3rd Auflage 2012,
513 Seiten, Kartoniert, Previously published in hardcover, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 235 mm, Gewicht: 807 g
Verlag: Springer, Berlin
Silvestri / de la Cal / Gullo Infection Control in the Intensive Care Unit
The volume will be an invaluable tool for all those requiring in depth knowledge in the ever expanding field of infection control.
Weitere Infos & Material
Foreword-Preface-Section 1 Essentials in Clinical Microbiology: Glossary of terms and definitions-Carriage, colonization, infection-Classification of micro-organisms-Classification of ICU infection-Gut Microbiology: Surveillance Samples for the Detection of the Abnormal Carrier State in Overgrowth-Section 2 Antimicrobials: Systemic antibiotics-Systemic Antifungals-Enteral antimicrobials-Section 3 Infection Control: Evidence-based infection control in the ICU-Devices policies-Antibiotic Policies in the Intensive Care Unit-Outbreaks of infection in the ICU-Selective decontamination of the digestive tract- Section 4 Infections on ICU: Lower airway infection-Bloodstream infection in the ICU-Infections of peritoneum, mediastinum, pleura, wounds and urinary tract-Infection on the NICU and PICU-Early adequate antibiotic therapy-ICU for transplantation-Clinical virology in NICU, PICU and adult ICU-AIDS patients on ICU-Therapy of infection in the IC-Section 5 Special topics: The gut in the critically ill: central organ in abnormal microbiological carriage, infections, systemic inflammation, microcirculatory failure and MODS-Non-antibiotic measures to control ventilator-associated pneumonia-Impact of nutritional route on infections: parenteral versus enteral-Gut mucosal protection in the critically ill patient towards an integrated clinical strategy-Selective Decontamination of the Digestive Tract: The Role of the Pharmacist-Antimicrobial resistance-ICU acquired infection: mortality, morbidity and costs- Evidence-based medicine in ICU