Licensed books on medicine
Intensive care, anesthesiology and intensive care, first aid
INTENSIVE THERAPY, ANESTHESIOLOGY AND REANIMATION, FIRST AID
| Hartig V. || Modern infusion therapy. Parenteral nutrition || 1985 |
The book is a guide for the treatment of disorders of water, electrolyte, acid-base balance and energy balance. It details the issues of infusion therapy in various pathological conditions: peritonitis, intestinal obstruction, acute and chronic renal failure, shock, acute blood loss, diabetes, liver diseases, as well as in pediatric surgery, gynecology, obstetrics. The book shows the role of microcirculation and changes in acid-base balance, presents a characteristic of a significant arsenal of currently used infusion media with an indication of their synonyms. For surgeons, therapists, pediatricians.
| Gurvich N. L. || Basic principles of heart defibrillation || 1975 |
The book describes the history, theoretical foundations and clinical practice of the application of the method of electrical defibrillation of the heart developed by the author for ventricular fibrillation and chronic cardiac arrhythmias. The universality of the method for different types of cardiac arrhythmias is explained by their common pathogenesis - a violation of conduction, which helps to establish a circular circulation of excitation throughout the heart. Ventricular fibrillation naturally develops according to the following stereotype: conduction disturbance - extrasystole - tachycardia - flutter - fibrillation. This phenomenon occurs in the reverse order during spontaneous cessation of fibrillation (in puppies). The cessation of fibrillation under the action of a strong current is explained by the synchronization of excitation under the influence of the excitatory effect of electrical stimulation. Based on this principle, the most optimal method of electrical exposure in the form of a single impulse lasting equal to the “good time” of heart irritation was selected. The establishment of the role of anelectroton in the effect of excitation of a fibrillating heart indicated a further way to reduce the strength of the defibrillating current. For this purpose, a two-phase pulse was proposed, which gives an effect with the smallest current n, respectively, with the least possible damage to the heart. The book provides data from experimental and clinical studies on the application of the method of electric pulse therapy in the practice of resuscitation and treatment of chronic cardiac arrhythmias. The book is designed for cardiologists, therapists, resuscitators, physiologists, pathophysiologists.
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