In principle, early ICUs were spaces designed to house and care for mechanically ventilated patients. Mechanical ventilators and the practice of mechanical. particular importance in connection with new or infrequently used drugs. Principles and Practice of Mechanical Ventilation Third Edition. Editor. Martin J. Tobin. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jun 1, , Richard Branson and others published Principles and Practice of Mechanical Ventilation, Third Edition.
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Transport of the Ventilator-Supported Patient Home Mechanical Ventilation Mechanical Ventilation for Severe Asthma Mechanical Ventilation in Neuromuscular Disease Chronic Ventilator Facilities Eff ects of Mechanical Ventilation on Control of Breathing Airway Management Complications of Translaryngeal Intubation Complications Associated with Mechanical Ventilation Ventilator-Induced Lung Injury Barotrauma and Bronchopleural Fistula Oxygen Toxicity Pneumonia in the Ventilator-Dependent Patient Prone Positioning in Acute Respiratory Failure Pain Control, Sedation, and Neuromuscular Blockade Humidification Airway Secretions and Suctioning Fighting the Ventilator The list of authors is an impressive collection of experts from around the world who conduct research and are active in societies in addition to their clinical duties.
Every chapter is thoroughly researched and up-to-date.
The expert minds give the reader a window into their thinking. Many authors mention ongoing or recently completed research and clinical trials, and the new evidence will undoubtedly be presented in the next edition.
Overall, the book is well organized and easy to read.
The chapters can be read separately if you are exploring a topic or the book can be read continuously for comprehension of all the topics. The chapters contain references to other chapters where needed, so repetition is limited. In a clinical sense, the authors of the chapter want to convey the importance of pathophysiologic concepts, applying knowledge and experience, and then making clinical decisions based on the all of the previous.
This premise is followed throughout that book. Background and data are presented first, and reader is guided into the decision-making process.
For anesthesiologist, the book provides a perioperative bridge to the world of mechanical ventilation usually found in critical care settings. With this text, an anesthesiologist can become familiar with methods available on anesthesia ventilators. Other methods of ventilation may be worth reading about because many of the technologies found in the intensive care unit ventilator have crossed over to the current anesthesia ventilator.
The book with the basic principles and practical everyday management issues of ventilators and patients is a must have in all libraries. New chapters, with topics ranging from the complex, such as the neurally adjusted ventilator assist mode and extracorporeal life support for cardiopulmonary failure, to the simplest, such as airway secretions and suctioning, show how comprehensive the book continues to be.