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    Carole Boulanger, David McWilliams, editors.
    Intro -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- About the Editors -- Contributors -- 1: The Person Before the Patient: The Importance of a Good History -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 When to Attain a Patient History in the ICU -- 1.3 How to Obtain an Effective Patient History in the ICU -- 1.3.1 The Clinical Frailty Scale -- 1.3.2 Patient Questionnaires: Key Relative Involvement -- 1.4 What a Good History Should Include in the ICU -- 1.5 Why an Early, Detailed History Is Important -- 1.5.1 Family: Key Relationships -- 1.5.2 Mobility 1.5.3 Functional Independence and Housing -- 1.5.4 Hobbies, Interests and Work -- 1.5.5 Medical History -- 1.5.6 Lifestyle History -- 1.5.7 Understanding and Expectations -- 1.6 Conclusions -- References -- 2: Respiratory and Mechanical Ventilation Management: Avoidance of Complications -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Respiratory Management During Invasive Mechanical Ventilation -- 2.2.1 Endotracheal Suctioning -- 2.2.2 Subglottic Suctioning -- 2.2.3 Humidification of Respiratory Gases -- 2.3 Chest Physiotherapy -- 2.3.1 Manual or Ventilator Pulmonary Hyperinflation 2.3.2 Manual Chest Compressions/Vibrations (MCC) -- 2.4 Mechanical In-Exsufflation (MI-E) -- 2.5 Inspiratory Muscle Training -- References -- 3: Patient Care: From Body to Mind -- 3.1 Introduction: Patient Care in a Critical Environment -- 3.2 "Interventional Patient Hygiene" -- 3.3 Bathing and Skin Integrity -- 3.4 Oral Care -- 3.5 Eye Care -- 3.6 Pain Assessment and Nursing Care -- 3.6.1 Assessment -- 3.6.2 Management -- 3.7 Conclusion -- References -- 4: Nutrition: Calories Count -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Presence of Pre-existing Conditions on Admission to ICU 4.2.1 Chronic Co-morbidities -- 4.2.2 Sarcopenia -- 4.2.3 Malnutrition -- 4.3 Factors Which Affect Nutritional Status During ICU Stay -- 4.3.1 Metabolic Response to Critical Illness -- 4.3.2 Iatrogenic Undernutrition -- 4.3.3 Immobilisation -- 4.4 Assessing Malnutrition in the Critically Ill Patient -- 4.4.1 Nutrition Screening Tools -- 4.4.2 Muscle Mass -- 4.5 Strategies to Improve Physical and Functional Outcomes -- 4.5.1 Targeted Nutrition Delivery -- 4.5.2 Volume-Based Feeding -- 4.5.3 Energy Versus Protein -- 4.5.4 Exercise and Protein -- 4.5.5 Supplementation 4.6 Recovery Phase of Critical Illness -- 4.7 Adequacy of Nutrient Delivery -- 4.7.1 Factors Influencing Nutritional Recovery -- 4.8 Potential Strategies to Facilitate Optimal Nutritional Delivery in the Recovery Phase of Critical Illness -- 4.8.1 Coordinated Multidisciplinary Approach to Nutritional Care -- 4.8.2 Systematic Handover to Ward-Based Staff -- 4.8.3 Early Involvement of Family -- 4.8.4 Conclusion -- References -- 5: Promoting Independence -- 5.1 Introduction: What Is Dysphagia? -- 5.2 Dysphagia Assessment and Screening -- 5.3 Bedside Assessment
    Digital Access  Springer 2020