eBook Encyclopedia of Intensive Care Medicine, 1st Edition

  • Jean-Louis Vincent
  • Jesse B. Hall
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  • ISBN-10: 3642004180
  • ISBN-13: 9783642004186
  • DDC: 616.028
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 2478 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released September 2013
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Overview

The aim of this comprehensive encyclopedia is to provide detailed information on intensive care medicine contributing to the broad field of emergency medicine. The wide range of entries in the Encyclopedia of Intensive Care Medicine are written by leading experts in the field. They will provide basic and clinical scientists in academia, practice, as well as industry with valuable information about the field of intensive care medicine, but also people in related fields, students and teachers will benefit from the important and relevant information on the most recent developments in emergency medicine. The Encyclopedia will contain 4 volumes, and published simultaneously online. The entire field has been divided into 14 sections. All entries will be arranged in alphabetical order with extensive cross-referencing between them.

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  • The A to Z format provides easy access to relevant information in the field of intensive care medicine.
  • Extensive cross references between keywords and related articles enable efficient searches in a user-friendly manner.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Copyright Page.
List of Contributors.
1: AAST Spleen Injury Scale.
2: Abbreviated Injury Scale.
3: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: Diagnosis and Management.
4: Abdominal Cavity Infections.
5: Abdominal Compartment Syndrome.
6: Abdominal Trauma.
7: Abdominal Trauma, Damage Control.
8: Abscess, Epidural.
9: Accessory Splenic Tissue.
10: Acetaminophen Overdose.
11: Acid Fast Bacilli (AFB).
12: Acid–Base Evaluation.
13: Acinetobacter Infections.
14: ACT Analyzer.
15: Active Surveillance Cultures.
16: Acute Abdominal Pain: General Approach.
17: Acute Asthma.
18: Acute Care Surgery.
19: Acute Coronary Syndrome: Risk Stratification.
20: Acute Heart Failure: Risk Stratification.
21: Acute Kidney Injury Biomarkers, Concept of.
22: Acute Kidney Injury During Pregnancy.
23: Acute Pancreatitis.
24: Acute Phase Proteins.
25: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS).
26: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome and Acute Lung Injury.
27: Acute Respiratory Failure, Mechanisms of.
28: Adenosine 2A Agonists in Acute Kidney Injury.
29: Adhesion Molecules.
30: Adrenal Conditions, Hypercortisolism/Hyperaldosteronism.
31: Adrenal Conditions, Insufficiency/Failure.
32: ß-Adrenergic Antagonist Toxicity.
33: Adsorption.
34: Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).
35: Advanced Hemodynamic Monitoring.
36: Advanced Trauma Life Support.
37: Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS).
38: Aerosolized Antibiotics.
39: Afterload.
40: AH.
41: AIDS.
42: Airborne Transmission.
43: Airway Management.
44: AIS 2005 Military.
45: AKD/AKI, Approach to the Patient with.
46: AKI in the Newborn.
47: AKI, Concept of.
48: AKI, Epidemiology of.
49: “All-in-One” Solutions.
50: Alternative Airways.
51: Amb-d.
52: American College of Surgeons Resources Document.
53: An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
54: Anaerobic Infections.
55: Anaphylactic Shock.
56: Anaphylaxis.
57: Anemia Management.
58: Anesthesia, Local.
59: Anesthesia, Regional.
60: Angioembolization, Hepatic.
61: Angioembolization, Splenic.
62: ANP.
63: Anthrax.
64: Anti-Arrhythmic Therapy.
65: Antibiotic Tolerance.
66: Antibiotics: Resistance Mechanisms and Clinical Relevance.
67: Anticoagulation in Extracorporeal Circuits (CVVH, ECMO).
68: Anticoagulation Reversal in the ED.
69: Antimicrobial Administration in Critical Infections.
70: Antioxidants, Clinical Importance.
71: Antithyroid Peroxidase Antibodies.
72: Antivenom.
73: Aortic Counterpulsation.
74: Aortic Dissection.
75: Aortic Regurgitation.
76: Aortic Stenosis.
77: Arbovirus.
78: ARDS.
79: Arginine.
80: Arginine Metabolism.
81: Arrhythmic Disease in Children.
82: Arterial Blood Gases Interpretation.
83: Arterial Hypoxemia.
84: Arthritis, Septic.
85: Aspergillosis (Invasive).
