Emergency bedside ultrasound assessment is well established for adult patients, but has only recently been introduced into everyday clinical practice for the care of pediatric patients. Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound is a concise, practical text which explains the principles of ultrasound, its diagnostic application in all organ systems and its use as a procedural adjunct. Both well-established and innovative applications are described, assisting the practitioner in incorporating ultrasound into daily practice, facilitating patient care and decreasing radiation exposure. Case studies and abundant illustrations enable the reader to study the appropriate techniques in detail and learn from real examples from the pediatric emergency department and intensive care unit. Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound is the first comprehensive bedside ultrasonography resource focusing on pediatric patients and is essential reading not only for pediatric emergency medicine subspecialists but for all emergency physicians, intensivists/critical care physicians and pediatricians.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||8.80(w) x 10.80(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Stephanie J. Doniger is Director of Emergency Ultrasound and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician at the Children's Hospital and Research Center, Oakland, CA, USA.
Table of ContentsPreface; Foreword J. Christian Fox and Rebecca Kasl; Part I. Ultrasound Fundamentals: Introduction Stephanie J. Doninger; 1. Ultrasound fundamentals Alyssa Abo; 2. Getting started Jason Levy; 3. Ultrasound in austere environments Dana R. Sajed and Vicki E. Noble; Part II. Diagnostic Ultrasound: Introduction Stephanie J. Doninger; 4. Extended-focused assessment of sonography for trauma (E-FAST) H. F. Samuel Lam; 5. Limited echocardiography Stephanie J. Doninger; 6. Pulmonary ultrasound Fernando Silva and Roberto Copetti; 7. IVC, aorta assessment Faiza Al Talaq and Vicki E.Noble; 8. HEENT: ocular, sinus, neck ultrasound Jennifer Marin and Arun Nagdev; 9. Renal, bladder David Kessler; 10. The pediatric abdomen Adam Sivitz; 11. Hepatobiliary Alex Arroyo; 12. Male genitourinary: scrotal pain, swelling Joshua Rempell and Andrew S. Liteplo; 13. Obstetrics Heidi Ladner and Tony Berger; 14. Pelvic: gynecology Katja Goldflam and Resa Lewiss; Part III. Procedural Ultrasound: Introduction Stephanie J. Doninger; 15. Vascular access David Spear and Stephanie J. Doninger; 16. Bladder ultrasound for suprapubic aspiration and catheterization Alex Arroyo; 17. Ultrasound guided lumbar puncture Alyssa Abo; 18. Soft tissue applications Daniela Ramirez-Schrempp and Andrew S. Liteplo; 19. Orthopedics: extremity fractures, reductions and arthrocentesis Antonio Riera and Lei Chen; 20. Peripheral nerve blocks Jason W. J. Fischer; 21. Pericardiocentesis, thoracentesis, and paracentesis Rebecca L. Vieira; Part IV. Special Populations: Introduction Stephanie J. Doninger; 22. Cutting-edge procedures: airway Randall T. Rhyne, Jamie A. Jenkins and Beatrice Hoffmann; 23. Neonates and infants Alaa Eldermerdash, Mahmoud Elbarbary and Stephanie J. Doninger; 24. The critically ill: respiratory and hemodynamic support Mahmoud Elbarbary; Index.