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    edited by Hozefa Ebrahim, Michael Clarke, Hussein Khambalia, Inslya Susnerwala, Richard Pierson, Anna Pierson, Natish Bindal.
    Summary: Written for anaesthesia trainees, this comprehensive text covers all the MCQ preparation required for both the Primary and Final FRCA exams. Broken down into five sections, there are 150 questions for each of the physics, pharmacology, anatomy, and physiology sections, and a fifth section of 400 questions covering clinical anaesthesia. The first four sections of 150 questions match the Primary exam and are laid out to follow its format. The fifth clinical section covers the entire clinical syllabus. The authors are educators in anaesthesia and surgery and their wealth of experience has been brought together in this text to benefit the next generation of anaesthetists. Covering the entire syllabus, with 1,000 expertly distributed questions, this is the most comprehensive text available for MCQ preparation for both parts of the FRCA.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2019
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    Dong-Woo Cho, Byoung Soo Kim, Jinah Jang, Ge Gao, Wonil Han, Narendra K. Singh.
    Summary: The volume offers a fundamental knowledge in modeling in vitro tissues/organs as an alternative to 2D cell culture and animal testing. Prior to engineering in vitro tissues/organs, the descriptions of prerequisites (from pre-processing to post-processing) in modeling in vitro tissues/organs are discussed. The most prevalent technologies that have been widely used for establishing the in vitro tissue/organ models are also described, including transwell, cell spheroids/sheets, organoids, and microfluidic-based chips. In particular, the authors focus on 3D bioprintingin vitro tissue/organ models using tissue-specific bioinks. Several representative bioprinting methods and conventional bioinks are introduced. As a bioink source, decellularized extracellular matrix (dECM) are importantly covered, including decellularization methods, evaluation methods for demonstrating successful decellularization, and material safety. Taken together, the authors delineate various application examples of 3D bioprintedin vitro tissue/organ models especially using dECM bioinks. This book may provide an introductory guide for modeling in vitro tissues/organs and for opening up agate for beginners including teachers and undergraduate/graduate students.-Provides strategic insight into the biofabrication of in vitro tissues and organs; -Introduces 3D cell-printing techniques and dECM-based bioinks; -Includes examples of 3D cell printed in vitro tissues/organs.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    Definition, necessity, and prerequisites for modeling 3D tissues and organs
    Prevalent technologies for in vitro tissue/organ biofabrication
    3D cell printing techniques
    Decellularized extracellular matrix-based bioinks
    Skin
    Blood vessels
    Liver
    Kidney
    Cardiac
    Airway
    Brain
    Muscle
    Conclusion and future perspective.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    Murat Guvendiren, editor.
    Summary: This book provides current and emerging developments in bioprinting with respect to bioprinting technologies, bioinks, applications, and regulatory pathways. Topics covered include 3D bioprinting technologies, materials such as bioinks and bioink design, applications of bioprinting complex tissues, tissue and disease models, vasculature, and musculoskeletal tissue. The final chapter is devoted to clinical applications of bioprinting, including the safety, ethical, and regulatory aspects. This book serves as a go-to reference on bioprinting and is ideal for students, researchers and professionals, including those in academia, government, the medical industry, and healthcare.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1
    3D Bioprinting Technologies
    Chapter 2
    Materials as Bioinks and Bioink Design
    Chapter 3
    Potential Clinical Applications of Three-Dimensional Bioprinting
    Chapter 4
    Bioprinting Vasculature
    Chapter 5
    3D bioprinting in clinical cardiovascular medicine
    Chapter 6
    Understanding Cancer Cell Behavior Through 3D Printed Bone Microenvironments
    Chapter 7
    Three-Dimensional Bioprinting: Safety, Ethical and Regulatory Considerations
    Index.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    Jean-Marc Retrouvey, Mohamed-Nur Abdallah, editors.
    Summary: This richly illustrated book is a wide-ranging guide to modern diagnostics and treatment planning in orthodontics, which are mandatory prior to the initiation of any type of comprehensive treatment. The importance of three-dimensional (3D) imaging techniques has been increasingly recognized owing to the shortcomings of conventional two-dimensional imaging in some patients, such as those requiring complex adult treatment and those with temporomandibular joint dysfunctions or sleep disturbances. In the first part of this book, readers will find clear description and illustration of the diagnostic role of the latest 3D imaging techniques, including cone beam computed tomography, intra-oral scanning, and magnetic resonance imaging. The second part explains in detail the application of 3D techniques in treatment planning for orthodontic and orthognathic surgery. Guidance is also provided on the use of image fusion software for the purposes of accurate diagnosis and precise design of the most appropriate biomechanical approach in patients with malocclusions.

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    Intro
    Introduction
    Contents
    Contributors
    Reviewers
    About the Editors
    Part I: Techniques Used in Orthodontic Diagnosis
    1: Evolution of the Orthodontic Diagnosis in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
    1.1 The Objectives of an Orthodontic Diagnosis
    1.2 Evolution of the Orthodontic Record Overtime
    1.2.1 Examination Form
    1.2.1.1 Dental Photographs
    1.2.1.2 Panoramic Radiographs
    1.2.1.3 Cephalometric Radiograph
    1.2.1.4 Orthodontic Study Models 1.3 The Rationale for 3D Digital Orthodontic Records: A More Accurate Method to Analyze the Craniofacial Complex
    1.3.1 Digital Photography
    1.3.1.1 Cone Beam Radiography
    Reformatted Panoramic and Cephalometric Radiographs
    3D Cephalometric Analysis
    1.3.1.2 Intraoral Scanner and Digital Model
    STL 3D Digital Orthodontic Models and Software Programs to Analyze the Dentition
    1.3.2 Integration of 3D Files: A Fusion of STL-DICOM
    1.4 Introduction of Data Mining, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning
    1.5 Conclusions
    References 2: Use of Dental Photography in Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
    2.1 Introduction
    2.2 Components of Digital Dental Photography Equipment
    2.2.1 Camera Body
    2.2.2 Lens
    2.2.3 Flash Unit
    2.2.3.1 Built-In and Pop-Up Camera Flash
    2.2.3.2 Ring Flash
    2.2.3.3 Dual Point Flash Bracket (With or Without Bouncers)
    2.2.4 Conclusions of the Rationale to Use DSLR Cameras, Macro Lenses, and External Flashes
    2.3 Dental Photography Techniques
    2.3.1 Extraoral Photography
    2.3.1.1 Most Common Camera Settings for Portraiture Photography Used in Orthodontics 2.3.2 Intraoral Photography
    2.3.3 The Application of Digital Photography in Orthodontics
    2.3.3.1 Smile Arc Analysis
    2.3.3.2 Digital Smile Design
    2.3.3.3 Enhancing the Smile with Photographic Analysis and 3D Simulations
    Cone Beam CT
    Intraoral Scanners
    Improved Patient Outcomes
    2.3.4 Guidelines for the Alignment of Teeth in 3D Design, Starting from 2D Design
    2.3.4.1 Guiding the Esthetic Plan Using Specialized Algorithms
    2.3.4.2 Facial Planning Through DSD Software
    2.3.4.3 Alignment of the Upper Anterior Teeth Without the Markers Provided by the Software 2.3.4.4 The Orthodontic Digital Alignment
    2.3.4.5 Planning Miniesthetics Using Digital Smile Design
    2.3.5 Converting 2D Images into 3D Digital Models
    2.3.5.1 Digital Guidance Using Transfer Software
    2.3.6 Monitoring Treatment Results Using DSD Connect/G Design
    2.4 Conclusions
    References
    3: 3D Radiographic Assessment of Dental Anomalies and Management
    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 Maxillary Impacted Canine
    3.2.1 Development and Eruption Pathway of Maxillary Canine
    3.2.2 Etiology of Maxillary Canine Impaction
    3.2.3 Palatal Versus Labial Impaction
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    edited by Georgios Tsoulfas, Petros I. Bangeas, Jasjit S. Suri.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2020
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    edited by Vasileios N. Papadopoulos, Vassilios Tsioukas, Jasjit S. Suri.
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    editors, Subhi J. Al'Aref, Bobak Mosadegh, Simon Dunham, James K. Min.
    Summary: "3D Printing Applications in Cardiovascular Medicine addresses the rapidly growing field of additive fabrication within the medical field, in particular, focusing on cardiovascular medicine. To date, 3D printing of hearts and vascular systems has been largely reserved to anatomic reconstruction with no additional functionalities. However, 3D printing allows for functional, physiologic and bio-engineering of products to enhance diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease. This book contains the state-of-the-art technologies and studies that demonstrate the utility of 3D printing for these purposes.Addresses the novel technology and cardiac and vascular application of 3D printingFeatures case studies and tips for applying 3D technology into clinical practice Includes an accompanying website that provides 3D examples from cardiovascular clinicians, imagers, computer science and engineering experts"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2018
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    editor, Nicole Wake.
