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Core Topics in Neuroanesthesia and Neurointensive Care is an authoritative and practical clinical text that offers clear diagnostic and management guidance for a wide range of neuroanesthesia and neurocritical care problems. With coverage of every aspect of the discipline by outstanding world experts, this should be the first book to which practitioners turn for easily accessible and definitive advice. Initial sections cover relevant anatomy, physiology and pharmacology, intraoperative and critical care monitoring and neuroimaging. These are followed by detailed sections covering all aspects of neuroanesthesia and neurointensive care in both adult and pediatric patients. The final chapter discusses ethical and legal issues. Each chapter delivers a state-of-the art review of clinical practice, including outcome data when available. Enhanced throughout with numerous clinical photographs and line drawings, this practical and accessible text is key reading for trainee and consultant anesthetists and critical care specialists.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.80(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Basil F. Matta is Divisional Director, Emergency and Perioperative Care, and Associate Medical Director, Department of Neuroanaesthesia, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, UK.
David K. Menon is Head of the Division of Anaesthesia, University of Cambridge, and Consultant, Neurosciences Critical Care Unit, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, UK.
Martin Smith is Consultant and Honorary Professor, Department of Neuroanaesthesia and Neurocritical Care, University College London NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK.
Table of Contents
Part I. Applied Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology: 1. Anatomical considerations in neuroanesthesia Nicole C. Keong and Rob MacFarlane; 2. The cerebral circulation Tonny Veenith and David Menon; 3. Mechanisms of neuronal injury and cerebral protection Christian Werner and Kristin Engelhard; Part II. Monitoring and Imaging: 4. Intracranial pressure Christian Zweifel, Peter Hutchinson and Marek Czosnyka; 5. Bedside management of cerebral blood flow Amit Prakash and Basil F. Matta; 6. Cerebral oxygenation Ari Encole and Arun K. Gupta; 7. Brain tissue biochemistry Arnab Ghosh and Martin Smith; 8. Neurophysiology Dick Moberg; 9. Multimodality monitoring Nino Stocchetti and Luca Longhi; 10. Imaging Jonathan P. Coles and David Menon; Part III. Neuroanesthesia: 11. General considerations in neuroanesthesia Armagan Dagal and Arthur M. Lam; 12. Anesthesia for supratentorial surgery Judith Dinsmore; 13. Anesthesia for intracranial vascular surgery and carotid disease Basil F. Matta and Jane Sturgess; 14. Principles of pediatric neurosurgery Craig D. McClain and Sulpicio Soriano; 15. Anesthesia for spinal surgery Ian Calder; 16. Anesthetic management of posterior fossa lesions Tonny Veenith and Anthony Absalom; 17. Anesthesia for neurosurgery without craniotomy Rowan M. Burnstein, C. Poon and Andrea Lavinio; Part IV. Neurointensive Care: 18. Overview of neurointensive care Martin Smith; 19. Brain tissue biochemistry Martin Smith and Magnus Teig; 20. Post-operative care of neurosurgical patients Christoph S. Buckhart, Stephan P. Strebel and Luzius A. Steiner; 21. Traumatic brain injury Ari Encole and David K. Menon; 22. Management of aneurismal subarachnoid hemorrhage in the neurointensive care unit Frank Rasulo and Basil F. Matta; 23. Intracerebral hemorrhage Fred Rincon and Stephen Mayer; 24. Spinal cord injury Rik Fox; 25. Occlusive cerebrovascular disease Stefan Schwab, Martin Kohrmann and Lorenz Breuer; 26. Neuromuscular disorders Nicholas Hirsch and Robin Howard; 27. Seizures Brian Lemkuil, Andrew W. Michell and David K. Menon; 28. Central nervous system infections and inflammation Amanda Cox; 29. Intensive care of cardiac arrest survivors Andrea Lavinio and Basil F. Matta; 30. Death and organ donation in neurocritical care Paul G. Murphy; 31. Ethical and legal issues Derek Duane; 32. Assessment and management of coma Nicholas Hirsh and Robin Howard; Index.