This book is a comprehensive guide to the monitoring of different organ systems in anaesthetics and intensive care.
Divided into nine sections, the text begins with an introduction to the evolution of monitoring equipment, computerised reporting, and minimum standards.
The following sections cover monitoring techniques for different systems of the body – cardiovascular, respiratory, central and peripheral nervous, musculoskeletal, metabolic, and coagulation.
The final chapters discuss the monitoring of pain and related topics such as ventilator waveforms, foetal monitoring, and future technologies.
The book also features discussion on research-based monitoring ideas for the future, including quantifying pain, sedation, and maternal-foetal safety management.
- Comprehensive guide to the monitoring of organ systems in anaesthetics and intensive care
- In depth coverage of many different systems of the body
- Includes discussion on pain monitoring and future technologies
- Highly illustrated with clinical photographs and diagrams
Anjan Trikha DA MD MAMS FICA FAMS FAOA
Preet Mohinder Singh MD DNB MNAMS
Both from Department of Anaesthesiology, Pain Medicine and Critical Care, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India