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Atlas of Intestinal Stomas

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Designed to provide a highly visual reference for surgeons and other members of the patient management team, Atlas of Intestinal Stomas is based on the 1967 gold standard text, Turnbull and Weakly’s Atlas of Intestinal Stomas. Additions include chapters on anatomy and physiology, biliary stomas, pediatric ostomies, the continent ileostomy, urostomy, laparoscopic stoma construction, stomas in trauma surgery, stomas for antegrade continence enema, percutaneous ostomies, and quality of life. There are also sections ...

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Overview

Designed to provide a highly visual reference for surgeons and other members of the patient management team, Atlas of Intestinal Stomas is based on the 1967 gold standard text, Turnbull and Weakly’s Atlas of Intestinal Stomas. Additions include chapters on anatomy and physiology, biliary stomas, pediatric ostomies, the continent ileostomy, urostomy, laparoscopic stoma construction, stomas in trauma surgery, stomas for antegrade continence enema, percutaneous ostomies, and quality of life. There are also sections on ileostomy, colostomy, enterostomal therapy and on the management of complications of stomas such as management of the high output ostomy, enterocutaneous fistula, parastomal hernia, prolapse, and skin conditions.

The Cleveland Clinic pioneered the entire practice of ostomies, beginning in 1858 and continuing to this day as the world’s leading academic and clinical center. The editors and contributors are all current or former Cleveland Clinic physicians and instructors. The fundamental focus of the book is not only how to install ostomies, but how to avoid complications and how to treat complications when they arise. Atlas of Intestinal Stomas will be of great value to colorectal and general surgeons, both in practice and in training.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: John C. Byrn, MD (University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics)
Description: This update of a book on intestinal stomas continues the long history of excellence established by the first edition in 1967, supplying a comprehensive account of the indications, techniques, and complications of stoma care, creation, and takedown.
Purpose: The very worthy goal is to provide a comprehensive book on not only the creation of intestinal stomas but their maintenance, trouble-shooting, takedown, and general anatomical and physiological concerns.
Audience: It is written for practicing surgeons by leaders in their fields.
Features: This comprehensive book addresses all things pertaining to the indications and technical considerations of creation, maintenance, takedown, and stoma anatomy and physiology. The multiauthored format allows fresh perspectives and well-written, concise text. The illustrations are outstanding.
Assessment: The easy-to-read format and breathtaking illustrations make this a quality book second to none.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780387788500
  • Publisher: Springer New York
  • Publication date: 2/7/2012
  • Edition description: 2012
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 291
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface

Acknowledgements

Dedication

Contributors List

1. Intestinal Stomas: Historical Overview
James S. Wu

2. Gastrointestinal Anatomy
Richard L. Drake and Jennifer M. McBride

3. Structure and Function of the Large Bowel
Ann Brannigan and James M. Church

4. Physiologic and Metabolic Effects of Intestinal Stomas
John L. Rombeau

5. Quality of Life of the Ostomate
Meagan Costedio and James I. Merlino

6. Wound, Ostomy, and Continence/Enterostomal Therapy (WOC/ET) Nursing
Paula Erwin-Toth, Barbara J. Hocevar, and Linda J. Stricker

7. Ileostomy
Luca Schi

8. Medical Management of the High Output Enterostomy and Enterocutaneous Fistula
Neha R. Parekh and Douglas L. Seidner

9. Intestinal Stomas and the Biliary Tree
Michael D. Johnson and John J. Fung

10. Continent Ileostomy
Ravi Pokala Kiran and Victor W. Fazio

11. Colostomy: Types, Indications, Formation and Reversal
Thomas E. Garofalo

12. Laparoscopic Ostomy Surgery
Daniel P. Geisler and Hermann Kessler

13. Ostomies in Trauma
Matthew C. Byrnes and Greg J. Beilman

14. CCF Color Photo Gallery
Victor W. Fazio, Paula Erwin-Toth, James M. Church, and James S. Wu
15. Stomas Via Percutaneous Endoscopy
Michelle D. Inkster and John J. Vargo II

16. Gastrointestinal Stomas in Infants and Children
David K. Magnuson and Oliver S. Soldes

17. Antegrade Colonic Enema (ACE)
Brooke Gurland, Crina Floruta, and Ian Lavery

18. Urinary Stomas
Amit R. Patel and Amr F. Fergany

19. Enterocutaneous Fistula
Hasan T. Kirat and Feza H. Remzi

20. Parastomal Hernia
Matthew F. Kalady and Ian C. Lavery

21. Surgical Treatment of Peristomal Skin Conditions
Eoghan T. Condon and David Dietz

22. Stomal Prolapse
Ursula Szmulowicz and Tracy Hull

23. Challenging Stomas
Ryan S. Williams and Victor W. Fazio

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