86: Aspiration Pneumonia.
87: ATA.
88: Atlantoaxial Dislocation.
89: Atrial Fibrillation.
90: ATS.
91: Autochthonous.
92: Bacteremia, Primary of Unknown Origin.
93: BAL.
94: Basic Life Support.
95: Bedside Hemodynamic Monitoring.
96: Beta-Blockers.
97: Bilhemia.
98: Biliovenous Fistula.
99: Bioincompatible Membrane.
100: Biological Terrorism.
101: Biological Terrorism, Anthrax.
102: Biological Terrorism, Botulinum Toxin.
103: Biological Terrorism, Hemorrhagic Fever.
104: Biological Terrorism, Plague.
105: Biological Terrorism, Smallpox.
106: Biological Terrorism, Tularemia.
107: Biomarkers.
108: Bioreactance®.
109: Bioterrorism Agent.
110: BIS Monitoring System.
111: Bite Injuries.
112: Blakemore Tube.
113: Blast Injury.
114: Blastomycosis.
115: Bleeding and Hemostasis in Acute Renal Failure.
116: Bleeding Patient.
117: Bleeding Time.
118: Blood and Body Fluid Exposures and Postexposure Prophylaxis.
119: Blood Transfusion.
120: Blunt Cerebrovascular Injury.
121: BMT.
122: Body Fluid Exposure.
123: Body Fluids Noninfectious for HIV.
124: Body Fluids Possibly Infected with HIV.
125: Boerhaave's Syndrome.
126: Bomb Injuries.
127: Bone Marrow Transplant: Infectious Complications.
128: Borderline Patient.
129: Brain Abscess.
130: Brain Death.
131: Bronchial Fibroscopy and Lung Biopsy.
132: Bronchitis and Bronchiectasis.
133: Bronchopleural Fistula.
134: Bronchoscopy, Role in Suspected Infection.
135: Bronchovenous Air Embolism.
136: Broselow Pediatric Emergency Tape.
137: Brucellosis.
138: B-Type Natriuretic Peptide.
139: Burn Fluid Resuscitation.
140: Burn Injury.
141: Burn Injury, Compartment Syndromes.
142: Burn Injury, Inhalation Injury.
143: Burn Injury, Primary Wound Excision.
144: Burn Injury, Rule of Nines.
145: Burn Skin Infection.
146: Burn Wound Infection.
147: Burns Infections.
148: Burns, Pneumonia.
149: Burns, Sepsis.
150: Calcium Channel Blocker Toxicity.
151: Candidiasis.
152: CAP.
153: Capillary Refill.
154: Capsaicin-8-Methyl-N-Vanillyl−6-Nonenamide.
155: Cardiac and Endovascular Infections.
156: Cardiac Contractility.
157: Cardiac Failure in Children.
158: Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
159: Cardiac Markers for Diagnosing Acute Myocardial Infarction.
160: Cardiac Output, Measurements.
161: Cardiac Steroids and Glycoside Toxicity.
162: Cardiac Tamponade.
163: Cardiomyopathy in Children.
164: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.
165: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
166: Cardiorenal Syndrome.
167: Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection.
168: Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infection.
169: Cauda Equina Syndrome.
170: C-Collar.
171: Central Spinal Cord Syndrome.
172: Central Venous Pressure.
173: Central Venous, Arterial, and PA Catheters.
174: Cerebral Concussion.
175: Cerebral Malaria.
176: Cerebral Perfusion Pressure.
177: Cerebral Perfusion Pressure (CPP).
178: Change.
179: Chelator.
180: Chemical and Physical Forces.
181: Chest Pain: Differential Diagnosis.
182: Chest Wall Stabilization.
183: Child-Pugh.
184: Cholecystitis.
185: Chylothorax.
186: Circulatory Assist Devices.
187: Classification of Pulmonary Hypertension.
188: Clearance.
189: Clinical Pulmonary Infection Score (CPIS).
190: Clostridium Difficile-Associated Diarrhea.
191: Closure Time (PFA).
192: Coagulation, Monitoring at the Bedside.
193: Coagulopathy.
194: Cocaine.
1: Damage Control Orthopedics (DCO).
2: Damage Control Surgery.
3: Death.
4: Death by Neurologic Criteria.
5: Decolonization.
6: Decompensated Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
7: Decompressive Craniectomy.
8: Decorticate/Decerebrate Posturing.
9: Decortication.
