Essentials of Mechanical Ventilation (4th Edition)

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Download Essentials of Mechanical Ventilation (4th Edition) written by Dean R. Hess, Robert M. Kacmarek in PDF format. This book is under the category Cardiology and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1260026108; 1260026094/9781260026108/ 9781260026092. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Dean R. Hess, Robert M. Kacmarek

publisher

McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 4th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

Pages

language

English

asin

B07J24DQ3V

isbn10

1260026108; 1260026094

isbn13

9781260026108/ 9781260026092


Book Description

This sensible information is written from the perspective of authors who’ve about 100 years of expertise as clinicians; researchers; educators; and authors. Different from different references on the subject; this useful resource is about mechanical air flow as an alternative of mechanical ventilators. It is written to supply a stable understanding of the overall rules and fundamental foundational data of mechanical air flow as required by crucial care physicians and respiratory therapists. To make it clinically related; Essentials of Mechanical Ventilation; 4th Edition; (PDF) contains illness-particular chapters related to mechanical air flow in these situations.

The Fourth Edition has been sensibly up to date all through. New content material options protection of mechanical air flow of the obese affected person and superior monitoring procedures. Concepts like driving strain are included; and the content material has been checked in opposition to essentially the most at the moment revealed medical apply pointers.

Essentials of Mechanical Ventilation 4e is split into 4 components:

Part One; Principles of Mechanical Ventilation explains fundamental rules of mechanical air flow after which continues with points like indications for mechanical air flow; applicable physiologic objectives; and ventilator liberation.

Part Two; Ventilator Management; offers sensible recommendation for ventilating sufferers with a range of illnesses.

Part Three; Monitoring During Mechanical Ventilation; talks about blood gases; hemodynamics; mechanics; and waveforms.

Part Four; Topics in Mechanical Ventilation; contains points equivalent to airway administration; aerosol supply; and extracorporeal life assist.

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Additional information

book-author

Dean R. Hess, Robert M. Kacmarek

publisher

McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 4th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

Pages

language

English

asin

B07J24DQ3V

isbn10

1260026108; 1260026094

isbn13

9781260026108/ 9781260026092

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover……Page 1
Title Page……Page 4
Copyright Page……Page 5
Dedication……Page 6
Contents……Page 8
Preface……Page 10
Abbreviations……Page 12
Chapter 1 Physiologic Effects of Mechanical Ventilation……Page 16
Chapter 2 Physiologic Goals of Mechanical Ventilation……Page 27
Chapter 3 Ventilator-Induced Lung Injury……Page 35
Chapter 4 Ventilator-Associated Events and Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia……Page 45
Chapter 5 Ventilator Mode Classification……Page 55
Chapter 6 Traditional Modes of Mechanical Ventilation……Page 65
Chapter 7 Pressure and Volume Ventilation……Page 76
Chapter 8 Advanced Modes of Mechanical Ventilation……Page 88
Chapter 9 Flow Waveforms and Inspiratory: Expiratory Relationship……Page 102
Chapter 10 High-Frequency Ventilation……Page 115
Chapter 11 Noninvasive Respiratory Support……Page 123
Chapter 12 Humidification and the Ventilator Circuit……Page 137
Chapter 13 Fio2, Positive End-Expiratory Pressure, and Mean Airway Pressure……Page 148
Chapter 14 Initial Settings for Mechanical Ventilation……Page 160
Chapter 15 Patient-Ventilator Interaction……Page 168
Chapter 16 Ventilator Liberation……Page 182
Chapter 17 Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome……Page 196
Chapter 18 Obstructive Lung Disease……Page 210
Chapter 19 Chest Trauma……Page 223
Chapter 20 Head Injury……Page 231
Chapter 21 Postoperative Mechanical Ventilation……Page 242
Chapter 22 Neuromuscular Disease……Page 250
Chapter 23 Cardiac Failure……Page 260
Chapter 24 Burns and Inhalation Injury……Page 267
Chapter 25 Bronchopleural Fistula……Page 277
Chapter 26 Drug Overdose……Page 285
Chapter 27 Ventilatory Management of the Obese Patient……Page 290
Chapter 28 Blood Gases……Page 300
Chapter 29 Pulse Oximetry, Capnography, and Transcutaneous Monitoring……Page 315
Chapter 30 Hemodynamic Monitoring……Page 327
Chapter 31 Basic Pulmonary Mechanics During Mechanical Ventilation……Page 337
Chapter 32 Waveforms: Scalars and Loops……Page 346
Chapter 33 Esophageal Manometry and Bedside Imaging During Mechanical Ventilation……Page 358
Chapter 34 Nutritional Assessment……Page 370
Chapter 35 Airway Management……Page 380
Chapter 36 Airway Clearance……Page 390
Chapter 37 Inhaled Drug Delivery……Page 398
Chapter 38 Emergency Ventilation and Ventilation in a Disaster……Page 405
Chapter 39 Mobilization and Portable Ventilation……Page 415
Chapter 40 Extracorporeal Life Support……Page 421
A……Page 430
C……Page 432
E……Page 434
H……Page 435
I……Page 436
M……Page 438
N……Page 439
P……Page 440
S……Page 443
T……Page 444
V……Page 445
W……Page 446

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