    Contents:
    An abbreviated history of medical 3D printing / Andy Christensen
    Medical imaging technologies and imaging considerations for 3D printed anatomic models / Nicole Wake ; Jana Vincent ; Fraser Robb
    Image segmentation and nonuniformity correction methods / Jingyun Chen ; Louisa Bokacheva ; Henry Rusinek
    Computer-aided design principles for anatomic modeling / Sarah Rimini ; Jana Vincent ; Nicole Wake
    3D printing principles and technologies / Peter Liacouras ; Nicole Wake
    3D printed anatomic models and guides / Amy E. Alexander ; Nicole Wake
    Quality assurance of 3D printed anatomic models / Nicole Wake ; Benjamin Johnson ; Shuai Leng
    Documentation and reimbursement for 3D printed anatomic models and guides / Jane M. Matsumoto ; Kenneth C. Wang
    Regulatory perspectives for 3D printing in hospitals / Andy Christensen ; Nicole Wake
    3D printing in radiology education / Judah Burns ; Mohammad Mansouri ; Nicole Wake
    3D printing in interventional radiology / Kapil Wattamwar ; Nicole Wake
    3D printing in nuclear medicine and radiation therapy / Alejandro Amor-Coarasa ; Lee Goddard ; Pamela Du Pré ; Nicole Wake
    3D printing in forensic radiology / Jonathan Morris ; R. Ross Reichard ; Kiaran P. McGee
    3D printing imaging phantoms / Nicole Wake ; Carolotta Ianniello ; Ryan Brown ; Christopher M. Collins
    Considerations for starting a 3D printing lab in the department of radiology / Nicole Wake
    The future of medical 3D printing in radiology / Adam E. Jakus ; Yu-Hui Huang ; Nicole Wake.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2022
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    Carmine Zoccali, Pietro Ruggieri, Francesco Benazzo, editors.
    Summary: Filling a gap in the literature, this is the first book to comprehensively discuss 3D printing applied to bone surgery. It provides both the scientific basics and practical applications, with a special focus on 3D-printed, custom-made titanium prostheses (3DPCMP) used for bone reconstruction following tumor resection. Initially applied to pelvic and scapular prostheses – because of their of highly complex anatomy – this technology is increasingly being adopted in other fields of orthopedics, such as limb surgery, traumatology and degenerative diseases. Throughout the book, experts from various fields share their knowledge, describing 3D printing applied to the reconstruction of different bone segments, reviewing each application and comparing it with traditional reconstruction. They also present real-world case studies from their clinical practice. Uniquely responding to the growing interest surrounding 3D printing for bone reconstruction, this book is invaluable for orthopedic, neuro- , head and neck as well as maxillofacial surgeons wishing to gain insights into this new and promising field.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1) Indications: Didactical Use of 3D Printing, Surgical Didactical Use, Surgical Planning, Patient Information, Custom-Made Prosthesis, Spacer and Template, External Prosthesis, Cast
    Chapter 2) The Rationale of 3D Printing in Oncological Orthopaedics
    Chapter 3) The 3D Printing Production Procedure
    Chapter 4) The Engineer’s Point of View
    Chapter 5) 3D Pelvis/Hip Prosthesis
    Chapter 6) Custom Reconstruction Around the Knee
    Chapter 7) When the Bone Is Not Enough: The Role of Custom Made Implants in Cup Revision Surgery
    Chapter 8) 3D Scapula/Shoulder Prosthesis
    Chapter 9) 3D Vertebral Prosthesis
    Chapter 10) 3D Skull Prosthesis
    Chapter 11) 3D Facial Prosthesis
    Chapter 12) 3D Carpal (Hand) Prosthesis
    Chapter 13) 3D Tarsal (Foot) Prosthesis
    Chapter 14) The Composite Custom-Made Prosthesis
    Chapter 15) 3D-Printed Custom-Made Instruments
    Chapter 16) Future Developments of 3D Printing in Bone Surgery.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    Frank J. Rybicki, Gerald T. Grant, editors.
    Summary: This book describes the fundamentals of three-dimensional (3D) printing, addresses the practical aspects of establishing a 3D printing service in a medical facility, and explains the enormous potential value of rendering images as 3D printed models capable of providing tactile feedback and tangible information on both anatomic and pathologic states. Individual chapters also focus on selected areas of applications for 3D printing, including musculoskeletal, craniomaxillofacial, cardiovascular, and neurosurgery applications. Challenges and opportunities related to training, materials and equipment, and guidelines are addressed, and the overall costs of a 3D printing lab and the balancing of these costs against clinical benefits are discussed. Radiologists, surgeons, and other physicians will find this book to be a rich source of information on the practicalities and expanding medical applications of 3D printing.

    Contents:
    Introduction.- 3D printing technologies
    Post-processing of DICOM images
    Establishing a 3D Service in your medical facility.- The 3D printing lab in a radiology practice
    Training and education of a 3D medical printing technologist
    Cranio-Maxillofacial 3D printing
    3D printing in Neurosurgery and Neurointervention.- Cardiovascular 3D printing.- Musculoskeletal 3D printing.- Virtual Surgical applications.- Design and Fabrication of Customized Patient Devices.- 3D printing in Radiation Oncology.- FDA interests in the 3D printing of medical models and devices.- Bioprinting.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    Frank J. Rybicki, editor.
    Summary: This book describes how "makers" with no medical experience became and remain clinically important because they utilized 3D printing to produce supplies for healthcare, including medical and non-medical devices, and to improve the quality of life for patients with COVID-19 and those who care for them. It shows how 3D printing became vital during the pandemic due to its broad availability and the inherently digital nature of the work that enables thriving digital exchanges and work in isolation. Subsequent chapters highlight some of the "maker" communities' efforts that made a difference in their part of North America. Each contribution describes the unique experiences, challenges, and successes. While this book is written and edited mostly from a medical perspective, additional input from medical engineers, administrators, attorneys, and public safety officials enables a broad perspective to highlight some of the ingenuity from the North American 3D printing community who responded to the initial case volumes of COVID-19.

    Contents:
    Literature and Media Based Review of Personal Protective Equipment 3D Printing Efforts during COVID-19
    3D Printing and other Manufacturing during COVID-19: Success Stories and Lessons Learned by Makers at the University of Cincinnati
    The role of National Institutes of Health (NIH) 3D Print Exchange in supporting leadership and collaboration for frontline 3D printed personal protective equipment (PPE) efforts
    Crisis Response 3D Printing: Developing and Producing a 3D-Printed Nasopharyngeal Swab for COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing
    Rapid 3D Printing Response for Respiratory Support Apparatus Needs: Ventilators, Connectors, and Other Respiratory Support Devices
    Practical Frontline 3D Printing in COVID Response at the Intensive Care Unit: Laryngoscopes and Beyond
    Production of Protective Face Shields in Cincinnati, Ohio USA from the 1819 Innovation Hub at the University of Cincinnati
    3D printing of Face Shields and Ear Tension relief devices during COVID-19 at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine
    3D Printing in New York City during the Height of COVID-19: How One Hospital-Based 3D Printing Lab Quickly Pivoted to Create Personal Protective Equipment for Front Line Workers
    3D Printing of Open Source Respirators ( Including N95 Respirators), Surgical Masks and Community Mask Designs to Address COVID-19 Shortages
    Sterilization 3D Printed Parts used as Medical Devices and in the COVID-19 Pandemic
    3D Printing of Non-medical Devices during the COVID-19 pandemic
    The Next Pandemic and Resilience through Strategic Manufacturing Reserves: Applying the Lessons of COVID-19 in Medical 3D Printing and other Manufacturing.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Lobat Tayebi, Reza Masaeli, Kavosh Zandsalimi.
    Summary: This book is a comprehensive guide to 3D printing and 3D bioprinting methods and their application in oral and maxillofacial surgeries. Among the 3D printing methods considered are fused deposition modeling, selective laser sintering, photopolymer jetting, powder binder printing, and stereolithography, while the coverage of 3D bioprinting encompasses inkjet, microextrusion, and laser techniques. In each case, the relevance of the technique to oral and maxillofacial surgery is explained. In addition, the available inks and bioinks for 3D printing are reviewed. The roles of soft and hard tissue printing in oral and maxillofacial tissue engineering and the use of 3D printing in multi- and interfacial tissue engineering are then examined in depth. The particular value of 3D printing in the treatment of critically sized defects is discussed separately. Finally, up-to-date information is provided on guided tissue/bone regeneration using 3D printing. The book will be of interest to both oral and maxillofacial surgeons and biomedical engineers.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1) Introduction to 3D-printing in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
    Chapter 2) 3D-Printing Methods Applicable in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
    Chapter 3) 3D-Bioprinting in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
    Chapter 4) 3D-Printed Medical Modeling for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeries
    Chapter 5) Application of 3D-Printing in Production of Dental Instruments
    Chapter 6) 3D-Printing in Treatment of Soft, Hard, and Critical-Sized Oral and Maxillofacial Tissue Defects
    Chapter 7) Application of 3D-Printing in Reconstruction of Oral and Maxillofacial Multi- and Interfacial Tissue Defects.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Prabhat Kumar Chaudhari, Dinesh Bhatia, Jitendra Sharan, editors.
