""Critical Care Toxicology" is a unique text and will be of immense value both to clinical toxicologists and critical care physicians and intensivists who care for seriously poisoned patients."
" - Current Awareness in Clinical Toxicology", March 2005
"The effort to incorporate evidence-based paradigms is conspicuous in each chapter with an abundance of up-to-date citations from the original medical literature. This book is, in my estimation, quite reasonably priced given the quality of the production, the depth of discussion, and the sophisticated nature of the presentation...Whether the setting is the ICU/CCU, the operating theater or the emergency department, this newest entry into the lineup of medical toxicology texts is unique and has the makings of a classic work in the field."--"Clinical Toxicology", 2005
"Its optimal audience is physicians, including medical toxicologits, who are involved or interested in the critical care of poisoned patients. The fresh and unique approach of this book to the specialty of medical toxicology makes it a complementary source resource to have on your already crowded bookshelves."--"Annals of Emergency Medicine", Sept. 2005
2005 BMA Medical Book Competition, Anaesthesia category
Written by a number of established experts in the medical toxicology field, this stand alone text is the first major work detailing the post emergency/treatment stage of acute poisoning.
This important text differs from other toxicology titles in its review of patient management, and provides a critical care emphasis unlike any other book available today. Critical Care Toxicology covers not only the general management of the critical poisoned patient but also reviews the toxic syndromes the patient may present.
Comprehensive coverage addresses the full range of conditions for anyone who must initially treat, stabilize, monitor, and discharge the acutely poisoned patient. Chapter format is designed to cover practical information with specific treatment recommendations.
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Descripción Mosby, 2004. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0815143877