Oncologic Critical Care

Oncologic Critical Care

Price, Kristen J.; Nates, Joseph L.

Springer International Publishing AG

10/2019

2099

Dura

Inglês

9783319745879

15 a 20 dias

5548

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Part 1. Organization and Management of an Oncologic Critical Care Unit 1. Oncologic Critical Care Department Organization 2. Critical Care Staffing 3. ICU Admission and Discharge Criteria 4. Quality Assurance and Improvement 5. ICU Utilization 6. Current Trends in ICU Beds, Use, Occupancy, and Costs in the United States 7. Early Warning Systems for the ICU8. Patient Risk Prediction Model (Severity of Illness Scores) Part 2. Multidisciplinary Care 9. Rapid Response Team 10. Nursing11. Pharmacy 12. Nutrition 13. Physical and Occupational Therapy14. Patient Support15. Advocacy and Social Work16. Chaplaincy Part 3. Advance Practice Providers 17. Role of the APPs in the Onco-ICU18. Credentialing19. Competencies Part 4. Clinical Pharmacy 20. Chemotherapy 21. Considerations for Medications Commonly Utilized in the Oncology Population22. Supportive Care Considerations Part 5. Dermatologic Complications 23. GHVD, TEN, and Mycosis Fungoides Part 6. Neurologic Diseases 24. Medication-induced Neurotoxicity 25. Delirium and Psychosis 26. Seizures and Status Epilepticus 27. Stroke 28. Increased Intracranial Pressure (brain mets, ich, hydrocephalus, etc) 29. Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome (PRES) 30. Tumor-related Diseases/Neoplastic Meningitis/Leptomeningeal Disease 31. Frequent CNS Infections in the Immunosuppressed Patient 32. Intracranial Hemorrhage Focused on Cancer and Hemato-oncologic Patients33. Spinal Cord Compression 34. TCD in the ICU Part 7. Respiratory Diseases 35. Acute and Chronic Respiratory Failure 36. Oxygen therapy (low-flow and high-flow oxygen therapy) 37. Respiratory Care of the Critically Ill Patient 38. Management of Tracheobronchial Diseases 39. Pulmonary Hypertension 40. ARDS and the differential diagnosis of pulmonary infiltrates in the cancer patient41. Diffuse Alveolar Hemorrhage 42. Differentiation (Retinoic acid ATRA) Syndrome 43. Late Non Infectious Pulmonary Complications in Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation 44. Treatment-related Lung Injury 45. Pneumonia in the Cancer Patient 46. Ventilatory Strategies and Weaning from Mechanical Ventilation 47. Noninvasive Ventilation 48. High Frequency Ventilation 49. Prone Ventilatory Therapy 50. Bi-Level and Airway Pressure Release Ventilation 51. NAVA 52. ECMO in Cancer Patients 53. Tracheostomy: Appropriateness and Indications in Cancer Patients 54. Pleural Disease, Malignant and Benign Pleural Effusions55. Sleep Disorders in the Oncologic ICU Part 8. Cardiovascular Diseases 56. Hemodynamic evaluation57. Acute Coronary Syndrome Thrombocytopenia and Antiplatelet Therapy in the Cancer Patient 58. Interventional Cardiology in the Cancer Patient 59. Arrhythmias in the Cancer Patient 60. Management of Pericardial Effusions/Tamponade 61. Chemotherapy-related Cardiovascular Complications 62. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in the Cancer Patient Part 9. Gastrointestinal Disease 63. Gastrointestinal Bleeding 64. Malignant Ascites 65. Hepatobiliary Disease66. Acute abdomen in the cancer patient Part 10. Genitourinary Disease 67. Hematuria68. Hemorrhagic cystitis69. Obstructive Uropathy in the Cancer Patient Part 11. Renal Disease 70. Acute Renal Failure71. Renal Replacement Therapy Part 12. Metabolic/Endocrine Complications 72. Adrenal Emergencies 73. Carcinoid Crises 74. Thyroid Emergencies 75. Electrolytic Abnormalities 76. Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia in the Cancer Patient Part 13. Hematologic Diseases 77. Malignant Hematological Diseases78. Benign Hematological Diseases 79. Immunology and molecular biology for the intensivist Part 14. Transfusion Medicine 80. Statistics 81. Blood Products 82. Transfusion Reactions 83. Transfusion Related Lung Injury 84. Alternatives to Blood Products85. Massive Bleeding Protocol 86. Transfusion Thresholds Part 15. Vascular Complications 87. Management of Arterial Bleeding 88. Prevention and Management of Venous Thromboembolism in the Cancer Patient 89. SVC Syndrome 90. Catheter-related Deep Vein Thrombosis Part 16. Infectious Diseases 91. Infection Control Procedures 92. Neutropenic Fever 93. Sepsis and Management of Septic Shock 94. Management of Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms 95. Fungal Infections 96. Viral Infections 97. Bacterial and Atypical Infections 98. Catheter and Device Related Infections 99. Nosocomial Infections and Ventilator Associated Pneumonia 100. Protozoal Infections in the Cancer Patients101. Antibiotic Stewardship 102. Tropical diseases in the cancer patient103. Soft tissue infections Part 17. Post-Surgical Care of the Critically Ill Cancer Patient 104. Neurosurgery105. Head & Neck Surgery 106. Plastic Surgery & Flap Graft Management 107. Thoracic Surgery 108. GI Surgery 109. Hepatic Surgery 110. Pancreatic Surgery 111. Genitourinary Surgery 112. Orthopedic Surgery 113. Interventional Radiology 114. Radiation Therapy & Gamma Knife Procedures 115. MRI 116. Outpatient Surgery Part 18. Special Patient Populations 117. Management of the Pregnant Critically Ill Cancer Patient 118. Special Considerations of Hemato-Oncologic Critically Ill Patient 119. Pediatric Cancer Critical Care Part 19. Critical Care Procedures 120. ICU Procedures by APP 121. Management of the Airway in the Cancer Patient 122. Use of Ultrasound Guidance 123. Interventional Radiology Procedures Part 20. Ethics 124. Do Not Resuscitate Orders125. Ethics Consultation126. End of Life Care127. Medical Futility Part 21. Pain Management, Palliative Care, and Outcomes 128. Acute Pain 129. Chronic Pain 130. Substance Withdrawal 131. Palliative Care in the critically ill cancer patient 132. Outcomes in Critically Ill Oncologic Patients
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ICU;infectious diseases;neurologic diseases;respiratory diseases;cardiovascular diseases;pain management