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Core Topics in Cardiac Anaesthesia

Core Topics in Cardiac Anaesthesia

3rd Edition

£74.99

P. Bosco, S. A. M. Nashef, J. E. Arrowsmith, A, Awwad, S. B. Agarwal, A. I. Gardner, T. Coulson, F. Falter, S. Anderson, B. Parizkova, A. Page, J. H. MacKay, P. Catarino, F. C. Wells, Y. Abu Omar, J. Irons, B. Gibbison, S. Agarwal, A. C. Knowles, J. Brand, C. Y. Ng, A. J. Roscoe, N. J. Lees, L. F. Van Der Merwe, A. D. Ashworth, C. G. Densem, A. A. Klein, I. Walker, J. Smith, D. J. Barron, K .P. Morris, J. V. Cassidy, C .R. Bailey, D. D. L. Wong, C. W. Hogue, B. Mets, W. Tosh, C. Burt, D. Daly, S. Colah, A. Suarez, J. B. Mark, H. Grocott, B. Gregson, J. Swanevelder, L. F. Miles, M. Meineri, M. Besser, K. M. P. Salaunkey, S. J. M Law, S. E. Round, T. W. R. Lee, S. I. Jaggar, H. C. Laycock, H. McCormich, J. A. Troughton
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  • Publication planned for: January 2020
  • availability: Not yet published - available from January 2020
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108419383

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  • This fully-updated third edition provides a practical and concise guide to all aspects of the perioperative care of cardiac surgical patients. Produced by recognised leaders from world-renowned cardiac centres, this is the authoritative text for residents and fellows in anaesthesia and cardiac surgery, clinical perfusionists, and critical care nurses. Updated chapters include regional anesthesia, paediatric cardiac anaesthesia, and anaesthesia for specific procedures such as aortic valve surgery and cardiac transplantation. An entire section is dedicated to transoesophageal echocardiography (TOE) in recognition of the increasing demand for basic TOE training. The book also includes an expanded chapter on the applications and anaesthetic implications of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO). The text focuses on clinical practice and the basic science and pharmacology underpinning cardiac anaesthesia, ensuring the reader can easily apply the knowledge gained to real-life situations.

    • A fully updated new edition, consolidating several basic science chapters and expanding on treatments that are increasing in demand such as transoesophageal echocardiography (TOE) and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)
    • Focuses on clinical practice rather than the basic science and pharmacology of cardiac anaesthesia, ensuring it is more useful and can be applied in everyday situations
    • An authoritative text produced by internationally recognised, leading experts working at world-renowned cardiac centres
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    Product details

