FAQ Policy. About this book Intensive care is a rapidly changing area of medicine, and after four years from the 2 nd edition the volume editors and authors have deemed necessary to update it. Show all. Pages Carriage, Colonization and Infection Silvestri, L. Systemic Antibiotics Gaudio, A. Systemic Antifungals Collins, C.
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It is vital that research be performed in areas of critical care medicine that are relevant to India. We first require adequate information and baseline data about our ICUs, practices and patients. The results should be available soon. This article focused on the progress and challenges in critical care medicine in India. Challenges remain in infrastructure, human resource development and critical care delivery across the country, and we continue to strive for solutions to make our ICUs safer and to provide better care and outcomes for our patients.
Intensive care unit-acquired infection as a side effect of sedation
The World Bank. Countries and lending groups.
World Health Organization. A prospective audit of costs of intensive care in cancer patients in India.
Critical Care Units - Apollo Hospitals Dhaka
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Divatia JV, Jog S. Intensive care research and publication in India: quo vadis? ISCCM courses. Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine Quality indicators for ICU.
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Mani RK. In Sub-Saharan Africa, where co-infection with the human immunodeficiency virus and other communicable diseases is highly prevalent, TB is one of the most frequent clinical management issues in all healthcare settings. Acute respiratory failure, septic shock and multi-organ dysfunction are the most common reasons for intensive care unit admission of patients with pulmonary or extrapulmonary TB.
Family Visitation in the Adult Intensive Care Unit
Poor absorption of anti-TB drugs occurs in critically ill patients and worsens survival. The mortality of patients requiring intensive care is high.
The majority of early TB deaths result from acute cardiorespiratory failure or septic shock.