Advanced Respiratory Critical Care

Paperback | October 7, 2011

EditorMartin Hughes, Roland Black

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Respiratory disease is the most common reason for admission to intensive care, and advanced respiratory support is one of the most frequently used interventions in critically ill patients. A clear understanding of respiratory disease is the cornerstone of high quality intensive care. Although a plethora of literature is available, both in print and online, finding the necessary relevant information can be difficult and time consuming. This handbook provides comprehensive clinical detail in an easily readable format. It is written by practising clinicians and has both in-depththeoretical discussion and practical management advice. The book is divided into sections: Section 1 deals with the approach to the patient with respiratory failure - including pathophysiology, investigation and diagnosis Sections 2 covers non invasive treatment modalities Sections 3 and 4 examine invasive ventilation in detail. Section 3 considers the principles of mechanical ventilation while section 4 deals with individual ventilator modes Section 5 discusses the management of the ventilated patient including sedation, monitoring, asynchrony, heart - lung interaction, hypercapnia and hypoxia, complications, weaning and extubation. It also has chapters on areas less frequently covered such as humidification, suction, tracheal tubesand principles of physiotherapy Section 6 is a comprehensive breakdown of each respiratory condition seen in ICU. This book is designed to bridge the gap between Intensive Care starter texts and all-encompassing reference textbooks. It is aimed at consultants and senior trainees in Intensive Care Medicine, senior ICU nursing staff, consultants in other specialties and allied healthcare professionals who have aninterest in advanced respiratory critical care.

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Respiratory disease is the most common reason for admission to intensive care, and advanced respiratory support is one of the most frequently used interventions in critically ill patients. A clear understanding of respiratory disease is the cornerstone of high quality intensive care. Although a plethora of literature is available, bot...

Martin Hughes is a consultant in Intensive Care Medicine in the University Department of Anaesthesia at the Royal Infirmary in Glasgow. Roland Black is a consultant in Intensive Care Medicine at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, UK.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:616 pages, 7.09 × 3.94 × 0.68 inPublished:October 7, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199569282

ISBN - 13:9780199569281

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Table of Contents

Section 1 - Approach to the patient with respiratory failureRespiratory physiology and pathophysiology - Dawn Fabbroni, Andrew LumbDiagnosis of respiratory failure - Colin Church, Giles Roditi, teve Banham,Investigation of respiratory failure - Steve Banham, Giles Roditi, Colin Church,The Microbiology laboratory - Marina MorganClinical decision making - Martin Hughes, Graham NimmoIndications for ventilatory support - Rebecca AppelboamSection 2 - Non-invasive treatment modalitiesOxygen therapy - Malcolm Sim, Martin Hughes, Roland BlackNon-invasive ventilation - William KinnearContinuous positive airways pressure - Ben Ivory, Roland BlackSection 3 - Invasive ventilation basicsDevelopment of invasive ventilation - Julia MunnTriggering and Cycling - Andrew Foo, Martin HughesPressure vs volume delivery - Julius CranshawPositive end expiratory pressure - Christopher DaySection 4 - Invasive ventilation modesSynchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation - David MuigaiPressure control ventilation - Martyn Hawkins, Chris CairnsAssist control ventilation - David MuigaiPressure support ventilation - Martin Hughes, Roland BlackAirway pressure release ventilation and biphasic positive airway pressure - Martyn Hawkins, Paul McConnellHigh-frequency oscillatory ventilation - Luigi CamporotaSoftware enhancements - Ben Ivory, Martin HughesAdaptive support ventilation - Brian Digby, Martin Hughes, Roland BlackProportional assist ventilation - Eumorfia Kondili, Dimitris GeorgopoulosNeurally adjusted ventilatory assist - Christer SinderbyExtracorporeal membrane oxygenation - Giles PeekAdjuncts to ventilation - Tim GouldSection 5 - The Ventilated PatientTracheal tubes - David SwannTracheostomy - Rebecca AppelboamHumidification and suction - David SwannPhysiotherapy in intensive care units - Andrew Lockwood, Louise WatsonMonitoring on a ventilator - Peter MacNaughton, Mike SpiveyComplications of ventilation - Stuart McLellan, Graham NimmoEffects of mechanical ventilation on control of Breathing - Maria Klimathianaki, Dimitris GeorgopolousPatient ventilator asynchrony - Stefano Nava, Zuhal KarakurtHeart-lung interactions - Michael PinskyEffects of mechanical ventilation on oxygenation - Martin Hughes, Roland BlackHypercapnia while on a ventilator - Martin Hughes, Roland BlackSudden deterioration on a ventilator - Roland Black, Martin HughesSedation - Tim WalshVentilation outside the intensive care unit - Alyson Calder, Alexander BinningWeaning from mechanical ventilation - Ross Patterson, Ian GrantExtubation - Ross Patterson, Ian GrantLong-term (home) ventilation - Anthony Bateman, Ian GrantOutcome and follow-up - John Griffiths, Brian CuthbertsonSection 6 - Treatment of specific diseasesAcute respiratory distress syndrome - Timothy Fenton, Geoff BellinganAlveolar haemorrhage and pulmonary vasculitis - Lucy Smyth, Bipen PatelAsthma - Graham Nimmo, Graham DouglasCardiogenic pulmonary oedema - Jonathan Dalzell, John McMurrayConventional immune modifiers and biologic therapies - James Dale, Tom Evans, Iain McInnesChronic obstructive pulmonary disease - David HalpinDrug-induced lung disease - Malcolm BoothExtrapulmonary causes of respiratory failure - Andrew McDuff, Ian GrantHaematological malignancy in ICU - Anthony ToddInhalational injury - John KinsellaInterstitial lung disease - Nik HiraniPleural disease - Catherine Bateman, Nick MaskellPneumonia - Hugh Bakere, David HalpinRespiratory disease in pregnancy - Rosemary Snaith, Elizabeth McGradyPulmonary embolism - Kevin BlythPulmonary vascular disease - Martin Johnson, Nicola LeeThoracic surgical patients in ICU - Derek Paul, Ian ColquhounThoracic trauma - Alasdair DowMiscellaneous lung disease - Nicola Lee, Martin Johnson