Tracheotomy: Airway Management, Communication, and Swallowing / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
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- Plural Pub Inc
A new edition of a highly popular and successful coverage of the subject, Tracheotomy has now been fully revised, updated and expanded, with new chapters including Dr. John Schaefer's Alternatives to Tracheotomy and Teaching Airway Management. In addition, Dr. Harvey Slater has contributed an excellent new chapter with current concepts on management of tracheotomy in burn patients. Advances in technology leading to improvements in tracheostomy tubes are reflected in a chapter on the subject by Professor Carl-Eric Lindholm from Sweden. Other advances and new techniques and practices are reflected throughout, including the management of airway problems in newborn children using the EXIT technique.
|Publisher:||Plural Pub Inc|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.20(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.80(d)|
Table of ContentsSection I: Airway Management. The History of Tracheotomy. Roland D. Eavey, M.D. Alternatives to Tracheotomy. Jonas T. Johnson, M.D. Technique and Complications of Tracheotomy in Adults. Eugene N. Myers, M.D. Technique and Complication of Tracheotomy in the Pediatric Age Group. Robert F. Yellon, M.D. Selecting a Tracheostomy Tube: Current Options. Melony A. Stanton, M.S., and Thomas Murry, Ph.D. Section II: Rehabilitation. Nursing Management of the Patient with a Tracheostomy. Barbara A. Sigler, R.N. Long-Term Care and the Tracheostomy Patient. David A. Nace, M.D., and Andrea Fox, M.D. Tracheotomy in the Intensive Care Setting. Karen Kost, M.D. Communication Options for Tracheostomy and Ventilator Dependent Patients. Marta S. Kazandjian, M.S., and Karen J. Dikeman, M.A. Management of Swallowing in the Patient with a Tracheostomy. Thomas Murry, Ph.D. Section III: Tracheotomy: Special Considerations. Burn Patients. Robert M. Kellman, M.D., and William R. Clark, M.D. HIV and AIDS. Frank E. Lucente, M.D. Tracheostomy in Obese and Morbidly Obese Patients. Philip S. Ledereich, M.D. Tracheostomy in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome. Philip S. Ledereich, M.D.