ABC of Transfer and Retrieval Medicine provides the key information required to help health care professionals involved in the movement of critically ill patients to do so safely, correctly and with confidence. Beginning with the practical and clinical considerations to be taken into account during patient transfer and an overview of transfer equipment, it then addresses pharmacological aspects of patient transfer, the roles and responsibilities of the transfer team, and the requirements of neonatal, paediatric and specialist transfers. Mapped against the syllabus for the Diploma of Retrieval and Transfer Medicine (Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh), it has been developed as a core resource for the diploma whilst providing an invaluable resource for any healthcare professional involved in the transfer of critically ill patients including anaesthetists, intensivists, nurses from ICU/ED and paramedics. It also includes frameworks for radiology and arterial blood gas interpretation, guidance on patient triage, transfer checklists and equipment checklists, and a summary of the relevant national guidelines. From a multidisciplinary international author team, this new addition to the ABC series is a useful resource for all health care professionals involved in the transfer of patients. It is relevant to anaesthetists, intensivists, paramedics, critical care and emergency department nursing staff who are required to take part in intra and inter hospital transfers.Two of the commonest ventilators used for transfer of patients are of the Oxylog and Pneupac series (Table 11.1). ... above) CPAP (310 model) 20 mL/cycle Frequency (8a40/min) Tidal volume (70a1300 mL) Manual ventilation for CPR Optional CPAP and PEEP ... L/min Tidal volume (50a2000 mL) Frequency (2a60/ min) A variety of mode options and flow and pressure variations via a menu 0.4a 1.0 PEEPanbsp;...
|Title||:||ABC of Transfer and Retrieval Medicine|
|Author||:||Adam Low, Jonathan Hulme|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2014-10-24|