This authoritative and engaging four-volume history vividly presents the Irish story - or stories - from c.600 to the present, within its broader Atlantic, European, imperial and global contexts. Written by an international team of experts, this landmark history reflects recent developments in the field and sets the agenda for future study.
This concise, ground-breaking book expands past theories limited to the cerebral cortex and emphasizes the longitudinally-integrated brainstem systems that 'wake up the brain' from deep anesthesia, sleep and brain injury. For neurologists, neuroscientists, psychologists and psychiatrists, as well as readers interested in the workings of the brain.
Written for doctors, pharmacists and nurses working in the intensive care unit (ICU), the Handbook of Drugs in Intensive Care is the essential guide to drug therapy in the ICU. Combining drug monographs with guidelines, this is an excellent resource for safe and effective practice.
As the range of psychotropic medications in child and adolescent mental health continues to expand and change, this book provides an indispensable formulary in the field. With an easy-to-use, full-color, template-driven navigation system, it combines evidence-based data with clinically informed advice to support all psychiatric prescribers.
Trauma is a leading cause of death and disability around the world. This book provides emergency physicians with an easy-to-use reference and source for traumatic injury evaluation and management in the emergency department. It can be used on shift and as a reference for further learning.
This fully updated book is an authoritative reference guide for the spectrum of diverse clinicians and allied health professionals who prescribe antiepileptic drugs in contemporary clinical practice. It includes clear information on thirty-five antiepileptic drugs, including newly-approved drug brivaracetam, and is essential for quick reference reading.