Section 1: How to Approach Clinical Problems
Section 2: Clinical Cases--42 Case Scenarios
Early awareness of critical illness; Transfer of critically ill patient; Scoring systems and patient prognosis; Monitoring: hemodynamic and cardiovascular; Critical care imaging; Airway management, respiratory failure; Ventilator management; Respiratory weaning; Asthmatic exacerbation; Non-invasive Methods of ventilator support; Acute coronary syndromes; Cardiac arrthymias; Acute cardiac failure; Meningitis/encephalitis; Antibiotic use in ICU; Sepsis; Immunosuppressed patients; Acute GI bleeding; Acute liver failure; Acute renal failure; Acid base abnormalities part 1; Acid base abnormalities part 2; Fluid electrolyte abnormalities; Traumatic brain injury; Trauma-blunt; Trauma and burns; Altered mental status; Status epilepticus; Stroke; Multiorgan dysfunction; Hypertensive emergencies in obstetrics; ICU patients with obsetetrical issues; Poisoning; Pain control; Post surgical patient in ICU; Post-resuscitation management in ICU; Hemorrhage, coagulopathy; Ethics, do not resuscitate, organ donation; Vasoactive drugs, pharmacology; Nutrition
Section 3: Listing of Cases
Eugene C. Toy, MD is Assistant Dean for
Educational Programs, Professor and Vice Chair of Medical
Education, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, McGovern
Medical School at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at
Manuel Suarez, MD is Dean of Clinical Studies and Clinical Professor, Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, and Critical Care Medicine, Trinity School of Medicine.
Terrence H. Liu, MD is Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of California-San Francisco.