Rapid Response Systems/Fluid Resuscitation, An Issue of Critical Care Clinics

Author
By Michael DeVita, MD and Andrew Shaw , MB, FRCA, FFICM, FCCM
ISBN
9780323583008
Publication Date
05-03-2018
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This issue of Critical Care Clinics focuses on Rapid Response Systems and Fluid Resuscitation, with topics including: RRS Now; Triggering Criteria; Surgery/Trauma RRT; Obstetric RRT; Difficult airway rapid response teams; Sepsis rapid response teams; Applied physiology of fluid resuscitation in critical illness; The microcirculation and endothelial function in critical illness; The role of fluid therapy in optimizing the high-risk surgery patient; Blood product administration in critical illness and perioperative settings; and the effect of fluid type and amount on kidney function in critical illness.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ISBN 9780323583008
Author Informaiton By Michael DeVita, MD, Columbia University Medical Center and Andrew Shaw , MB, FRCA, FFICM, FCCM, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Pp Authortext DeVita & Shaw
Table of Content

Rapid Response Systems & Fluid Resuscitation - Table of Contents

Section I: Rapid Response Systems

Preface: Why RRS? Where RRS?

The Afferent Limb of Rapid Response Systems: Continuous Monitoring on General Care Units

Trigger Criteria: Big Data

Surgical Rescue in Medical Patients: The Role of Acute Care Surgeons as the Surgical Rapid Response Team

Crisis Teams for Obstetric Patients

A Decade of Difficult Airway Response Team: Lessons Learned from a Hospital-Wide Difficult Airway Response Team Program

Sepsis Rapid Response Teams

Intensivist Presence at Code Events Is Associated with High Survival and Increased Documentation Rates

Section II: Fluid Resuscitation

Preface: Fluid Therapy in the Critically Ill

Applied Physiology of Fluid Resuscitation in Critical Illness

Does Fluid Type and Amount Affect Kidney Function in Critical Illness?

Blood Product Administration in the Critical Care and Perioperative Settings

E-SBN 9780323583015
Imprint Elsevier
Publication Date 05-03-2018
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