Anesthesia for Congenital Heart Disease / Edition 2

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Overview

This timely revision reflects the rapid advances in surgery and anesthesia for congenital heart disease that have occurred in recent years, including neonatal cardiac surgery and anesthesia, treatment of single ventricle patients, new diagnostic modalities, and developments in the catheterization laboratory. New chapters address mechanical support of the circulation, embryology, and quality/outcomes management.

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Editorial Reviews

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"This will be useful to novice as well as experienced practitioners." (Doody's, 4 November 2011)
Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Mike Hernandez, M.D.(University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This is a welcome update of a 2004 review of anesthetic considerations important in the care of patients with congenital heart disease.
Purpose: The book focuses on the many new and novel developments in the theory and practice of pediatric cardiac anesthesia.
Audience: Although the book is geared for clinical practitioners, many sections aim to supplement practitioners' practical knowledge with information on embryology, outcomes research, and advocacy. The combination of practical and more theoretical content results in a well-rounded update for both novice and experienced practitioners.
Features: The various congenital cardiac lesions are discussed, but the utility of the book is enhanced by its discussion of topics in other areas such as cardiology, embryology, radiology, and the basic sciences. Innovations such as hybrid procedures, extracorporeal assist devices, and the evolution of the subspecialty of pediatric cardiac anesthesia all receive new coverage.
Assessment: Not many books focus on the anesthetic considerations inherent in the care of patients with congenital heart disease. This one does a good job of concisely presenting a well-rounded view of the information essential for effective practice in this challenging patient population. Chapters covering pediatric cardiac anesthesia history, embryology, and new innovations enrich readers' background knowledge. This book will not replace a good surgical or critical care book for information related to specific operations or extensive perioperative considerations, but that is not its intent. The second edition represents a useful update to the first, with vital coverage of new technology and information that impacts practice. This will be useful to novice as well as experienced practitioners.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781405186346
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/1/2010
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 654
  • Sales rank: 715,730
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Dean B. Andropoulos, MD, MHCM
Anesthesiologist-in-Chief Texas Children's Hospital;
Professor, Anesthesiology and Pediatrics,
Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs
Department of Anesthesiology
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX, USA

Stephen Stayer, MD
Professor of Anesthesiology and Pediatrics
Baylor College of Medicine
Associate Chief of Anesthesiology
Medical Directory of Perioperative Services
Texas Children's Hospital
Houston, TX, USA

Emad B. Mossad, MD
Director, Arthur S. Keats Division of Pediatric Cardiovascular Anesthesiology
Texas Children’s Hospital;
Professor, Anesthesiology and Pediatrics
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX, USA

Wanda C. Miller-Hance, MD, FACC, FAAP, FASE
Associate Director, Arthur S. Keats Division of Pediatric Cardiovascular Anesthesiology
Director of Intraoperative Echocardiography, Texas Children’s Hospital
Professor, Anesthesiology (Pediatric Anesthesiology) and Pediatrics (Cardiology)
Baylor College of Medicine Houston, TX, USA

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Table of Contents

Preface.

Acknowledgements.

Part 1: History, Education, Outcomes, and Science.

Chapter 1: History of Anesthesia for Congenital Heart Disease (Dolly D. Hansen, M.D. and Paul R. Hickey, M.D.).

Chapter 2: Education for Anesthesia in Patients with Congenital Cardiac Disease (Sugantha Sundar, M.D. and James, A. DiNardo, M.D., F.A.A.P.).

Chapter 3: Quality, Outcomes, and Databases in Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia (David F. Vener, M.D.).

Chapter 4: Embryology, Development, and Nomenclature of Congenital Heart Disease (Ivan Wilmot, M.D. and Wanda C. Miller-Hance, M.D.).

Chapter 5: Physiology and Molecular Biology of the Developing Circulation (Dean B. Andropoulos, M.D., M.H.C.M.).

Chapter 6: Anesthetic Agents and Their Cardiovascular Effects (Dean B. Andropoulos, M.D., M.H.C.M.).

Chapter 7: Cardiopulmonary Bypass (Ralph Gertler, M.D. and Dean B. Andropoulos, M.D.).

