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Infectious Diseases in Critical Care Case-Based Approach

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ISBN: 9789354662133
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Divided into five sections and forty two chapters, the text begins with introduction to infectious diseases in critical care patients and ends with antibiotic stewardship.A unique guide to provide practical approach to gain knowledge and optimize decision-making skills during stressful situations in ICU.
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    The trainees in the field of critical care medicine face very grave and serious situations while treating Critically ill patients. The situations like delay in recognition of therapy, inappropriate antimicrobials lead to organ failures and increased length of stay in ICUs and hospitals. To negotiate these pitfalls on day to day basis, this textbook is an earnest attempt to overcome these problems. This text is therefore a compilation of wisdom of many experienced teachers in the field of critical care and infectious diseases

    Special Features

    1. • Authored by leading eminent infectious disease specialists, intensivists and microbiologists..
    2. • Unique guide to provide practical approach to gain knowledge and optimize decision-making skills during stressful situations in ICU.
    3. • Includes case-based approach of various infections which serves as a platform to guide the postgraduate trainees
    4. • Book is divided in 42 chapters which begins with introduction to infectious diseases in critical care patients and ends with antimicrobial stewardship

    The book is:

    • An essential resource for practitioners in the field of critical care medicine and infectious disease.

Additional Information
    Publisher CBS Publishers & Distributors
    Binding Paperback
    Size 6.75X9.5
    Year 2022
    Edition 1st Edition
    Pages 408
    Author Subhal Dixit | Kapil Zirpe | Atul P Kulkarni
    Subject Medical
    About the Author

    Subhal Dixit MD, FCCM, IDCCM, FICCM, FICP is currently Director, Department of Critical Care at Sanjeevan and MJM Hospital, Pune and practising critical care since 1998. He is the past President, ISCCM and past Chancellor, Indian College of Critical Care Medicine. Dr Dixit has a good academic experience and is a faculty in national and international critical care meetings. He has published many books such as Principles of Nutrition in Critical Care, NIV, MCQ in Critical Care, and has many publications and research articles in his name. He is Executive Council Member,APCCM Treasurer, Sepsis Forum of India.


    Kapil Zirpe MD, FCCM, FICCM, FSNCC is Director and Head, Neuro-Trauma Unit, Grand Medical Foundation, Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune, India. He is past President of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine, Council Member of the Asia-Pacific Association of Critical Care Medicine, President of the Association of Critical Care Societies in the SAARC Region (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) and Council Member of the Asia chapter of the Neurocritical Care Society. He is the Founding Secretary of the Sepsis Forum of India. He is the editor of 5 books, author of 21 chapters, 12 research articles, 40 publications and been invited to deliver more than 250 lectures.


    Atul P Kulkarni MD (Anesthesiology) is currently Professor and Head, Division of Critical Care, Department of Anesthesiology, Critical Care and Pain at the Tata Memorial Hospital, Homi Bhabha National Institute, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. He was General Secretary of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (2010–2014) before he took over as President of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (2015–2017) and the Chancellor, Indian College of Critical Care Medicine. He is also the past President of Association of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Critical Care Societies and Secretary General. Currently he is the Editor-in- Chief of the Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine.


    Khalid Ismail Khatib MD (Medicine) is currently Professor, Department of Medicine, Kashibai Navale Medical College, Pune. Dr Khatib has shown keen interest in research and has published 30 original articles in national and international journals and has participated as speaker in many national and international conferences.
    Parikshit Prayag MD, AMMS is a transplant infectious diseases consultant in Pune, Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital. Currently he is the only trained transplant infectious diseases specialist in India. He has various book chapters and publications in national and international journals. He has been a faculty at various national conferences.

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