Visual diagnosis in emergency and critical care medicine pdf
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The intrahospital and interhospital transfer of critically ill patients is an inevitable part of emergency department practice. Critically ill patients have a high risk of morbidity and mortality during transport. Transfers can be primary or secondary. In the UK, primary transfers to hospital from a prehospital site of illness or injury are commonly the responsibility of the ambulance service. These systems may be supported or supplemented by doctors. Secondary transfers include both intrahospital and interhospital transport, and are inevitable for all critically ill patients in the emergency department unless they die during their time in the resuscitation room. Emergency departments may also receive interhospital critical care transfers as an intermediate destination.
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Currently there are over 1, entries with more in the works, and all the pages are being constantly revised and improved. All of these pages have been updated, modified and added to since by a number of contributors see below. As such will be particularly useful to those studying for the CICM Fellowship exam though there are topics outside the scope of the exam as well. NOTE : Pages are continually added under these topic headings, to find a current list of pages for each topic just search for the topic heading in the searchable index table. Numerous resources and references, in addition to those listed at the end of each page, were particularly useful in creating the compendium. Home Critical Care Compendium. Critical Care Compendium.
International Journal of Critical Care and Emergency Medicine is an open access, peer reviewed journal publishing articles on emergency medicine and the intensive care. The Journal provides a platform for authors to contribute their findings and help raise awareness among readers in various aspects of emergency medicine. The journal aims to publish highest quality clinical content via open access platform providing the readers free, immediate and unlimited access. All articles published in the journal are subject to a rigorous peer review process. It encourages authors to publish their work in detail.