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50 Landmark Papers every Intensivist Should Know

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ISBN 9780367462413
September 16, 2021 Forthcoming by CRC Press
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Book Description

This book identifies the key scientific articles in the field of Intensive Care and explains why these papers are important in contemporary clinical management. Identifying those influential contributors who have shaped the practice of modern Intensive care practice, the book includes commentaries on 50 seminal papers in a wide range of areas. enal This an invaluable reference for trainees, fellows, and surgeons studying for exams, as well as for seasoned surgeons and physicians who want to stay current in their field.

Table of Contents

Section One * Respiratory

  1. Diagnosis and Epidemiology of ARDS
  2. Review by Nicholas S Hill

    Commentary by John G. Laffey

  3. ARDS Treatment
  4. Review by Bruck Or, Jennifer Kodela, Scott Kopec

    Commentary by Michael Gropper

  5. Weaning from Mechanical Ventilation
  6. Review by Nicholas A. Smyrnios

    Commentary by John P Kress

  7. Pulmonary Embolism
  8. Review by Jennifer Lynde, Ana M. Velez-Rosborough, Enrique Ginzburg,

    Commentary by Suresh Agarwal

  9. Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation
  10. Review by Ronny Munoz-Acuna and Ameeka Pannu

    Commentary by Alan Lisbon

    Section Two * Cardiac

  11. Perioperative Arrhythmias
  12. Review by Peter Zimetbaum

    Commentary by Peter Ekeh

  13. Congestive Heart Failure
  14. Review by Brooks Willar, and E. Wilson Grandin

    Commentary by Alan Lisbon

  15. Perioperative Myocardial Infarction
  16. Review by Duane S. Pinto

    Commentary by Claire Larson Isbell

  17. Hypertensive Emergencies.
  18. Review by Stephen Heard

    Commentary by Stephen Heard

  19. Mechanical Circulatory Support
  20. Review by Megan L. Krajewski

    Commentary by Alan Lisbon

    Section Three * Renal

  21. Severe Electrolyte Disturbances
  22. Review by Melanie P. Hoenig and Jeffrey H. William

    Commentary by Stephen Heard

  23. Acute Kidney Injury
  24. Review by Jeffrey H. William, MD and Melanie P. Hoenig, MD

    Commentary by Daniel J Bonville

  25. Continuous versus Intermittent Renal Replacement Therapy
  26. Review by Kenneth Ralto, and Matthew Trainor

    Commentary by C Vinsonneau

  27. Colloid versus Crystalloids
  28. Review by Peter Rhee and Stephen O. Heard

    Commentary by Matthew Dolich

    Section Four * Gastrointestinal

  29. Gastrointestinal Bleeding
  30. Review by Bruce Crookes

    Commentary by James Y W Lau

  31. Acute Pancreatitis
  32. Review by Umar F. Bhatti and Hasan B. Alam

    Commentary by Hjalmar C. van Santvoort

  33. Abdominal Compartment Syndrome
  34. Peter P. Lopez and Edward Lineen

    Commentary by Michael L. Cheatham and Karen Safcsak

  35. Mesenteric Ischemia
  36. Abdul Alarhayem and Sungho Lim

    Commentary by Eric D. Endean

  37. Postoperative Hepatic Failure
  38. Review by Robert J. Canelli

    Commentary by Venkatesh A. Murugan and Hesham H. Malik

    Section Five * Infection

  39. Catheter Related Infections
  40. Review Stephen O. Heard

    Commentary by Robert C. Hyzy

  41. Diagnosis and Prevention of Ventilator Associated Pneumonia
  42. Review by K Dushay

    Commentary by John Muscedere

  43. Treatment of Ventilator Associated Pneumonia
  44. Review by Gavin Tansley and Morad Hameed

    Commentary by Jean Chastre

  45. Urinary Tract Infection
  46. Review by Emily M. Ramasra and Richard T. Ellison III

    Commentary by Theofilos Matheos

  47. Fever in the ICU
  48. Review by Juan M. Perez Velazquez and Sandeep Jubbal

    Commentary by Paul J. Young

  49. Fulminant Colitis
  50. Review by Michael F. Musso and Adrian W. Ong

    Commentary by Josbert Keller & Els van Nood

  51. Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections
    Review by Mark D. Sawyer
  52. Eileen M. Bulger

