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The publisher and the editor s disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Ideally, this approach should provide significant benefits to the critically ill patients. Nitric oxide as a mediator of hemodynamic disturbances in acute renal failure associated with sepsis. Addresses key topics with expanded coverage of acute kidney injury, stress biomarkers, and sepsis, including the latest developments on mechanisms and management. Page Count: Related Articles for " ". Hyper- and hypokalemia in critical patients Redaelli, Bruno et al.
May be it is easier to think about a team with interacting colleagues that can share decisions, accept others points of view and have a well-structured work plan for a complex medical problem. It is almost impossible for a single individual to possess all the knowledge and information necessary to provide optimal therapy [ 9 ].
A symphony cannot be played by one individual. It takes an orchestra to play it.
We can play different instruments but we need to be on the same key. The fine tuning of this team can be done by the case manager who will be identified among the different physicians of the CCN group. It should be easy and logical for all members of the team healthcare personnel to accept help and advice from others.
Joining the different points of view and the various elements of knowledge will help to multiply the understanding of the complex syndrome and will allow to minimize possibility of errors or oversights. In light of the recent recommendation of precision medicine [ 10 , 11 , 12 ,] a team may better allow targeting treatments specifically chosen for an individual to find the best fit for this specific patient.
This will also provide a global vision of the patient rather than an organ-specific interpretation of a syndrome.
Physicians should combine knowledge and expertise, be modest and collegial, be constructive and interdisciplinary in their approach to patient care [ 9 ]. AKI management is a continuum from detection to treatment, starts with an increase of susceptibility and might end with a complete failure of the organ because the approach of AKI does not often include continuous re-evaluation of treatment and need of RRT [ 6 , 13 ].
Early nephrology consultation for hospital-acquired AKI has been associated with reduced need for RRT, reduced mortality and reduced length of hospital stay [ 16 ]. Early identification of AKI may allow the application of protective measures and suitable management, geared to reduce progression and improve renal recovery [ 6 , 17 ].
AKI is a short-term event that can, however, have a sequel up to 3 months or even later late recovery [ 18 ]. In this view, we strongly advocate the inclusion of nephrology divisions into the critical care and emergency departments rather than in the department of medicine. The need for a nephrologist in the ICU as a permanent staff member could be justified because of the high incidence of AKI.
Nephrologists should make rounds in the ICU together with ICU physicians to avoid the development of emergency conditions that require urgent extracorporeal therapies [ 19 , 20 ]. The time of initiation of RRT can therefore be defined by every single patient need as suggested by precision medicine rather than being justified by conflicting randomized controlled trials [ 21 , 22 ].
Recently the ADQI consensus group proposed to uniform and harmonize the scientific language concerning RRTs in critically ill patients [ 23 , 24 , 25 ].
Standardization of terminology is also quintessential for the optimal utilization of big data files and electronic medical records in future pragmatic trials [ 10 ]. Clinicians must therefore take advantage of new technology to improve clinical care and patient outcome [ 6 , 26 ]. Previous efforts have been taken to make a consensus about the importance of working together as a team in the area of CCN.
Ideally, this approach should provide significant benefits to the critically ill patients. However, there is still a lot of room for further improvement in many clinical settings to achieve a real implementation of a multidisciplinary approach to AKI, preventive strategies, management options and all actions tailored to specific patient's need or specific disease condition [ 10 ].
Standard criteria and decision making algorithms necessary to encompass the variety of factors that can influence clinical outcomes can only be developed in a collegial environment. From our experience in Vicenza, the implementation of the nephrology rapid response team [ 27 ] is one of the most advanced applications of the concept of CCN philosophy. We hope that many other centers will implement the same project and will verify the utility of this multidisciplinary approach based on precision medicine.
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Forgot Password? Sign up for MyKarger Institutional Login. Internists, surgeons, critical care physicians and nephrologists all treat critically ill patients with renal failure and the multiple system organ dysfunction syndrome. A comprehensive review of the state of the art of this topic is definitely needed both in academic and clinical medicine, and Critical Care Nephrology fulfils this need.
It is a useful reference tool for both nephrologists and intensive care specialists and it is therefore no coincidence that the editors of the book are themselves specialists in these particular fields. The book addresses the following: The book is also devoted to all forms of acute renal failure with specific reference to intensive care patients.
The nature of the multiple organ dysfunction syndrome is discussed with special emphasis on the impact of different organs dysfunction and kidney failure.
Kidney function and acute renal failure in patients with kidney, liver and heart transplants is also considered, as well as acute illness occurring in chronic hemodialysis patients. Special emphasis is placed on therapeutic interventions and treatment procedures. Different forms of organ support are discussed including liver, lung and cardiac therapy.
Hieronder vallen onder ander problemen bij pasgeborenen en kinderen en de effecten van pulmonale problemen op de nierfunctie. De samenstellers van het boek, een nefroloog en een intensivist, zijn er uitstekend in geslaagd de raakvlakken van deze twee vakgebieden te bespreken. Elements of applied immunology for the intensive care unit and chronic uremia-related disorders. Fundamentals of biochemistry and energy metabolism in the normal subject and in the critically ill patient.
Pathophysiology of metabolic acid-base disturbances in patients with critical illness.
Pathophysiology and diagnosis of respiratory acid-base disturbances in patients with critical illness. Nutritional management of the critically ill patient with and without renal failure. Enteral and parenteral nutrition in patients undergoing continuous renal replacement therapies.
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Show all. Table of contents 49 chapters Table of contents 49 chapters Applied cardiovascular physiology Pinsky, Michael R. Pages Fundamentals of resuscitation Brady, John J.
Prediction of outcome in critically ill patients Clermont, Gilles et al. Rationale and application of physiologic monitoring Pinsky, Michael R.
Pharmacologic support of the hemodynamically unstable patient Mehta, Navdeep K. Fundamentals of applied probability and basic statistics Dikta, Gerhard Pages Applied physics of compressible and incompressible fluids Weber, Hans Joachim Pages Basic elements of applied microbiology in the intensive care unit Vas, Stephen I. Basic elements of applied pharmacology in the intensive care unit Flessner, Michael F.
Fundamentals of biochemistry and energy metabolism in the normal subject and in the critically ill patient Leverve, Xavier M. Epidemiology of acute renal failure in the intensive care unit Abbs, Ian C. Risk factors for acute renal failure in critically ill patients Kleinknecht, Dieter Pages