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xii, 350 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
  • AbbreviationsAcknowledgmentsIntroduction1. Multiple Approaches to Building Artificial Hearts2. Dispute and Disappointment3. Technology and Risk4. Media Spotlight5. Clinical and Commercial Rewards6. Securing a Place7. Artificial Hearts in the Twenty-First Century Notes Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781421423555 20181001
Artificial hearts are seductive devices. Their promissory nature as a cure for heart failure aligned neatly with the twentieth-century American medical community's view of the body as an entity of replacement parts. In Artificial Hearts, Shelley McKellar traces the controversial history of this imperfect technology beginning in the 1950s and leading up to the present day. McKellar profiles generations of researchers and devices as she traces the heart's development and clinical use. She situates the events of Dr. Michael DeBakey and Dr. Denton Cooley's professional fall-out after the first artificial heart implant case in 1969, as well as the 1982-83 Jarvik-7 heart implant case of Barney Clark, within a larger historical trajectory. She explores how some individuals-like former US Vice President Dick Cheney-affected the public profile of this technology by choosing to be implanted with artificial hearts. Finally, she explains the varied physical experiences, both negative and positive, of numerous artificial heart recipients. McKellar argues that desirability-rather than the feasibility or practicality of artificial hearts-drove the invention of the device. Technical challenges and unsettling clinical experiences produced an ambivalence toward its continued development by many researchers, clinicians, politicians, bioethicists, and the public. But the potential and promise of the artificial heart offset this ambivalence, influencing how success was characterized and by whom. Packed with larger-than-life characters-from dedicated and ardent scientists to feuding Texas surgeons and brave patients-this book is a fascinating case study that speaks to questions of expectations, limitations, and uncertainty in a high-technology medical world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781421423555 20181001
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online resource : illustrations
"Introducing the most essential all-in-one MIS tutorial and atlas for 21st-century practice If you are a laparoscopic surgeon who strives to be at the vanguard of clinical practice, your atlas has arrived. Overflowing with nearly 1,000 beautifully rendered, medically accurate illustrations, The Atlas of Minimally Invasive Surgical Operations is the definitive laparoscopic surgery procedural primer and visual roadmap. This indispensable, one-stop resource delivers easy-to-follow procedural guidance that builds on the vital work of laparoscopic surgery pioneers at OHSU and other leading academic centers in the United States who have adapted common open operations to an MIS environment. Accompanying this skill-sharpening content are detailed illustrations that take you through each step to consider while performing current minimally invasive techniques. Features state-of-the-art illustrations all created by esteemed professors of medical illustration at Johns Hopkins University are designed to help surgeons visualize the procedure as they step to the operating table. Comprehensive coverage encompassing 62 must-know procedures, each of which is fully explained with high-yield text and accompanying illustrations. Consistent format includes Indications, Preoperative Preparation, Anesthesia, Position, Incision and Exposure, Closure, and Postoperative Care Section on minimally invasive pediatric surgery examines the latest procedural approaches to this critical surgical area. The Atlas of Minimally Invasive Surgical Operations begins with a review of general surgical considerations and principles of access, while subsequent sections survey the full scope of surgical interventions. Mirroring the latest clinical perspectives, research, and technologies that drive procedure evolution, this is the one atlas that should be part of your surgical protocol"-- Provided by publisher.
"Using the Zollinger format, Hunters' Atlas of Minimally Invasive Surgery will show the step-by-step procedures on how to perform minimally invasive surgery. The bonus DVD will show in real time how to perform these surgeries"-- Provided by publisher.
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1 online resource.
