Irwin and Rippe's Intensive Care Medicine

Irwin and Rippe's Intensive Care Medicine Αναισθησιολογία
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Covering both the theoretical and practical aspects of critical care,Irwin & Rippe’s Intensive Care Medicine, Ninth Edition, provides state-of-the-art, evidence-based knowledge for specialty physicians and non-physicians practicing in the adult intensive care environment. Drs. Craig M. Lilly, Walter A. Boyle, and Richard S. Irwin, along with a team of expert contributing authors and education expert, William F. Kelly, offer authoritative, comprehensive guidance from an interprofessional, collaborative, educational, and scholarly perspective, encompassing all adult critical care specialties.  

  • Provides easy access to evidence-based critical care practice 

  • Offers a practical, clinically oriented approach to intensive care, with detailed descriptions of procedures, incorporating new ultrasound and how-to videos that can easily be accessed in the eBook 

  • Key points are identified at the beginning of each chapter and in the margins of the text 

  • Key references chosen by the author experts are highlighted at the end of each chapter 

  • Available even during network downtime 

  • A key educational tool for learning critical care 

  • Comprehensive coverage of topics in the field of critical care, including current information provided in 215 chapters authored by well-recognized experts 

  • In-depth, comprehensive coverage that allows key skill acquisition 

  • Useful resource for board preparation 

  • New multiple-choice questions with annotated answers accompany each chapter in the eBook 

  • Brings new expertise with senior editor Dr. Walter A. Boyle and online question editor William F. Kelly 

  • Enrich Your eBook Reading Experience 

  • Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone. 

  • Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech.

Ημ. Έκδοσης2023

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