4 edition of Endocrinology of Critical Illness, Critical Care Clinics found in the catalog.
January 30, 2006
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||240|
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Official Journal of the Society of Critical Care Medicine - Membership offers a variety of benefits, including a subscription to Critical Care Medicine. An individual subscription includes 12 print issues and full-text online access to all current and back issuesPremier journal in critical care--Original, peer-reviewed articles. From the reviews:"This book offers an overview of life-threatening endocrine disorders as well as alterations in the endocrine axes seen in nonendocrine critical illness. â€¦ targeted at those actively practicing or in-training in the endocrinology and critical care subspecialties. â€¦ This book does fill a gap in the field by focusing exclusively on endocrinology and acute illness. â.
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Endocrinology of Critical Illness, Critical Care Clinics (Volume ) Hardcover – Febru by Greet van den Berghe MD PhD (Author), Richard W. Carlson MD PhD FACP FCCP FCCM (Author), Michael A.
Gebeb MD (Author) & 0 moreAuthor: Greet van den Berghe MD PhD, Richard W. Carlson MD PhD FACP FCCP FCCM, Michael A. Gebeb MD. This issue of Critical Care Clinics, Guest Edited by Dr.
Rinaldo Bellomo, focuses on Modern Critical Care Endocrinology. Article topics include: Diabetes insipidus and SIADH in the ICU; Estrogen therapy in ICU patients; The angiotensin family, ACE and ACE. Read the latest articles of Critical Care Clinics atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature Endocrinology of Critical Illness.
Edited by Greet Van den Berghe. Vol Issue 1, Pages (January ) select article Changes Within the GH/IGF-I/IGFBP Axis in Critical Illness.
https. Description This issue of Critical Care Clinics, Guest Edited by Dr. Rinaldo Bellomo, focuses on Modern Critical Care Endocrinology.
About this book Endocrinology of Critical Disease offers the practicing physician who cares for the acutely ill a tour de force survey of the responses of the endocrine system to critical illness, illuminating along the way the mechanisms at play and the outcomes (both positive and negative).
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January Endocrinology of Critical Illness Guest Editor: Greet Van den Berghe - Volume 21 October Terrorism and Critical Care Guest Editors: Robert G. Hendrickson, Jerris R. Hedges. Promoting the Well-being of the Critical Care Nurse, An Issue of Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America Published: 28th September Editor: Susan Bartos In consultaton with Consulting Editor, Dr.
Cynthia Bautista, Dr. Bartos has put together a comprehensive and succint look at strategies to improve wellness for the critical care nurse. Provides information regarding the neuroendocrine response to critical illness, including changes within the thyroid axis, dyslipidemia in the critically ill, relative adrenal failure in the Read more.
This book covers the following topics: Hypothyroidism, Fertility and Pregnancy, Congenital Hypothyroidism, Growth in Children with Thyroid Dysfunction, Hypothyroidism in Children, Non-Thyroidal Illness: Physiopathology and Clinical Implications, The Role of Ultrasound in the Differential Diagnosis of Hypothyroidism.
Author(s): Eliska Potlukova. Special issues published in Critical Care Clinics. Special issues published in Critical Care Clinics. Menu. Search. Search. Search in: All. Modern Critical Care Endocrinology. Vol Issue 2 April Historical Aspects of Critical Care Illness and Critical Care Medicine.
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Prolonged critical illness has a high morbidity and mortality. The acute and chronic phases of critical illness are associated with distinct endocrine alterations. The acute neuroendocrine response to critical illness involves an activated anterior pituitary function. In prolonged critical illness, however, a reduced pulsatile secretion of anterior pituitary hormones and the so-called "wasting.
Expert clinicians comprehensively review the endocrine and metabolic responses to critical illness, explore the mechanisms and outcomes (positive and negative) of those responses to severe stress, and consider possible endocrine interactions that are not yet fully defined.Egi M, Bellomo R, Stachowski E, et al.
Blood glucose concentration and outcome of critical illness: the impact of diabetes. Crit Care Med ; – 7. This issue of Critical Care Clinics focuses on Post-intensive Care Syndrome & Chronic Critical Illness, with topics including: Chronic Critical Illness; Chronic Critical Illness and Predicting Outcomes; Persistent Critical Illness; Rehospitalization and Preventing CCI; Measuring Post-Intensive Care Syndrome; Post-Intensive Care Syndrome and teh Role of the ICU Clinician; Frailty and the Pages: