Handbook of Critical Care & Fluid Management

  • Handbook of Critical Care & Fluid Management
Author : Pawanindra Lal
ISBN: 9788184450491
Year: 2008
Pages: 168
Binding: PB
Publisher Name: Peepee
Price: Rs.100.00
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_x000D_ The Handbook on Critical Care and Fluid Management has been written with an objective of helping the clinician in the ward and aid resident or a duty doctor to manage a sick patient with ease and reasoning. There are nine chapters covering Critical Care, Fluid and Electrolytes Imbalance, Acid Based Disturbances and relevant topics like nutrition and blood transfusion. The text is mostly in the form of points with ample flow charts, schematic diagrams and tables to help for easy understanding. The book should also find use for MBBS students, MS, MD and DNB postgraduates and for doctors writing various PG entrance examinations in addition to MRCS/FRCS/ USMLE aspirants. The handbook covers topics of general importance for bedside management pertaining to any medical discipline. Pawanindra Lal, MBBS, MS, DNB, MNAMS, MNASC, FRCS (Ed), FRCS (Glasg), had a distinguished career in school and college and graduated from Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi. He completed his postgraduate training and residency in surgery from University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi and went abroad where he qualified to become a fellow of two prestigious Royal Colleges. Keenly interested in teaching, he joined as a faculty in Government Medical College, Chandigarh but was soon selected for a job at his alma mater, MAMC where he is presently a Professor of Surgery. He is an examiner for MBBS, BDS, MS (Gen Surgery) and DNB (Gen Surgery) as well as for MRCS (UK). He has nearly 50 original publications in prestigious National and International Journals and has presented more than 100 papers. He has also contributed a chapter in the 25th edition of Bailey and Love's Short Practice of Surgery in 2008.

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