By Greet Van den Berghe MD, PhD (auth.)
The integration of endocrinology in serious care drugs has ended in new experimental and medical facts at the complicated endocrine and metabolic derangements accompanying non-endocrine serious health problems. The becoming a member of of those disciplines has generated very important novel insights with major medical implications. Acute Endocrinology: From reason to final result compiles those new findings into a big and hugely suitable new source. half one bargains with the classical life-threatening health problems because of fundamental endocrine ailments equivalent to thyrotoxicosis, hypothyroidism, acute adrenal difficulty, acute calcium issues, pheochromocytoma, critical hyper- and hypoglycemia. half seems to be at endocrinology from the ICU facet, beginning with a common evaluate of the dynamic neuroendocrine and metabolic pressure responses within the of extensive care-dependent, non-endocrine severe ailment. Acute Endocrinology: From reason to outcome offers a different and up to date assessment of the becoming a member of of those disciplines and seeks to stimulate additional interdisciplinary examine during this vital and intriguing field.
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