Oxford Handbook Of Respiratory Medicine
|Author||Chapman, Et Al.|
Revised and updated for its fourth edition, the Oxford Handbook of Respiratory Medicine is the must-have resource for respiratory trainees, internal medical trainees and other junior doctors in acute and internal medicine, medical students, and all clinicians caring for patients with respiratory problems. Concise, practical, and designed for rapid access to essential information, this handbook will ensure you have everything you need for the ward, clinic, or in the run up to exams. All major respiratory diseases and symptoms are covered in practical, succinct chapters. This new edition includes the latest clinical guidelines from the British Thoracic Society and NICE, and covers key developments in the field. Additional detail has been added to more challenging topics such as sleep medicine, lung transplantation, and pulmonary disease in the immunocompromised patient, and there is a dedicated section on COVID-19. The handbook features unique sections on practical procedures and a symptoms section to aid in differential diagnosis and clinical management. Practical advice on management is integrated throughout and a dedicated section on respiratory emergencies ensures you can cope with any eventuality. This fourth edition will ensure you have all the information you need at your fingertips!
Table of Contents
1. Breathlessness 2. Chest pain 3. Chronic cough 4. Critically ill patient with respiratory disease 5. Diffuse alveolar haemorrhage 6. Diffuse lung disease 7. Haemoptysis 8. Pleural effusion 9. Post-operative breathlessness 10. Pregnancy and breathlessness 11. Preoperative assessment 12. Pulmonary disease in the immunocompromised-non-HIV 13. Pulmonary disease in the immunocompromised-HIV 14. Sleep and breathing 15. Unexplained ventilatory failure 16. Acute respiratory distress syndrome 17. Asbestos and the lung 18. Asthma 19. Bronchiectasis 20. Bronchiolitis 21. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 22. Connective tissue disease and the lung 23. Cor pulmonale 24. Cystic fibrosis 25. Drug and toxin-induced lung disease 26. Dysfunctional breathing 27. Eosinophilic lung disease 28. Extreme environments-flying, altitude, diving 29. Gastrointestinal disease and the lung 30. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis 31. Idiopathic interstitial pneumonias 32. Lung cancer 33. Mediastinal abnormalities 34. Paediatric lung disorders 35. Pleural effusion 36. Pneumoconioses 37. Pneumothorax 38. Pulmonary hypertension 39. Pulmonary thromboembolic disease 40. Rare lung diseases 41. Respiratory infection-bacterial 42. Respiratory infection-fungal 43. Respiratory infection-mycobacterial 44. Respiratory infection-parasitic 45. Respiratory infection-viral 46. Sarcoidosis 47. Sickle cell disease and the lung 48. Sleep apnoea and hypoventilation 49. Upper airway and tracheal disease 50. Vasculitis and the lung 51. Ethical considerations 52. Financial entitlements 53. Immunosuppressive drugs 54. Inhalers and nebulizers 55. Intensive care unit referral 56. Lung transplantation 57. Non-invasive ventilation 58. Oxygen therapy 59. Palliative care 60. Pulmonary rehabilitation 61. Smoking cessation 62. Airway management 63. Bronchoscopy 64. Chest drains 65. Cricothyroidotomy 66. Miscellaneous diagnostic tests 67. Pleural biopsy 68. Pleurodesis 69. Pleurodesis 70. Pneumothorax aspiration 71. Safe sedation 72. Thoracic ultrasound 73. Thoracoscopy 74. Tracheostomy