  • Intro; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1. Automating the Perioperative Process; 1.1 Background; 1.2 Current Perioperative Process; 1.3 Our Goal; 1.3.1 Increased Safety; 1.3.2 Improved Throughput; 1.3.3 Enhanced Care Quality; 1.4 Our Approach; 1.4.1 Move Dirty Instrument to Sorting Table
  • Step 1; 1.4.2 Sort the Instruments
  • Step 2; 1.4.3 Move Sorted Instruments to Cleaner
  • Step 3; 1.4.4 Wash and Disinfect Instruments
  • Step 4 & 5; 1.4.5 Move Cleaned Instruments to Kit Building Table
  • Step 6; 1.4.6 Build Surgical Kits
  • Step 7
  • 1.4.7 Sterilization
  • Step 81.5 Organization of the Rest of the Book; 2. Human-Supervisory Distributed Robotic System Architecture; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Related Work; 2.3 Multi-Agent Software Architecture; 2.3.1 Overall Robotic System Architecture; 2.3.1.1 Management System; 2.3.1.2 Functional Agent System; 2.3.1.3 Supervisory System; 2.3.2 Individual Robotic System Architecture; 2.3.2.1 Communication; 2.3.2.2 Database; 2.3.2.3 Task Controller; 2.3.2.4 Sensors; 2.3.2.5 Actuators; 2.3.2.6 Vision Processing; 2.3.2.7 Motion/Force Controller; 2.3.2.8 First-Order Response
  • 2.4 Example of Implementation2.4.1 Implemented Overall System Architecture; 2.4.1.1 Management System; 2.4.1.2 Agent System; 2.4.1.3 Supervisory System; 2.4.2 Implemented Individual Robotic Architectures; 2.4.2.1 Mobile Robot Architecture; 2.4.2.2 Robotic Manipulator Architecture; 2.5 Experimental Setup; 2.6 Summary and Future Work; 3. TrayBot: Transporting Surgical Tools in Hospitals; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Related Work; 3.3 Hardware Component Design; 3.4 Integrated System Design; 3.4.1 System Overview; 3.4.2 Task Planning; 3.4.3 Navigation and Localization
  • 3.4.4 Vision-based Manipulator Control3.4.4.1 Search for the Tray; 3.4.4.2 Determine the Manipulation Point; 3.4.4.3 Grasp the Tray; 3.5 Experimental Setup and Results; 3.5.1 Success Rate; 3.5.2 Angle Tolerance of the Gripper; 3.6 Conclusion and Future Work; 4. Vision-based Instrument Singulation; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Related Work; 4.3 Vision-based Surgical Instrument Singulation; 4.3.1 Surgical Instrument Identification; 4.3.2 Localization and Pose Estimation; 4.3.3 Occlusion Reasoning; 4.3.3.1 Find the Intersections; 4.3.3.2 Infer the Occlusions; 4.3.3.3 N-Instruments Intersection
  • 4.3.3.4 Determine Picking Order4.3.4 Optimal Picking Location; 4.4 Experiments; 4.5 Conclusion and Discussion; 5. Instrument Sorting Robots; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Related Work; 5.3 Our Compliant End Effector Design; 5.4 Dirty Side Sorter; 5.4.1 System Architecture; 5.4.1.1 Deliberative Task Controller; 5.4.1.2 Motion Control; 5.4.1.3 Reactive Control; 5.4.1.4 Perception-Planning-Action; 5.4.2 Major System Components; 5.4.2.1 Database; 5.4.2.2 Task Controller; 5.4.2.3 Vision Processing; 5.4.2.4 Electromagnetic Gripper; 5.4.2.5 First-Order Response; 5.5 Clean Side Kit-Builder; 5.6 Experiments
This invaluable compendium highlights the challenges of perioperative process in hospitals today. It delves into the development of a multi-agent robotic system where a dirty-side robot that sorts instruments returned from a surgical room into different containers for easy scrubbing, a Traybot that navigates the environment and transports the instrument containers to different stations, a clean-side robot that picks up instruments and places them in surgical kits, and an orchestration software architecture that manages the cooperation between different robots. The book discusses the technical details of all the components, from system architecture to the details of the end-effector design. Readers will gain significant knowledge on how such a system was put together.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789813233270 20180813
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1 online resource (xii, 795 pages) : illustrations.
