Licensed books on medicine
Intensive care, anesthesiology and intensive care, first aid
INTENSIVE THERAPY, ANESTHESIOLOGY AND REANIMATION, FIRST AID
| Ed. Malysheva V. D. || Intensive therapy. Resuscitation. First aid || 2001 |
The textbook from a modern perspective examines the theoretical and practical issues of treating critical conditions in the intensive care and resuscitation departments. The causes, occurrence and clinical manifestations of acute respiratory and cardiovascular failure, various types of shock, imbalance of water and electrolytes, acid-base disorders, pain and coma are analyzed. The methods of respiratory and cardiovascular support, correction of homeostasis shifts, infusion therapy, and parenteral nutrition are described in detail. Algorithms of resuscitation measures for various forms of cardiac arrest, methods of first aid at the prehospital stage are given. For doctors specializing in anesthesiology, resuscitation and intensive care, emergency doctors, surgeons, therapists.
| Kolotilov L.V. || Rare syndromes and diseases in anesthetic practice || 2001 |
The book provides information on rare syndromes and diseases encountered in the practice of an anesthetist-resuscitator. Recommendations are given on the tactics of the anesthetist during surgical operations in patients with rare syndromes. Designed for anesthetists and surgeons.
| I.I.Sokovnya-Semenov || The basics of a healthy lifestyle and first aid || 2000 |
The training manual addresses issues such as personal safety, ensuring safety and preserving the lives of children, public safety, and the concept of extreme situations.
The author offers special games, assignments, training, recommended by the WHO international teenage service, as well as games, texts, poems and training of a corrective and fixing nature for working with children.
The book can be used by students of higher pedagogical educational institutions.
| Gaba D.M., Fish K.J., Howard S.K. || Critical situations in anesthesiology || 2000 |
| The book is intended for anesthetists and is a reference guide for differential diagnosis and the actions of the anesthetist in critical patient conditions that occur during anesthesia. The authors set forth a general approach to overcoming critical situations. Definitions, etiology, typical cases, preventive measures, manifestations, descriptions of similar situations, recommended actions and complications related to the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, metabolic disorders, nervous system lesions, conditions caused by equipment malfunctions, cardioanesthesiology, obstetrics and pediatrics are given. The manual is distinguished by practical orientation, clarity and ease of construction. |
| Edward Morgan Jr., Magid S. Michael || Anesthesiology: Book 2 — Per. from English - M.-SPb .: Publishing House BRSHOM-Nevsky Dialect, 2000. 366 p., Ill. || 2000 |
The book discusses the physiological basis of anesthesia in patients with concomitant diseases of the cardiovascular system, respiratory system, nervous and mental disorders, impaired water-electrolyte balance and acid-base state. In separate chapters, methods for carrying out anesthesia in the pre-, intra- and postoperative periods during surgical interventions on the heart and blood vessels, lungs and trachea, esophagus, brain and spinal cord and spine, kidneys and other organs of the urinary system are presented. The issues of conducting infusion therapy are described in detail - indications, methods, types of solutions, complications and alternative options.
For anesthetists, resuscitators, students of medical schools.
| Filatov N.V. || First aid on ships without medical staff || 1999 |
| The manual outlines the most important aspects of providing first aid on ships in the absence of a medical professional. The issues of completing the ship's medical kit and the use of medicines are highlighted. The manual is intended for senior assistants who have undergone a medical training course, and can also be used for self-training of naval personnel and naval cadets. |
| Lectures || Intensive care for hemodynamic and respiratory disorders in traumatic brain injury || 1998 |
| Professor S.V. Tsarenko, Research Institute of Ambulance named after N.V. Sklifosovsky, Moscow The lecture is devoted to the problems of prevention and treatment of recurring episodes of cerebral ischemia in patients with traumatic brain injury by providing adequate external respiration and stopping hemodynamic disorders. It is emphasized that for the adequate functioning of the respiratory system it is necessary to maintain airway patency and the intake of sufficient volumes of oxygenated and moistened respirable mixture. Indications and contraindications are formulated for tracheal intubation in various ways, as well as for performing a tracheostomy. The principles of assisted artificial lung ventilation are described in detail. Much attention is paid to the correct method of tracheal debridement. The principles of infusion therapy, the use of antihypertensive and vasopressor drugs are described in detail. |
| Ed. Likhvantseva V.V. || Practical Guide to Anesthesiology || 1998 |
| The book provides modern data on tactics, techniques and possible complications of various options for anesthesia. The pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of drugs used in modern anesthesiology are also presented. Problematic issues of pain and the quality of assessing the depth of anesthesia are presented in separate chapters. The book is of interest to both beginners and experienced anesthetists, as well as to doctors of all specialties related to surgery. |
| Ed. Bunyatyan A.A. || Anesthesiology Guide || 1995 |
| The manual covers theoretical and practical problems of modern anesthesiology. Historical, organizational and legal issues are considered. The anesthetic aspects of anatomy, clinical physiology, pathophysiology and general pharmacology, theory, mechanisms and stages of general anesthesia, and criteria for its adequacy are described. The methods of general and local anesthesia, the effect of it and special treatment methods used during anesthesia and surgery on the basic functions of the body are described in detail. The characteristic of the technical equipment necessary for anesthesia and monitoring the patient's condition during surgery is given. The dangers and complications of general and local anesthesia, their prevention and treatment are discussed. The choice of methods and techniques of anesthetic management in various fields of medicine is described taking into account the severity of the condition and age of the patient, concomitant diseases and other risk factors for anesthesia and surgery. The book is designed for anesthetists, resuscitators, surgeons and doctors of other specialties. |
| Pashchuk A. Yu. || Regional anesthesia || 1987 |
| The monograph is devoted to a type of local anesthesia - regional anesthesia. It defines the indications, sets out the technique and methodology of regional anesthesia used in various fields of medicine. An assessment is given to modern local anesthetics. The main complications and their prevention are given. Separate types of regional anesthesia are described (conduction, intravenous, intraosseous, spinal anesthesia, etc.). The book is intended for anesthetists, traumatologists, dentists, surgeons, obstetrician-gynecologists. |
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