood of complications, increasing patient satisfaction. Application area. The principles and approaches outlined in the recommendations can be used in any hospitals providing obstetric care throughout the territory of the Russian Federation. This document discusses the use of regional analgesia for pain relief of labor, pain relief for interventions in the third stage of labor (examination, manual examination of the uterus, manual removal of the placenta, etc.). |
| Standards || Patient management after cardiac arrest || 2008 |
| Neither the Intensive Therapy Society nor the authors are responsible for any damage caused by actions or decisions based on the information contained in this publication. The responsibility for the treatment of patients and the interpretation of this publication is the responsibility of the physician. The expressed opinions are the opinions of the authors, and the mention in this publication of any products or methods does not constitute an endorsement of their quality, or a claim to their manufacturers. |
| Practical recommendations || Difficult tracheal intubation
|| 2008 |
| These practical recommendations are a systematic collection of recommendations that can help in making the best decision for a specialist who is faced with problems of support and SSAP. The presented recommendations can be changed, modified in accordance with clinical needs. |
| Team of authors || Ambulance Guide || 2007 |
| The publication contains information about the most common emergency conditions that become the cause of seeking emergency medical care. The most up-to-date information on emergency diagnostics and emergency treatment of a wide variety of acute pathological conditions is presented. Presents advice to the injured or ill, and those nearby. The special chapter presents the features of emergency care for children. An independent chapter covers the organization of an ambulance service in the Russian Federation. It is intended for doctors and medical assistants of the emergency medical service. The manual may also be useful to general practitioners, pediatricians, and doctors of other specialties. |
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