The book Mount Sinai Expert Guides Critical Care is written by Stephan A. Mayer, Janet M. Shapiro, Umesh K. Gidwani, and John M. Oropello. This book, as part of the Mount Sinai Expert Guide series, is intended to guide clinicians caring for patients in intensive care units. It is our goal that the physician, whether student, trainee, or teacher, use this book when confronted with a critically ill patient to understand the physiology, assessment, and management of the disease.
Along with founding the Mount Sinai Institute for Critical Care Medicine in 2017, we have brought together experts from Mount Sinai Health System to provide the most up-to-date knowledge on the management of these complex disorders. It is our hope that the information and management protocols will be used at the bedside and inspire the reader to delve into the medical literature, discover, and deliver the highest quality care to their patients.
We thank our patients, colleagues, and teachers. We hope our book will promote patient care and learning and knowledge sharing in medicine.
Overview of Mount Sinai Expert Guides Critical Care
Part of Mount Sinai’s Expert Guide series, this excellent book provides readily accessible clinical information on all aspects of critical care with a focus on clinical diagnosis and effective patient management. With a strong focus on the best in multidisciplinary patient care, it is the ideal point-of-care consultation tool for busy physicians.
|Book Name||Mount Sinai Expert Guides Critical Care|
|Author of Book||Stephan A. Mayer, Janet M. Shapiro, Umesh K. Gidwani, John M. Oropello|