PAUL MARINO ICU BOOK PDF

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Title: Marino's the little ICU book / Paul L. Marino ; with contributions from Samuel Other titles: Little ICU book of facts and formulas | Marino's the little intensive. Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine, Medstar Georgetown University Hospital, Washington D.C.. Marino's the ICU Book by Paul L. Marino. Apr 2, Download Marino's the ICU Book:(icu Book (Marino)) [Paperback] ebook free by Paul L. Marino MD PhD FCCM in pdf/epub/mobi.

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New in Description A fundamental and respected resource book in critical care, The ICU Book, Fourth Edition , continues to provide the current and practical guidance that have made it the best-selling text in critical care.

The text addresses both the medical and surgical aspects of critical care, delivering the guidance needed to ensure sound, safe, and effective treatment for patients in intensive care-regardless of the specialty focus of the unit. Traditionally available as a printed textbook, the print version now comes with a completely revamped digital experience, powered by Inkling.

Viewable through a browser or as a download to your tablet or smartphone , the digital version includes: Marino help sharpen technique, minimize error, and improve outcomes Reader-friendly format makes essential information easy to locate and apply "Final Word" summaries at the conclusion of each chapter highlight salient points and improve retention of key concepts show more. It provides a superior review for residents preparing for board examinations and the essential background for ICU rotations.

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The ICU Book is a very complete overview of fundamentals and the physiology behind patient care presented in a succinct manner. The latest complex physiological findings are broken down into simple concepts, accompanied by important straight to the point facts and easy to understand illustrations.

The short paragraphs prevent you from getting lost in the subject. The text is brilliantly written and easy to read and learn from, with simple English for those who speak English as a foreign language; every nurse can follow it as well. The emphasis on managing critically ill patients in a simple manner with the support of evidence-based medical literature is also useful for patient care outside the ICU.

The ICU book covers a broad spectrum of critical care topics. The third edition has undergone extensive revision in content and most of the chapters have been rewritten.

Newly renamed and refocused chapters on hot topics are: acute coronary syndromes, severe airflow obstruction and anaemia and red blood cell transfusion in the ICU. Additional new chapters include hyperthermia and hypothermia syndromes and infection control in the ICU.

Close to new tables and figures including radiographs, CT scans, electrocardiograms and microscopic images have been added to provide visual references, which aid in comprehension of the text. The editor is to be congratulated on enforcing the original aim to produce a book that is well organised, with topics that are easy to find for quick reference and exam review.

The majority of chapters make good use of tables and figures.Colleague's Email: Disorders of Body Temperature Topics including illness severity scoring, morbidity, mortality and treatment withdrawal would have been useful.

In many respects, Paul Marino succeeds in this task. It has shifted the focus away from previous chapters in the second edition that largely emphasized theoretical concepts of tissue injury, such as oxidative stress, which have not been translated into clinical success despite substantial efforts.

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