Intensive Care Medicine in 10 Years by Mitchell P. FinkIntensive Care Medicine in 10 Years by Mitchell P. Fink

Intensive Care Medicine in 10 Years

EditorMitchell P. Fink, Peter M. Suter, William J. Sibbald

Hardcover | September 29, 2005

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This book identifies trends in critical care medicine that will form the basis for practice over the next ten years. Predicting the future is always risky. Nevertheless, the ideas articulated in this book are likely to serve as a road map for intensivists, hospital administrators, and governmental leaders interested in healthcare as they seek to improve the quality and efficiency of hospital-based services.
Title:Intensive Care Medicine in 10 YearsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:450 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:September 29, 2005Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540260927

ISBN - 13:9783540260929

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Table of Contents

Setting the StageSetting the Scene (J.L. Vincent).- Managing and Leading in Critical Care (W.J. Sibbald).- Critical Care from 50,000 Feet (D.C. Angus).- Expectations around Intensive Care - 10 Years on (K. Hillman).- The Safety and Quality Agenda in Critical Care Medicine (T. Dorman).- The Challenge of Emerging Infections and Progressive Antibiotic Resistance (S.M. Opal).- Health Technology Assessment (J. Bakker and P. Verboom).- Trends in Pediatric and Neonatal Critical Care in the next 10 Years (R.C. Tasker).-Diagnostic, Therapeutic and Information Technologies Ten Years from NowThe Patient Process as the Basis for the Design of an ICU (B. Regli and J. Takala).- Information Technology (G.D. Martich, D. Van Pelt and D. Lovasik).- Diagnostic Technologies to Assess Tissue Perfusion and Cardiorespiratory Performance (M.R. Pinsky).- Microcirculatory Distress in Critically Ill Patients: Meaning and Future (C. Ince).- Managing Infection: From Agar Plate to Genome Scan (J. Cohen).- Immunological Monitoring, Functional Genomics and Proteomics (E. Abraham).- Improving Organ Function (M. Singer).- The Profile and Management of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (L. Gattinoni, P. Caironi and E. Carlesso).- The Ventilator of Tomorrow (L. Brochard, M. Dojat and F. Lellouche).- My NeuroICU 10 Years from Now (D.K. Menon).- Disaster Medicine (P.E. Pepe, K.J. Rinnert and J.G. Wigginton).-How Might Critical Care Medicine be Organized and Regulated?Hospital and Medical School Organization of Critical Care Services (P. Fink).- Physician Staffing in the ICU 10 Years from Now (J.A. Russell and A. Sutherland).- ICU Research - One Decade from Now (J.J. Marini and D.J. Dries).- Organizing Clinical Critical Care Research and Implementing the Results (D. Cook and S. Finfer).- Funding Models and Accountability Relationships (P.M. Suter).- Measuring Performance (G.D. Rubenfeld).- Ethics and End-of-Life Care (J.R. Curtis).- Rationing in the ICU: Fear, Fiction and Fact (M.M. Levy)Training Training Pathways - Physician and Non-Physician (J. Bion, H. Barrett, and T. Clutton-Brock).- Simulation Training in Critical Care Medicine (P.B. Angood).- The Critical Care "Agenda"The Agenda for the Intensivist (V.M. Ranieri and G.L. Rosboch).- Transforming Adult Critical Care Service Delivery in Ontario (H. MacLeod).- Index