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Noninvasive Mechanical Ventilation and Neuropsychiatric Disorders

Essential Practical Approaches
Erschienen am 12. Juni 2023
XI, 406 Seiten
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In different sections of this book the relationships between the patterns of psychological response in acute and chronic respiratory failure, as well as the epidemiology of neuropsychiatric disorders in ventilator management, are collected and analyzed. Main concepts such as "vulnerability to stress", critical illness-psychological stress and susceptibility that may develop during NIV support, as well as the diagnosis of neuropsychiatric disorders in respiratory failure are also summarized. A section is devoted to the most frequent indications of NIV, also including a special use of NIV in pandemic and high-risk infections, as well as in several other conditions such as acute and chronic respiratory failures and neurological disorders. A summary of practical approaches for treatment and prevention in neurologic and psychiatric disorders during noninvasive mechanical ventilation, as well as the perspective in terms of outcomes, quality-of-life, palliative care is also given.

The book is intended for all those healthcare professionals treating patients suffering from neurological or psychiatric disorders and who develop acute or chronic respiratory failure.

Neurologists, psychiatrists, pulmonary critical care professionals, geriatricians, internists and psychologists will find in the book a valuable guide for their everyday clinical practice.

1st ed. 2023
Springer International Publishing
8 farbige Abbildungen, 8 s/w Abbildungen, 40 farbige Tabellen
XI, 406 p. 16 illus., 8 illus. in color.
11,32 MB
978-3-031-27968-3 (9783031279683)
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Antonio M. Esquinas MD, PhD, is critical care specialist and staff physician in the Intensive Care Unit at the Hospital Morales Meseguer, Murcia. Spain. He is International fellow of the American Association Respiratory Care (AARC), fellow of the American Collage Chest Physicians. (ACCP) and Fellow of the International Association of Non Invasive Ventilation. Director of the International School of Non Invasive Ventilation, President of the International Non Invasive Ventilation Fellowship Program, President of the International Association of Non Invasive Ventilation and of the International Non Invasive Ventilation College of Experts. His main research activities are related to noninvasive mechanical ventilation in pulmonary and critical care, and currently he is very keen on humidification and impact and effect of high frequency chest wall compression in critically ill undergoing to mechanical ventilation. Dr. Esquinas is author of more than 50 books (in English, Portuguese, Spanish and translated in Chinese), numerous articles (750) and chapters (180) and participate in international meetings related to education and research in noninvasive ventilation. Main publications are related to acute respiratory failure and noninvasive and invasive mechanical ventilation (weaning mechanical ventilation, COPD exacerbation, hypoxemic respiratory failure and acute cardiac diseases). Dr. Antonio Esquinas, as Director of the School of noninvasive mechanical ventilation, also promotes educational courses and activities related to Respiratory Medicine in Europe, Asia and Ibero-America.

Andrea Fabbo, is the Director of Geriatric Service-Cognitive Disorders and Dementia Unit, Primary Care Department, Health Authority and Services of Modena (AUSL), Modena, Italy. Specialist Consultant at Public Health Authority of Emilia-Romagna Region (Dementia and Frailty in Aging People) and: Specialist Registrar and professor in Health Psychologic of Elderly at Department of Psychologic, University of Bologna, Italy; Specialist Registrar and professor in Psychogeriatrics for School of Psychiatric Rehabilitation at University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy; Specialist Registrar and professor in Psychogeriatrics for School of Occupational Therapy at University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy; Specialist Registrar and professor for School of Occupational Therapist and Psychiatric Rehabilitation University of Modena and Reggio Emilia; professor in Psychogeriatric for Department of Psychologic- University of Bologna Alma Mater Studiorum, Italy.

Filiz Koc is a psychiatrist and neurologist at the Cukurova University Medical School of Adana in Turkey. He is Head of Neuromuscular Disease and Clinical Neurophysology Department

Agnieszka Prymus works at the Psychoneuroimmunology and Psychopharmacology Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland. She has attended the University of Edinburgh, Centre For Clinical Brain Science, Brain Imaging Research Centre for Scotland. Dr. Prymus is member of Polish Society of Psychiatr; member of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (award for ECNP Workshop for Young Scientists In Europe) as well as member of the European Huntington's Disease Network (EHDN) and the American Sleep Association.

Malgorzata Farnik after qualifying in Medicine has started her position at the Silesian University of Medicine at the Department of Pneumonology in Katowice Poland. She has completed fellowship program in Internal Medicine and then in Pulmonology and Allergology. She awarded the degree of Doctor of Medicine from the Silesian University of Medicine in Katowice and the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (field medical psychology). The main research and publications concerns using scales and quality of life assessment in medicine. Dr. Farnik is author of a scale addressed to parents of the child with chronic diseases, which was translated into 10 language versions. Awarded by Silesian University of Medicine for her input in quality of life researches and students education

Part I. Neuropsychiatric and Lung Physiology.- Delirium permanence during resolution phase of massive pneumonia in patient with COPD exacerbation.- Pattern of psychology responses in acute and chronic respiratory failure.- Epidemiology of neuropsychiatric disorders in ventilator management.- Part II. Psychiatric Disorders in Respiratory Failure. Key Concepts.- Psychiatric disorders in respiratory failure. Key concepts.- Concept of "vulnerable to stress" critical illness-psychological stress and susceptibility in noninvasive ventilator support.- Evaluation of susceptibility to psychological stress and psychopathology in noninvasive ventilator support.- Part III. Acute psychiatric disorders that may develop during noninvasive ventilator support. Acute and chronic conditions.- Measurements and scores: Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS).- Anxiety - Hyperventilation Syndrome.- Depression.- Post-traumatic stress disorder.- Delirium.- Part IV. Diagnosis of Psychiatric Disorders In Respiratory Failure-Non Invasive Ventilator Support.- Identified risk factors for prolonged psychiatric- active or passive stressors (socioeconomic status; prior psychiatric morbidity) .- Part V. Noninvasive Ventilation: Acute Respiratory Failure.- Psychopatological problems in Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).- Noninvasive Ventilation in Asthma.- Neuromuscular disorders.- Acute Respiratory failure in Pneumonia.- Acute neurologic disorders.- Noninvasive ventilation in pandemic, bioterrorism high risk infections.- Part VI. Noninvasive Ventilation: Chronic Respiratory Failure.- Long term ventilator depend patients-NIV.- Sleep breathing disorders.- Psychotic disorders-NIV.- Neurodegenerative disorders / Dementia.- Chronic neurologic disorders.- Part VII. Outcome, Quality of Life, Palliative Care.- Risk factors for prolonged psychiatric morbidity during noninvasive ventilator support.- Neurology and psychiatric sequelae of intensive care: impact on quality of life.- Neurology and psychiatric disorders- Long-term implications for health care system.- Neurocognitive and emotional morbidity and quality of life.- Psychological, social and economic impacts.- Neurology and psychiatric cognitive recovery.- Noninvasive ventilation and palliative applications. Do not endotracheal intubation in neurology and psychiatry.- Neuropsychiatric disorders in Pulmonary rehabilitation.- Part VIII. Treatment-Interventions and Prevention.- Physical activity / emotional response in noninvasive ventilator users.- New technologies directed on physical activity. Tele-health - tele-interventions-neurology and psychiatry.- Prevention-Tools for neurology and psychiatric disorders in noninvasive ventilation (delirium prevention/management-sleep promotion).- Part IX. Further Research.- The role of neurocognitive disorders in clinical ageism: a key factor for NIV?.- Neuropsychiatric disorders during noninvasive ventilation.

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