  • 1 The Aging Face-- 2 Diagnosis of the Cosmetic Facial Surgery Patient: The Art of the Consult and the Office Patient Experience-- 3 Facelift Surgery (Cervicofacial Rhytidectomy)-- 4 Brow and Forehead Lift-- 5 Cosmetic Blepharoplasty-- 6 Rhinoplasty-- 7 Facial implants-- 8 Cosmetic Otoplasty and Related Cosmetic Ear Surgery-- 9 Neuromodulators (neurotoxins) in Cosmetic Facial Surgery-- 10 Lip Augmentation with Injectable Fillers, Lip Reduction & Lip Lift-- 11 Lip Anatomy and Histology-- 12 Lifetime skincare-- 13 Laser skin resurfacing-- 14 Chemical peel-- 15 Management of Cervicofacial Fat.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323393935 20170410
Bring your practice fully up to date with the most effective and innovative techniques in cosmetic facial surgery! The 2nd Edition of Dr. Joe Niamtu's practical resource covers everything from new implants, lasers, blepharoplasty, and liposuction technologies to innovative new procedures that will greatly benefit your patients. In this fully revised edition, you'll learn not only from Dr. Niamtu, but also from other internationally recognized cosmetic surgeons in plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, oculoplastic surgery, and dermatology. Additionally, virtually every image and illustration has been revised to provide a thoroughly up-to-date visual guide suitable for everyday reference.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323393935 20170410
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online resource (x, 161 pages) ; 23 cm
  • Taking a history of the patient with neck pain
  • Examination of the patient with neck pain
  • Diagnosis of the patient with neck pain
  • Conservative management with the patient with neck pain
  • Illustrated cases of neck pain
  • Taking a history of the patient with thoracic pain
  • Examination of the patient with thoracic pain
  • Diagnosis of the patient with thoracic pain
  • Conservative management of the patient with thoracic pain
  • Illustrated cases of thoracic pain
  • Taking a history of the patient with low back pain
  • Examination of the patient with low back pain
  • Diagnosis of the patient with low back pain
  • Conservative management of the patient with low back pain
  • Illustrated cases of low back pain.
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1 online resource.
The Encyclopedia of Medical Robotics combines contributions in four distinct areas of Medical robotics, namely: Minimally Invasive Surgical Robotics, Micro and Nano Robotics in Medicine, Image-guided Surgical Procedures and Interventions, and Rehabilitati.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789813232228 20181015
Book
1 online resource (xviii, 836 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)
  • Section I Preoperative Evaluation Chapter 1 Assessment of Cardiac Risk and the Cardiology Consultation: Examining, Imaging, Optimizing, and Recommending, Jiri Horak and Lee A. Fleisher Chapter 2 The Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures in the Adult Patient, Mark Kozak, Bryan Robertson, and Charles E. Chambers Section II Cardiovascular Physiology, Pharmacology, and Molecular Biology Chapter 3 Cardiac Physiology, Brian Johnson, Maher Adi, Michael G. Licina, Zak Hillel, Daniel Thys, and Joel A. Kaplan Chapter 4 Coronary Physiology and Atherosclerosis, Edward R. M. O'Brien and Howard J. Nathan Chapter 5 Molecular Cardiovascular Medicine, Marcel E. Durieux and J. Paul Mounsey Chapter 6 Systemic Inflammation, Elliott Bennett-Guerrero Chapter 7 Pharmacology of Anesthetic Drugs, Kelly Grogan, Daniel Nyhan, and Dan E. Berkowitz Chapter 8 Cardiovascular Pharmacology, Roger L. Royster, John F. Butterworth, IV, Leanne Groban, Thomas F. Slaughter, and David A. Zvara Section III Monitoring Chapter 9 Monitoring of the Heart and Vascular System, David L. Reich, Alexander J. Mittnacht, Martin J. London, and Joel A. Kaplan Chapter 10 Intraoperative Echocardiology, Ronald A. Kahn, Stanton K. Shernan, and Steven J. Konstadt Chapter 11 Central Nervous System Monitoring, Harvey L. Edmonds, Jr. Chapter 12 Coagulation Monitoring, Linda Shore-Lesserson Section IV Anesthesia Techniques for Cardiac Surgical Procedures Chapter 13 Anesthesia for Myocardial Revascularization, Martin J. London, Alexander Mittnacht, and Joel A. Kaplan Chapter 14 Valvular Heart Disease: Replacement and Repair, David J. Cook, Philippe R. Housmans, and Kent H. Rehfeldt Chapter 15 Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery, Marianne Coutu and