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Manual Washington de medicina de urgencias, 1st Edition

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Nuevo volumen de la serie Washington con contribuciones de profesores y residentes de la Escuela de Medicina de la Universidad de Washington. Este manual se centra en la práctica de las urgencias médicas. Completo y conciso, también constituye un manual de referencia rápida, con información rápida y accesible incluso en el punto de atención, la sala de urgencias. Su organización lógica en distintos tipos de afecciones por sistemas está pensada para facilitar el trabajo de todos los profesionales de la medicina de urgencias. De forma característica, va más allá de las referencias tradicionales en urgencias, y aborda también cuestiones relacionadas con interacciones y estabilización del paciente.
A través de 149 capítulos, cortos y directos, las urgencias se abordan por sistema de órganos y por afecciones que pueden presentarse en cada uno de ellos, con definición, epidemiología, fisiopatología, diagnóstico, tratamiento y consideraciones especiales (complicaciones y condiciones para admisión en la UCI). Incluye también un apartado capítulos sobre procedimientos en urgencias, con manejo de las vías respiratorias, analgesia, acceso intraóseo, incisiones y drenaje, y muchos temas más. También incluye una interesante sección final con cuestiones operativas en urgencias, con cuestiones culturales de los cuidados, cómo dar "malas noticias", medicina basada en la evidencia, síndrome de desgaste laboral y fatiga, legislación sobre los cuidados de urgencia, cuidados paliativos, etc.

Características principales:
  • Todos los capítulos siguen la misma estructura, de modo que la información pueda encontrarse fácilmente.
  • Lenguaje directo y claro, destinado a la terapéutica.
  • Cubre todos los temas necesarios para los departamentos de urgencias: toxicología, procedimientos en el final de la vida, atención psiquiátrica, ecografía, violencia en la sala de urgencias, habilidades para los procedimientos, etc.
  • Es una obra ideal para para estudiantes, residentes y profesionales en departamentos de medicina de urgencias, así como para profesionales de práctica avanzada y asistentes médicos.
  • Incluye lecturas recomendadas al final de cada capítulo, para más información.
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Author / Editor: Mark D Levine
Publisher: LWW
Release Date: 23 Jun 2018
Edition: 1st Edition
Imprint: LWW
Print Book ISBN: 9788417033750
Pages: 756
Dimensions: 8 in X 203.2 mm X 5 in X 127 mm
    • Weight
      0.644 kg
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      Nov 30, 2021
  • Manufacturer
    Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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