Trauma: Emergency Resuscitation, Perioperative Anesthesia, Surgical Management, Volume 1
William C. Wilson, Christopher M. Grande, David B. Hoyt
CRC Press, Feb 5, 2007 - Medical - 912 pages
Produced by a world-renowned team of trauma specialists, this source reviews initial management considerations beginning in the pre-hospital phase, continues through the primary and secondary surveys of the hospital-based evaluation process, and proceeds to the perioperative management of trauma, burns, and associated conditions. This reference provides practical and expertly written chapters that specifically focus on problems unique to the trauma patient and delve into issues affecting future research and management perspectives.
abdominal acidosis acute airway management Anesth Analg anesthesia Anesthesiology anesthetic aortic artery assessment associated awake bleeding blood loss blunt trauma brain C-spine cardiac cardiac tamponade catheter cause cerebral cervical spine Chapter chest clinical computed tomography critical damage control decreased diagnostic drugs effects emergency endotracheal endotracheal tube esophageal etomidate evaluation fluid fractures hematoma hemodynamic hemorrhagic shock hemothorax hospital hypotension hypothermia hypovolemia increased infusion initial injured patients intubation ketamine lactate laryngoscopy lung mechanism Medical Center mmHg monitoring needle nerve neurologic normal occur outcome oxygen penetrating neck performed perfusion physician placement pneumothorax posterior prehospital pressure propofol pulmonary pulmonary contusion pulse oximetry radiograph respiratory result risk San Diego spine injury Surg surgeon surgery surgical Table tamponade technique tension pneumothorax thoracic thoracotomy tion tissue trachea trachéal transport trauma centers trauma patients trauma team treatment triage tube vascular vein venous ventilation Volume