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Overview

A distinguished list of contributors from some of the major international centers covers this specialty like never before. With recent advances in ultrasound technology and pharmacology the expertise required to care for a critically ill child with heart disease takes an integrated approach with a multidisciplinary team and central focus. This resource provides comprehensive discussions of pertinent cardiac issues in the ICU setting with emphasis on perioperative care.

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.

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Reviewer: Geoffrey L. Rosenthal, MD, PhD (University of Washington School of Medicine)
Description: Pediatric cardiac intensive care is an emerging and rapidly developing subspecialty practiced in intensive care and recovery units by pediatric cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons, pediatric intensivists, neonatologists, and cardiovascular anesthesiologists. This book is a reference text for physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals working with infants and children with critical cardiovascular disease.
Purpose: The contributors review basic pediatric cardiac anatomy, dysmorphology, physiology, pathophysiology, surgery, and anesthesia, in addition to basic principles of critical care relevant to cardiac patients. Heart-lung interactions and neurological issues are reviewed. A rational approach to routine perioperative care for common cardiac lesions is detailed. Mechanical cardiovascular support, cardiac transplantation, and evaluation and treatment of chronic and acquired pediatric heart disease are also discussed.
Audience: It is written for physicians, nurses, allied health professionals, and students caring for critically ill pediatric cardiac patients.
Features: The text reviews basic cardiovascular anatomy, pathophysiology, and pharmacology. Heart-lung interactions are described, both in the normal state and in the presence of specific cardiovascular abnormalities. Cardiovascular diagnostics and imaging are detailed well. Rational care plans prior to and following cardiovascular surgery are outlined, including the process of "troubleshooting" when postoperative cardiovascular function is poor. Perioperative care is broadly defined, and nursing, psychosocial, and ethical issues are addressed well.
Assessment: To provide optimal care in pediatric cardiac critical care, practitioners must have a broad and deep understanding of cardiovascular anatomy and pathophysiology, interactions between the cardiovascular and other organ systems, and pharmacology. Problems arising in the postoperative period must be approached rationally. This book exemplifies the team approach needed to optimize care of critically ill pediatric cardiac patients. The contributors are leaders, both in their respective disciplines and in pediatric cardiac intensive care. This text is an integrated and inclusive resource with both breadth and specificity.
Geoffrey L. Rosenthal
Pediatric cardiac intensive care is an emerging and rapidly developing subspecialty practiced in intensive care and recovery units by pediatric cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons, pediatric intensivists, neonatologists, and cardiovascular anesthesiologists. This book is a reference text for physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals working with infants and children with critical cardiovascular disease. The contributors review basic pediatric cardiac anatomy, dysmorphology, physiology, pathophysiology, surgery, and anesthesia, in addition to basic principles of critical care relevant to cardiac patients. Heart-lung interactions and neurological issues are reviewed. A rational approach to routine perioperative care for common cardiac lesions is detailed. Mechanical cardiovascular support, cardiac transplantation, and evaluation and treatment of chronic and acquired pediatric heart disease are also discussed. It is written for physicians, nurses, allied health professionals, and students caring for critically ill pediatric cardiac patients. The text reviews basic cardiovascular anatomy, pathophysiology, and pharmacology. Heart-lung interactions are described, both in the normal state and in the presence of specific cardiovascular abnormalities. Cardiovascular diagnostics and imaging are detailed well. Rational care plans prior to and following