    Summary: This book on 3D printing in oral health science aims to equip the reader with a sound understanding of contemporary clinical applications in all fields of dentistry and their future directions. In the last few years, the development of 3D printing for medical and dental applications has increased tremendously. Advancements in 3D printing create the possibility of customized products, savings on small-scale productions, ease of sharing and processing of patient image data, and educational up-gradation. Looking at the dental specialties, it is evident that 3D printing has applications in all aspects of oral health science including prosthodontics, oral surgery, periodontics, endodontics, and orthodontics. This book will cover all major fields in dentistry and will help the practitioner in the process of decision-making and apply concepts in clinical or laboratory practice. It is based on current scientific evidence to provide readers with an up-to-date contemporary understanding of the subject, both from the clinical and the technological side. The book is a valuable asset for all who specialize in 3D printing and for those interested in learning more about this field.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1) An Introduction to 3D Printing in Oral Health Science
    Chapter 2) Principles and Applications of Various 3D Scanning Methods for Image Acquisition for 3D Printing Applications in Oral Health Science
    Chapter 3) Commonly Used 3D Printing Technologies in Oral Health Science
    Chapter 4) An Overview of 3D Printable Materials for Dental and Craniofacial Applications
    Chapter 5) Fundamentals of Computer Aided Design (CAD) in Dental Healthcare: From Basics to Beyond
    Chapter 6) 3D Printing and Its Applications in Maxillofacial Surgery
    Chapter 7) Applications of 3D Printing in Periodontal Tissue Regeneration
    Chapter 8) Contemporary Applications of 3D Printing in Prosthodontics
    Chapter 9) 3D Printed Surgical Positioning Rib Graft Jig in Combined Orthodontic Surgical Management of Pruzansky/Kaban Type IIB and Type III Hemifacial Microsomia
    Chapter 10) Bioprinting Applications in Craniofacial Regeneration
    Chapter 11) 3D-Printed Metal Implants for Maxillofacial Restorations
    Chapter 12) 3D Printing in Endodontics
    Chapter 13) 3D Printing: Limitations, Safety and Regulatory Considerations for Oral Health Science
    Chapter 14) Future of 3D Printing in Oral Health Sciences.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    Abdul W. Basit, Simon Gaisford, editors.
    Summary: 3D printing is forecast to revolutionise the pharmaceutical sector, changing the face of medicine development, manufacture and use. Potential applications range from pre-clinical drug development and dosage form design through to the fabrication of functionalised implants and regenerative medicine. Within clinical pharmacy practice, printing technologies may finally lead to the concept of personalised medicines becoming a reality. This volume aims to be the definitive resource for anyone thinking of developing or using 3D printing technologies in the pharmaceutical sector, with a strong focus on the translation of printing technologies to a clinical setting. This text brings together leading experts to provide extensive information on an array of 3D printing techniques, reviewing the current printing technologies in the pharmaceutical manufacturing supply chain, in particular, highlighting the state-of-the-art applications in medicine and discussing modern drug product manufacture from a regulatory perspective. This book is a highly valuable resource for a range of demographics, including academic researchers and the pharmaceutical industry, providing a comprehensive inventory detailing the current and future applications of 3D printing in pharmaceuticals. Professor Abdul Basit is a Professor of Pharmaceutics at the UCL School of Pharmacy, University College London. Abdul's research sits at the interface between pharmaceutical science and gastroenterology, forging links between basic science and clinical outcomes. His research has been translated into the design of new technologies and improved disease treatments, many of which have been commercialised. Abdul is also a serial entrepreneur and has filed multiple patents, is the recepient of several research awards and has founded 3 companies (Kuecept, Intract Pharma, FabRx). He further serves as a consultant to many pharmaceutical organisations and is on the advisory boards of scientific journals, healthcare and charitable bodies. Professor Simon Gaisford holds a Chair in Pharmaceutics and is Head of the Department of Pharmaceutics at the UCL School of Pharmacy, University College London. He has published 110 papers, 8 book chapters, 4 authored books and is the recipient of multiple research awards. His research is focused on novel technologies for manufacturing medicines, particularly using ink-jet printing and 3D printing, translating his expertise by co-founding FabRx. Simon is also an expert in the physicochemical characterisation of compounds and formulations with thermal methods and calorimetry.

    Contents:
    Intro; Preface; Contents; Contributors; About the Editors;
    Chapter 1: The Shape ofThings toCome: Emerging Applications of3D Printing inHealthcare; 1 3D Printing: TheNext Industrial Revolution; 1.1 3D Printing inMedicine: AnOverview; 2 Personalised Medicines; 2.1 Dose Personalisation; 2.2 Multi-drug Combinations; 2.3 Tailored Release Profiles; 2.4 Improved Patient Acceptability; 2.5 On-demand Printing; 3 Early Phase Drug Development; 3.1 Pre-clinical Studies andFIH Trials; 3.2 Motivations forUsing 3DP inEarly Phase Drug Development; 3.2.1 Dose Flexibility; 3.3 Immediate Manufacture 3.4 Reduced Resource Investment3.5 Unique Characteristics; 4 Conclusion; References;
    Chapter 2: 3D Printing Technologies, Implementation andRegulation: AnOverview; 1 Introduction; 2 Classification of3D Printing Technologies; 2.1 Industrial Applications of3D Printing; 2.2 3D Printing Software; 2.3 Binder JetPrinting; 2.4 Vat Polymerisation; 2.4.1 Stereolithography; 2.5 Powder Bed Fusion; 2.5.1 Selective Laser Sintering; 2.6 Material Extrusion; 2.6.1 Fused Deposition Modelling; 2.6.2 Semisolid Extrusion; 2.6.3 Bioprinting; 2.7 Directed Energy Deposition; 2.8 Sheet Lamination 3 3D Printing Implementation inHealthcare3.1 Rapid Administration andImproved Medicine Access; 3.2 3D Printing andWearable Diagnostics; 3.3 Challenges to3D Printing Implementation; 4 Regulatory Requirements; 4.1 Regulatory Considerations of3D Printing inPharmaceutics; 5 Conclusion; References;
    Chapter 3: Binder Jet Printing inPharmaceutical Manufacturing; 1 Introduction; 2 Binder Jet Methodology; 3 Pharmaceutical Applications ofBinder Jet Printing; 3.1 Controlled-Release Formulations; 3.2 Rapidly Dissolving Tablets; 3.3 Spritam®: TheFirst FDA Approved 3D printed Product 4 Benefits andDrawbacks5 Conclusion; References;
    Chapter 4: The History, Developments andOpportunitiesofStereolithography; 1 Introduction; 1.1 History ofstereolithography; 2 Stereolithography; 2.1 The Stereolithographic 3DP Process; 2.2 Photopolymerisation; 2.2.1 Light Sources; 2.2.2 Photoinitiators; 3 Materials andBiomedical uses ofSterolithography; 3.1 Biocompatibility; 4 Conclusion; References;
    Chapter 5: Powder Bed Fusion: TheWorking Process, Current Applications andOpportunities; 1 Historical Development; 2 The Working Process; 2.1 Printing Parameters 2.1.1 Powder Bed Temperature2.1.2 Types ofLasers; 2.1.3 Particle Size andShape; 2.1.4 Layer Thickness; 2.1.5 Additional Parameters; 3 Classification; 3.1 Solid-State Sintering; 3.2 Liquid-Phase Sintering; 3.3 Partial Melting; 3.4 Liquid-State Melting; 4 Materials inPBF; 4.1 Thermoplastic Polymers; 4.2 Metals; 4.3 Ceramics; 5 Industrial Applications ofPBF; 5.1 Medical Applications ofPBF; 5.2 Metallic Devices; 5.3 Tissue Engineering; 5.4 PBF inPharmaceutics; 6 Conclusion; References;
    Chapter 6: Fused Deposition Modelling: Advances inEngineering andMedicine; 1 Introduction
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    editors, Giuseppe Di Giovanni, Philippe De Deurwaerdere.
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    Luc Maroteaux, Laurent Monassier, editors.
    Summary: This contributed volume provides a comprehensive assessment of the roles played by 5-HT2B receptors in humans. These receptors have been shown to play an important role is the cardiac, intestinal, and central nervous systems as well as in bone marrow formation and growth. In this book, expert researchers present their findings on molecular and physiological/pathological aspects of 5-HT2B receptors. The molecular section includes a discussion of the genetics of 5-HT2B receptors and impulse control. The physiological section covers their role in many biological systems including the nervous system, the heart, and the lungs.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Domino, Frank J.
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    editors, Frank J. Frassica MD, Paul D. Sponseller MD, MBA, John H. Wilckens MD.
    Digital Access Ovid 2020
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    editor, Michael D. Cabana.
    Summary: Find answers fast with The 5-Minute Pediatric Consult, you go to resouce for the effective medical care of infants, children and adolescents. Using the proven 5-Minute format, it provides rapid access to information on diagnosis, treatment, medications, follow up and associated factors for more than 500 diseases and conditions. The 5-Minute Pediatric Consult is designed to help you make quick, accurate decisions every day helping you save time and offer every patient the best possible care.
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    editor-in-chief, Leonard G. Gomella, MD, FACS, The Bernard W. Goodwin Professor of Prostate Cancer, Chairman, Department of Urology, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Associate Director, Jefferson Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, Clinical Director, Jefferson Sidney Kimmel Cancer Network, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ; associate editors, Gerald Andriole, MD, FACS, [and six others].
    Contents:
    Section I. Urologic diseases and conditions
    Section II. Short topics: A to Z
    Section III. Algorithms
    Section IV. Urinalyasis and urine studies
    Section V. Alternative and complementary urologic therapies
    Section VI. Urologic drug reference
    Section VII. Reference tables.
    Digital Access Ovid 2015
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    editors, Jessica R. Allegretti, Zain Kassam.