10: Decreased Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate (eGFR): Interpretation in Acute and Chronic Kidney Disease.
11: Defibrillation.
12: Definitive Airway.
13: Dengue.
14: Dermatome.
15: Designated Trauma Center.
16: Diabetes Mellitus Types 1 and 2.
17: Diabetes, Insulin Therapy/Glycemic Control.
18: Diabetes, Others (Acute Conditions/Emergencies).
19: Diabetic Ketoacidosis.
20: Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage.
21: Dialysate.
22: Dialysis Membranes.
23: Diffusion.
24: Diffusive Clearance.
25: Disaster Management.
26: Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation.
27: Disseminated Strongyloidiasis.
28: Diuretics.
29: Diuretics for Management of AKI.
30: Diuretics for Treatment of Acute Kidney Injury.
31: Diving Sickness.
32: Domestic Violence.
33: Dopamine.
34: Dressing.
35: Drug Susceptibility Testing (DST).
36: Drug-Induced AKI.
37: DVT, Limited Compression Ultrasonography.
38: Dynamic Index of Preload Responsiveness.
39: Dyspnea: Differential Diagnosis.
40: EAdi.
41: Early Goal-Directed Therapy.
42: Early Total Care (ETC).
43: Ebola and Marburg Virus.
44: Echinococcosis.
45: Echinococcosis, Alveolar.
46: Echocardiography.
47: ED-ICU Handoffs.
48: eGFR, Concept of.
49: Elastance.
50: Electrical Injury – High-Voltage Current.
51: Electrical Injury: Cataracts.
52: Electrical Injury: Compartment Syndrome.
53: Electrocardiogram.
54: Electro-Neurophysiology.
55: Emergency Burr Holes.
56: Emergency Medical Services.
57: Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
58: Empyema.
59: Empyema Necessitatis.
60: Encephalopathy and Delirium.
61: End Diastolic Volume.
62: Endocarditis.
63: Endogenous Infections.
64: Endothelial Cell Injury.
65: End-Tidal CO2.
66: Energy Expenditure.
67: Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Intervention.
68: Enteral Nutrition.
69: Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay.
70: Epidural Hematoma.
71: Epiglottitis.
72: Epithelial Cell Injury.
73: ERCP.
74: ESBLs.
75: Eschar.
76: Esophageal Doppler.
77: Esophageal Pressure.
78: ETA.
79: Ethanol Intoxication.
80: Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM).
81: Evisceration.
82: Exogenous Infections.
83: Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis (XDR TB).
84: External Fixation (EF).
85: External Ventricular Drainage (EVD)-Related CNS Infection.
86: Extracorporeal Lung Support.
87: Extravascular Lung Water.
88: Extravascular Lung Water (EVLW).
89: Extremity Compartment Syndrome.
90: Extremity, Ischemia.
91: Extrinsic Risk Factors for HAI.
92: Extubation Failure.
93: Exudative Phase.
94: Fanconi Syndrome.
95: [18F]FDG.
96: Fenoldopam.
97: Fibrinopurulent Phase.
98: Field Triage Scoring.
99: Filoviral Hemorrhagic Fever.
100: Flail Chest.
101: Fluid Challenge.
102: Fluid Responsiveness.
103: FN.
104: FOB.
105: Focused Assessment for the Sonographic Examination for Trauma.
106: Fractional Excretion of Sodium (Na) and Urea Nitrogen (UN).
107: Fracture Classification.
108: Free-Water Clearance.
109: Functional and Structural Markers of Renal Impairment in Serum and Urine.
110: Functional Hemodynamics.
111: FUO.
112: Gag Reflex.
113: Gastric Residuals.
114: Gastrointestinal Bleeding.
115: Gastro-Intestinal Bleeding in ICU Patients.
116: Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
117: Gelfoam.
118: Geriatric Trauma.
119: Glasgow Coma Scale.
120: Global End-Diastolic Volume (GEDV).
121: Glomerulonephritis.
122: Glutamine.
123: Glutamine Metabolism.
124: Goal-Directed Therapy.
125: Group A Streptococcal Toxic Shock in Gynecology.
126: Gut Dysfunction.
127: GVHD.
128: Gynecological Infections.
129: Hamman's Crunch.
130: Hand Hygiene.
131: Hangman's Fracture.
132: HAP.
133: HBO2T.
134: HC.
135: HCAP.
136: Health-Care Personnel.
