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Core Topics in Preoperative Anaesthetic Assessment and Management

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Abhiram Prasad, Tarek Francis Antonios, Mark M. Gallagher, Hanney Gonna, Kristopher Knott, Nesan Shanmugan, Sohaib Nazir, Rajan Sharma, Vineet Prakash, Robin Ray, Bashar Ibrahim, Tarun Mittal, Aigul Baltabaeva, Shruthi Konda, Michele Ramsay, Brendan P. Madden, Fauzia Mir, A. Agatha Crerar-Gilbert, Iain A. M. MacPhee, Doris Doberenz, Marcela Vizcaychipi, Nives Dorronsoro, Anthony Perreira, Anish Gupta, Charl Jooste, Enjarn Lin, Stuart Hastings, David J. H. Shipway, Lucy A. Nolan, Ying Ying Peng, James Uprichard, Laura Tooth, Paul Collinson, Grainne Nicholson, George M. Hall, Justin A. Burke, Fernando Salazar, Roisin Monteiro, Richard George, Steve Yentis, Jignasa Modha, Ramai Santhirapala, S. Ramani Moonesinghe, Robert Hill, Jane Jackson
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  • Date Published: May 2018
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107103313

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  • Part of the popular Core Topics series, this book provides a practical guide to pre-operative assessment for consultants and trainee anaesthetists. Chapters cover comprehensive evidence-based guidance for assessing and managing patients with particular conditions, as well as perioperative risk stratification and challenges of pre-assessment. The chapters have been written by specialists in the respective clinical fields, while all content has been edited by anaesthetists to assure it is relevant and accessible to the anaesthetist in the everyday pre-operative clinic. Written specifically for anaesthetists, this resource will allow every reader to contribute effectively in a multidisciplinary approach when assessing and risk stratifying patients to ensure that they are optimised before surgery.

    • Provides practical guidance to allow anaesthetists to implement best practice for pre-operative assessment and anaesthetist-led perioperative management
    • Chapters have been written by subject specialists and edited by anaesthetists, ensuring accurate and up-to-date content pitched appropriately for the anaesthetist's needs
    • Organ and system chapters ensure the information is easy to access and understand
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    • Date Published: May 2018
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107103313
    • length: 322 pages
    • dimensions: 254 x 192 x 20 mm
    • weight: 0.86kg
    • contains: 51 b/w illus.
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. Ischaemic Heart Disease Abhiram Prasad
    2. Hypertension Tarek Francis Antonios
    3. Cardiac Arrhythmias Mark M. Gallagher and Hanney Gonna
    4. Heart failure Kristopher Knott and Nesan Shanmugan
    5A. Cardiac investigations: echocardiography Sohaib Nazir and Rajan Sharma
    5B. Cardiac investigations: myocardial perfusion imaging Vineet Prakash
    5C. Cardiac investigations: cardiac magnetic resonance Robin Ray and Bashar Ibrahim
    5D. Cardiac investigations: computed tomography angiography Vineet Prakash
    5E. Cardiac investigations: comparison of cardiac functional tests and imaging Tarun Mittal and Aigul Baltabaeva
    6. Respiratory Disease Shruti Konda, Michele Ramsay and Brendan P. Madden
    7. Difficult airway prediction Fauzia Mir and A. Agatha Crerar-Gilbert
    8. Renal Disease Iain A. M. MacPhee
    9. Neurological disease Doris Doberenz, Marcela Vizcaychipi, Nives Dorronsoro and Anthony Perreira
    10. Hepatobiliary disease Anish Gupta and Charl Jooste
    11. Neuromuscular disease Enjarn Lin and Stuart Hastings
    12. Connective tissue Disease Enjarn Lin and Stuart Hastings
    13. Immunocompromised patients Enjarn Lin and Stuart Hastings
    14. Frailty David J. H. Shipway and Lucy A. Nolan
    15. Haematology Ying Ying Peng and James Uprichard
    16. Biochemistry Laura Tooth and Paul Collinson
    17. Endocrine Disease Grainne Nicholson and George M. Hall
    18. Bariatric patients Justin A. Burke
    19. Chronic pain and addiction Fernando Salazar
    20. Obstetric Patients Roisin Monteiro, Richard George and Steve Yentis
    21. Herbal medications A. Agatha Crerar-Gilbert
    22. Anaphylaxis A. Agatha Crerar-Gilbert
    23. Legal considerations A. Agatha Crerar-Gilbert
    24. Predicting operative risk Jignasa Modha, Ramai Santhirapala and S. Ramani Moonesinghe
    25. Challenges of setting up preoperative service Robert Hill and Jane Jackson.

  • Editors

    A. Agatha Crerar-Gilbert, St George's Hospital, London
    A. Agatha Crerar-Gilbert is a Consultant Cardiac Anaesthetist, Intensivist, and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's Medical School. She has first-hand experience and understanding of the needs of clinicians in pre-operative anaesthetic clinic and is an educator and examiner for the European Diploma of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care. She has a LL.M in Medical Law and Ethics and has an interest in end of life decisions in intensive care. Dr Crerar-Gilbert has a number of scientific publications in Anaesthesia, British Journal of Anaesthesia and chapters in the Oxford Desk Reference of Critical Care Book (2008) and in the Critical Care Handbook.

    Mark MacGregor, Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital Trust
    Mark MacGregor is a Consultant Vascular Anaesthetist. Specialist training at St George's Hospital, and a fellowship at the Alfred Hospital in Australia in 2012 and 2013 triggered his interest in pre-operative assessment. He has since been leading the peri-operative pathway for vascular patients at Ashford and St Peter's Hospital NHS foundation Trust in Surrey where he currently works.

    Contributors

    Abhiram Prasad, Tarek Francis Antonios, Mark M. Gallagher, Hanney Gonna, Kristopher Knott, Nesan Shanmugan, Sohaib Nazir, Rajan Sharma, Vineet Prakash, Robin Ray, Bashar Ibrahim, Tarun Mittal, Aigul Baltabaeva, Shruthi Konda, Michele Ramsay, Brendan P. Madden, Fauzia Mir, A. Agatha Crerar-Gilbert, Iain A. M. MacPhee, Doris Doberenz, Marcela Vizcaychipi, Nives Dorronsoro, Anthony Perreira, Anish Gupta, Charl Jooste, Enjarn Lin, Stuart Hastings, David J. H. Shipway, Lucy A. Nolan, Ying Ying Peng, James Uprichard, Laura Tooth, Paul Collinson, Grainne Nicholson, George M. Hall, Justin A. Burke, Fernando Salazar, Roisin Monteiro, Richard George, Steve Yentis, Jignasa Modha, Ramai Santhirapala, S. Ramani Moonesinghe, Robert Hill, Jane Jackson

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