    Summary: "A practical handbook for physicians, nurses, physician assistants, students, residents, and fellows, The 6 Ds of Fecal Microbiota Transplantation provides a clinical framework to understand and administer FMT as safely and effectively as possible. FMT has emerged as a promising treatment for Clostridioides difficile infection (CDI) and other clinical conditions linked to the microbiome. However, there is a need for educational resources for clinicians. This guide provides practical tools, clinical pearls, and answers to frequently asked questions on the treatment, as well as outlines a step-by-step checklist for administering FMT: Decision: Who is the right patient to receive FMT? Donor: How do you select and screen a donor for FMT? Discussion: What are the risks, benefits, and alternatives that need to be discussed with patients? Delivery: What is the best delivery method for FMT? Discharge and follow-up: What is the ideal post-FMT care? Discovery: What are the most promising emerging clinical applications for FMT?"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Intro to the 6 Ds / Jessica R. Allegretti and Zain Kassam
    Microbiome 101 / Suzanne Devkota
    The History of Fecal Microbiota Transplantation / Joann Kwah and Lawrence J. Brandt
    Decision : Which Patients With Clostridioides difficile Infection Are Appropriate for Fecal Microbiota Transplantation? / Abbas Rupawala and Colleen R. Kelly
    Decision : Considerations for Use of Fecal Microbiota Transplantation in Special Patient Populations / Rohma Ghani and Benjamin H. Mullish
    Donor : How Do You Select and Screen Candidate Donors for Fecal Microbiota Transplantation? / Shrish Budree
    Discussion : How Do You Discuss the Risks and Benefits of Fecal Microbiota Transplantation? / Majdi Osman and Pratik Panchal
    Delivery : How Do You Select the Most Appropriate Delivery Modality for Fecal Microbiota Transplantation? / Paul Feuerstadt and Neil Stollman
    Discharge : How Should You Follow and Care for Patients After Fecal Microbiota Transplantation? / Lauren Tal Grinspan and Ari M. Grinspan
    Discovery : Emerging Indications / Jessica R. Allegretti and Zain Kassam
    Fecal Microbiota Transplantation : Frequently Asked Questions / Zain Kassam and Jessica R. Allegretti.
    Digital Access Ovid 2021
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    Zang-Hee Cho, editor.
    Summary: The inaugural publication of the 7.0 Tesla MRI Brain Atlas: In-vivo Atlas with Cryomacrotome Correlation in 2010 provided readers with a spectacular source of ultra-high resolution images revealing a wealth of details of the brainstem and midbrain structures. This second edition contributes additional knowledge gained as a result of technologic advances and recent research. To facilitate identification and comparison of brain structures and anatomy, a detailed coordination matrix is featured in each image. Updated axial, sagittal, and coronal images are also included. This state-of-the-art and user-friendly reference will provide researchers and clinicians with important new perspectives.

    Contents:
    Foreword
    Preface
    Preface of the 2nd Edition
    Introduction
    1. Reference of Brain Image Setting
    2. Orientation of Brain Images
    I. Orientation of the image sections and planes
    II. Standard of the sectional brain image planes and sizes
    III. Adjustment of MRI brain to the reference brain
    IV. Terminology & Labeling
    V. Data collection system for clinicopathologic brain mapping
    VI. Figures (Figs. 1, 2, 3)
    3. Sources of Brain Images
    I. In vivo Images using 7.0T MRI
    II. Cadaver Images by Cryomacrotome
    III. Image reconstruction and volume rendering
    4. 3D Images by Volume Rendering
    I. Coronal, Sagittal and Axial Cuts- Cadaver (Fig. 4)
    II. Coronal, Sagittal and Axial Cuts- MRI (Fig. 5)
    III. Sulcus and Gyrus- MRI (Fig. 6)
    IV.Brodmann areas-MRI (Fig. 7)
    Acknowledgements
    Chapter I. Coronal Images of Cadaver & Human Brain of 7.0T MRI In Vivo
    Chapter II. Sagittal Images of Cadaver & Human Brain of 7.0T MRI In Vivo
    Chapter III. Axial Images of Cadaver & Human Brain of 7.0T MRI In Vivo
    References
    Abbreviations
    Index.
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    Zang-Hee Cho, editor ; Fernando Calamante, Je-Geun Chi, co-editors.
    Summary: The introduction of techniques that permit visualization of the human nervous system is one of the foremost advances in neuroscience and brain-related research. Among the most recent significant developments in this respect are ultra-high field MRI and the image post-processing technique known as track density imaging (TDI). It is these techniques (including super-resolution TDI) which represent the two major components of 7.0 Tesla MRI ? Brain White Matter Atlas. This second edition of the atlas has been revised and updated to fully reflect current application of these technological advancements in order to visualize the nervous system and the brain with the finest resolution and sensitivity. Exquisitely detailed color images offer neuroscientists, neurologists, and neurosurgeons a superb resource that will be of value both for the purpose of research and for the treatment of common brain diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and multiple sclerosis.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    1. MR Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) and Track-Density Imaging (TDI)
    a. MR Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) and Super-Resolution Track-Density Imaging (TDI)
    b. Track-Density Imaging (TDI) ? Examples of DTI and TDI-1
    2. Views, Directions, and Orientations of Brain Images
    a. Views and Directions of the Brain Image
    b. Definition of the Central Intercommissural Line
    c. Volume Rendered 3D Images
    Acknowledgments
    PART 1. Coronal Images of Tractography and Corresponding In-Vivo 7.0-T MRI Anatomy
    PART 2. Sagittal Images of Tractography and Corresponding In-Vivo 7.0-T MRI Anatomy
    PART 3. Axial Images of Tractography and Corresponding In-Vivo 7.0-T MRI Anatomy.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    Ferdinand K. Hui, Alejandro M. Spiotta, Michael J. Alexander, Ricardo A. Hanel, Blaise William Baxter.
    Summary: This comprehensive, case-based resource provides the state-of-the-art knowledge that can help readers improve access and optimize delivery of stroke thrombectomy. Improving access to stroke is of particular importance because patients often misinterpret their symptoms or cannot speak for themselves if they have aphasia. More importantly, access needs to be organized because stroke therapies are all extremely time-sensitive. Scalable, choreographed protocols are necessary for emergency medical systems to 'capture' stroke patients and automatically transport and triage to time-sensitive treatments. Many of the chapters in the first section on Fundamentals and Systems provide valuable insight in improving access to stroke care. Replete with illustrative case studies and emphasizing that treatment approaches to stroke should not be comprised of a one-size-fits-all approach, this illuminating title provides the complete thought, detail, insight and organization that will help readers meet the needs of stroke patients with large vessel occlusions. 12 Strokes: A Case-based Guide to Acute Ischemic Stroke Management examines the primary technical principles that underlie the current thrombectomy approaches. Instead of continuing the conceptual dichotomy of stent vs. aspiration, many of the chapters look at underlying principles and then discuss ways in which the currently available devices and approaches can best exploit them. The variety, creativity and detail in many of these chapters will help the reader develop a deeper understanding that might assist their ability to successfully take care of their next patient that 'doesn't follow the textbook.' In addition, the anatomic and pathophysiologic classification of the core Twelve Chapters will help readers organize their thinking and approach. This knowledge, particularly because it is organized based on common, challenging syndromes, will arm the reader to quickly recognize patterns and deftly adapt their management approaches to the needs of the patient. An invaluable contribution to the clinical literature, 12 Strokes: A Case-based Guide to Acute Ischemic Stroke Management will be of great interest to not only neurosurgeons and neurologists but other specialists, primary care providers, and trainees as well.
