Principles and Practice of Anesthesia for Thoracic SurgeryEditat de Peter Slinger, MD, FRCPC
en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – 12 Jul 2011
Principles and Practice of Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery will serve as an updated comprehensive review covering not only the recent advances, but also topics that haven't been covered in previously published texts: extracorporeal ventilatory support, new advances in chest imaging modalities, lung isolation with a difficult airway, pulmonary thrombo-endarterectomy, and chronic post-thoracotomy pain. Additionally, the book features clinical case discussions at the end of each clinical chapter as well as tables comprising detailed anesthetic management.
Ch. 1. History of Thoracic Anesthesiology.- Part I. Preoperative Evaluation.- Ch. 2. Preanesthetic Assessment for Thoracic Surgery.- Ch. 3. Thoracic Imaging.- Part II. Thoracic Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology.- Ch. 4. Essential Anatomy and Physiology of the Respiratory System and the Pulmonary Circulation.- Ch. 5. Physiology of the Lateral Decubitus, Open Chest and One-Lung Ventilation.- Ch. 6. Clinical Management of One-Lung Ventilation.- Ch. 7. Non-respiratory Functions of the Lungs.- Ch. 8. Pharmacology of the Airways.- Ch. 9. Pharmacology of the Pulmonary Circulation.- Ch. 10. Perioperative Lung Injury.- Part III. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures of the Trachea and Airways.- Ch. 11. Bronchoscopic Procedures.- Ch. 12. Intravenous Anesthesia for Thoracic Procedures.- Ch. 13. Tracheal Resection and Reconstruction.- Part IV. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures of the Mediastinum.- Ch. 14. Anesthesia for Patients with Mediastinal Masses.- Ch. 15. Thymic Surgery and Paraendocrine Syndromes.- Part V. Anesthetic Management for Intra-Thoracic Surgery.- Ch. 16. Lung Isolation.- Ch. 17. Lung Isolation in Patients with Difficult Airways.- Ch. 18. Intraoperative Patient Positioning and Neurological Injuries.- Ch. 19. Intraoperative Monitoring.- Ch. 20. Intraoperative transesophageal echocardiography for thoracic surgery.- Ch. 21. Intra-operative Ventilation Strategies for Thoracic Surgery.- Ch. 22. Anesthesia for Open Pulmonary Resection-A Systems Approach.- Ch. 23. Anesthesia for Video Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery.- Part VI. Specific Patient Considerations.- Ch. 24. Anesthesia for Patients with End Stage Lung Disease.- Ch. 25. Thoracic Surgery in the Elderly.- Ch. 26. Thoracic Anesthesia for Morbidly Obese Patients and Obese Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea.- Part VII. Complex Thoracic Surgical procedures.- Ch. 27. Surgery of the Chest Wall and Diaphragm.- Ch. 28. Extrapleural Pneumonectomy.- Ch. 29. Pancoast tumors and Combined Spinal Resections.- Ch. 30. Anesthesia for Esophageal Surgery.- Ch. 31. Anesthetic for Robotic Thoracic Surgery.- Ch. 32. Anesthesia for Combined Cardiac and Thoracic Procedures.- Part VIII. Anesthetic Management of Uncommon Pulmonary Procedures.- Ch. 33. Anesthetic Considerations for Infectious, Congenital, and Acquired Pulmonary Disorders.- Ch. 34. Massive Hemoptysis.- Ch. 35. Whole Lung Lavage.- Part IX. Anesthesia for Surgical procedures for End-Stage Lung Diseases.- Ch. 36. Lung Volume Reduction.- Ch. 37. Lung Transplantation.- Ch. 38. Anesthesia for Pulmonary Thromboendarterectomy.- Part X. Anesthesia Pediatric Thoracic Surgical Procedures.- Ch. 39. Anesthesia for Pediatric Thoracic Surgery.- Part XI. Trauma.- Ch. 40. Anesthetic Management for Thoracic Trauma.- Part XII. Post-operative Management.- Ch. 41. Anesthetic Management of Post-thoracotomy Complications.- Ch. 42. Postoperative Respiratory Failure and Treatment.- Ch. 43. Postoperative Management: Extracorporeal Ventilatory Therapy.- Ch. 44. Cardiovascular Adaptations and Complications.- Ch. 45. Post-thoracotomy Surgical Management and Complications.- Ch. 46. Pain management after thoracic surgery.- Ch. 47. Prevention and Management of Chronic Post-thoracotomy Pain.