Lishan Aklog Chapter 16 Congenital Heart Disease in Adults, Victor C. Baum Chapter 17 Thoracic Aortic, Enrique J. Pantin and Albert T. Cheung Chapter 18 Uncommon Cardiac Diseases, William C. Oliver, Jr., and Gregory A. Nuttall Chapter 19 Cardiac Pacing and Electroversion, Marc A. Rozner and Mark Trankina Chapter 20 Anesthesia for Heart and Lung Transplantation, Joseph J. Quinlan, Andrew W. Murray, and Alfonso Casta Chapter 21 New Approaches to the Surgical Treatment of End-Stage Heart Failure, Marc E. Stone and Gregory W. Fischer Section V Extracorporeal Circulation Chapter 22 Cardiopulmonary Bypass and the Anesthesiologist, Christina Mora Mangano, Bradley J. Hindman, John L. Chow, and Max Kanevsky Chapter 23 Organ Protection During Cardiopulmonary Bypass, Hilary P. Grocott and Mark Stafford-Smith Chapter 24 Transfusion Medicine and Coagulation Disorders, Bruce D. Spiess, Jan Horrow, and Joel A. Kaplan Chapter 25 Discontinuing Cardiopulmonary Bypass, Jack S. Shanewise, Roberta Hines, and Joel A. Kaplan Section VI Postoperative Care Chapter 26 Postoperative Cardiac Recovery and Outcomes, Davy C. H. Cheng and Daniel Bainbridge Chapter 27 Postoperative Cardiovascular Management, Jerrold H. Levy, Kenichi Tanaka, James M. Bailey, and James G. Ramsay Chapter 28 Postoperative Respiratory Care, Thomas L. Higgins and Jean-Pierre Yared Chapter 29 Central Nervous System Dysfunction after Cardiopulmonary Bypass, Ivan Iglesias and John M. Murkin Chapter 30 Long-term Complications and Management, Dean T. Giacobbe and Michael J. Murray Chapter 31 Pain Management for the Postoperative Cardiac Patient, Mark A. Chaney.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323497985 20180416
Practical, user-friendly, and to the point, the newly updated Kaplan's Essentials of Cardiac Anesthesia, 2nd edition focuses on the most common topics and clinically applicable information in cardiac anesthesia today. Designed for residents, nurses, and clinicians seeking quick, high-yield answers rather than the encyclopedic information commonly found in larger references-in fact, its concise format makes it easy to complete a section in a single sitting. For an initial introduction to cardiac anesthesia, nothing compares to Kaplan's Essentials! Trusted authorities deliver the key cardiac anesthesia knowledge you need to know. A concise, user-friendly format and key points boxes in each chapter help you quickly locate crucial information. Annotated references guide you to the most practical additional resources. A portable size and clinical emphasis facilitates and enhances bedside patient care. Designed as a companion to Kaplan's Cardiac Anesthesia. Includes new topics vital to the current practice of cardiac anesthesiologists, such as transesophageal echocardiography; percutaneous valve procedures; new pacemakers and automatic internal defibrillators used for cardiac resynchronization therapy; left ventricular assist devices and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation therapy of heart failure; and patient safety issues. Focuses on today's most current and relevant therapies, including New Cardiac Drugs, and Heart Mate, Heart Ware, and Impella LVADs. Describes care of the cardiac patient in Hybrid Operating Rooms, Catheterization Laboratories, and Electrophysiology Laboratories, as well as the Cardiac Operating Rooms. Perfectly suited for residents, fellows, nurse anesthetists and anesthesiologists in practice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323497985 20180416
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1 online resource (xvii, 852 pages) : illustrations (some color)
  • Section 1: Basic Considerations 1. Anatomy and Physiology of the Pain Signaling Process 2. Neurochemistry of Somatosensory and Pain Processing 3. Taxonomy: Definition of Pain Terms and Chronic Pain Syndromes Section 2: Clinical Evaluation and Diagnostic Examinations 4. Physical Examination of the Patient with Pain 5. Pain Assessment 6. Psychological Evaluation and Testing 7. