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Procedures and Monitoring for the Critically…

Procedures and Monitoring for the Critically Ill, 1e

by William C. Shoemaker MD FCCM

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 072168758X, Paperback)

This unique new resource combines an atlas of bedside procedures with comprehensive coverage of the monitoring of critically ill patients to provide guidance on all aspects of treatment*from the ER to the ICU. Over 120 line drawings offer step-by-step depictions of the most commonly performed procedures used by critical care specialists, surgeons, emergency room physicians, and CRNAs. The book's user-friendly format makes it a superb stand-alone resource, and its in-depth coverage of all aspects of procedures and monitoring makes it the perfect companion to SHOEMAKER ET AL: TEXTBOOK OF CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE.

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