137: Health-Care-Associated Infection (HAI).
138: Heart Failure Syndromes, Treatment.
139: Heart Failure, Acute.
140: Heart Failure, Biomarkers.
141: Heart–Kidney Interaction.
142: Heat Shock Proteins.
143: Hematobilia.
144: Hematologic Complications of Children on the ICU.
145: Hematuria.
146: Hemi-Splenectomy.
147: Hemobilia.
148: Hemodialysis.
149: Hemodialysis in ICU.
150: Hemofiltration.
151: Hemofiltration in the ICU.
152: Hemolytic Anemia.
153: Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome and Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura.
154: Hemorrhagic Fever Virus.
155: Hemorrhagic Shock, Classification.
156: Hemorrhagic Shock, Fluid Resuscitation.
157: Hemothorax.
158: Heparin.
159: Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia.
160: Heparinoids and Synthetic Heparinoids.
161: Hepatic Lobectomy.
162: Hepatic Trisegmentectomy.
163: Hepatorenal Syndrome.
164: Hepatotomy.
165: Herpes Simplex.
166: Herpes Zoster.
167: HH.
168: HIF1α.
169: High Altitude Syndromes.
170: High-Frequency Ventilation.
171: Histoplasmosis.
172: HIV.
173: HIV Infections.
174: HIV, Disseminated Tuberculosis.
175: HIV, Fungal Infection.
176: HIV, GI Infections.
177: HIV, Pneumonic Complications.
178: HIV-Related Cholecystitis.
179: HIV-Related Diarrhea.
180: HIV-Related Disease of the Oral Cavity and Esophagus.
181: HIV-Related Diseases of the Pancreas, Biliary Tract, and Liver.
182: HIV-Related Diseases of the Stomach, Intestines, and Colon.
183: HIV-Related Gastrointestinal Obstruction.
184: HIV-Related Hepatitis.
185: HME.
186: HMEF.
187: Hospital or Facility-Acquired Prevalence.
188: Humidification.
189: Humoral Immune Response.
190: Hydration and Volume Expansion.
191: Hydraulic Flux.
192: Hyperbaric Therapy.
193: Hyperinsulinemic Euglycemia Therapy (HIET).
194: Hypertensive Emergency.
195: Hyperthyroidism.
196: Hypothyroidism.
197: IC.
198: ICP Monitoring.
199: ICU.
200: ICU, Infection Control.
1: Jellyfish Envenomation.
2: Ketosis-Prone Diabetes.
3: Ki.
4: Kidney Injury, Acute.
5: L-Amb.
6: Laparotomy.
7: Laparotomy, Non-Therapeutic.
8: Legionella.
9: Lemierre's Syndrome.
10: Leopold Maneuver.
11: LiDCO.
12: Line Probe Assays (LiPAs).
13: Lipid Peroxidation.
14: Lithium Toxicity.
15: Liver Injury Grading.
16: Log Roll.
17: Loop Diuretics in Acute Kidney Injury.
18: Low Molecular Weight Heparin.
19: Lung Recruitment.
20: Lyme Disease.
21: Makler's Triad.
22: Mangled Extremity.
23: Mannitol in the Critically Ill Patient with Acute Kidney Injury.
24: MASCC Index.
25: Mass Casualty Incident.
26: Massive Transfusion.
27: Maximum AIS (MAIS).
28: MBI.
29: MDR.
30: Mechanical Ventilation.
31: Mechanical Ventilation, Principles of.
32: Mediastinal Hematoma.
33: Mediastinal Infections.
34: Mediastinitis.
35: Mediastinitis, Postoperative.
36: Meningitis.
37: Metabolic Acidosis, Renal Causes.
38: Metabolic Disorders, Other.
39: Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA).
40: MIC and MBC.
41: Microcirculation.
42: Microcoils.
43: Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Sepsis and Organ Dysfunction.
44: Mitochondrial Therapy in Critical Illness.
45: Mitral Valvular Disease.
46: MLSB Resistance.
47: Mobility/Exercise, Early in ICU.
48: MostCare Monitor.
49: Motor Vehicle Crash Kinematics.
50: MRSA.
51: Multidimensional Injury.
52: Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR TB).
53: Multiplate® Analyzer.
54: Multiple Dosed Activated Charcoal (MDAC).
55: Multiple Organ Failure.
56: Multiple Organ Failure (MOF).
57: Muscle Wasting.
