Schaefer-Prokop, C.

The radiologist in an intensive care unit must act quickly, expertly, and with confidence when conducting an examination and must keep a cool head. Given the time constraints and patients limited ability to cooperate, the bedside radiologic evaluation often cannot be as comprehensive as in the radiology department. The conditions for image interpretation are less than optimal due to the presence of superimposed appliances or limited availability of equipment. This book is designed to prepare you for critical care situations. Easy to consult for essential information, it provides an authoritative companion for radiologists on call and in preparation for exams. Special features of this book:* Concise presentation of intensive care radiology* Key points highlighted in sidebars and easy-to-read tables, plus tips on image interpretation* Summary of specialized information at the end of each chapter* - More than 550 vivid illustrations from the latest generation of imaging devices* Systematic, practice-oriented contents based on state-of-the-art techniques* Clear didactic format throughout the book for imparting information quickly* Special emphasis on pediatric intensive care patients* Written by an interdisciplinary team of experts from radiology and intensive care medicine Effective, authoritative, confident --- Make the right diagnosis in critical situations! Contents 1 Basic Principles: Radiologic Techniques and Radiation Safety 2 Thoracic Imaging of the Intensive Care Patient 3 Imaging of Patients after Thoracic Surgery 4 Acute Abdomen in the Intensive Care Patient 5 Imaging of Patients after Abdominal Surgery 6 Thoracic Imaging of the Pediatric Intensive Care Patient 7 Acute Abdomen in the Pediatric Intensive Care Patient: CRITICAL CARE RADIOLOGY.

1/12/2018 · Point-of-care ultrasound is increasingly being undertaken by critical care physicians to aid diagnosis and guide procedures, thereby potentially reducing requests for CXR and demand on radiology services. 2 Transferring a critically ill patient to the radiology department to access computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging scans is challenging and undertaken when no alternative ... Chest Radiology in Intensive Care Medicine Dr. Andrew Ferguson MEd FRCA DIBICM FCCP Assistant Professor, Medicine (Critical Care) & Anesthesia Dalhousie Unive… Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

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Sophisticated critical care unit radiology (non-invasive monitoring of cardiopulmonary pathophysiology). In: Grenier P, ed. Imaging of the chest: an update—first European Congress of Radiology proceedings. Berlin, Germany: Springer, 1997; 122–131. Google Scholar This course covers the imaging of the body relevant to the critical care trainee including x-ray, ultrasound and CT interpretation. A comprehensive review of the fundamental principles of chest and emergency x-ray interpretation will be provided with a focus on chest x-ray interpretation including the identification of tubes/lines, normal variants and common pathology.

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