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Borodulin V.I. Emergency Medical Guide 2007
The handbook examines the pathogenesis, clinical picture, differential diagnosis and treatment of major diseases and conditions requiring emergency care. Diseases of the cardiovascular and nervous systems, respiratory organs, abdominal cavity, acute mental disorders, poisoning are presented. The medicines used in the practice of ambulance are given. The basic principles of cardiopulmonary resuscitation are considered. The book is intended for emergency and emergency doctors, as well as for nursing staff. May be useful to a wide range of readers.
Under the total. ed. B.R. Gelfand Anesthesiology and intensive care 2006
The book is a practical guide in which the questions of clinical physiology and pharmacology, general and private anesthesiology are presented in a concise form. Much attention is paid to the choice of anesthesia depending on concomitant diseases, the complications of anesthesia - their prevention and treatment. In addition, the manual provides important for the practical work of the resuscitation anesthesiologist information on integral scales for assessing the condition of patients, postoperative analgesia, prevention of thromboembolic complications and stress of the lesions of the gastrointestinal tract. Separate sections of the manual are devoted to sepsis and acute lung injury syndrome. The book is intended for anesthetists, resuscitators, surgeons, teachers, researchers, medical students.
Allowance Ambulance Standards 2006
Standards for the provision of medical care is a list of timely, consistent, minimally sufficient diagnostic and therapeutic measures used in a typical clinical situation.
Pogodin Yu.I., Ivanov P.E. and etc. Health mobilization training 2006
The training manual addresses the main issues of mobilization preparation of health care. The textbook was prepared by the faculty of the department of mobilization preparation of healthcare of the Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education and is designed for training students of medical universities. It can be useful for students, graduate students, adjuncts, teachers of medical universities, specializing in the mobilization preparation of health care.
Ed. Grigoryeva E.V. Resuscitation and intensive care: A collection of tests and situational tasks 2006
The collection of tests and situational tasks is intended for teaching students of the specialties “General Medicine” 040100 and “Dentistry” 040400, undergoing cycles of anesthesiology and intensive care. Test tasks and situational tasks are presented on the main topics of the discipline: clinical physiology of critical conditions, information on clinical pharmacology, special issues of anesthesiology and resuscitation. The collection can be used for self-training of students.
abstract Fainting. Collapse. Shock. 2005
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Polushin Yu.S. (ed) Guide to Anesthesiology and Intensive Care 2004
A very detailed textbook on anesthesiology and resuscitation. Content: General idea of ​​anesthesiology and resuscitation as a branch of critical state medicine. Ethical, legal and deontological aspects of anesthesiology and resuscitation. Assessment of the functional state of patients and ways of correction of dangerous disorders of homeostasis.
Kassil V.L., Vyzhigina M.A., Leskin G.S. Artificial and assisted ventilation 2004
Based on the results of many years of our own observations by the authors and literature data, the manual sets out modern concepts of respiratory support, methods of artificial and auxiliary ventilation, methods and methods of their use during anesthesia and intensive care of respiratory failure of various origins. For the first time in the domestic literature, fluid lung ventilation, auxiliary proportional ventilation of the lungs, and ventilated lungs with released pressure are described in detail. Particular attention is paid to the indications and contraindications to the use of various methods of respiratory support. For anesthetists, resuscitators, therapists, pulmonologists, surgeons, obstetrician-gynecologists and doctors of other specialties performing intensive therapy in various pathological processes.
Kolbanov V.V., Tsybin A.K., Brovko I.V., Voevoda M.T., Kevra M.K. Protocols for diagnosis, anesthesia, resuscitation and intensive care of critical conditions in stationary conditions 2004
The anesthetic management protocols include two sections. The first “Protocols of preoperative examination, monitoring and selection of anesthesia method for patients in stationary conditions” provides a list of mandatory and additional examination and preparation in the preoperative period, indicates the necessary level of monitoring and the choice of anesthesia technique depending on the volume of surgical intervention and the severity of the patient's initial condition. The second section, “Protocols of the most commonly used methods of anesthesia,” presents the stages of anesthetic management (premedication, preoxygenation, induction, maintenance of anesthesia and exit from anesthesia), as well as a list of necessary measures and pharmacological preparations. The physical condition of patients is assessed by ASA.
Kanus I.I., Oletsky V.E. Modern modes of mechanical ventilation 2004
This training manual examines in detail the most common modes of mechanical ventilation, their advantages and disadvantages, the principles of graphical monitoring of ventilation parameters. The training manual is intended for anesthesiologists-resuscitation doctors, doctors working in intensive care units, doctors interns and students of medical universities.
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