.- Sepsis in Intensive Care Unit.- Severe Community Acquired Infections in Intensive Care Unit .- Tropical Infections in Intensive Care Unit.- Ventilator Associated Pneumonia.- Nosocomial Infections (except Ventilator Associated Pneumonia).- Approach to Fungal Infections in Intensive Care Unit.- Viral Infections in Intensive Care Unit (except HIV).- Tuberculosis in Intensive Care Unit.- Infections of the Nervous System in Intensive Care Unit.- Obstetrical and Gynecological-Related Infections in Intensive Care Unit.- Human Immunodeficency Virus in Intensive Care Unit .- Infections in Post-transplant Patients in Intensive Care Unit.- Paediatric Infections in Intensive Care Unit .- Microbiology Laboratory Diagnosis of Infection in Intensive Care Unit.- Principles of Antibiotic Therapy in Intensive Care Unit.- Management of Gram Negative Multi Drug Resistant Organisms in Intensive Care Unit.- Management of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus in Intensive Care Unit.- Antifungal Therapy in Intensive Care Unit.- Antimicrobial Prophylaxis in Intensive Care Unit.- Antibiotic Stewardship in Intensive Care Unit.- Principles of Infection Prevention and Control in Intensive Care Unit.
Infections in intensive care is a very broad topic, and this book provides concise yet comprehensive coverage. It focuses on the appropriate and judicious use of microbiological, radiological and point-of-care tests in diagnostic work-ups and evidence-based management protocols. Moreover, it offers essential information on the diagnosis and management of commonly encountered infections in the intensive care unit, making it a handy ready-reference manual for intensivists.
Dr Manish Soneja (MBBS, MD) graduated from Calcutta Medical College and received his MD in Medicine from AIIMS, New Delhi. Presently, he is an Additional Professor at the Department of Medicine, AIIMS, New Delhi and has akeen interest in infectious diseases and critical care. He played a key role in launching the DM Infectious Diseases program at AIIMS, the first of its kind in India. He has authored several peer-reviewed publications and has delivered numerous conference presentations on topics in infectious disease and critical care.
Dr Puneet Khanna received his MBBS from Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore and completed his MD in Anaesthesiology at AIIMS, New Delhi. He has been working as anAssociate Professor at the Department of Anaesthesia at AIIMS, New Delhi, since 2014. He was previously an Assistant Professor at the Department of Anaesthesia, PGIMER Chandigarh. He has published in several prominent national and international journals, and has contributed chapters to Indian and international textbooks. Most recently, he published a book on Critical Care Sonography. His research interests includeobstetric anaesthesia, translational research, critical care, paediatric anaesthesia, and post-op cognition.