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by Viola Hach-Wunderle,Peter Nawroth,T.C. Telger

Life-Threatening Coagulation Disorders in Critical Care Medicine download ebook
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3540614753
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978-3540614753
Author:
Viola Hach-Wunderle,Peter Nawroth,T.C. Telger
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Springer; 1 edition (December 5, 1996)
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price for USA in USD (gross). This volume presents an overview of the pathophysiology, clinical features, and treatment of disseminated intravascular coagulation with regard to those conditions encountered most often during intensive medical care. The excellent organization of the book enables the reader to easily find answers to specific, individual questions.

Despite this progress, many physicians are aware of the problem that, especially for intensive care patients, a treatment very often has to be selected before diagnostic procedures can be completed.

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V. Hach-Wunderie, Peter P Nawroth, Terry C. Telger. I Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC). 1 Pathophysiology, Presentation, and Treatment of Conditions Associated with DI. 2 Consumption Coagulopathy: Principles of Management.

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This volume presents an overview of the pathophysiology, clinical features, and treatment of disseminated intravascular coagulation with regard to those conditions encountered most often during intensive medical care. Guidelines for the continuum of education in critical care medicine from residency through specialty training and ongoing throughout practice will facilitate standardization of physician education in critical care medicine.

Автор: Viola Hach-Wunderle; . Описание: Hypercoagulability and bleeding are problems physicians frequently encounter when treating intensive care patients. Activation of coagulation may lead to fibrin deposition and decreased hemostatic capacity, as seen in disseminated intravascular coagulation.

Even so, it is important to provide guidelines for handling these problems.

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Hypercoagulability and bleeding are problems physicians frequently encounter when treating intensive care patients. The coagulation mechanism is a tightly controlled system. Its balance is disturbed in conditions such as septicemia, trauma, shock, and others. The dis­ turbances may be local or disseminated and the therapeutic options available are limited and nonspecific: limited since in most cir­ cumstances they may not affect the underlying disease and are si­ milarly independent of the pathogenic mechanism; nonspecific since they cannot be specifically targeted to the problem of local or sys­ temic disturbance of coagulation. Furthermore, increased and de­ creased coagulability may be present at the same time. Activation of coagulation may lead to fibrin deposition and decreased hemostatic capacity, as seen in disseminated intravascular coagulation. New diagnostic approaches for acquired disorders of coagulation have been developed and form a new basis for therapeutic strategies. Despite this progress, many physicians are aware of the problem that, especially for intensive care patients, a treatment very often has to be selected before diagnostic procedures can be completed. We also know that for many diseases rare occurrence or the hetero­ genity of the patient population make it quite difficult to conduct clinical studies which prove that a therapeutic regimen is efficacious. Thus, much discussion about coagulation disorders in critically ill patients is still necessary. Even so, it is important to provide guidelines for handling these problems.