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders and Pain Management 8. Neurophysiologic Testing for Pain 9. Anatomy, Imaging and Common Pain-Generating Degenerative Pathologies of the Spine 10. Determination of Disability Section 3: Perioperative Pain Management 11. Preventive Analgesia 12. Perioperative Nonopioid Infusions for Postoperative Pain Management 13. Patient-Controlled Analgesia 14. Intrathecal Opioid Injections for Postoperative Pain 15. Epidural Opioids for Postoperative Pain 16. Continuous Peripheral Nerve Blocks 17. Pediatric Postoperative Pain 18. Chronic Pain After Surgery Section 4: Chronic Pain Syndromes 19. Migraine Headache and the Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias (TAC) 20. Tension-Type Headache, Chronic Tension-Type Headache, and Other Chronic Headache Types 21. Postmeningeal Puncture Headache and Spontaneous Intracranial Hypotension 22. Cervicogenic Headache 23. Orofacial Pain 24. Overview of Low Back Pain Disorders 25. Myofascial Pain Syndrome 26. Fibromyalgia and Centralized Pain States 27. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome 28. Herpes Zoster and Postherpetic Neuralgia 29. Postamputation Pain 30. Central Pain States 31. Pelvic Pain 32. Painful Peripheral Neuropathies 33. Entrapment Neuropathies Section 5: Cancer Pain and Pain in Special Situations 34. Approach to Management of Cancer Pain 35. Management of Pain at End of Life 36. Pain Management in the Emergency Department 37. Chronic Pain Management in Children and Adolescents 38. Sickle Cell Pain 39. Pain Management During Pregnancy and Lactation 40. Pain Control in the Critically Ill Patient 41. Geriatric Pain Section 6: Pharmacology and Pharmacologic Modalities 42. Major Opioids and Pain Management 43. Opioids Used for Mild to Moderate Pain 44. The Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic and Emerging Prescribing Guidelines 45. Legal and Regulatory Issues in Pain Management 46. Urine Drug Testing 47. Substance Use Disorders and Detoxification 48. Psychopharmacology for Pain Medicine 49. Membrane Stabilizers 50. Recommendations for Pharmacological Therapy of Neuropathic Pain 51. Nonopioid Analgesics: NSAIDs, COX-2 Inhibitors, and Acetaminophen 52. Intravenous Infusions for Refractory Cancer and Chronic Pain States 53. Pharmacologic Management of Myofascial Pain 54. Pharmacologic Management of CRPS 55. Pharmacology for the Interventional Pain Physician 56. Role of Cannabinoids in Pain Management Section 7: Therapeutic Interventions 57. Ablative Neurosurgical Procedures for Treatment of Chronic Pain 58. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Approaches to Pain Management 59. Psychological Interventions for Chronic Pain 60. Acupuncture 61. Tai Chi and Chronic Pain Section 8: Interventional Techniques for Pain Management 62. Interlaminar Epidural Steroid Injections for Lumbosacral Radicular Pain 63. Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections and Selective Nerve Root Blocks 64. ANTI TNF - ? Drugs and DMARDs for Low Back Pain���������� ���������� 65. Facet Syndrome 66. Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome 67. Piriformis Syndrome 68. Pulsed Radiofrequency, Water-Cooled Radiofrequency, and Cryoneurolysis 69. Discography 70. Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty 71. Neurolytic Sympathetic Blocks 72. Central and Peripheral Neurolysis 73. Spinal Cord Stimulation 74. Peripheral Nerve Stimulation 75. Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation 76. Implanted Drug Delivery Systems for the Control of Chronic Pain 77. Fluoroscopy and Radiation Safety 78. Efficacy of Interventional Procedures for Neuropathic Pain Section 9: Other Nerve Blocks in Pain Medicine 79. Ultrasound-Guided Procedures for Pain Management 80. Deep Muscle Injections: Piriformis, Scalene Muscle, Iliposoas Injections 81. Ultrasound-Guided Musculoskeletal Injections--Shoulder, Hip, and Knee 82. Head and Neck Blocks 83. Truncal Blocks: Intercostal, Paravertebral, Interpleural, Tap, Suprascapular, Ilioinguinal, and Iliohypogastric Nerve Blocks 84. Sympathetic Blocks: Stellate Ganglion, Lumbar Sympathetic Blocks, and Visceral Sympathetic Blocks -- Fluoroscopy and Ultrasound-Guided 85. Interventional Pain Procedures in Patients on Anticoagulants 86. Interventional Pain Procedures and the Risk of Infection.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323401968 20180514
