Table of contents for Emergency airway management / George Kovacs, J. Adam Law.

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to Airway Management in Emergencies
Chapter 2: Definitive Airway Management
Chapter 3: Airway Physiology and Anatomy
Chapter 4: Oxygen Delivery Devices and Bag-Mask Ventilation
Chapter 5: Intubation by Direct Laryngoscopy
Chapter 6: Alternative Intubation Techniques
Chapter 7: Rescue Oxygenation
Chapter 8: How to do Awake Intubations: Oral and Nasal
Chapter 9: Rapid Sequence Intubation
Chapter 10: Post Intubation Management
Chapter 11: Approach to Intubation
Chapter 12: Response to an Encountered Difficult Airway
Chapter 13: Airway Pharmacology
Chapter 14: Central Nervous System Emergencies
Chapter 15: Cardiovascular Emergencies
Chapter 16: Respiratory Emergencies
Chapter 17: The Critically Ill Patient
Chapter 18: The Very Young and the Very Old Patient
Chapter 19: Prehospital Airway Management Considerations
Chapter 20: Human Factors in Airway Management

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Respiratory emergencies.
Respiratory intensive care.
Airway (Medicine).
Respiratory organs -- Obstructions.
Airway Obstruction -- therapy.
Intubation, Intratracheal -- methods.