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Critical Care Medicine Hand Book

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Critical Care Medicine Hand Book


1. The main point of critical medicine


2. The peculiarities of technology


3. History


4. The Service of Georgia


5. Legislation of Georgia


6. Blood Circulation Failure - Monitoring


7. Catheterization and blood vessels function


8. Oxygenators


9. Pacing


10. Counterpulsation


11. Cardioversion


12. Heart Trauma


13. Vaso-vagal syncope


14. Hypertensive stroke


15. Aneurism and thrombosis


16. Arrhythmias and blockades


17. Heart diseases


18. Cardiomyopathy


19. Mucous Tumor


20. Pericarditis


21. Myocarditis


22. Cardiogenic shock


23. Heart failure


24. Cardiac arrest


25. Respiratory failure – Monitoring


26. Mechanical Ventilation


27. Hyperbaric oxygenation


28. Tracheostomy


29. Cricothyrotomy


30. Intubation of trachea


31. Tracheal puncture


32. Puncture of pleura and drainage


33. Bronchoscopy


34. Heart - Chest Trauma


35. Acute Mediastinitis


36. Acute Respiratory Failure of Centralo genese


37. Obstruction of respiratory way


38. Asthma status


39. Pulmonary embolism


40. Pulmonary atelectasis


41. Pulmonary Cancer


42. Pleuritis


43. Acute Pneumonias


44. Aspirational pneumonia


45. Pulmonary Edema


46. Acute pulmonary injury's syndrome, adult's respiratory distress syndrome


47. Liver failure


48. Kidney failure


49. Mental disorders, Febrile schizophrenia, malignant neuroleptic syndrome


50. Alcoholic delirium


51. Narcotic Abstinence Syndrome


52. Suicides


53. Failure of nervous functions - Methods of research


54. Severe skull and brain trauma


55. Severe spinal trauma


56. Stroke


57. Severe deterioration of blood flow in spinal cord


58. "Guillain-Barre" syndrome


59. Epileptic status


60. Locked in syndrome


61. Reye's syndrome


62. "Alpha" coma


63. Syndrome of reflexive dystrophy


64. Syndrome of spontaneous periodic hypothermia


65. Malignant hyperthermia


66. Syndrome of sleep apnea


67. Meningitis


68. Vegetative condition


69. Encephalitis


70. Brain death


71. Post reanimation disease


72. Hypovolemic shock


73. The essence of endogenous toxemia


74. Average molecules


75. Extracorporeal detoxification Hemodialysis


76. Hemodiafiltration, hemofiltration, ultrafiltration


77. Immunoadsorption


78. Plasmapheresis, cytopheresis, hemoxygenation


79. Peritoneal dialysis


80. Program washout of peritoneal cavity


81. Exchange of the blood, replacement of the blood


82. MARS therapy


83. Other detoxification


84. Sepsis


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