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Prepared by attending physicians at Harvard Medical School, Pocket ICU, follows the style of Pocket Medicine, one of the best-selling references for medical students, interns, and residents. This pocket-sized loose-leaf resource can be used on the wards or in the operating room. Information is presented in a schematic, outline format, with diagrams and tables for quick, easy reference. Content coverage is brief but broad, encompassing all the subspecialty areas of critical care including adult and pediatric critical care, neuro-critical care, cardiac critical care, transplant, burn, and neonatal critical care.
Residents in almost all areas of medicine and surgery spend time in the ICU during their training, and formal fellowships exist for critical care in anesthesiology, surgery, pulmonary medicine, and internal medicine. Critical care is currently responsible for the most significant growth of hospital capacity in the US, and due to a shortage of CC specialists physicians without formal training are being asked to spend more time in the ICU. The critical care market also includes a large, thriving population of advanced practice nurses. Pocket ICU will be a new addition to the Pocket Notebook series. Like Sabatine, it will cover core clinical data that is often needed while on the wards or in the OR, presented in a telegraphic style, stripped of scientific background. It will present only information that you need to know in order to accomplish a clinical task, not necessarily inofrmation that