Evidence-Based Practice of Critical Care

Author: Clifford S. Deutschman MS MD FCCM
Publisher: Elsevier
Date Published: 2020
Pages: 688
Cover Type: Soft Cover
Expiration Date: 12/31/2023

  •  “The first section, especially in regard to respiratory management and ARDS, proved to be very relevant in this coronavirus environment.”
  •  “This is a very thorough resource on current topics in critical care, which provides the background to why certain decisions are made about sepsis, antibiotics, CRRT, echocardiograms, ECMO and more...Excellent, up-to-date references, history and background leading to how we got to where we are today.”
  •  “Still finding the content very relevent and helpful as I continue to work in our Covid ICU.”
  •  “Speaking as [an experienced practitioner], it is extremely helpful to understand the rationale for a change in practice.”
  •  “There is so much about this text that impressed me...Though this text was published before the coronavirus pandemic, much of the material presented is so relevant for our present ICU setting today.”
  •  “Not Easy Cerps!”
This course consists of three sections, each worth 21 contact hours, or a total of 63 contact hours when you’ve finished all three.

Evidence-Based Practice of Critical Care presents guidance on managing critically ill patients in chapters that focus on best practices. Written by physicians, its purpose is to translate evidence into practice. The quiz author has designed her quizzes for critical care nurses.

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