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    Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
    Contents:
    Symposium participants
    Foreword
    Gene control. Imaging transcription: past, present and future / Robert A. Coleman, Zhe Liu, Xavier Darzacq, Robert Tijan, Robert H. Singer, and Timothée Lionnet
    Visualizing the HoxD gene cluster at the nanoscale level / Pierre J. Fabre, Alexander Benke, Suliana Manley, and Denis Duboule
    Transcriptional enhancers: bridging the genome and phenome / Bing Ren and Feng Yue
    Regulatory principles governing tissue specificity of developmental enhancers / Emma K. Farley, Katrina M. Olson, and Michael S. Levine
    The importance of controlling transcription elongation at coding and noncoding RNA loci / Benjamin S. Scruggs and Karen Adelman
    Chromatin domains and nuclear position. Regulatory domains and their mechanisms / Nezha S. Benabdallah and Wendy A. Bickmore
    Large-scale chromatin structure-function relationships during the cell cycle and development: insights from replication timing / Vishnu Dileep, Juan Carlos Rivera-Mulia, Jiao Sima, and David M. Gilbert
    Prenucleosomes and active chromatin / Mai T. Khuong, Jia Fei, Haruhiko Ishii, and James T. Kadonaga
    HIPMap: a high-throughput imaging method for mapping spatial gene positions / Sigal Schachar, Gianluca, Pegoraro, and Tom Misteli
    Genome organization and chromosome architecture / Giorgio Bernardi
    Genome stability. A system to study aneuploidy in vivo / Sarah J. Pfau and Angelika Amon
    Resolution of recombination intermediates: mechanisms and regulation / Stephen C. West, Miguel G. Blanco, Ying Wait Chan, Joao Matos, Shriparna Sarbajna, and Haley D.M. Wyatt
    21st century genetics: mass spectrometry of yeast telomerase / Kah Wai Lin and Virginia A. Zakian
    From mutational mechanisms in single cells to mutational patterns in cancer genomes / Cheng-Zhong Zhang and David Pellman
    The evolution of tumors in mice and humans with germline p53 mutations / Arnold J. Levine, Chang S. Chan, Crissy Dudgeon, Anna Puzio-Kuter, and Pierre Hainaut
    Germ cells and early development. Mechanism and reconstitution in vitro of germ cell development in mammals / Kazuki Kurimoto and Mitinori Saitou
    Erase-maintain-establish: natural reprogramming of the mammalian epigenome / Milena Leseva, Barbara B. Knowles, Daniel M. Messerschmidt, and Davor Solter
    Regulation of reprogramming and cellular plasticity through histone exchange and histone variant incorporation / Xavier Gaume and Maria-Elena Torres-Padilla
    ZFP57 and the targeted maintenance of postfertilization genomic imprints / Nozomi Takahashi, Dionne Gray, Ruslan Strogantsev, Angela Noon, Celia Delahaye, William C. Skarnes, Peri H. Tate, and Anne C. Ferguson-Smith
    Embryonic stem cells and development. Biological networks governing the acquisition, maintenance and dissolution of pluripotency: insights from functional genomics approaches / Kevin Andrew Uy Gonzales and Huck-Hui Ng
    Monitoring dynamics of DNA methylation at single-cell resolution during development and disease / Yonatan Stelzer and Rudolf Jaenisch
    Perturbing chromatin structure to understand mechanisms of gene expression / Caroline R. Bartman and Gerd A. Blobel
    Mechanisms underlying the selection and function of macrophage-specific enhancers / Verena M. Link, David Gosselin, and Christopher K. Glass
    Metabolism and signaling. Clock-talk: interactions between central and peripheral circadian oscillators in mammals / Ueli Schibler, Ivana Gotic, Camille Saini, Pascal Gos, Thomas Curie, Yann Emmenegger, Flore Sinturel, Pauline Gosselin, Alan Gerber, Fabienne Fleury-Olela, Gianpaolo Rando, Maud Demarque, and Paul Franken
    Dissecting the rev-erba cistrome and the mechanisms controlling circadian transcription in liver / Bin Fang and Mitchell A. Lazar
    Modulating the genomic programming of adipocytes / Anne Loft, Søren Fisker Schmidt, and Susanne Mandrup
    Targeting transcriptional and epigenetic reprogramming in stromal cells in fibrosis and cancer / Nasun Hah, Mara H. Sherman, Ruth T. Yu, Michael Downes, and Ronald M. Evans
    Regulation of RORyt in inflammatory lymphoid cell differentiation / Wendy Huang and Dan R. Littman
    Evolution. How transcription networks evolve and produce biological novelty / Isabel Nocedal and Alexander D. Johnson
    The African turquoise killifish: a model for exploring vertebrate aging and diseases in the fast lane / Itamar Harel and Anne Brunet
    Transposable elements, polydactyl proteins, and the genesis of human-specific transcription networks / Didier Trono
    Dorcas Cummings lecture. Svante Pääbo
    Conversations at the symposium. Geneviève Almouzni
    Angelika Amon
    Julius Brennecke
    Emmanuelle Charpentier
    Job Dekker
    Titia de Lange
    Jennifer Doudna
    Denis Duboule
    Ron Evans
    Anne Ferguson-Smith
    Edith Heard
    David Kingsley
    Arnold Levine
    Susan Lindquist
    Dan Littman
    Richard Morimoto
    David Page
    Wolf Reik
    Bing Ren
    Ueli Schibler
    Davor Solter
    Alexander Tarakhovsky
    Joanna Wysocka
    Rick Young
    Author index
    Subject index.
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    Ulrich Spandau, Mitrofanis Pavlidis.
    Contents:
    27G: Development of 27G
    Differences between 27G and 25G /23G
    Disadvantages
    Advantages. Tools for 27G: Devices
    Instruments
    Future Developments / Needs. Techniques for 27G: Endoillumination
    Usage of Vitreous Cutter
    Posterior Hyaloid Detachment
    Membrane Peeling
    Delamination of Diabetic Membranes
    PVR Treatment
    Hemostasis and Marking of Retinal Tears
    Laser Treatment
    Fluid Air Exchange. Surgical Indications: Non Combined Vitrectomy
    Combined Phaco Vitrectomy
    MICVIT (Microincisional Cataract / Vitrectomy)
    Vitrectomy for Floaters
    Macular Pucker
    Macular Hole
    Vitreomacular Traction
    Dropped Nucleous
    Combined 27G PPV + Secondary IOL implantation
    Retinal Detachement
    Diabetic Retinopathy
    Silicone Oil Tamponade
    Silicone Oil Extraction
    Pediatric Vitrectomy
    Vitrectomy for Long Eyes
    Hybrid Procedures.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    editors: R. Bellomo, J.A. Kellum, G. La Manna, C. Ronco.
    Contents:
    Evolution of technology for continuous renal replacement therapy : forty years of improvement / Ronco, C.
    Evolution of vascular access and anticoagulation / Honore, P.M.; Spapen, H.D.
    Indications and timing of continuous renal replacement therapy application / Bagshaw, S.M.; Wald, R.
    Prescription and delivery of the right continuous renal replacement therapies dose / Villa, G.; Neri, M.; Ronco, C.; Cerdá, J.
    Techniques and modalities of continuous renal replacement therapy / Ostermann, M.
    Fluid management on continuous renal replacement therapy / Murugan, R.; Kellum, J.A.
    Membranes and sorbents / Clark, W.R.; Gao, D.; Lorenzin, A.; Ronco, C.
    Advances in machine technology / Clark, W.R.; Villa, G.; Neri, M.; Ronco, C.
    Extra-renal indications for continuous renal replacement therapy / Vaara, S.T.; Bellomo, R.
    Technical complications of continuous renal replacement therapy / Ricci, Z.; Romagnoli, S.
    Clinical complications of continuous renal replacement therapy / Sigwalt, F.; Bouteleux, A.; Dambricourt, F.; Asselborn, T.; Moriceau, F.; Rimmel, T.
    Discontinuation of continuous renal replacement therapy and dialysis dependence / Romero-González, G.; Lorenzin, A.; Neri, M.; Ferrari, F.; Molano-Triviño, A.; Brendolan, A.; Ronco, C.
    Ensuring quality of care through monitoring of continuous renal replacement therapies / Rosner, M.H.
    Continuous renal replacement therapy quality control and performance measures / Shen, B.; Xu, J.; Wang, Y.; Jiang, W.; Teng, J.; Ding, X.
    Pediatric continuous renal replacement therapy for "40 years of continuous renal replacement therapy" / Goldstein, S.L.
    From continuous renal replacement therapies to multiple organ support therapy / Ricci, Z.; Romagnoli, S.; Ronco, C.; La Manna, G.
    Digital Access Karger 2018
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    edited by Dennis S. Chi, Nisha Lakhi, Nicoletta Colombo.
    Summary: Highlighting over 50 hot topics where controversy exist in management of patients with gynecologic malignancy, this book presents expertly argued opinions for and against, incorporating current evidence and clinical trials outcomes. A diverse range of topics are included that pertain to several disciplines in gynecologic oncology, including surgical management of disease, medical oncology, immunotherapy, radiation therapy, as well as screening, preventive and palliative care. This book will be relevant to a diverse audience of practitioners and trainees including gynecologists, gynecological oncologists, surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and general medics. It will be a useful guide for practicing clinicians managing their patients, as well as a concise textbook for trainees and students preparing for examinations and board certifications in gynecologic oncology. Readers will gain an insight into topical controversies, critically evaluating the different sides to enhance their own clinical practice.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2023
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    edited by Christoph I. Lee ; image and chapter editor, Joseph S. Fotos.
    Contents:
    Section 1. Headache
    Section 2. Back pain
    Section 3. Chest pain
    Section 4. Abdominal and pelvic pain
    Section 5. Bone, joint, and extremity pain
    Section 6. Cancer screening and management
    Section 7. Radiation exposure.
    Digital Access Oxford 2017
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    edited by Michael E. Hochman.
    Contents:
    Sect. 1: Preventive medicine
    Preventing diabetes: the diabetes prevention program
    A comparison of different dieting strategies
    Aspirin for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease: the physician's health study and the women's health study
    Postmenopausal hormone therapy: the women's health initiative
    The European randomized study of screening for prostate cancer (ERSPC)
    The cochrane review of screening mammography
    The human papillomavirus vaccine: the future II trial
    Sect. 2: Internal medicine
    Arrhythmia suppression following myocardial infarction: the CASt trial
    Choosing first-line therapy for hypertension: the ALLHAT trial
    Statins in healthy patients with an elevated c-reactive protein: the JUPITER trial
    Rate control versus rhythm control for atrial fibrillation: the AFFIRM trial
    Lenient versus strict heart rate control for atrial fibrillation: the RACC II trial.