58: Musculoskeletal Trauma, Damage Control, and Pelvic Binder.
59: Musculoskeletal Trauma, Dislocation.
60: Musculoskeletal Trauma, Pelvic Angioembolization.
61: Musculoskeletal Trauma, Pelvic Ring Disruption.
62: Musculoskeletal Trauma, Preperitonal Pelvic Packing.
63: Mushroom Toxicity.
64: Myasthenia Gravis.
65: Mycobacterial Infections in the non-HIV–Infected Patient.
66: Mycobacterial Tuberculosis Complex.
67: Mycosis, Endemic.
68: Mycosis, Opportunistic.
69: Myocardial Contusion.
70: Myocarditis and Acute Cardiomyopathies.
71: Myocarditis in Children.
72: Myocarditis, Infectious.
73: N-Acetyl Cysteine (Renal).
74: N-Acetyl-Beta-D-Glucosaminidase (NAG).
75: National Trauma Data Bank.
76: Natural and Synthetic Sorbents.
77: NAVA.
78: Near Infra-Red Spectroscopy.
79: Necrotizing Fasciitis in Gynecology.
80: Nephrocalcinosis.
81: Nerve Injury.
82: Neuroendocrine Disorders.
83: Neurogenic Shock.
84: Neuropraxia.
85: Neutropenia and Fever.
86: Nexfin HD Monitor.
87: NGAL as a Biomarker of Acute Kidney Injury.
88: Nice-Sugar.
89: Nonaneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.
90: Non-Intact Skin.
91: Noninvasive Ventilation.
92: Non-Ketotic State.
93: Nonoperative Management of Splenic Injury.
94: Non-ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (NSTEMI).
95: Non-Thyroidal Illnesses Syndrome.
96: Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM).
97: Norepinephrine.
98: Nosocomial Pneumonia, Overview.
99: Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (NAAT).
100: Nutrition Assessment.
101: Nutrition Support Therapy.
102: Nutrition, Burns.
103: Nutrition, Caloric Requirements.
104: Nutrition, Combined Enteral/Parenteral.
105: Nutrition, Enteral.
106: Nutrition, Pediatric.
107: Nutrition, Trauma.
108: Nutritional Support in ARF.
109: Occipitocervical Dissociation.
110: Oliguria in Children.
111: Oliguria, Clinical Significance.
112: Oliguria, Investigation and Management.
113: Omega-3 Fatty Acids.
114: Open Abdomen.
115: Opioid Toxicity.
116: Organ Donation.
117: Organ Donation: Management of the Potential Donor.
118: Organizing Phase.
119: Orogastric Lavage.
120: OSHA.
121: Osteomyelitis.
122: Overnutrition (or Overfeeding or Hyperalimentation).
123: Overwhelming Postsplenectomy Infection.
124: Overwhelming Postsplenectomy Sepsis.
125: Oxygen Supply Dependency.
126: Pain Management.
127: Pancreatic Infections.
128: Pancreatitis, Acute.
129: Parapneumonic Effusion and Pleural Space Infections.
130: Parapneumonic Effusions.
131: Parenteral Nutrition.
132: Passive Leg Raising Test.
133: Patient–Ventilator Asynchrony.
134: Patient–Ventilator Interaction.
135: Patient–Ventilator Interactions.
136: Patterns of Injury.
137: PAV.
138: PCR.
139: Pediatric Trauma.
140: PEEP.
141: Pelvic Binders.
142: Penetrating Wounds.
143: Pericardial Tamponade.
144: Periocardiocentesis.
145: Pericardiocentesis.
146: Pericardiotomy.
147: Pericarditis, Acute.
148: Perihepatic Packing.
149: Peritoneal Lavage, Diagnostic.
150: Peritonitis: Definitions of Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary.
151: PET.
152: PET/CT.
153: Pharmaconutrition.
154: Phlebitis, Septic.
155: Physiology of Urine Volume.
156: PiCCO.
157: PiCCO Monitor.
158: Pigment Nephropathy.
159: Plasmapheresis.
160: Plateau Pressure.
161: Platelet Function Analyzer 100 (PFA-100®).
162: Pleural and Lung Ultrasound.
163: Pleural Disease and Pneumothorax.
164: Pleural Peel.
165: Pneumomediastinum.
166: Pneumonia, Aspiration.
167: Pneumonia, Aspiration Due to Acinomycosis.
