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Gupta and Gelb's Essentials of Neuroanesthesia and Neurointensive Care

2nd Edition

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  • Editors:
  • Arun Gupta, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge
  • Adrian Gelb, University of Cambridge San Francisco/University of California, San Francisco
  • Derek Duane, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge
  • Ram Adapa, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge
Daniel A. Lim, Michael W. McDermott, Barbara Stanley, Paul Whitney, Susan Stevenson, Ari Ercole, Sarah Chetcuti, Jonathan P. Coles, Karol P. Budohoski, Bradley Hay, Sophia Yi, Piyush Patel, N. L. Valens, Anthony Absalom, Una Srejic, M. Lont, E. Carter, Amit Prakash, Daniel Scoffings, Chanhung Z. Lee, Anne Booth, Rowan Burnstein, Manuel Aliaño Hermoso, Ram Adapa, Derek Duane, Rosemary Ann Craen, Hélèe Pellerin, Dean Frear, Claas Siegmueller, Lingzhong Meng, Darreul P. Sewell, Alana M. Flexman, Z. Chen, Arun Gupta, Poppy Aldam, Vaithy Mani, E. Schulenburg, Jane Sturgess, Jason Chui, Ian Herrick, Tamsin Gregory, Sulpicio G. Soriano, Craig D. McClain, Monica S. Vavilala, Randall Chesnut, Veena Sheshadri, Pirjo H. Manninen, Mark Plummer, Ronan O' Leary, Joanna L. C. White, Jane E. Risdall, Erika Brinson, Anne L. Donovan, Philip E. Bickler, Kelsey Innes, Mypinder Sekhon, Chris Nixon-Giles, Kali Romano, Andrew Wormsbecker, Donald Griesdale, Simeone Pierre, Nicolas Bruder, Lionel Velly, Grant Sanders, John H. Turnbull, Ashish Agrawal, Kristine E. W. Breyer, Joyce Chang, David Shimabukuro, M. Czosnyka, K. Budohoski, Shaun E. Gruenbaum, Mathew Guilfoyle, Ivan Timofeev, Peter Hutchinson, Jeremy A. Lieberman, Oana Maties, Adrian Gelb, Andrea Lavinio, Antoine Halwagi, Mark D. Rollins, Mark A. Rosen, Shymal Asher, Ricardo Andrade, Keith J. Ruskin
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  • Date Published: June 2018
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781316602522

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  • This updated second edition of Gupta and Gelb's Essentials of Neuroanesthesia and Neurointensive Care contains the ideal combination of updated information for the practitioner, presented in easy-to-digest short chapters. With an essential clinical focus on key neuroanesthesia and neurointensive care knowledge, it is a practical guide for any practitioner of neuroanesthesia, beginner, occasional or experienced. The user-friendly format contains bullet points to ensure retention of important data, key points to summarize the take-home messages, suitable images to enhance understanding, and pertinent and appropriate references to allow for further exploration of the topics. This book is ideal for residents and others undergoing neuroanesthesia training. It is also a great tool for Operating Room nurses and other OR support workers, neurosurgical residents and neurointensive care professionals. This will also be a useful book to supplement knowledge for postgraduate fellowship and Board examinations.

    • Updated chapters include more graphics, with contents to allow a quick overview of topics
    • Key points sections at the start of each chapter allow for quick summary of information
    • Includes a new chapter on anesthesia for stereotactic and endoscopic neurosurgical procedures
    • Offers more chapters on intensive care management of patients
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    Product details

    • Edition: 2nd Edition
    • Date Published: June 2018
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781316602522
    • length: 426 pages
    • dimensions: 234 x 156 x 20 mm
    • weight: 0.73kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Anatomy:
    1. Structure and function of the brain and spinal cord
    2. Cerebral circulation
    Part II. Physiology:
    3. Cerebral blood flow and its control
    4. Cerebral metabolism
    5. The intracranial compartment and intracranial pressure
    6. Cerebral ischemia
    7. Intraoperative brain protection
    Part III. Pharmacology:
    8. Intravenous anesthetic agents
    9. Volatile anesthetic agents
    10. Opioids and adjuvant drugs
    Part IV. Neuroanesthesia:
    11. Preoperative assessment
    12. Basic concepts of neuroimaging
    13. Neurosurgical operative approaches
    14. Surgical positioning
    15. Anesthesia for supratentorial surgery
    16. Anesthesia for intracranial vascular lesions
    17. Anesthesia for posterior Fossa lesions
    18. Anesthesia for CSF diversion and endoscopic neurosurgical procedures
    19. Anesthesia for epilepsy surgery and anticonvulsants
    20. Perioperative management of awake craniotomy
    21. Anesthesia for stereotactic and other functional neurosurgery
    22. Anesthesia for pituitary surgery
    23. Anesthesia for patients with head injury
    24. Anesthesia for spinal surgery
    25. Airway management and cervical spine disease
    26. Carotid endarterectomy
    27. Anesthesia and sedation for neuroimaging outside the OR
    28. Anesthesia for interventional neuroradiology
    29. Anesthesia for neurosurgery in infants and children
    30. Anesthetic considerations for pediatric neurotraums
    31. Postanesthesia care unit
    Part V. Neurointensive Care:
    32. Spinal cord injury
    33. Head injury: initial resuscitation and transfer
    34. Intensive care management of acute head injury
    35. Intracranial hemorrhage: ICU management
    36. Management of acute stroke
    37. Central nervous systems infections
    38. Central venous sinus thrombosis
    39. Autonomic dysfunction
    40. Fluid management
    41. Electrolyte disorders
    42. Status epilepticus
    43. Guillain-Barre syndrome and myasthenia Gravis
    44. Brain death
    Part VI. Monitoring:
    45. Intracranial pressure monitoring
    46. Jugular venous oximetry
    47. Cerebral oxygenation
    48. Microdialysis
    49. Electromyography and evoked potentials
    50. Electroencephalography and nervous system function monitoring
    51. TCDs and cerebral blood flow measurement
    Part VII. Miscellaneous:
    52. Neuroanesthesia in pregnancy
    53. Clinical information resources
    54. Case scenarios.

