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Complications in intensive care medicine

Shit, I missed that!

If you want to prevent that from happening to you too, then take this book. Learn from the mistakes of others and how they can avoid complications! The work shows 24 case studies from intensive care medicine in which complications or near-misses occurred. It is aimed at all intensive care physicians who want to learn from mistakes or who want to become more aware of dangerous situations. Each case is divided into two parts: presentation of what happened and analysis of the situation. In doing so, influencing factors such as organization, communication, leadership, ability to work in a team, resource management for the occurrence of the incident are examined in detail. And practically incidentally - woven into the case - the reader learns the most important facts about intensive care medicine.

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The Publisher

Prof. Dr. med. Matthias Hübler, DEAA is a senior physician at the Clinic for Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy at the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus at the Technical University of Dresden. He has been dealing with the topic of complications and their prevention for many years. With “Complications in Intensive Care Medicine”, after “Complications in Anesthesia”, the second work on the subject is published in the usual exciting, entertaining and instructive manner.

Keywords

Complications Near Incidents Errors Intensive Care Medicine Human Factor Complications in Intensive Care Medicine Case Studies Learning on the Model Critical Incident Reporting System Intensive Care Unit Human Errors Organizational Errors Technical Errors CRM Complications in Medicine Incidents in Medicine Medical Errors
  1. 1. Clinic and Polyclinic for Anaesthesiology and Intensive TherapyUniversity Clinic DresdenDresdenGermany

About the editors

Prof. Dr. med. Matthias Hübler, DEAA is a senior physician at the Clinic for Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy at the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus at the Technical University of Dresden. He has been dealing with the topic of complications and their prevention for many years. With “Complications in Intensive Care Medicine”, after “Complications in Anesthesia”, the second work on the subject is published in the usual exciting, entertaining and instructive manner.


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