Chapter 8: The Inflammatory Response and Its Modification (Emad B. Mossad, M.D. and Elumalai Appachi, M.D.).

Part 2: Monitoring.

Chapter 9: Vascular Access and Monitoring (Dean B. Andropoulos, M.D., M.H.C.M.).

Chapter 10: Neurologic Monitoring and Outcome (Chandra Ramamoorthy, M.B., B.S.; F.F.A.(UK) and Dean B. Andropoulos, M.D.).

Chapter 11: Transesophageal Echocardiography in Congenital Heart Disease (Isobel A Russell, M.D., Ph.D. and Wanda C. Miller-Hance, M.D.).

Chapter 12: Bleeding and Coagulation: Monitoring and Management (Bruce E. Miller, M.D. and Glyn D. Williams, M.B.Ch.B., F.F.A).

Part 3: Preoperative Considerations.

Chapter 13: Preoperative Evaluation and Preparation (Emad B. Mossad, M.D. and Javier Joglar, M.D.).

Chapter 14: Approach to the Fetus, Premature, and Full-Term Infant (Kirsten C. Odegard, M.D. and Peter C. Laussen, M.B.B.S.).

Chapter 15: Approach to the Teenaged and Adult Patient (Victor C. Baum, M.D. and Duncan G. de Souza, M.D.).

Part 4: Management.

Chapter 16: Hemodynamic Management (Dean B. Andropoulos, M.D.).

Chapter 17: Arrhythmias: Diagnosis and Management (Jeffrey J. Kim, M.D., Kathryn K. Collins, M.D. and Wanda C. Miller-Hance, M.D.).

Chapter 18: Airway and Ventilatory Management (Stephen A. Stayer, M.D. and Gregory B. Hammer, M.D.).

Chapter 19: Regional Anesthesia and Postoperative Pain Management (M. Gail Boltz, M.D., Gregory B. Hammer, M.D. and Dean B. Andropoulos, M.D., M.H.C.M.).

Part 5: Anesthesia for Specific Lesions.

Chapter 20: Anesthesia for Left-to-Right Shunt Lesions (Scott G. Walker, M.D.).

Chapter 21: Anesthesia for Left-Sided Obstructive Lesions (James P. Spaeth, M.D. and Andreas W. Loepke, M.D., Ph.D.).

Chapter 22: Anesthesia for Right-Sided Obstructive Lesions (Michael L. Schmitz, M.D. and Sana Ullah, M.D.).

Chapter 23: Anesthesia for Transposition of the Great Vessels (Kathryn Rouine-Rapp, M.D.).

Chapter 24: Anesthesia for the Patient with a Single Ventricle (Laura K. Diaz, M.D., Susan C. Nicolson, M.D. and James M. Steven, M.D.).

Chapter 25: Anesthesia for Miscellaneous Cardiac Lesions (Maria Markakis Zestos, M.D. and Dean B. Andropoulos, M.D., M.H.C.M.).

Chapter 26: Anesthesia for Cardiac and Pulmonary Transplantation (Glyn D. Williams, M.B.Ch.B., F.F.A. and Chandra Ramamoorthy, M.B., B.S., F.F.A. and Sharma Anshuman, M.D., F.F.A.R.C.S.I., M.B.A.).

Part 6: Anesthesia Outside the Cardiac Operating Room.

Chapter 27: Anesthesia for the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory (Philip D. Arnold, B.M., F.R.C.A., Helen M. Holtby, M.B.B.S., F.R.C.P.C. and Dean B. Andropoulos, M.D., M.H.C.M.).

Chapter 28: Anesthesia for Noncardiac Surgery and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Laura K. Diaz, M.D.).

Chapter 29: Cardiac Intensive Care (Peter C. Laussen, M.B.B.S. and Stephen J. Roth, M.D., M.P.H.).

Chapter 30: Mechanical Support of the Circulation (Pablo Motta, M.D., Brain W. Duncan, M.D. and Stephen Stayer, M.D.).

Appendix : Texas Children’s Hospital Pediatric Cardiovascular Anesthesia Drug Sheet (March 2009).

Index.

Colour plate section.

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