By Paul Ellis Marik
This is the optimum evidence-based textbook in serious care drugs. The 3rd version gains up to date and revised chapters, various new references, streamlined content material, and new chapters on key issues corresponding to the recent paradigm in serious care medication, cardiac output tracking, surgical optimization, important symptoms, and arterial blood gasoline research. The e-book continues the author’s trademark humor and interesting writing sort and is appropriate for a huge and numerous viewers of scientific scholars, citizens, fellows, physicians, nurses, and breathing therapists who search the most recent and most sensible proof in severe care.
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