Irwin & Rippe’s Intensive Care Medicine 7th Edition
Irwin & Rippe’s Intensive Care Medicine 7th Edition It is with great pleasure that we present the seventh edition of Irwin and Rippe’s Intensive Care Medicine. As with previous editions, the editorial challenge that we faced with the seventh edition was to continue to ensure that the textbook evolved as the field has evolved and improved to meet the varied and rigorous demands placed on it by the diverse group of specialty physicians and nonphysicians practicing in the adult intensive care environment without losing strengths that have made previous editions so useful and popular. We hope and believe that the seventh edition of Irwin and Rippe’s Intensive Care Medicine has risen to meet these challenges.
Over the past 27 years since the publication of the first edition of our textbook, dramatic changes have occurred in virtually every area of critical care, and these are reflected in the evolution of our textbook. While our textbook initially focused primarily on medical intensive care, it now provides an interdisciplinary emphasis on anesthesia, surgery, trauma, and neurointensive care as well as medical intensive care with strong collaboration across all these disciplines. With this edition, a critical care nursing-centric section has been added.
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This reflects the reality that intensive care medicine has inevitably become more interdisciplinary and collaborative. The seventh edition is approximately the same length as the previous edition. To make this happen, we challenged every section editor and author to carefully balance edited materials emphasizing new evidence-based as well as state-of-the-art information by discarding outdated information.
All of our section editors and chapter authors have done a superb job meeting this challenge. All chapters in every section have been updated with recent references and other materials that reflect current information, techniques, and principles. New chapters have been added to reflect emerging areas of interest. As stated earlier, an entirely new section has been added on “Nursing Issues in the ICU” that was ably coedited by Dorrie Fontaine and Shawn Cody. This section was meant to focus on issues related to collaboration, healthy work environments, and the expanding roles of nurses not the specifics of nursing care that have been brilliantly covered in textbooks of ICU nursing; and Dorrie and Shawn have admirably succeeded in this regard.
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