168: Pneumonia, Community-Acquired.
169: Pneumonia, Empiric Management.
170: Pneumonia, Healthcare-Acquired.
171: Pneumonia, Ventilator-Associated.
172: Pneumonic Tularemia.
173: Pneumothorax.
174: Point of Care (POC) Coagulation Analyzers.
175: Polymerase Chain Reaction.
176: Population Based.
177: Port Designation.
178: Portal Hypertension.
179: Positive Pressure Ventilators.
180: Positron Emission Tomography.
181: Post Traumatic Pneumatocele.
182: Postdilution.
183: Postexposure Prophylaxis.
184: Post-Neurosurgical Brain Abscess and Subdural Empyema.
185: Post-Neurosurgical CNS Infection.
186: Post-Neurosurgical Meningitis.
187: Postsplenectomy Sepsis.
188: Postsplenectomy Vaccination.
189: Pre-/Postdilution.
190: Predicted Body Weight (PBW).
191: Predilution.
192: Pregnancy, Infectious Complications.
193: Pregnancy, Precipitous Delivery.
194: Prehospital – Emergency Medical Services.
195: Prehospital Care, Triage Criteria.
196: Prehospital Care.
197: Preload.
198: Preload Responsiveness.
199: Prerenal Azotemia.
200: Pressure Ulcer Evaluation, Prevention and Treatment.
1: Rabies.
2: Radiation Poisoning.
3: Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT).
4: Rapid Sequence Intubation.
5: Reactive Oxygen Species.
6: Readiness Testing.
7: Red-ox Reactions.
8: Refeeding Syndrome.
9: Regional Anticoagulation.
10: Regional Citrate Anticoagulation.
11: Relative Adrenal Insufficiency.
12: Renal Angioembolization.
13: Renal Blood Flow Regulation.
14: Renal Injury Scoring.
15: Renal Replacement.
16: Renal Replacement Therapy, Indications.
17: Renal Replacement Therapy, Intensity.
18: Renal Replacement Therapy, Timing.
19: Renal Tubular Acidosis.
20: Reno-Cardiac Syndrome.
21: Replacement Fluids for CRRT.
22: Resistance.
23: Respiratory Extracorporeal Assist.
24: Respiratory Illness, Inflammatory Markers in.
25: Resuscitation Endpoints.
26: Retrohepatic Vena Caval Shunt.
27: Reversing Anticoagulant Treatment in ICU Patients.
28: Revised Trauma Score.
29: RH.
30: Rhabdomyolysis.
31: Salicylate Overdose.
32: Saline Flushes.
33: SBP.
34: Scapulothoracic Dissociation.
35: Secondary Brain Injury.
36: Sedative-Hypnotic.
37: Selective Angiography.
38: Sengstaken–Blakemore Tube.
39: Sepsis, Overview.
40: Sepsis: Clinical Features.
41: Sepsis: Etiologies.
42: Sepsis: Management, Including Sepsis Bundles.
43: Sepsis: Pathogenesis.
44: Sepsis-Induced Acute Kidney Injury.
45: Septic Encephalopathy.
46: Septic Pelvic Thrombophlebitis.
47: Septic Phlebitis.
48: Septic Shock.
49: Serum and Urinary Low Molecular Weight Proteins.
50: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, Viral (SARS).
51: Severe Sepsis.
52: Sex Steroids: Role in ICU Outcome.
53: Shock, Ultrasound Assessment.
54: Shunt-Related CNS Infection.
55: Sickle Cell Disease.
56: Sieving Coefficient.
57: Silent.
58: Slough.
59: Slow Extended Dialysis.
60: Smoke Inhalation Injury.
61: Snake Bites.
62: Sodium Bicarbonate, Intravenous.
63: Soft Tissue Infections, Life-Threatening.
64: Solute Clearance.
65: Sonoclot® Analyzer.
66: Sorbents Modes.
67: Source Control.
68: SP.
69: Spinal Cord Abscess.
70: Spinal Cord Injury Syndromes.
71: Spine Damage Control.
72: Spleen Injury Grading.
73: Spleen, Nonoperative Management.
74: Splenectomy: Infectious Complications.
75: Splenic Angioembolization.
76: Splenic Arteriovenous Fistula.
77: Splenic Autotransplantation.
78: Splenic Contrast Blush.
79: Splenic Cysts.
80: Splenic Embolization.