Accessible, concise, and clinically focused, Essentials of Pain Medicine, 4th Edition, by Drs. Honorio T. Benzon, Srinivasa N. Raja, Scott M. Fishman, Spencer S. Liu, and Steven P. Cohen, presents a complete, full-color overview of today's theory and practice of pain medicine and regional anesthesia. It provides practical guidance on the full range of today's pharmacologic, interventional, neuromodulative, physiotherapeutic, and psychological management options for the evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of persons in pain. Covers all you need to know to stay up to date in practice and excel at examinations - everything from basic considerations through local anesthetics, nerve block techniques, acupuncture, cancer pain, and much more. Uses a practical, quick-reference format with short, easy-to-read chapters. Presents the management of pain for every setting where it is practiced, including the emergency room, the critical care unit, and the pain clinic. Features hundreds of diagrams, illustrations, summary charts and tables that clarify key information and injection techniques - now in full color for the first time. Includes the latest best management techniques, including joint injections, ultrasound-guided therapies, and new pharmacologic agents (such as topical analgesics). Discusses recent global developments regarding opioid induced hyperalgesia, addiction and substance abuse, neuromodulation and pain management, and identification of specific targets for molecular pain. Expert ConsultT eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, Q&As, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323401968 20180514
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online resource (xvii, 852 pages) : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
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  • 1. The evolution of minimally invasive cardiac surgery for patients with CHDs 2. Anesthesia for minimally invasive surgery 3. Operative echocardiography 4. Cardiopulmonary-bypass strategies 5. Surgical instruments 6. Mid-line lower mini-sternotomy 7. Mid-line superior mini-sternotomy 8. Right-anterior mini-thoracotomy 9. Right-lateral "axillary" mini-thoracotomy 10. Postoperative issue 11. Surgical results 12. Postoperative outcomes 13. Future perspectives.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780128113554 20180910
Fundamentals of Congenital Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery is a first of its kind, fully-illustrated guide that is solely dedicated to the most diffused congenital minimally invasive cardiac surgery procedures. It provides detailed, step-by-step descriptions of surgical maneuvers to underline each aspect of the procedures along with full color drawings and operative pictures to enhance understanding. Each chapter fully describes the preoperative setting, the needed materials and the required technical skills that make specific congenital heart defects amenable to minimally invasive surgical treatment. This is the perfect go-to reference for pediatric and congenital cardiac surgeons, and is also a must-have guide for residents in cardiac surgery who are looking to review the technical aspects and outcomes of utilizing a minimally invasive approach for cardiac surgery.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780128113554 20180910
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1 online resource : illustrations (chiefly color).
  • I: Anesthesia and Emergency Procedures 1. Anesthesia of the Hand 2. Fasciotomy for Compartment Syndrome of the Hand and Forearm 3. Revision Amputation and Shortening of Digit 4. Drainage of Septic Arthritis (Including Fight Bite) and Septic Tenosynovitis II: Hand Fractures and Dislocations 5. Kirschner Wire Fixation of Mallet Fracture (Ishiguro Extension Block Technique) 6. Closed Reduction with Kirschner Wire Fixation of Extra-Articular Phalangeal Fractures 7. Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of Extra-Articular Phalangeal Fractures (Transverse, Spiral and Long Oblique Fractures) 8. Dynamic External Fixation of Fracture-Dislocation of Proximal Interphalangeal Joint (Suzuki Frame) 9. Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of Intra-Articular Phalangeal Fractures 10. Volar Plate Arthroplasty of the Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 11. Hemi-Hamate Arthroplasty for Proximal Interphalangeal Joint Fracture-Dislocations 12. Closed Reduction with Kirschner Wire Fixation of Metacarpal Shaft Fractures 13. Percutaneous Intramedullary Kirschner wire Fixation of Metacarpal Head and Neck Fractures (Bouquet Technique) 14. Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of Metacarpal Shaft Fractures (Transverse, Spiral and Long Oblique Fractures) 15. Open Reduction for Metacarpophalangeal Joint Dislocation 16. Corrective Osteotomy of Metacarpal Fracture Malunion 17. Metacarpophalangeal Joint Arthroplasty (Traumatic Arthritis) Using Pyrocarbon Implants 18. Reconstruction of Acute and Chronic Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries of the Thumb 19. Closed Reduction with Kirschner Wire Fixation of Bennett and Rolando Fractures III: Wrist Fractures and Carpal Instability 20. Arthroscopic Examination of the Wrist 21. Scapholunate Ligament Repair and Reconstruction 22. Ligament Reconstruction for Chronic Scapholunate Dissociation (Brunelli Tenodesis) 23. Lunotriquetral Ligament Reconstruction Using a Slip of the Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Tendon 24. Open reduction Internal Fixation of Acute Scaphoid Fracture 25. Treatment of Scaphoid Nonunion 26. Open Reduction and Fixation of Acute Perilunate Fracture-Dislocation 27. Scaphoid Excision and Four Corner Fusion with Hubcap Plate 28. Ulnar Shortening Osteotomy for Ulnar Impaction Syndrome 29. Distal Radioulnar Joint Ligament Reconstruction Using Palmaris Longus Tendon 30. Procedures for Avascular Necrosis of the Lunate IV: Distal Radius Fractures 31. Operative Treatment of Distal Radius Fractures 32. Corrective Osteotomy of Distal Radius Malunion V: Rheumatoid Arthritis and Degenerative Disease 33. Metacarpophalangeal Joint Synovectomy, Extensor Tendon Centralization, and Cross Intrinsic Transfer 34. Tendon Transfers for Rheumatoid Tendon Attrition Rupture 35. Correction of Swan Neck Deformity 36. Correction of Boutonniere Deformity 37. Capsulotomy for PIP Contracture 38. Silicone Metacarpophalangeal Arthroplasty (SMPA) 39. Arthroplasty for Proximal Interphalangeal Joint Osteoarthritis 40. Distal interphalangeal Joint Arthrodesis (Osteoarthritis) 41. Joint Fusion for Thumb Metacarpophalangeal Instability 42. Reconstruction for Thumb Carpometacarpal Joint Instability Using Flexor Carpi Radialis (Littler Procedure) 43. Suspension Arthroplasty for Thumb Carpometacarpal Joint Arthritis Using Abductor Pollicis Longus 44. Distal Ulnar Resection (Darrach Procedure) 45. Sauve-Kapandji Procedure 46. Hemi-resection Ulnar Arthroplasty 47. Proximal Row Carpectomy 48. Total Wrist Arthroplasty 49. Total Wrist Fusion 50. Wrist Denervation VI: Nerve Conditions VI: A: Compression neuropathies 51. Open Carpal Tunnel Release 52. Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release 53. Revision Carpal Tunnel Release and Coverage Using a Hypothenar Fat Pad Flap 54. Decompression Procedures for Ulnar Compressive Neuropathy 55. Radial Nerve Decompression VI: B: Nerve injuries 56. Primary Nerve Repair and Nerve Graft for Traumatic Nerve Injuries 57. Tendon Transfers for Low Median Nerve Injury 58. Tendon Transfers for High Median Nerve Injury 59. Tendon Transfers for Low and High Ulnar Nerve Injury 60. Tendon Transfers for High and Low Radial Nerve Injury 61. Distal Anterior Interosseous Nerve (AIN) transfer to motor branch of ulnar Nerve 62. Triple Nerve Transfer for Brachial Plexus Injuries VII: Tendon Conditions 63. Wide Awake Approach to Hand Surgery for Commonly Performed Procedures 64. Acute repair of Flexor Tendon Injuries in Zone I-V 65. Two-stage Flexor Tendon Reconstruction with Silicone Rod 66. A2 Flexor Tendon Pulley Reconstruction with Free Tendon Graft 67. Tenolysis of Flexor Tendons 68. Acute repair of Extensor Tendon Injuries Zones I to VII 69. Stabilization of Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Tendon Subluxation with Extensor Retinaculum 70. Release of Trigger Finger 71. Release of De Quervains Tenosynovitis VIII: Flaps and Microsurgery 72. Flap Coverage of Fingertip Injuries 73. Flap Coverage of Thumb Defects 74. Dorsal Metacarpal Artery Flap and Dorsal Metacarpal Artery Perforator Flap 75. Pedicled Forearm Flap 76. Pedicled and Free Groin Flap 77. Lateral Arm Flap 78. Free Anterolateral Thigh Flap 79. Revascularization and Replantation of Digits 80. Digital Artery Sympathectomy for Raynaud's Phenomenon 81. Ulnar artery to Superficial Arch Bypass with a Vein Graft IX: Dupuytren Contracture 82. Enzymatic Treatment with Collagenase Clostridium Histolyticum (CCH) Injection 83. Percutaneous Needle Aponeurotomy for Dupuytren Contracture 84. Open fasciectomy for Dupuytren Contracture 85. Dermatofaciectomy for Dupuytren Contracture X: Spastic Conditions 86. Deltoid to Triceps Transfer and Biceps to Triceps Transfer 87. Biceps and Brachialis Lengthening 88. Brachioradialis to Extensor Carpi Radialis Tendon Transfer 89. Adjunctive Thumb Procedures in Tetraplegia 90. Step-cut Fractional Lengthening of Flexor Tendons and Flexor Digitorum Superficialis to Flexor Digitoroum Profundus Transfer 91. Brachioradialis/Pronator Teres to Flexor Pollicis Longus Tendon Transfer 92. Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus Transfer to Flexor Digitorum Profundus XI: Congenital Hand Disorders 93. Release of Finger Syndactyly 94. Duplicated Thumb and Finger Treatment 95. Index Pollicization for Hypoplastic Thumb 96. Camptodactyly Correction 97. Release of Constriction Ring Syndrome 98. Centralization for Radial Longitudinal Deficiency 99. Cleft Hand Reconstruction 100. Arthrogryposis Reconstruction XII: Tumors 101. Lumps and Bumps of the Hand and Wrist 102. Excision of Vascular Lesions of the Hand 103. Excision of Metacarpal Enchondroma 104. Excision of Peripheral Nerve Schwanoma 105. Excision of Malignant Skin Tumors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323401913 20170410