  53. Sepsis I: Antibiotic Therapy
  54. Review by Catherine Kuza

    Commentary by Anand Kumar

  55. Sepsis II- monitoring and resuscitation
  56. Review by Shahla Siddiqui,

    Commentary by Emanuel P. Rivers

  57. Steroids in Sepsis
  58. Review by Philip Chan and Somnath Bose

    Commentary by Stephen Heard

  59. Treatment of Abdominal Sepsis
  60. Review by Addison K. May

    Commentary by Robert Sawyer

    Section Five * Endocrine 

  61. Diabetic Ketoacidosis
  62. Review by Rae M. Allain

    Commentary by Stephen M Cohn

  63. Glucose management in the ICU
  64. Review and Commentary by Jan Gunst and Greet Van den Berghe

    Section Six * Neurological conditions

  65. Acute Stroke
  66. Review by Magdy Selim

    Commentary by Stephen M Cohn

  67. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
  68. Review by Dominic A. Harris and Ajith J. Thomas

    Commentary by Jyoti Sharma

  69. Delirium
  70. Review by Ronny Munoz-Acuna and Brian O’Gara

    Commentary by Tara Dinitto

  71. Intractable Intracranial Hypertension
  72. Review by Raphael A. Carandang

    Commentary by Andrew L.A. Garton, Jared A. Knopman

    Section Seven * Hematology

  73. Coagulopathy
  74. Review by Jessica Cassavaugh

    Commentary by Samuel Hawkins

  75. Postoperative Bleeding
  76. Review by Emily E. Switzer and Kenji Inaba

    Commentary by Ian Roberts

  77. Transfusion Trigger
  78. Review by Manish S. Patel and Jeffrey L. Carson

    Commentary by Paul C. Hebert

  79. Massive transfusion
  80. Review by Dina M. Filiberto and Martin A. Croce

    Commentary by Stephanie A. Savage

    Section Eight * Trauma

  81. Burns
  82. Review by Joyce Mcintyre

    Commentary by Steven Blau

  83. ICU issues with Thoracic Trauma
  84. Morgan Crigger and Natasha Keric

    Commentary by R Karmy Jones 

  85. ICU Issues with Abdominal and Pelvic Trauma
  86. Review by Allison J. Tompeck and Ara J. Feinstein

    Commentary by A B Peitzman

  87. Extremity Trauma
  88. Review by Sanjeev Kaul, Sara Dayal and J. Martin Perez.

    Commentary by Todd Rasmussen

    Section Nine * Miscellaneous

  89. Traumatic Brain Injury
  90. Review by John K. Bini

    Commentary by R Chesnut

  91. Pressure Wounds
  92. Review by Paulette Seymour-Route

    Commentary by B Mayer

  93. ICU Monitoring
  94. Review by Daniel Walsh

    Commentary by M Singer

  95. Alcohol Withdrawal
  96. Review by Akhil Patel and Kunal Karamchandani

    Commentary by Vaisily Sim

  97. Nutrition
  98. Review by Ulises Torres

    Commentary by Michael P Casaer and Greet Van den Berghe

  99. Telemedicine in the ICU

Review by Craig M. Lilly and Jason Kovacevic

Commentary by Craig M. Lilly

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Stephen M. Cohn, MD, FACS, Professor of Surgery, Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University, Nutley, New Jersey, USA

Alan Lisbon, MD, Executive Vice Chair, Emeritus   Anesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Associate Professor Of Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School

Stephen Heard, M.D., Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology and Surgery Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine UMass Memorial Medical Center University of Massachusetts Medical School