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By S. Magder (auth.), Prof. Antonino Gullo M.D. (eds.)

ISBN-10: 8847001943

ISBN-13: 9788847001947

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Continuous replace in serious care drugs is a true problem as a result of turning out to be dimensions of its contents; those components are the results of new learn acquisitions, and of these medical occasions the place the health care professional is ready to interfere at a given second, with using potent prevention strategies. also they are the results of new applied sciences in a position to outline advanced sub-clinical diagnostic elements; finally, they're the results of powerful healing thoughts on hand, and of remedy options capable of impression extensively and certainly the patient's medical path. severe care drugs is enjoying a key position within the such a lot complex environments, because it represents a cross-sectional box of motion, related to a number of specialties, resembling anaesthesiology, normal drugs, surgical procedure, paediatrics.

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Although the polarity of the electrodes affects success with internal techniques such as implantable defibrillators, during transthoracic defibrillation the polarity of the paddles seems to be unimportant. 14 L. Bossaert, 1. Nolan, F. de Latorre Drugs and drug delivery Drug delivery The venous route remains the optimal method of drug administration during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The previous guidance with regard to venous cannulation is unchanged. If already in situ, central venous cannulae can deliver agents rapidly to the central circulation.

Specific drug therapy Vasopressors During CPR the pressure gradient between the aorta and the right atrium during the decompression phase, the coronary perfusion pressure (CPP), correlates positively with return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) and survival. A vasopressor is given during cardiac arrest to increase this perfusion pressure and thereby enhance both myocardial and cerebral blood flow, in the belief that this will improve survival. Adrenaline Despite a lack of robust data demonstrating improved long-term outcome, adrenaline, in a "standard" dose of 1 mg every 3 min, continues to be advocated during resuscitation.

N Engl J Med 346:2047-2052 16. Sonel A, Sasseen MB, Fineberg N, et al (2000) Prospective study correlating fibrinopeptide a, troponin i, myoglobin, and myosin light chain levels with early and late ischemic events in consecutive patients presenting to the emergency department with chest pain. Circulation 102:1107 17. Roberts R, Fromm RE (1998) Management of acute coronary syndromes based on risk stratification. An idea whose time has come. Circulation 98:1831-1833 18. Morrow DA, Rifai N, Antman EM, et al (1998) C-reactive protein is a potent predictor of mortality independently of and in combination with troponin T: a TIMI llA substudy.

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