This book is a comprehensive medical text addressing emergency sedation and analgesia with specific emphasis on treatment of the emergency department patient. It presents a clinical approach to the treatment of pain in emergency patients, including pediatric and adult populations. Analgesia, sedation, and anesthetic techniques are presented in an informative, authoritative, and concise format.Table of Contents Part I. Overview and Principles in Emergency Analgesia and Procedural Sedation: 1. Emergency analgesic principles James Miner and John Burton2. Emergency procedural sedation principles John Burton and James Miner3. Analgesic and procedural sedation principles unique to the pediatric emergency department Susan Fuchs4. Pain and analgesia in the infant Michelle P. Tomassi5. Provider bias and patient selection for emergency department procedural sedation and analgesia Knox Todd6. Federal and hospital regulatory oversight in emergency department procedural sedation and analgesia Sharon Roy7. Nursing considerations in emergency department procedural sedation and analgesia Tania Strout and Dawn KendrickPart II. Analgesia for the Emergency Patient: 8. Pharmacology of commonly utilized analgesic agents Eustacia Su9. Patient assessment: pain scales and observation in clinical practice Tania Strout and Dawn Kendrick10. Pathways and protocols for the triage patient with acute pain Paula Tanabe11. Patients with acute pain: patient expectations and desired outcomes David Fosnocht12. Analgesia for the adult and pediatric multi-trauma patient Wayne Triner13. Analgesia for the emergency department isolated orthopedic extremity trauma patient Michael Turturro14. Analgesia for selected emergency head, eye, and ear patients Matthew Dunn15. Analgesia for the emergency headache patient James Miner16. Analgesia for the emergency chest pain patient Carl Germann and Andrew Perron17. Analgesia for the emergency back pain patient Donald Jeanmonod18. Analgesia for the acute abdomen patient Martha L. Neighbor19. Analgesia for the renal colic patient Allan Wolfson and David Newman20. Analgesia for the biliary colic patient Allan Wolfson and David Newman21. Analgesia for the chronic pain patient James Miner22. Outpatient analgesia following acute musculoskeletal injury John SouthallPart III. Procedural Sedation for the Emergency Patient: 23. Patient assessment and pre-procedure considerations Baruch Krauss and Steve Green24. Monitoring for procedural sedation Baruch Krauss25. Pharmacology of commonly utilized sedative agents Eustacia Su26. Procedural sedation for pediatric laceration repair Mark Roback27. Procedural sedation for pediatric radiographic imaging studies Nathan Mick28. Procedural sedation for brief pediatric procedures: foreign body removal, lumbar puncture, bone marrow aspiration, central venous catheter placement Michael Ciccarelli29. Procedural sedation for adult and pediatric orthopedic fracture and joint reduction James Miner and John Burton30. Procedural sedation for electrical cardioversion Christopher J. Freeman31. Procedural sedation for brief surgical procedures: abscess incision and debridement, tube thoracostomy, nasogastric tube placement Carl ChudnofskyPart IV. Topical, Local, and Regional Anesthesia Approach to the Emergency Patient: 32. Selected topical, local, and regional anesthesia techniques Douglas Dillon and Michael Gibbs33. Topical anesthesia considerations for pediatric peripheral intravenous catheter placement William Zempsky34. Regional anesthesia for adult and pediatric orthopedic fracture and joint reduction Douglas Dillon and Michael Gibbs35. Regional anesthesia for dental pain Kip Benko36. Local anesthesia for laceration repair Joel BartfieldPart V. Special Considerations for Emergency Procedural Sedation and Analgesia: 37. Sedation and analgesia for the prehospital emergency medical services patient Michael Dailey and David French38. Induction agents for rapid sequence intubation of the emergency department patient Joseph Clinton and Arleigh Trainor39. Sedation and analgesia for the critical care patient Richard Riker and Gilles Fraser.
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Titolo: Emergency Sedation and Pain Management
Autori: Burton - Miner
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina rigida
Misure: 22x28 cm
Peso: 1 kg