4 edition of Complications in thoracic surgery found in the catalog.
Complications in thoracic surgery
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Walter G. Wolfe.|
|Contributions||Wolfe, Walter G.|
|LC Classifications||RD536 .C643 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||91042128|
Following on from the success of the international best-seller "Key Questions in Cardiac Surgery", the long-awaited "Key Questions in Thoracic Surgery" will be the next book in the Key Questions series to be released. This book will systematically cover all the main topics involved in the current practice of a thoracic surgeon. It will incorporate current guidelines for practice (such as from. Long considered the bible of thoracic surgery, this comprehensive two-volume textbook guides you through virtually every open and endoscopic surgical technique with expert commentary by the leaders in thoracic surgery from around the world. Coverage includes extensive sections on lung cancer and other pulmonary tumors. All facets of thoracic disease are covered from anatomy and embryology to 4/5(1).
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This unique case-based review of thoracic surgery offers excellent preparation for oral board examinations, which emphasize both general knowledge and case management. Written by recognized experts, the book presents a variety of cases covering the full spectrum of thoracic surgical diseases. Prevention and Management of Post-Operative Complications is reviewed extensively in this important Thoracic Surgery Clinics of North America issue. Articles include: Cardiovascular complications following thoracic surgery; Pain management following thora.
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The book opens with a section on general topics with regard to cardiothoracic surgical complications, including thoracic incisions, postoperative arrhythmias, and myocardial preservation. Then Drs. Little and Merrill draw on their expertise in thoracic and cardiac surgery, : $ Common complications after thoracic surgery include atelectasis, haemorrhage, pulmonary oedema, atrial fibrillation, wound infection, pneumonia, persistent air leak, and respiratory failure.
Other, less frequent complications include bronchopleural fistula, empyema, cardiac herniation, pulmonary torsion, chylothorax, thromboembolism, right ventricular failure, and neurological injury.
Thoracic. The incidence (%) is much higher than following upper (%) or lower abdominal surgery (%). The overall incidence of complications following thoracic surgery varies from 15% to %, primarily due to the type of pulmonary complications studied, the clinical criteria used in the definition and the type of surgery by: 5.
The book opens with a section on general topics with regard to cardiothoracic surgical complications, including thoracic incisions, postoperative arrhythmias, and myocardial preservation.
Then Drs. Little and Merrill draw on their expertise in thoracic and cardiac surgery, respectively. The goal of this book is to minimize the frequency of surgical complications and maximize the outcome when they do occur by allowing the reader to learn from the operative and clinical experience of those who have gone before so that each generation can collectively stand on the shoulders of the preceding generation without the need to learn Cited by: Medical Management of the Thoracic Surgery Patient, by Michael I.
Lewis, MD and Robert J. McKenna, Jr., MD, is a comprehensive pulmonary and thoracic reference that takes a practical approach to the diagnosis, workup and care of the thoracic surgery patient. Pulmonary Complications in thoracic surgery book are a major cause of morbidity and mortality in the post-operative period after thoracotomy.
The type of complications and the severity of complications depend on the type of thoracic surgery that has been performed as well as on the patient's pre-operative medical status.
Advances in surgical technique and broadening indications for complex gastrointestinal procedures, surgical management of thoracic, hepato-pancreato-biliary, and colorectal diseases continues to evolve, but morbidity continues to be a persistent problem.
This book provides a comprehensive. This book offers a comprehensive, up-to-date overview of optimal postoperative care in patients who have undergone thoracic surgery and discusses challenging issues that are of interest not only in the context of thoracic surgery but also more generally within.
Management of surgical complications (hemothorax, empyema, infected mesh) – in a hemodynamically stable patient; Cases that should be deferred: All thoracic procedures typically scheduled as routine/elective (i.e.
not add-ons) Alternative treatment approaches RECOMMENDED (assuming resources permit): Transfer patient to hospital that is in Phase I. The book opens with a section on general topics with regard to cardiothoracic surgical complications, including thoracic incisions, postoperative arrhythmias, and myocardial preservation.
Then Drs. Little and Merrill draw on their expertise in thoracic and cardiac surgery, respectively. This text is aimed at enabling the surgeon to recognize and manage the myriad of complications associated with thoracic surgery. It includes a review of post-operative complications to.
Written by internationally acclaimed specialists, Cardio-Thoracic, Vascular, Renal and Transplant Surgery provides pertinent and concise procedure descriptions spanning benign and malignant problems and minimally invasive procedures.
Complications are reviewed when appropriate for the organ system. Peri-operative management; management of complications during surgery; management of complications during general thoracle surgery; complications related to cardiothoracic surgery transplantation.
Responsibility: [edited by] by John A. Waldhausen, Mark B. Orringer. The book opens with a section on general topics with regard to cardiothoracic surgical complications, including thoracic incisions, postoperative arrhythmias, and myocardial preservation.
Then Drs. Little and Merrill draw on their expertise in thoracic and cardiac surgery, : Wiley. The classification of the most frequently occurring postoperative complications in thoracic surgery, like the one proposed by the ESTS, is important to standardize the type of treatment of the occurred adverse event, as well as serving the purpose of collecting data for statistical by: Part of book: Perioperative Considerations in Cardiac Surgery.
Postoperative Care and Complications After Thoracic Surgery. By Anand Iyer and Sumit Yadav. Part of book: Principles and Practice of Cardiothoracic Surgery. Evaluation of Coronary Artery Bypass by CT Coronary Angiography. By Ragab Hani Donkol, Zizi Saad Mahmoud and Mohammed Elrawy.
Gastrointestinal complications (GIC) in cardio-thoracic surgery (GIC-CTS) constitute a heterogenous group of non-cardiac/thoracic complications.
Although relatively infrequent, these complications are associated with significant mortality and severe clinical by: 3. This unique case-based review of thoracic surgery offers excellent preparation for oral board examinations, which emphasize both general knowledge and case management.
Written by recognized experts, the book presents a variety of cases covering the full spectrum of thoracic surgical diseases. Each case begins with the clinical presentation and proceeds to X-ray report, differential diagnosis. Abdominal surgery • Thoracic surgery • Vascular surgery • Aortic aneurysm repair • Emergency surgery • General (as opposed to regional) anesthesia.
Note that a serum albumin of less than 35 g/L is a powerful marker for postoperative pulmonary complications. In those judged at higher risk, recommended procedures to reduce. The opening sections discuss institutional risk management issues and risks common to all operations, such as wound healing problems, infection, shock, and complications in immunosuppressed patients.
Subsequent sections focus on complications of specific procedures in thoracic, vascular, gastric, endocrine, breast, and oncologic surgery, as.Complications in Cardiothoracic Surgery: Avoidance and Treatment. Editor(s): Alex G. Little MD, First published: 1 January Department of Thoracic Surgery, Coruña University Hospital, Coruña, Spain; Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery Unit (UCTMI), Coruña, Spain Management of VATS Complications.
Technical strategy for dealing with bleeding during thoracoscopic lung surgery Click the book to view the entire PDF.