    Beta blockers for systolic heart failure: the MERIT-HF trial
    Initial treatment of stable coronary artery disease: the COURAGE trial
    Treating elevated blood sugar levels in patients with type 2 diabetes: the United Kingdom prospective diabetes study (UKPDS)
    Intensive versus conservative blood sugar for patients with type 2 diabetes: the ACCORD trial
    The African American heart failure trial (A-HeFT)
    Early versus delayed antiretroviral therapy for patients with HIV: the NA-ACCORD study
    Early versus late initiation of dialysis: the IDEAL trial
    Early goal-directed therapy in sepsis
    Red cell transfusion in critically ill patients: the TRICC trial
    Pulmonary artery catheters in critically ill patients
    Step-up versus step-down therapy for dyspepsia: the DIAMOND trial
    Opioids for chronic noncancer pain
    Sect. 3: Surgery
    Perioperative beta blockers in noncardiac surgery: the POISE trial
    Cardiac stents versus coronary artery bypass surgery for severe coronary artery disease: the SYNTAX trial
    Carotid endarterectomy for asymptomatic carotid stenosis: the ACST trial
    A trial of arthroscopic knee surgery
    Surgery versus rehabilitation for chronic low back pain: the MRC spine stabilization trial
    Mastectomy versus lumpectomy for invasive breast cancer: the B-06 trial
    Long-term impact of bariatric surgery: the Swedish obese subjects study
    Sect. 4: Obstetrics
    The Canadian multicenter post-term pregnancy trial (CMPPT)
    Antepartum glucocorticoids in premature labor
    Sect. 5: Pediatrics
    Treatment of acute otitis media in children
    A trial of early ear tube placement in children with persistent otitis media
    Inhaled corticosteroids for mild persistent asthma: the START trial
    The multimodal treatment study of children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (MTA)
    Measles, mumps, and rubella vaccination and autism
    Sect. 6: Radiology
    Magnetic resonance imaging for low back pain
    Screening for coronary artery disease in asymptomatic patients with diabetes: the DIAD study
    Diagnosing acute pulmonary embolism: the Christopher study
    Identifying children with low-risk head injuries who do not require computed tomography
    Sect. 7: Neurology and psychiatry
    Thrombolysis 3 to 4.5 hours after an acute ischemic stroke: the ECASS III trial
    Initial treatment of depression
    Behavioral versus pharmacological treatment for insomnia in the elderly
    Sect. 8: Systems-based practice
    The group health medical home demonstration
    A program to improve care coordination at hospital discharge: project RED
    Reducing catheter-related blood stream infections in the intensive care unit: the keystone ICU project
    Early palliative care in non-small-cell lung cancer
    Directly observed therapy for the treatment of tuberculosis in Baltimore.
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    edited by David Y. Hwang, MD, Assistant Professor of Neurology, Division of Neurocritical Care and Emergency Neurology, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, David M. Greer, MD, MA, Zimmerman and Spinelli Professor and Vice Chairman and Neurology, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut ; series editor, Michael E. Hochman, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California.
    Digital Access Oxford 2016
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    David Hui, Akhila Reddy, and Eduardo Bruera.
    Summary: '50 Studies Every Palliative Care Doctor Should Know' presents key studies that have shaped the practice of palliative medicine. Selected using a rigorous methodology, the studies cover topics including: palliative care, symptom assessment and management, psychosocial aspects of care and communication, and end-of-life care. This text is a must-read for health care professionals and anyone who wants to learn more about the data behind clinical practice.
    Digital Access Oxford 2018
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    [edited by] Ashaunta T. Anderson, Nina L. Shapiro, Stephen C. Aronoff, Jeremiah C. Davis, Michael Levy.
    Digital Access Oxford 2016
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    editor, C. Scott Hultman.
    Summary: "C. Scott Hultman has compiled a selection of the most influential contributions to the discipline of plastic surgery over the past century--from the giants who laid the foundations for the modern practice of plastic surgery. This book comprises 50 thought-provoking reviews of these carefully selected papers, covering the implications, results, and limitations of each paper"--Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Section 1. Foundations
    section 2. Hand surgery
    section 3. Craniofacial surgery
    section 4. Head and neck reconstruction
    section 5. Breast reconstruction
    section 6. Microsurgery
    section 7. Trunk reconstruction
    section 8. Burn surgery
    section 9. Aesthetic surgery
    section 10. Innovations.
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    edited by Ish P. Bhalla, Rajesh R. Tampi, Vinod H. Srihari.
    Contents:
    Section 1. Anxiety disorders. Cognitive behavioral therapy, imipramine, or their combination for panic disorder / Amanda Sun and Tobias Wasser
    Fluoxetine, comprehensive cognitive behavioral therapy, and placebo in generalized social phobia / Erin Habecker and Tobias Wasser
    Section 2. Bipolar disorder. Lithium plus valproate combination versus monotherapy for relapse prevention in bipolar I disorder (BALANCE) / João Paulo De Aquino and Robert Beech
    Mood stabilizer monotherapy versus adjunctive antidepressant for bipolar depression : the STEP-BD trial / João Paulo De Aquino and Robert Beech
    Suicide risk in bipolar disorder : comparing lithium, divalproex, and carbamazepine / Rachel Katz and Robert Beech
    The long-term natural history of bipolar I disorder / Zachary Engler and Robert Beech
    Section 3. Child and adolescent disorders. The multimodal treatment study of children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (MTA) / Michael H. Block
    Adolescents with SSRI-resistant depression : the TORDIA trial / Amalia Londono Tobon and Hanna E. Stevens
    Treatment of early-onset schizophrenia spectrum disorders (TEOSS) study / J. Corey Williams and Hanna E. Stevens
    Cognitive behavioral therapy, sertraline, or a combination in childhood anxiety : CAMS / David Saunders, Andres Martin, and Jerome H. Taylor
    Predictors of suicidal events : the treatment of adolescent suicide attempters (TASA) study / Michael Maksimowski and Zheala Qayyum
    Cognitive behavior therapy, sertraline, and their combination for children and adolescents with OCD / Falisha Gilman and Zheala Qayyum
    Initial treatment of bipolar I disorder in children and adolescents : the TEAM trial / Stephanie Ng and Andres Martin
    The treatment for adolescents with depression study (TADS) / Zachary Engler and Zheala Qayyum
    Section 4. Cognitive disorders : delirium/dementia. Effectiveness of atypical antipsychotic drugs in patients with alzheimer's disease : CATIE-AD / Adam P. Mecca and Rajesh R. Tampi
    Risk of death with atypical antipsychotic medications for dementia / Adam P. Mecca and Rajesh R. Tampi
    Treatment of delirium in hospitalized AIDS patients : a double-blind trial of haloperidol, chlorpromazine, and lorazepam / Amanda Sun and Rajesh R. Tampi
    Memantine in patients with moderate to severe alzheimer's disease already receiving donepezil / Brandon M. Kitay and Rajesh R. Tampi
    Section 5. Epidemiology. Global burden of mental and substance use disorders / Stephanie Yarnell and Ellen Edens
    Prevalence and severity of psychiatric comorbidities : The National Comorbidity Survey Replication (NCS-R) / Stephanie Yarnell and Ellen Edens
    Section 6. Insomnia. Behavioral and/or pharmacotherapy for older patients with insomnia / Robert Ross and Rajesh R. Tampi
    Section 7. Major depressive disorder. Treatment of depression in patients with alcohol or drug dependence : a meta analysis / J. Corey Williams and Gustavo A. Angarita Africano
    Suicidality in pediatric patients treated with antidepressant drugs : FDA meta-analysis / David Saunders and Michael H. Bloch
    National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) treatment of depression collaborative research program / Joseph J. Taylor and Robert Ostroff
    Efficacy and safety of electroconvulsive therapy in depressive disorders : a systematic review and meta-analysis / Joseph J. Taylor and Robert Ostroff
    Initial severity and antidepressant benefits : a meta-analysis of data submitted to the food and drug administration / Michael Maksimowski and Zheala Qayyum
    Sequenced treatment alternatives to relieve depression : STAR*D / Eric Lin and Pochu Ho
    Cognitive therapy versus medication in the treatment of moderate to severe depression / Daniel Barron and Robert Ostroff
    Section 8. Obsessive-compulsive disorder. Exposure and ritual prevention, clomipramine, or their combination for obsessive-compulsive disorder / Brandon M. Kitay and Michael H. Bloch
    Meta-analysis of the dose-response relationship of SSRIs in adult patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder / Eunice Yuen and Michael H. Bloch
    Section 9. Personality disorders. Psychotherapy for borderline personality disorder : a multiwave study / David Grunwald and Erica Robinson and Sarah Fineberg
    Dialectical behavior therapy versus community treatment by experts for reducing suicidal behaviors among patients with borderline personality disorder / David Saunders, Erica Robinson and Sarah Fineberg
    Ten-year course of borderline personality disorder : the collaborative longitudinal personality disorders study / Kevin Johnson, Erica Robinson, and Sarah Fineberg
    Section 10. Psychiatry in primary care. Depressive symptoms and health-related quality of life : the heart and soul study / Amalia Londono Tobon and Catherine Chiles
    The Canadian cardiac randomized evaluation of antidepressant and psychotherapy efficacy (CREATE) trial / Nikhil Gupta and Catherine Chiles
    Section 11. Women's mental health. Buprenorphine versus methadone during pregnancy : the MOTHER trial / Rachel Wurmser and Kirsten Wilkins
    Section 12. Schizophrenia. QTc-interval abnormalities and psychotropic drug therapy in psychiatric patients / Amanda Sun and Vinod H. Srihari
    Tardive dyskinesia with atypical versus conventional antipsychotic medications / Emma Lo and Cenk Tek
    Effectiveness of antipsychotics in the treatment of schizophrenia : CATIE phase 1 / Chadrick Lane and Mohini Ranganathan
    Clozapine for treatment-resistant schizophrenia / Chadrick Lane and Vinod H. Srihari
    Effectiveness of clozapine versus other atypical antipsychotics : clinical antipsychotic trials for interventions effectiveness (CATIE) / Eunice Yuen and Cenk Tek
    Atypical antipsychotic drugs and the risk of sudden cardiac death / Hamilton Hicks and Cenk Tek
    Switching antipsychotics to reduce metabolic risk : the CAMP trial / Eric Lin and John Cahill
    Cost utility of atypical antipsychotics : CUtLASS-1 / Nikhil Gupta and John Cahill
    North American prodrome longitudinal study / Nikhil Gupta and Vinod H. Srihari
    Clozapine for suicidality in schizophrenia : the international suicide prevention trial (interSePT) / Daniel Barron and Noah Capurso
    A cohort study of oral and depot antipsychotics after first hospitalization for schizophrenia / Stephanie Ng and Cenk Tek
    Section 13. Substance use disorders. Methadone maintenance versus detoxification and psychosocial treatment for opioid dependence : the M180 study / Hamilton Hicks and Srinivas Muvvala
    Combined pharmacotherapies and behavioral interventions for alcohol dependence : the COMBINE study / Kevin Johnson and Srinivas Muvvala
    Levomethadyl acetate versus buprenorphine versus methadone for opioid dependence / Robert Ross and Brian Fuehrlein.
