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Pulmonary and critical care specialists may find it insufficiently detailed for their needs, and respiratory therapists and nurses may want more practical information and evidence-based recommendations.
Each of the next 4 sections focuses on either respiratory diseases or diseases or syndromes associated with critical illness. There are 45 chapters, and they are consistent in organization and appearance, which makes the book easy to read and visually appealing.
Each chapter begins with an outline, making it easy to find specific information; however, the chapters do not include learning objectives.
The disease-focused chapters eg, those on asthma or deep venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism include sections on the epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and treatments.
Unfortunately, the treatment recommendations in many chapters eg, those on severe sepsis and septic shock, and pneumonia do not distinguish between evidence-based recommendations and those based on expert opinion. The illustrations are brightly colored, clear, and complement the text.
Each chapter concludes with a short list of relevant additional readings. One-hundred fourteen review and self-assessment questions and answers are included at the end of the text. The questions are well written, cover a broad range of pulmonary and critical care topics, and will be useful for readers who are studying for board exams. Parrillo and R.
Phillip Dellinger, make in-depth information easy to find. As a stand-alone resource, or in conjunction with Critical Care Medicine, it's the field's best self-assessment resource.
Uses a question and answer format to review all of the information needed to prepare for certification and recertification exams. Models the questions after the single-best-answer or matching questions used on exams.
Features questions written by a select group of writers experienced in writing board review questions. Provides detailed answers and rationales for each question.
Includes diagrams and tables not available elsewhere. Keys answers to specific pages in Critical Care Medicine: Principles of Diagnosis and Management in the Adult, 2nd Edition, making it easy to find more information. Organizes the content by organ system.