Handbook of Neuroanesthesia

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Thoroughly updated, the 5th edition of the Handbook of Neuroanesthesia is an essential guide to perioperative management of neurosurgical patients.

Written in an outline format for quick reference, this handbook provides detailed information about the anesthetic management of neurosurgical and neuroradiologic procedures and the intensive care of neurosurgical patients as well as those who have sustained traumatic brain and spinal cord injury.

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Overview

Thoroughly updated, the 5th edition of the Handbook of Neuroanesthesia is an essential guide to perioperative management of neurosurgical patients.

Written in an outline format for quick reference, this handbook provides detailed information about the anesthetic management of neurosurgical and neuroradiologic procedures and the intensive care of neurosurgical patients as well as those who have sustained traumatic brain and spinal cord injury.

Each chapter also includes clinical cases, summaries, and chapter highlights, giving readers all the information needed to confidently put what they learned to use in real life neuroanesthesia and neurocritical care cases.

FEATURES
• Vital pre-operative, post-operative, intra-operative, and peri-operative techniques are extensively covered
• New chapter on information technology to guide readers to online medical resources and search modalities
• Website references listed in each chapter

Thoroughly updated for its Fourth Edition, this handbook is a complete, convenient, and practical guide to perioperative management of neurosurgical patients. In a quick-reference outline format, the book provides detailed instructions on anesthetic management during all neurosurgical and neuroradiologic procedures and on intensive care of neurosurgical patients and patients with head injury. This edition covers new developments in interventional neuroradiology, treatment of cerebral and spinal cord ischemia, awake craniotomy, and therapies for children with central nervous system diseases. New material is also included on acute treatment of stroke, brain death, and management of brain-dead patients during harvest of donated organs.

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Editorial Reviews

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 "This is an outstanding guide to most aspects of this subspecialty. It is easy to read (and carry!), and should be essential reading for every trainee (resident or SRNA) on the neuroanesthesia service. The new style and the many new chapters/authors make this edition a refreshing and worthwhile contribution. Dr. Newfield and Dr. Cottrell have edited an excellent book."

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Martin H Dauber, MD(University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)

 

Weighted Numerical Score: 91 - 4 Stars!

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Reviewer: Martin H Dauber, MD (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This is the fifth edition of a collaborative effort amongst anesthesiologists, neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists, and others to cover the essentials of the administration of high quality neuroanesthesia care.
Purpose: It is intended to be an essential guide, in a quick-reference format, to the perioperative management of neurosurgical patients. All of the topics in contemporary practice are covered, yet this book does not provide "recipes" for any case. An easy-to-carry 450-page softcover, this handbook succeeds in meeting the goals of its two, most accomplished, editors.
Audience: While this is undoubtedly written for anesthesia residents doing their neuroanesthesia rotation, it can serve as a pocket guide for anyone occasionally called upon to care for these patients. Whereas the editors, Dr. Philippa Newfield and Dr. James Cottrell, are giants in the field of clinical neuroanesthesia, the chapter authors range from trainees to an international cadre of master professors.
Features: Each chapter begins with an illustrative case, which gives readers a certain perspective. Introductory topics are followed by many of the standard types of cases. Some are covered in great depth (spinal cord injury) while others (awake craniotomy) receive much more fleeting discussion. At the end of the book are two excellent and welcome chapters covering information technology and the guidelines for prevention of perioperative neuropathies, so important to neuroanesthesia practice. For the many anesthesiologists who don't practice the subspecialty of neuroanesthesia, the inclusion of suggested specific techniques might have been helpful.
Assessment: This is an outstanding guide to most aspects of this subspecialty. It is easy to read (and carry!), and should be essential reading for every trainee (resident or SRNA) on the neuroanesthesia service. The new style and the many new chapters/authors make this edition a refreshing and worthwhile contribution. Dr. Newfield and Dr. Cottrell have edited an excellent book.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605479651
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 10/12/2012
  • Edition description: Fifth
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 480
  • Sales rank: 1,046,354
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS

Physiology and Metabolism of the Brain and Spinal Cord
Ira S. Kass

Effects of Anesthesia on Cerebral and Spinal Cord Physiology
Rosemary Hickey

Neurophysiologic Monitoring
Sean Kincaid and Arthur M. Lam

Cerebral Protection and Resuscitation
Myrna Morales, Janet Pittman, and James E. Cottrell

Proper Management of Pain in the Neurosurgical Patient
Timothy R. Deer

ANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT

Anesthetic Management of Head Trauma
Takefumi Sakabe and Audrée A. Bendo

Anesthesia for Supratentorial Tumors
Nicolas J. Bruder and Patrick A. Ravussin

Anesthesia for Posterior Fossa Surgery
Deborah J. Culley and Gregory Crosby

Anesthetic Management of Intracranial Aneurysms
Philippa Newfield and Audrée A. Bendo

Ischemic Cerebrovascular Disease
Ian A. Herrick, Miquel F. Arango, and Adrian W. Gelb

Neuroendocrine Tumors: Pathophysiology
David Schreibman and M. Jane Matjasko

Epilepsy, Epilepsy Surgery, Awake Craniotomy for Tumor Surgery, and Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Pirjo Hellen Manninen and Jee Jian See

Spinal Cord: Injury and Procedures
Gary R. Stier, Joseph P. Giffin, Daniel J. Cole, Stephen Onesti, and Elie Fried

Pediatric Neuroanesthesia
Philippa Newfield, Lawrence H. Feld, and Rukaiya K.A. Hamid

Neurosurgery in the Pregnant Patient
David J. Wlody and Lela D. Weems

Anesthetic Management of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Interventional Neuroradiologic Procedures
Shailendra Joshi, Sundeep Mangla, and William L. Young

Diagnostic Neuroradiology
Deborah M. Whelan, Melissa A. Laxton, and Patricia H. Petrozza

PACU AND INTENSIVE CARE

Complications in the Postanesthesia Care Unit
Jean Charchaflieh and Samrat H. Worah

Respiratory Care of the Neurosurgical Patient
Irene Rozet and Karen B. Domino

Cardiovascular Therapy
Steven J. Allen and C. Lee Parmley

Fluid Management
Concezione Tommasino

Nutritional Support in the Critically Ill Patient
John Taylor and Linda L. Liu

Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, and Brain Death
Seth Manoach and Jean Charchaflieh

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