    Digital Access Oxford 2018
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    edited by SreyRam Kuy, Rachel J. Kwon, Miguel A. Burch.
    Digital Access Oxford 2018
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    Burton K. Lim, M. Brock Fenton, R. Mark Brigham, Shahroukh Mistry, Allen Kurta, Erin H. Gillam, Amy Russell, Jorge Ortega, editors.
    Springer Nature eBook.
    Summary: With more than 1,400 species, bats are an incredibly diverse and successful group of mammals that can serve as model systems for many unique evolutionary adaptations. Flight has allowed them to master the sky, while echolocation enables them to navigate in the dark. Being small, secretive, nocturnal creatures has made bats a challenge to study, but over the past 50 years, innovative research has made it possible to dispel some of the mystery and myth surrounding them to give us a better understanding of the role these animals play in the ecosystem. The structure of the book is based on several broad themes across the biological sciences, including the evolution of bats, their ecology and behavior, and conservation of biodiversity. Within these themes are more specific topics on important aspects of bat research, such as morphology, molecular biology, echolocation, taxonomy, systematics, threats to bats, social structure, reproduction, movements, and feeding strategies. Given its scope, the book will appeal to the wider scientific community, environmental organizations, and government policymakers who are interested in the interdisciplinary aspects of biology and nature.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1. Introduction and implementation of harp traps signal a new era in bat research
    Chapter 2. Bats as Hosts of Important Unicellular Endoparasites
    Chapter 3. A global review of phylogeographic studies on bats
    Chapter 4. All the Better to Eat You With: The Legacy of James S. Findley's Phenetic Approach to Bat Biology
    Chapter 5. Fur, wings, and flowers: development and progress on nectarivorous bat research in the last 50 years
    Chapter 6. The Winter Worries of Bats: Past and Present Perspectives on Winter Habitat and Management of Cave Hibernating Bats
    Chapter 7. Integrating physiological and behavioral traits with ontogeny, phylogenetic history, and survival and fitness to understand heterothermy in bats
    Chapter 8. Molecular biology in the evolution of bats: a historical perspective
    Chapter 9. Molecular biology in the evolution of bats: a historical perspective
    Chapter 10. The evolution of acoustic methods for the study of bats
    Chapter 11. Bats, Bat Flies, and Fungi: Exploring Uncharted Waters
    Chapter 12. Bats and the Ecological and Evolutionary Consequences of Resource Spatio-temporal Predictability (STP)
    Chapter 13. There and Back Again: Homing in Bats Revisited
    Chapter 14. A NASBR history of radiotelemetry-how technology has contributed to advances in bat biology
    Chapter 15. Bats Flying at High Altitudes
    Chapter 16. Contributions of Women and Creating a Culture of Inclusivity at the North American Society for Bat Research
    Chapter 17. Pioneers of bat habitat and resource selection
    Chapter 18. NASBR Origins 1970-2020: From an Informal Gathering to a Scientific Society
    Chapter 19. The Importance of Water Availability to Bats: Climate Warming and Increasing Global Aridity
    Chapter 20. Bats as reservoirs of viral zoonoses
    Chapter 21. Bats in temperate forests: where are the trends in bat populations?
    Chapter 22. How noise affects bats and what it reveals about their biosonar systems.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    edited by Veerasigamani Narendrakumar, Vinod Felix, Vivek Mariappan.
    Summary: "The field of otorhinolaryngology is made challenging by the complex and unique anatomy of head and neck region. Successfully navigating this area with surgical finesse remains an enigma. 100 Complications of Otorhinolaryngology & Skull Base Surgery provides a broad overview of various complications encountered in ENT and skull base surgeries, their impacts, and intricacies in their management."--Provided by publisher.
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    Thieme MedOne Neurosurgery
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    Martin I. Boyer, MD, FRCS(C), Carol B. and Jerome T. Loeb Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Co-Chief, Hand and Wrist Service, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri, James Chang, MD, FACS, The Johnson & Johnson Distinguished Professor of Surgery and Orthopedic Surgery, Chief, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California.
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    Vipul Gupta, Ajit S. Puri, Rajsrinivas Parthasarathy, editors.
    Summary: Neurointervention is a fast-growing subspecialty, and recent trials have demonstrated its role in ischaemic and haemorrhagic stroke. This has generated tremendous interest among interventional neuroradiology, neurology and neurosurgery communities. Nevertheless, formal teaching programmes that provide the required experience are limited, and many early career practitioners are not exposed to the crucial technical details essential to safely performing the procedure before they start practising independently. The book presents 100 characteristic case studies to illustrate the salient technical and clinical issues in decision-making and problem solving during the procedure. This book conveys the “real-world” issues and solutions that are not addressed in detail in most books. As such it is a practical teaching book with useful “tips and tricks” on how to handle specific challenging situations, and is particularly useful for fellows in neurointervention training programmes. -- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Section 1. Aneurysm embolization
    Section 2. Interventions in acute stroke
    Section 3. Carotid and other arterial stenting
    Section 4. Arteriovenous malformation embolization
    Section 5. Intervention in spine
    Section 6. Miscellaneous.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    Harvey I. Pass, Mary Hesdorffer, Sarah Elizabeth Lake, Sarah Ann Lake.
    Summary: This is the "free mesothelioma book" widely advertised on television and the internet on behalf of a law firm to solicit litigation for asbetos related injuries.

    Contents:
    1. The Basics
    2. Diagnosis
    3. Coping
    4. The Politics of mesothelioma
    5. Treatment
    6. Decision making
    7. Side effects of therapy
    8. Recurrence of the disease
    9. Sarah's and Sarah Ann's insights for care providers
    10. The Unspeakable which must be spoken.
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    Margret Liehn, Hannelore Schlautmann.
    Summary: Offers all specialists in the operating room, a compact overview of the most important surgical instruments and their handling. Regardless of whether you are already experienced in the OR or the area is new to you, this book will help you will learn to recognize surgical instruments better and to use them safely. Content covers the basics of material science, surface properties, use and handling of surgical instruments and the reprocessing and maintenance of instruments. Includes 200 illustrations to help you identify and distinguish between instruments.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    Surgical instruments
    Basic instruments
    Special instruments
    The instrument table
    Handling of surgical instruments by the scrub nurse
    Reprocessing of surgical instruments
    Literature.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    by Frank Ching.
    Summary: This book reviews the medical history of Hong Kong, beginning with its birth as a British colony. It introduces the origins of Hong Kong's medical education, which began in 1887 when the London Missionary Society set up the Hong Kong College of Medicine for Chinese. When the University of Hong Kong was established in 1911, the College became its medical faculty. The faculty has gained distinction over the years for innovative surgical techniques, for discovering the SARS virus and for its contribution to advances in medical and health sciences. This book is meant for general readers as well as medical practitioners. It is a work for anyone interested in Hong Kong or in medical education.

    Contents:
    Missionaries
    and a Hospital
    The College of Medicine for Chinese
    The Early Years
    The Bubonic Plague
    and a Degree of Recognition
    Metamorphosis
    Brave New World
    War: The University in Suspended Animation
    After the Re-Establishment
    The Hong Kong Operation
    The Department of Medicine Steps Up
    Taking Hong Kong Surgery to the World
    Faculty Evolves Into Regional Medical Education Hub
    Preparing for the Handover.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    Roman Brzóska, Giuseppe Milano, Pietro S. Randelli, Ladislav Kovačič, editors.
    Summary: This book presents the current status of shoulder instability treatment with the aim of equipping readers with a comprehensive understanding of the latest concepts of shoulder instability, diagnosis and the decision-making process, conservative treatment, state of the art surgical techniques, and management of treatment failures. Written by leading European and overseas specialists, the book merges the authors clinical experience with expert opinions and up-to-date research data to offer shoulder surgeons, physiotherapists, other shoulder practitioners, and residents strong support in everyday practice. The coverage encompasses such pathologies as ALPSA, SLAP, HAGL, and Bankart lesions, and readers will find clear descriptions of soft tissue management, arthroscopic and open stabilization techniques, and recently published bone transfer techniques. Not only is the book copiously illustrated, but it also includes case examples, further illustrations, and links to high-resolution videos of the newest shoulder stabilization techniques performed by globally renowned experts. 360° Around Shoulder Instability is published in cooperation with ESSKA-ESA and is based on the 2nd biennial ESSKA-ESA meeting of the same name.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Nikki Ace.