    • Edition: 3rd Edition
    • Publication planned for: January 2020
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108419383
    • dimensions: 246 x 189 mm
    • contains: 300 b/w illus.
    • availability: Not yet published - available from January 2020
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Routine Cardiac Surgery:
    1. Basic principles of cardiac surgery P. Bosco and S. A. M. Nashef
    2. Symptoms and signs of cardiac disease J. E. Arrowsmith
    3. Diagnostic techniques A. Awwad and S. B. Agarwal
    4. Conduct of anaesthesia A. I. Gardner
    5. Principles of cardiopulmonary bypass T. Coulson and F. Falter
    6. Weaning from cardiopulmonary bypass S. Anderson
    7. Routine early postoperative care B. Parizkova and A. Page
    8. Common postoperative complications J. E. Arrowsmith and J. H. MacKay
    Part II. Anaesthesia for Specific Procedures:
    9. Aortic valve surgery P. Catarino and J. E. Arrowsmith
    10. Mitral valve surgery J. H. Mackay and F. C. Wells
    11. Tricuspid and pulmonary valve surgery Y. Abu Omar and J. Irons
    12. Minimally invasive and off-pump cardiac surgery B. Gibbison
    13. Thoracic aortic surgery S. Agarwal and A. C. Knowles
    14. Surgery for cardiomyopathy and pericardial disease J. Brand and F. Falter
    15. Surgery for pulmonary vascular disease C. Y. Ng and A. J. Roscoe
    16. Ventricular assist device implantation N. J. Lees
    17. Heart transplantation L. F. Van Der Merwe and A. D. Ashworth
    Part III. Cardiac Catheter Laboratory Procedures:
    18. Electrophysiological procedures J. E. Arrowsmith
    19. Procedures for structural heart disease C. G. Densem and A. A. Klein
    Part IV. Paediatric Cardiac Surgery:
    20. General principles and conduct of paediatric cardiac anaesthesia I. Walker and J. Smith
    21. Common congenital heart lesions and procedures D. J. Barron and K. P. Morris
    22. Postoperative paediatric care J. V. Cassidy
    23. Adult congenital heart disease C. R. Bailey and D. D. L. Wong
    Part V. Cardiopulmonary Bypass:
    24. Temperature management and deep hypothermic arrest C. W. Hogue and J. E. Arrowsmith
    25. The effects of cardiopulmonary bypass on drug pharmacology B. Mets
    26. Controversies in cardiopulmonary bypass W. Tosh and C. Burt
    27. Cardiopulmonary bypass emergencies D. Daly
    28. Non-cardiac applications of cardiopulmonary bypass J. E. Arrowsmith and J. H. Mackay
    29. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation S. Colah
    Part VI. Advanced Monitoring:
    30. Cardiovascular monitoring A. Suarez and J. B. Mark
    31. Neurological monitoring H. Grocott and B. Gregson
    Part VII. Transoesophageal Echocardiography:
    32. Comprehensive TOE examination A. J. Roscoe and J. Swanevelder
    33. Assessment of ventricular function A. J. Roscoe and L. F. Miles
    34. Assessment of valvular heart disease M. Meineri and A. J. Roscoe
    35. TOE for miscellaneous conditions A. J. Roscoe
    Part VIII. Miscellaneous Topics:
    36. Haematology M. Besser and K. M. P. Salaunkey
    37. Cardiac surgery during pregnancy S. J. M Law and S. E. Round
    38. Regional anaesthesia T. W. R. Lee
    39. Pain management after cardiac surgery S. I. Jaggar and H. C. Laycock
    40. Infection H. McCormick and J. A. Troughton
    Index.

  • Editors

    Joseph Arrowsmith, Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    Joseph Arrowsmith is a Consultant Anaesthetist at the Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, and a former examiner for the Royal College of Anaesthetists, London.

    Andrew Roscoe, Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    Andrew Roscoe is currently a Consultant Anaesthetist at the National Heart Centre, Singapore General Hospital and formerly held Consultant posts in Toronto, Canada and Papworth.

    Jonathan Mackay, Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    Jonathan Mackay is a former Chairman of the UK Association of Cardiothoracic Anaesthetists and recently retired Papworth Consultant Anaesthetist.

    Contributors

    P. Bosco, S. A. M. Nashef, J. E. Arrowsmith, A, Awwad, S. B. Agarwal, A. I. Gardner, T. Coulson, F. Falter, S. Anderson, B. Parizkova, A. Page, J. H. MacKay, P. Catarino, F. C. Wells, Y. Abu Omar, J. Irons, B. Gibbison, S. Agarwal, A. C. Knowles, J. Brand, C. Y. Ng, A. J. Roscoe, N. J. Lees, L. F. Van Der Merwe, A. D. Ashworth, C. G. Densem, A. A. Klein, I. Walker, J. Smith, D. J. Barron, K .P. Morris, J. V. Cassidy, C .R. Bailey, D. D. L. Wong, C. W. Hogue, B. Mets, W. Tosh, C. Burt, D. Daly, S. Colah, A. Suarez, J. B. Mark, H. Grocott, B. Gregson, J. Swanevelder, L. F. Miles, M. Meineri, M. Besser, K. M. P. Salaunkey, S. J. M Law, S. E. Round, T. W. R. Lee, S. I. Jaggar, H. C. Laycock, H. McCormich, J. A. Troughton

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