Autoriai: THOMAS A. RAFFIN, M.D. JOEL N. SHURKIN WHARTON SINKLER III, M.D.
Brūkšninis kodas: 4202165
Ieškoti VUB kataloge
An explanation of the functions and failures of all major organ systems in the body and what one can expect to happen when various systems fail a discussion of death, acknowledging that there is a point in everybody's life when
dying becomes a more natural process than living an understanding of the moral, ethical, legal, and economic problems that arise when medical science succeeds in keeping a person's body alive, but fails to restore that person to a reasonable quality of life But most important of all, the authors deal with these disturbing and controversial issues in an informative, candid, and very humane way. They offer the comfort and guidance we need when faced with lifeï¿½s most critical choices.
Intensive care 1
The heart 19
The lungs 37
The kidneys and the liver 55
The brain and the central nervous system 71
Saving lives: A program for recovery 89
Vital death 105
Ethics of life and death 123
Law and death 145
The economics of Intensive Care 173
When it happens to you 191