Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is the only scientific, peer-reviewed publication to focus exclusively on pediatric critical care medicine and critical care neonatology. This ground-breaking journal is written for the entire critical care team: pediatricians, neonatologists, respiratory therapists, nurses, and others who deal with pediatric and neonatal patients who are critically ill or injured. The journal is international in scope with editorial board members and contributors from around the world.
An individual subscription includes 12 print issues, full-text online access to all current and back issues.
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The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery® provides a specific focus on traumatic injuries, as well as a wide range of subjects within this field. Emphasizing clinical applications, techniques, and new developments in trauma care, each monthly issue presents practical information of immediate use to the physician caring for critically injured patients. The Journal's articles cover everything from the nature of injury to the effects of new drug therapies as well as recommendations for more effective surgical approaches.
Dedicated to the care of the ill or injured child, Pediatric Emergency Care® presents must-have, practical information dedicated specifically to pediatric and adolescent emergencies. Brought to you by pioneers in the field of pediatric emergency medicine, this invaluable resource addresses the most immediate acute care management problems, such as pediatric airway management, acute trauma, sharp object ingestion, toxicology, and much more.
Current Opinion in Critical Care delivers a broad-based perspective on the most recent and most exciting developments in critical care from across the world. Published bimonthly and featuring twelve key topics – including the respiratory system, neuroscience, trauma and infectious diseases – the journal’s renowned team of guest editors ensure a balanced, expert assessment of the recently published literature in each respective field with insightful editorials and on-the-mark invited reviews.
Quick lookup for the most essential info in critical care! Ideal for quick reference at the bedside, The Little ICU Book is a condensed, compact version of The ICU Book, Dr. Marino’s best-selling comprehensive intensive care reference.The Little ICU Book zeroes in on only the essentials for the hands-on care of critically ill adult patients. Its fast-access format makes it an indispensible resource for residents as well as busy critical care physicians.
Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing is dedicated to providing nurses with accurate, current, and relevant information and services to excel in critical care practice.
This timely journal provides in-depth articles for critical care nurses, CCRNs, nurse educators, managers, and clinical nurse specialists and focuses on the three major roles—or dimensions—of today's critical care nurse: practitioner, leader, and educator. The journal also publishes original nursing research. Each bimonthly issue offers these highly respected nurses a forum to exchange information with colleagues, review applications of current research, and discuss relevant legal and ethical issues.
This reader-friendly, broad-based resource empowers allergists and immunologists to put to good use vital clinical and research advances from throughout the world. The journal provides easy access to the very best thinking of the best minds in this dynamic, burgeoning field. Each bimonthly issue features distinguished guest editors who focus exclusively on two topics in their specialty. The journal delivers unvarnished, expert assessments of developments from the previous year—overviews found nowhere else. Insightful editorials and on-the-mark invited reviews bring readers up to speed on key subjects including mechanisms of disease, dermatology, rhinitis, and asthma.
Current Opinion in Allergy and Clinical Immunology is a highly regarded journal offering insightful editorials and on-the-mark invited reviews, and covering key subjects such as upper airway disease; food allergy; mechanisms of allergy and adult asthma; drug allergy; and immunotherapy.
Published bimonthly, each issue of Current Opinion in Allergy and Clinical Immunology introduces world renowned guest editors and internationally recognized academics within the allergy and clinical immunology field, delivering a widespread selection of expert assessments on the latest developments from the most recent literature.
An individual subscription includes 6 print issues, full-text online access to all current and back issues, as well access to Current Opinion in Allergy and Clinical Immunology for the iPad! ®.
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