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    Supradip Ghosh.
    Summary: This easy to use pocket book covers all aspects of intravenous fluid therapy in critically ill patients from applied physiology to bedside clinical management succinctly. It includes updated and evidence-based content on intravenous fluid therapy. The book is divided into four sections; first section covering review of physiology, second section describing different resuscitation agents, third section discussing fluid therapy in various clinical conditions and final section providing a rational approach to prescribing intravenous fluid. Each chapter starts with a case scenario followed by an introduction focusing on the learning objectives and take home message and recommendation at the end. Each chapter includes a summary of important clinical trials in the field, especially useful for students. The book maintains uniform style throughout the chapters, written in simple language and includes charts, boxes, tables and figures. The book is useful for all clinicians dealing with acutely ill patients including (but not limited to) intensivists, emergency physicians, anaesthesiologists, internists, other physicians and surgeons as well as trainees.

    Guytonian Model of Circulation
    Compartmentalization Body Fluids and Regulation of Fluid Balance
    Heart-Lung Interaction
    Acid Base Physiology
    Crystalloids as Resuscitation Fluid
    Place of Colloids in Resuscitation
    Maintenance Fluid
    Vasopressors in Resuscitation
    Concept of Fluid Responsiveness and Fluid Challenge
    Phases of Resuscitation
    Fluid Resuscitation in Septic Shock
    Fluid Resuscitation in Hemorrhagic Shock
    Fluid Resuscitation in Diarrheal Diseases
    Fluid Resuscitation in Burn
    Fluid Management in Perioperative Period
    Fluid Management in Diabetic Emergencies
    Concept of de-resuscitation
    Disorders of sodium balance.
    Digital Access Springer 2022