Guest Authorship

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A practice in which senior researchers are listed as co-authors—despite having had little to do with the work involved in publishing original research reports—on research reports that are the works of others,e.g., undergraduates and postdoctoral fellows working in their lab
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The textbook consists of eight sections with 23 chapters written predominantly by one of the two main authors, with a few chapters having additional guest co-authorship. The sections follow a clinical progression from 'Basic concepts and core knowledge in mechanical ventilation'; 'Initiating ventilation'; 'Monitoring ventilation'; 'Therapeutic interventions'; 'Effects and complications of mechanical ventilation'; 'Discontinuation from ventilation and long term ventilation'; and finally 'Special aspects of ventilation'.