81: Splenic Injury, Immunization.
82: Splenic Salvage.
83: Splenorrhaphy.
84: Spontaneous Breathing Trial (SBT).
85: Staphylococcus Aureus: MRSA.
86: START and JumpSTART.
87: Static Index of Preload.
88: Status Epilepticus.
89: Sternal Dehiscence.
90: Sternotomy.
91: Streptococcal Skin Infection and Necrotizing Fasciitis.
92: Streptococcus Pneumoniae.
93: Stroke Volume Variation (SVV).
94: Stroke, Blood Pressure Management.
95: ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction.
96: STSS.
97: Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, Aneurysmal.
98: Subclinical Hypothyroidism.
99: Subdural Empyema.
100: Subdural Hematoma.
101: Sublingual Capnometry.
102: Subxiphoid Pericardial Window.
103: Super-Selective Angiography.
104: Supplemental Parenteral Nutrition (SPN).
105: Suppurative Thrombophlebitis.
106: Supraventricular Arrhythmias.
107: SUV.
108: Sylvatic.
109: Syncope.
110: Synthetic Membranes.
111: Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS).
112: T3.
113: T4.
114: Tamponade.
115: Teg®/Rotem®.
116: Tension Pneumothorax.
117: Terrorism Scene Control.
118: Tetanus.
119: The 3-Element Windkessel Model.
120: The National Trauma Data Bank Annual Report.
121: Therapeutic Hypothermia.
122: Thoracic Outlet.
123: Thoracocentesis and Chest Tubes.
124: Thoracotomy for Trauma.
125: Thrombocytopenia in Critically III Patients.
126: Thrombotic Micro-Angiopathies (TTP, Hus, etc.).
127: Time Constant (τ).
128: TIPS.
129: TIPSS.
130: Torn Thoracic Aorta.
131: Toxic Alcohols.
132: Toxic Shock Syndrome, Skin Source.
133: Toxoplasma Gondii.
134: Toxoplasmosis.
135: TP.
136: Tracheal Intubation and Airway Management.
137: Tracheal Intubation in Acute Procedures.
138: Tracheotomy.
139: Tracheostomy.
140: Transfer Agreement.
141: Transfer Area Coefficient (KoA).
142: Transfer of Patients to Other Ward Areas.
143: Transpulmonary Pressure.
144: Transpulmonary Thermodilution (TTD).
145: Transpulmonary Thermodilution Technique.
146: Trauma and Injury Severity Score (TRISS).
147: Trauma Center.
148: Trauma Criteria.
149: Trauma Registry.
150: Trauma System.
151: Trauma Systems.
152: Traumatic Amputation.
153: Traumatic Asphyxia.
154: Traumatic Brain Injury.
155: Traumatic Brain Injury, Initial Management.
156: Traumatic Brain Injury-Fluid Management.
157: Traumatic Spondylolisthesis.
158: Triage – Mass-Casualty Prehospital.
159: Triage Guidelines.
160: Tricuspid Valve Diseases.
161: Trigger.
162: Tuberculosis (TB).
163: Tubo-Ovarian Abscess.
164: Tubular Enzymuria.
165: Tularemia.
166: Tunneling.
167: Typhoidal Tularemia.
168: Ulceroglandular Tularemia.
169: Ultrafiltration.
170: Ultrasound: Uses in ICU.
171: Ultrasound-Guided Vascular Access.
172: Uncomplicated Parapneumonic Effusions.
173: Undermining.
174: Urinary Tract Infections.
175: Urine Electrolytes.
176: Urine Electrolytes and Acid Base.
177: Urine Sediment.
178: Urinoma.
179: Urosepsis, Empiric Management.
180: Vacuum-Assisted Closure.
181: VAP.
182: Varices.
183: Vascular Access for RRT.
184: Vascular Contusion and Hematoma.
185: Vascular Injury, Classification.
186: Vascular, Interposition Grafts.
187: Vascular, Intimal Flap.
188: Vascular, Spasm.
189: Vascular, True Aneurysms.
190: Vasodilator Therapies.
191: Vasopressin.
192: Vasopressin Analogues.
193: Vasopressor Drugs in Acute Kidney Injury.
194: Vasopressor Therapy.
195: Vasopressors.
196: Vasoreactivity Test [4].
197: VAT.
198: Venous Oxygen Saturation, Central and Mixed.
199: Ventilator Circuits.
200: Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia.