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Anesthesia for Congenital Heart Disease. 3rd Edition

  • ID: 3060268
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  • 816 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The third edition ofAnesthesia for Congenital Heart Disease, the recognized gold–standard reference in this field, offers a major update and expansion of the textbook to reflect the ongoing development of the practice of pediatric and congenital cardiac anesthesia and the burgeoning knowledge base in this exciting field. Features of this title:
  • Thoroughly updated to reflect new evidence and emerging techniques, with new sections and numerous recent references leading you straight to the most important current research
  • Includes two new chapters addressing key areas; anesthetic and sedative neurotoxicity in the patient with congenital heart disease (Chapter 9), and anesthesia in the patient with pulmonary hypertension (chapter 28)
  • Now in full color, with over 200 illustrations and photographs
  • Multiple–choice questions accompany each chapter covering the most crucial learning points to optimize the learning experience for readers at all levels
This updated edition is an essential resource for pediatric and adult anesthesiologists; pediatric and adult cardiothoracic surgeons – especially congenital heart disease specialists; pediatric and adult cardiologists; surgical nurses; and nurse anesthetists.
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Contributor List, vii

Preface, xi

List of Abbreviations, xiii

About the Companion Website, xix

Part I   History, Education, Outcomes, and Science

1  History of Anesthesia for Congenital Heart Disease, 1Viviane G. Nasr, Paul A. Hickey and Dolly D. Hansen

2  Education for Anesthesia in Patients with Congenital Cardiac Disease, 16Sugantha Sundar, Lori Newman and James A. DiNardo

3  Quality, Outcomes, and Databases in Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia, 30Lisa Caplan, Ehrenfried Schindler and David F. Vener

4  Development of the Cardiovascular System and Nomenclature for Congenital Heart Disease, 43Barry D. Kussman and Wanda C. Miller–Hance

5  Physiology and Cellular Biology of the Developing Circulation, 85Dean B. Andropoulos

6  Anesthetic Agents and Their Cardiovascular Effects, 107Dean B. Andropoulos and Emad B. Mossad

7  Cardiopulmonary Bypass, 127Ralph Gertler and Dean B. Andropoulos

8  Multiorgan Effects of Congenital Cardiac Surgery, 157Gina Whitney, Suanne Daves and Brian Donahue

9  Anesthetic and Sedative Neurotoxicity in the Patient with Congenital Heart Disease, 185Richard J. Levy, Lisa Wise–Faberowski and Dean B. Andropoulos

Part II   Monitoring

10  Vascular access and monitoring, 200Keiji Kayashima, Shoichi Uezono and Dean B. Andropoulos

11  Neurological Monitoring and Outcome, 231Ken Brady, Chandra Ramamoorthy, R. Blaine Easley and Dean B. Andropoulos

12  Transesophageal Echocardiography in Congenital Heart Disease, 251Annette Vegas and Wanda C. Miller–Hance

13  Coagulation, Cardiopulmonary Bypass, and Bleeding, 295Bruce E. Miller, Nina A. Guzzetta and Glyn D. Williams

Part III  Preoperative Considerations

14  Preoperative Evaluation and Preparation, 315Emad B. Mossad, Rahul Baijal and Raj Krishnamurthy

15  Approach to the Fetus, Premature, and Full–Term Neonate, 337Annette Y. Schure, Peter C. Laussen and Kirsten C. Odegard

16  Approach to the Adult Patient, 355Jane Heggie and Catherine Ashes

Part IV  Management

17  Hemodynamic management, 376Mirela Bojan and Philippe Pouard

18  Arrhythmias: Diagnosis and Management, 405Santiago O. Valdes, Jeffrey J. Kim and Wanda C. Miller–Hance

19  Airway and Respiratory Management, 437Stephen A. Stayer and Gregory B. Hammer

20  Early Tracheal Extubation and Postoperative Pain Management, 452Alexander Mittnacht

Part V   Anesthesia for Specific Lesions

21 Anesthesia for Left–to–Right Shunt Lesions, 469Scott G. Walker

22  Anesthesia for Left–sided Obstructive Lesions, 498James P. Spaeth and Andreas W. Loepke

23  Anesthesia for Right–sided Obstructive Lesions, 517Michael L. Schmitz, Sana Ullah, Rahul Dasgupta and Lorraine L. Thompson

24  Anesthesia for Transposition of the Great Arteries, 543Angus McEwan and Mariepi Manolis

25  Anesthesia for the Patient with a Single Ventricle, 568Susan C. Nicolson, James M. Steven, Laura K. Diaz and Dean B. Andropoulos

26  Anesthesia for Miscellaneous Cardiac Lesions, 599Ian McKenzie, Maria Markakis Zestos, Stephen A. Stayer and Dean B. Andropoulos

27  Anesthesia for Cardiac and Pulmonary Transplantation, 637Glynn D. Williams, Chandra Ramamoorthy and Anshuman Sharma

28  Anesthesia for Pulmonary Hypertension, 662Mark D. Twite and Robert H. Friesen

Part VI  Anesthesia Outside the Cardiac Operating Room

29  Anesthesia for the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, 678Philip Arnold and Aarti Shah

30  Anesthesia for Non–cardiac Surgery and Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 706Erin A. Gottlieb and Stephen A. Stayer

31  Cardiac Intensive Care, 721V. Ben Sivarajan, Justin C. Yeh, Peter C. Laussen and Peter C. Laussen

32  Mechanical Support of the Circulation, 752Adam Skinner, Stephen B. Horton, Pablo Motta and Stephen Stayer

Appendix: Texas Children’s Hospital Pediatric Cardiovascular Anesthesia Drug Sheet (April 2014), 778Lisa A. Caplan and Erin A. Gottlieb

Index, 783

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Stephen A. Stayer
Emad B. Mossad
Wanda C. Miller–Hance
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