Oxford Desk Reference: Critical Care

Oxford Desk Reference: Critical Care

By Carl Waldmann
Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
Royal Berkshire Hospital
Reading
Neil Soni
Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer
Division of Surgery, Oncology,
Reproductive Biology and Anaesthetics
Imperial College
London
and
Andrew Rhodes
Consultant in Intensive Care
St George’s Hospital
London.

Intensive care medicine is an evolving speciality in which the amount of available information is growing daily and increasingly, textbooks reflect this in terms of their size. Size and immediate clinical utility are often inversely related and ‘bottom line’ practicality is drowned in comprehensive discussion. The natural habitat of this new textbook of critical care and emergency medicine is on the desktops of Intensive Care units, High Dependency units, acute medical or surgical wards, Accident & Emergency departments and maybe even operating theatres where it is easily accessible with useful and relevant information. While aimed primarily at a specialist readership including clinicians, nurses, and other allied health professionals in Critical Care, Anaesthesia and the acute specialities, we hope it will find a niche with anyone involved in care of the critically ill, whether in specialist areas or in the wards.

Oxford Desk Reference: Critical Care

It is intended that the key feature of this book is ease of access to up-to-date relevant evidenced-based information regarding the management of commonly encountered conditions, techniques, and problems in those who are critically ill. Most importantly that it is practical and useful. The content of the book is based, wherever possible and useful, upon the latest sets of guidelines from national or international bodies (e.g. Society of Critical Care Medicine, European Society of Intensive Care Medicine). We hope the book will be useful not only in the United Kingdom, but to anyone using international guidelines. Indeed, the range of invited authors incorporates a large number of countries but for all, the common theme is management of the critically ill.

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