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Cambridge Anastomosis Workshop Handbook

Cambridge Anastomosis Workshop Handbook
with Video Content on 4 DVDs

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  • Date Published: May 2013
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  • format: Mixed media product
  • isbn: 9781107621701

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  • Based on the internationally renowned, long-running Cambridge Anastomosis Workshop this unique and comprehensive intermediate-to-advanced course is presented across four DVDs and contains an accompanying manual. The course covers basic techniques of knotting, instrument handling and stapling, and performing a wide range of bowel, vascular and urological anastomoses by hand, using sutures. The procedures are thoroughly explained and demonstrated on animal material. Common errors are illustrated with methods of correction. There is emphasis on best technique and patient safety throughout. The course is suitable for surgeons at any stage of training, especially those actually performing anastomoses. Anastomoses covered include: • Small bowel: end-to-end and side-to-side • Hand closure of bowel end • Colon: end-to-end and side-to-end • Low colorectal, hand-sewn and stapled • Gastric: pyloroplasty, gastro-jejunostomy and partial gastrectomy • Oesophago-gastric anastomosis • Vascular surgery for trauma • Reconstructive vascular surgery • Abdominal aortic aneurysm grafting • Basic urological anastomoses.

    • Multimedia pack covering techniques essential to all trainee surgeons
    • Extensive video demonstrating techniques, plus manual with explanatory line drawings
    • Based on successful course run in Cambridge and elsewhere
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    Reviews & endorsements

    'It gives me great pleasure to endorse the Cambridge Anastomosis Workshop DVDs and handbook. 2012 will be the 31st year of the course [on] which I had the privilege of being a Faculty member on a number of occasions. Running for five days, the course is aimed at surgical trainees who are at the beginning or middle of their training. The response of participants at the end of the course has been extremely positive. All surgeons practising within the abdomen need to know how to undertake an anastomosis as an open procedure, whether they predominantly practice keyhole surgery or not. There is a need for such DVDs both in the developed and under developed world.' Robert Lane, Secretary General, International Federation of Surgical Colleges

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    Product details

    • Date Published: May 2013
    • format: Mixed media product
    • isbn: 9781107621701
    • length: 63 pages
    • dimensions: 298 x 220 x 6 mm
    • weight: 0.48kg
    • contains: 143 b/w illus.
    • availability: Unavailable - out of print
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Introduction and Basic Principles:
    1. Knotting: i. Types of knots
    ii. Hand ties
    iii. Instrument ties
    2. Use of needle holder
    3. Suturing
    Part II. Basic Bowel Anastomoses:
    4. Principles of suturing bowel
    5. Single layer interrupted extra-mucosal anastomosis
    6. End-to-end anastomosis (small or large bowel): i. With rotation
    ii. Without rotation
    7. Side-to-side anastomosis
    8. Side-to-end anastomosis: i. Examples
    ii. Bowel end closure
    iii. Side-to-end ileum to colon anastomosis
    Part III. Stomach Anastomoses:
    9. Pyloroplasty
    10. Gastro-jejunostomy
    11. Polya type gastrectomy
    Part IV. Oesophageal Anastomoses:
    12. Examples
    13. Anastomosis to stomach or small bowel
    Part V. Colorectal Anastomoses:
    14. Essential colorectal anatomy and mobilisation
    15. Anterior resection (colorectal anastomosis) – hand sewn
    16. Anterior resection (low colorectal anastomosis) – hand sewn
    17. Double staple technique for low anterior resection
    18. Double linear staple technique for right hemicolectomy
    Part VI. Arterial Anastomoses:
    19. Principles of arterial anastomosis and eversion suturing
    20. Arteriotomy closure
    21. Common faults at arteriotomy closure
    22. Patch grafting
    23. End-to-end anastomosis using Dacron prosthesis
    24. End-to-side anastomosis using Dacron prosthesis
    25. End-to-side anastomoses for femoropopliteal bypass
    26. Abdominal aortic aneurysm inlay grafting using parachute technique
    Part VII. Urological Anastomoses:
    27. General principles and dangers
    28. End-to-end ureteric anastomosis
    29. Protective use of omentum
    30. Reimplantation of ureter into bladder
    31. Bladder flap for ureteric substitution
    32. Bladder closure
    Index.

  • Editor

    Clive R. G. Quick, Department of Surgery, Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Cambridge
    Clive Quick is a Consultant General and Vascular Surgeon at both Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, UK and Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, UK.

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