cardiovascular surgery are outlined, including the process of ""troubleshooting"" when postoperative cardiovascular function is poor. Perioperative care is broadly defined, and nursing, psychosocial, and ethical issues are addressed well. To provide optimal care in pediatric cardiac critical care, practitioners must have a broadand deep understanding of cardiovascular anatomy and pathophysiology, interactions between the cardiovascular and other organ systems, and pharmacology. Problems arising in the postoperative period must be approached rationally. This book exemplifies the team approach needed to optimize care of critically ill pediatric cardiac patients. The contributors are leaders, both in their respective disciplines and in pediatric cardiac intensive care. This text is an integrated and inclusive resource with both breadth and specificity.
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Text designed for those involved in the care of critically ill neonates and children with heart disease. Thirty-six multidisciplinary contributions discuss basic principles; perioperative care of congenital heart disease; special cardiac evaluation and management and issues in intensive care; and diagnosis and management of acquired and chronic heart disease. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780683015089
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 5/28/1998
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 587
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Dedication
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgement
List of Contributors
Color Plate
Sect. I Basic Principles in Cardiology
Ch. 1 Cardiac Anatomy 3
Ch. 2 The Fetal and Neonatal Circulations 17
Ch. 3 Cardiac Physiology - Selected Topics in Normal Hearts 25
Ch. 4 Cardiac Diagnostic Evaluation 37
Ch. 5 Cardiovascular Pharmacology 45
Ch. 6 Normal Physiology of the Respiratory System 67
Sect. II Basic Principles in Intensive Care
Ch. 7 Principles of Sedation and Analgesia 85
Ch. 8 The Airway and Mechanical Ventilation 95
Ch. 9 Cardiopulmonary Interactions 107
Ch. 10 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 127
Ch. 11 Invasive and Noninvasive Monitoring 137
Sect. III Perioperative Care of Congenital Heart Disease
Ch. 12 Preoperative Care 151
Ch. 13 Postoperative Care 163
Ch. 14 Cardiopulmonary Bypass 189
Ch. 15 Shunt Lesions
15.1 Aorticopulmonary Window 201
15.2 Patent Ductus Arteriosus 203
15.3 Atrial Septal Defect 207
15.4 Ventricular Septal Defect 212
15.5 Common Atrioventricular Canal 217
15.6 Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection 223
15.7 Truncus Arteriosus 228
Ch. 16 Left Ventricular Outflow Tract Obstruction
16.1 Aortic, Subaortic, and Supravalvar Aortic Stenosis 233
16.2 Interrupted Aortic Arch 243
16.3 Coarctation of the Aorta 247
Ch. 17 Right Ventricular Outflow Tract Obstruction
17.1 Tetralogy of Fallot 257
17.2 Pulmonary Atresia with Intact Ventricular Septum/Pulmonary Stenosis 265
Ch. 18 Single Ventricle Lesions 271
Ch. 19 Other Conotruncal Lesions
19.1 Transposition of the Great Arteries 289
19.2 Double Outlet Right Ventricle 301
Ch. 20 Miscellaneous Lesions
20.1 Mitral Valve Disease 305
20.2 Anomalous Origin of the Left Coronary Artery from the Pulmonary Artery ALCAPA 312
20.3 Ebstein's Anomaly of the Tricuspid Valve 316
20.4 Rings and Slings 322
Ch. 21 Pediatric Heart and Lung Transplantation 327
Ch. 22 Mechanical Support of the Myocardium 345
Ch. 23 Pulmonary Issues 351
Ch. 24 Neurologic Disorders 369
Ch. 25 Renal Issues 387
Ch. 26 Perioperative Issues in Other Organ Systems 397
Sect. IV Special Cardiac Evaluation and Management in Cardiac Intensive Care
Ch. 27 Perioperative Radiographic Studies 407
Ch. 28 Echocardiography
28.1 Principles of Echocardiography 425
28.2 Perioperative Echocardiographic Examination in the Intensive Care Setting 440
Ch. 29 Cardiac Catheterization in the Critically Ill Cardiac Patient 447
Ch. 30 Diagnosis and Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias 461
Sect. V Diagnosis and Management of Acquired and Chronic Heart Disease
Ch. 31 The Failing Myocardium 483
Ch. 32 Pulmonary Hypertension 497
Ch. 33 Miscellaneous Topics 507
Sect. VI Issues in Cardiac Intensive Care
Ch. 34 Nursing Perspective in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit 519
Ch. 35 The Role of the Advanced Practice Nurse 525
Ch. 36 Ethical and Legal Issues 531
App Drugs 543
Index 549
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