  • Editors

    Arun Gupta, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge
    Arun Gupta is a Consultant in Neurosciences and Trauma Critical Care who in 2005 was awarded the Macintosh Professorship by the Royal College of Anaesthetists in recognition of his research program in brain oxygenation and metabolism. As Director of Postgraduate Medical Education for the Trust and multi-professional Education of the Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP) Academic Health Sciences Centre, he established the high fidelity Simulation Centre at Cambridge and the cadaveric surgical training and research centre. Whilst continuing to pursue his research interests in brain injury, Dr Gupta is also supporting a program of research in Medical Education and Simulation. Dr Gupta has recently established the CUHP Innovation Hub to support new innovations in healthcare and patient safety.

    Adrian Gelb, University of Cambridge San Francisco/University of California, San Francisco
    Adrian Gelb MBChB, FRCPC, FRCA is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care, University of California, San Francisco. He has served as the leader in multiple national and international Anesthesia Societies having been the President of three societies including the Society for Neuroscience in Anesthesiology and Critical Care (SNACC). Professor Gelb is an active clinician, a funded researcher who is well published with >300 publications, and a frequent international speaker including 16 eponymous lectures.

    Derek Duane, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge
    Derek Duane is a consultant in Neuroanaesthesia and Neurointensive Care for the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust. He has earned a Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists, a Masters in Neuroscience, and Master in Medical Law and Ethics.

    Ram Adapa, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge
    Ram Adapa is a consultant anaesthetist at the Department of Anaesthesia, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, and is interested in the neurobiology of consciousness and sedation.

    Contributors

    Daniel A. Lim, Michael W. McDermott, Barbara Stanley, Paul Whitney, Susan Stevenson, Ari Ercole, Sarah Chetcuti, Jonathan P. Coles, Karol P. Budohoski, Bradley Hay, Sophia Yi, Piyush Patel, N. L. Valens, Anthony Absalom, Una Srejic, M. Lont, E. Carter, Amit Prakash, Daniel Scoffings, Chanhung Z. Lee, Anne Booth, Rowan Burnstein, Manuel Aliaño Hermoso, Ram Adapa, Derek Duane, Rosemary Ann Craen, Hélèe Pellerin, Dean Frear, Claas Siegmueller, Lingzhong Meng, Darreul P. Sewell, Alana M. Flexman, Z. Chen, Arun Gupta, Poppy Aldam, Vaithy Mani, E. Schulenburg, Jane Sturgess, Jason Chui, Ian Herrick, Tamsin Gregory, Sulpicio G. Soriano, Craig D. McClain, Monica S. Vavilala, Randall Chesnut, Veena Sheshadri, Pirjo H. Manninen, Mark Plummer, Ronan O' Leary, Joanna L. C. White, Jane E. Risdall, Erika Brinson, Anne L. Donovan, Philip E. Bickler, Kelsey Innes, Mypinder Sekhon, Chris Nixon-Giles, Kali Romano, Andrew Wormsbecker, Donald Griesdale, Simeone Pierre, Nicolas Bruder, Lionel Velly, Grant Sanders, John H. Turnbull, Ashish Agrawal, Kristine E. W. Breyer, Joyce Chang, David Shimabukuro, M. Czosnyka, K. Budohoski, Shaun E. Gruenbaum, Mathew Guilfoyle, Ivan Timofeev, Peter Hutchinson, Jeremy A. Lieberman, Oana Maties, Adrian Gelb, Andrea Lavinio, Antoine Halwagi, Mark D. Rollins, Mark A. Rosen, Shymal Asher, Ricardo Andrade, Keith J. Ruskin

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