    Contents:
    Hurdle #1: The capture
    Hurdle #2: Enslavement
    Hurdle #3: Reconstruction era
    Hurdle #4: Bigotry
    Hurdle #5: Integration
    Hurdle #6: Activists' plight
    Hurdle #7: Breaking down stereotypes
    Hurdle #8: The impact of slavery on modern America
    Not by coincidence
    Despite because
    Vocabulary
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    Roy Bell.
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    Amy M. Karch.
    Contents:
    Nursing Process Guidelines
    Patient Safety and Medication Administration
    Pharmacologic Classes
    Alphabetical Listing of Drugs by Generic Name.
    Digital Access Ovid 2014
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    ASPAN.
    Summary: "The 2017-2018 edition of the ASPAN Standards contains principles of safety and ethics in perianesthesia practice, perianesthesia practice standards, practice recommendations, position statements, resources from partnering organizations and interpretive statements which provide clarity and definition to key elements of the standards. New content in this publication includes an updates to the practice recommendation for care of the adult patient with obstructive sleep apnea, as well as the prevention of unwanted sedation in the adult patient. New position statements include a position statement on alarm management, a position statement on acuity based staffing for Phase I and a position statement on air quality and occupational hazard exposure prevention. A new resource has been added to provide guidance for a perianesthesia orientation timeline"--Publisher's description.
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    Gail M. Wilkes, MS, APRN-BC, AOCN, oncology nursing consultant, Kilauea, Hawaii, Margaret Barton-Burke, PhD, RN, FAAN, Mary Ann Lee professor of oncology nursing, University of Missouri, St. Louis, Research Scientist, Siteman Cancer Center, St. Louis, Missouri.
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    Symptom management
    Complications.
    Digital Access R2Library 2018
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    ASPAN.
    Summary: "The 2019-2020 edition of the ASPAN Standards contains principles of safety and ethics in perianesthesia practice, perianesthesia practice standards, practice recommendations, position statements, resources from partnering organizations and interpretive statements which provide clarity and definition to key elements of the standards. The practice recommendation for care of the adult patient with obstructive sleep apnea, as well as the prevention of unwanted sedation in the adult patient, both have been updated with new clinical evidence. New position statements include a position statement on opioid stewardship in perianesthesia practice, a position statement on gender diversity, a position statement on CPAN and CAPA perianesthesia nursing certification, and a position statement on marjiuana. Each edition of the ASPAN Standards serves perianesthesia nurses as an invaluable resource and provides guidance and support for the expanding scope of perianesthesia nursing practice across the care continuum."--Publisher's description.
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    American Heart Association
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    Basic life support
    Advanced cardiovascular life support
    Newborn resuscitation
    Pediatric advanced life support
    Digital Access AHA 2020
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    ASPAN.
    Summary: "The 2021-2022 edition of the ASPAN Standards contains principles of safety and ethics in perianesthesia practice, perianesthesia practice standards, practice recommendations, position statements, resources from partnering organizations, and interpretive statements which provide clarity and definition to key elements of the standards. The promotion of normothermia in the adult patient is an updated practice recommendation incorporating current evidence-based practice knowledge. New position statements include a position statement on electronic nicotine delivery systems and vaping products, a position statement on human trafficking, and a timely position statement on emergency preparedness. Each edition of the ASPAN Standards serves perianesthesia nurses as an invaluable resource and provides guidance and support for the expanding scope of perianesthesia nursing practice across the care continuum."--taken from publisher web site.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    Part One. Scope of perianesthesia nursing practice
    Part Two. Principles of perianesthesia practice
    Part Three. Standards of perianesthesia nursing practice
    Part Four. Practice recommendations
    Part Five. ASPAN position statements
    Part Six. ASPAN resources
    Index.
    Digital Access R2Library 2020
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    Summary: "Since the first publication of the American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses (ASPAN) Standards of Perianesthesia Nursing Practice in 1984, this publication has provided a framework for the expanding scope of care for a diverse patient population across all perianesthesia settings inclusive of all ages and all phases of care. The Standards are reviewed and updated on an ongoing basis by a team of clinical practice experts and are republished biennially. Each revised edition incorporates current evidence-based practice, emerging regulatory requirements, and reflects changing technology and nursing practice. The 2023-2024 edition of the ASPAN Standards contains principles of safety and ethics in perianesthesia practice, perianesthesia practice standards, practice recommendations, position statements, resources from partnering organizations, and interpretive statements which provide clarity and definition to key elements of the standards. The promotion of normothermia in the adult patient is an updated practice recommendation incorporating current evidence-based practice knowledge. New position statements include a position statement on electronic nicotine delivery systems and vaping products, a position statement on human trafficking, and a timely position statement on emergency preparedness. Each edition of the ASPAN Standards serves perianesthesia nurses as an invaluable resource and provides guidance and support for the expanding scope of perianesthesia nursing practice across the care continuum.--Taken from publisher web site

    Contents:
    Introduction
    Part One. Scope of perianesthesia nursing practice
    Part Two. Principles of perianesthesia practice
    Part Three. Standards of perianesthesia nursing practice
    Part Four. Practice recommendations
    Part Five. ASPAN position statements
    Part Six. ASPAN resources
    Index.
    Digital Access R2Library 2023
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    Farhana Ferdous, Emily Roberts, editors.
    Summary: This book broadens the visioning on new care environments that are designed to be inclusive, progressive, and convergent with the needs of an aging population. The contents cover a range of long-term care (LTC) settings in a single collection to address the needs of a wide audience. Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, rethinking the spatial design of care facilities in order to prepare for future respiratory and contagious pathogens is one of the prime concerns across the globe, along with social connectedness and autonomy in care settings. This book contributes to the next generation of knowledge and understanding of the growing field of the design of technology, programs, and environments for LTC that are more effective in infection prevention and control as well as social connectedness. To address these issues, the chapters are organized in four sections: Part I: Home- and community-based care; Part II: Facility-based care; Part III: Memory care and end-of-life care; and Part IV: Evidence-based applied projects and next steps. (Re)designing the Continuum of Care for Older Adults: The Future of Long-Term Care Settings is an essential resource for researchers, practitioners, educators, policymakers, and students associated with LTC home and healthcare settings. With diverse topics in theory, substantive issues, and methods, the contributions from notable researchers and scholars cover a range of innovative programming, environments, and technologies which can impact the changing needs and support for older adults and their families across the continuum of care.

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    PART I: Home and Community-Based Care
    1 Bridging the digital divide: Smart aging-in-place and the future of gerontology .Rotem Arieli, Manuela E. Faulhaber and Alex J. Bishop
    2 How environmentally embedded in-home sensors are revolutionizing independent living and family caregiving: a literature review. Kari Lane and Erin Robinson
    3 The home as a place for rehabilitation after stroke Emerging empirical findings. Marie Elf and Maya Kylen
    4 Adult Family Care: A home-like environment for community-based care. Kelly Munly, Karen A. Roberto and Katherine R. Allen
    PART II: Facility-Based Care
    5 A theory of creating at-homeness across the long-term care continuum. Sheila Molony and Jude Rabig
    6 The evolution and rise of robotic health assistants: The new human-machine frontier of geriatric home care. Alex J. Bishop, Weihua Sheng, Barbara Waag Carlson and Nadia Firdausya Jones
    7 Rehabilitation clinics that enhance stroke recovery: Rethinking the same-for-all design approach. Maja Kevdzija
    8 Exploring the role of the built environment in person-centered care during mealtimes in an ethno-specific long-term care home. Shreemouna Gurung and Habib Chaudhury
    PART III: Memory Care and End-of-Life Care
    9 Designing for Dementia: An approach that works for everyone. Jeffrey W. Anderzhon
    10 Communication and environmental positioning in dementia care units: dialogues through space and place. Kate de Medeiros
    11 Adaptive Reuse of Closed Malls for Dementia Programs and Services: Community Focus Group Feedback. Emily Roberts and Heather Carter
    12 Extending the continuum of care for people with dementia: building resilience. Gesine Marquardt and Kathrin Bueter
    13 Designing the post-pandemic hospice environment: "the last place." BSharmin Kader
    PART IV: Evidence-based Applied Projects and Next Steps
    14 Autonomy, Identity and Design in the COVID-19 Era. Valerie Greer and Keith Diaz Moore
    15 Creating a Tailored Approach: The Transformation of Jewish Senior Life. Emily Chmielewski and Melissa DeStout, Perkins Eastman
    16 Flexible and Enriched Environments for Senior Living and Aging-in-Place in Dense Urban Environments. Upali Nanda and Warner Grant, HKS Architects
    17 Envisioning Innovative Post-COVID Approaches Toward LTCF Design in Dense Urban Areas: Exploring an Evidence-Based Design Prototype. Hui Cai, Caroline Coleman, Dani Kolker
    18 Realizing the Future of Intergenerational Environments for Aging Through Design Research. Tama Duffy Day, Stella Donovan, Laura Latham, Timothy Pittman, Sofia Song, and Nicholas Watkins, Gensler
    Epilogue: Keith Diaz Moore.
    Digital Access Springer 2023

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