“Principles and Practice of Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery will become the reference textbook of choice for thoracic anesthesia. … This is the most comprehensive text to date on noncardiac thoracic anesthesia. … The information is clearly readable and useful for early learners. … a useful resource and starting point for individuals preparing presentations on topics pertaining to thoracic anesthesia. … this is an excellent textbook, and a copy should find its way into every department of anesthesia, academic or community, involved with thoracic surgery.” (Calvin Thompson, Canadian Journal of Anesthesia/Journal canadien d'anesthésie, Vol. 60, 2013)
“This book sets out to be a comprehensive and up-to-date reference textbook suitable for all grades of practitioners in thoracic anesthesia. … This book is generally excellent with numerous high-quality bronchoscopy images and will become the standard international large reference textbook. … All thoracic surgical centres should have a copy in their libraries. Many senior thoracic anaesthetists and fellows will want to own their own copies.” (J. H. Mackay and S. J. Gray, British Journal of Anaesthesia, Vol. 110 (5), 2013)
“Peter Slinger, a renowned expert in thoracic anesthesiology, has brought together more than 60 contributors … to produce this comprehensive text addressing the global practice of anesthesia for thoracic surgery. ... Slinger and colleagues have added significant value ... by including explanations of surgical technique in common, uncommon, and complex pulmonary procedures. ... Chapters on anesthesia for pediatric thoracic surgery, anesthetic management of thoracic trauma, transesophageal echocardiography applications during thoracic surgery ... establish this text as the most current and comprehensive work available. ... The book is ... an invaluable resource ... .” (Joseph P. Mathew, Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 307 (4), January, 2012)
“This comprehensive book on all aspects of anesthesia related to noncardiac thoracic surgery covers anatomy and physiology, diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, patient considerations and, of course, anesthetic implications of each. … This book’s worthy objectives are met -- fully. … It is also a wonderful reference for seasoned anesthesiologists. … Every single chapter has a clinical case that is interesting and serves as a good review. … this book is excellent. … it represents the field in an outstanding fashion.” (Martin Dauber, Doody's Book Reviews, October, 2011)
Peter D. Slinger, MD, FRCPC, is Professor of Anesthesiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, and Staff Anesthesiologist, Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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Comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date, Principles and Practice of Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery covers all aspects of anesthesia for diagnostic and therapeutic thoracic procedures, including advances not addressed by other volumes, such as extracorporeal ventilatory support, new chest imaging modalities, lung isolation with a difficult airway, pulmonary thromboendarterectomy, chronic postthoracotomy pain, management of one-lung anesthesia, lung isolation, lung transplantation,and pharmacologic therapy of pulmonary hypertension. The book is aimed at residents, fellows, and staff anesthesiologists, as well as nurse anesthetists, nurse practitioners, and anesthesia assistants.
Major topics and special features:
Underlying basic science
Preoperative evaluation of the patient
The complicating factors of significant co-morbidities and/or advanced age
Uncommon and complex thoracic surgical procedures
End-stage lung disease
Pediatric Thoracic Anesthesia
“Key Points” summarizing each chapter’s Highlights
Clinical case discussion, with the Author’s recommendations, in every clinical chapter
Renowned world experts cover leading edge topics and advances not addressed in other volumes, including extracorporeal ventilatory support, new chest imaging modalities, lung isolation with a difficult airway, pulmonary thrombo-endarterectomy, chronic post-thoracotomy pain, management of one-lung anesthesia, lung isolation, lung transplantation, and pharmacologic therapy of pulmonary hypertension
Chapters open with summary of “Key Points” covered and end with clinical case discussions that allow readers to compare their solution with the chapter authors’