2014 New Horizons Symposium: Back to the Basics—Respiratory Physiology in Critically Ill Patients — $2.99
This e-book in the Best of RESPIRATORY CARE contains a series of papers that cover various aspects of the basics in respiratory physiology in the mechanically ventilated, critically ill patient. It covers the nuances of oxygenation, ventilation, lung mechanics, respiratory physiology and cardiopulmonary interactions. Detail reviews of management techniques and interpretation of clinical data is discussed in detail.
- Tissue Hypoxia: Implications for the Respiratory Clinician
by Neil R MacIntyre MD FAARC—Durham, North Carolina
- Carbon Dioxide in the Critically Ill: Too Much or Too Little of a Good Thing?
by Jonathan Marhong MD and Eddy Fan MD PhD— Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Respiratory Mechanics in Mechanically Ventilated Patients
by Dean R Hess PhD RRT FAARC—Boston, Massachusetts
- The Physiology of Ventilation
by Gaston Murias MD— Buenos Aires, Argentina,
Lluís Blanch MD PhD— Madrid, Spain,
and Umberto Lucangelo MD— Trieste, Italy
- Cardiorespiratory Interactions: The Relationship Between Mechanical Ventilation and Hemodynamics
by Ira M Cheifetz MD FAARC—Durham, North Carolina