Intensive Care Radiology. Imaging of the Critically III.. Ann Intern Med. 1979;90:141. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-90-1-141_1
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This practical reference emphasizes the team approach to critically ill patients and identifies the radiologist's role as an integral part of the team. Geared primarily toward the specialists in radiology in its scope, the book presents much information useful to all physicians caring for patients in an intensive care unit or in other critical situations.
The section on the chest, which I found to be the most informative and useful, accounts for over half the book. Also discussed are many of the support and monitoring devices with regard to function, normal radiographic appearance, potential complications, and the radiographic signs of
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