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Critical Care

Critical Care

Stephan A. Mayer (Editor), Umesh Gidwani (Editor), John Oropello (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-119-29330-9

Mar 2019

480 pages

Select type: E-Book


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Mount Sinai Expert Guides: Critical Care will provide specialty trainees and junior physicians with an extremely clinical, affordable and accessible handbook covering the entire specialty of critical care and emergency room medicine with focus throughout on clinical diagnosis and effective patient management. 

Used as a point-of-care resource in the hospital and clinical setting, it will present the very best in expert information in an attractive, quick and easy to navigate informative and well-structured manner, with features such as key points, potential pitfalls, management algorithms, and national/international guidelines on treatment. 

Why is this book needed?

  1. It will offer a product that busy clinicians really want: a concise, rapid reference manual focused on clinical management which includes both CC/ICU techniques and procedures as well as key areas of care.
  2. A series endorsed by Mount Sinai is a considerable coup for Wiley.  Mount Sinai is one of the top medical hospitals in the USA and as well as publishing a series endorsed by such a famous hospital, it also gives us an opportunity to develop close links with one of the leading medical institutions in North America.
  3. The authorship is first-class.  Each Mount Sinai Expert Guides is edited by a top name in the specified area and Chair of their relevant department at Mount Sinai, as opposed to other institution-branded manuals like the Washington Manuals, which are often authored by residents/fellows.
  4. General speciality books, if written well, sell well due to the large target audience. In this case, with the outstanding authorship and the backing of an extremely well-known institution, this book should be extremely attractive.