Perform all the latest procedures and get the best results with the new edition of Operative Techniques: Hand and Wrist Surgery. This compact atlas-style volume provides an efficient review of the scope of hand surgery, including every potential patient scenario, while updated indications and techniques equip you to treat the gamut of upper extremity disorders. Each chapter has been carefully rewritten to provide consistent delivery of the most up-to-date techniques. Enhanced procedural videos, produced and narrated by Dr. Chung himself, help guide the essence and key aspects of an operation and are included in most chapters.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323401913 20170410
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online resource (xviii, 836 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)
  • Cardiac risk, imaging, and the cardiology consultation
  • Cardiac catheterization laboratory : diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in the adult patient
  • Cardiac electrophysiology : diagnosis and treatment
  • Cardiac physiology
  • Coronary physiology and atherosclerosis
  • Molecular and genetic cardiovascular medicine and systemic inflammation
  • Pharmacology of anesthetic drugs
  • Cardiovascular pharmacology
  • Electrocardiographic monitoring
  • Monitoring of the heart and vascular system
  • Basic intraoperative transesophageal echocardiography
  • Central nervous system monitoring
  • Coagulation monitoring
  • Anesthesia for myocardial revascularization
  • Valvular heart disease : replacement and repair
  • Congenital heart disease in adults
  • Thoracic aorta
  • Uncommon cardiac diseases
  • Anesthesia for heart, lung, and heart-lung transplantation
  • Pulmonary thromboendarterectomy for chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension
  • Procedures in the hybrid operating room
  • Mechanical assist devices for heart failure
  • Reoperative cardiac surgery
  • Patient safety in the cardiac operating room
  • Cardiopulmonary bypass management and organ protection
  • Extracorporeal devices including extracorporeal membrane oxygenation
  • Transfusion medicine and coagulation disorders
  • Discontinuing cardiopulmonary bypass
  • Postoperative respiratory care
  • Postoperative cardiovascular management
  • Central nervous system dysfunction after cardiopulmonary bypass
  • Long-term complications and management
  • Postoperative pain management for the cardiac patient.
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online resource (xxiii, 214 pages) ; 28 cm
  • Nerve anatomy of the upper limbs
  • Surgical anatomy and approaches to the nerves of the lower limb
  • Nerve injuries : anatomy, pathophysiology, and classification
  • Clinical aspects of peripheral nerve lesions in the upper limb
  • Clinical aspects of traumatic peripheral nerve lesions in the lower limb
  • Electrodiagnostic pre-, intra-, and postoperative evaluations
  • Magnetic resonance neurography and peripheral nerve surgery
  • Ultrasound in peripheral nerve surgery (compression neuropathy, trauma, tumor)
  • Surgical repair of nerve lesions : neurolysis and neurorrhaphy with grafts or tubes
  • Timing in traumatic peripheral nerve lesions
  • Outcomes in the repair of nerve injuries
  • Gunshot and other missile wounds to the peripheral nerves
  • Compressive lesions of the upper limb : clinical presentation, timing, and surgical strategies
  • Compressive lesions of the lower limb and trunk : clinical presentation and surgical management
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Traumatic brachial plexus lesions : clinical aspects, assessment, and timing of surgical repair
  • Traumatic brachial plexus injuries : surgical techniques and strategies
  • Neonatal brachial plexus lesions : clinical presentation and assessment
  • Neonatal brachial plexus lesion : surgical strategies
  • Lumbosacral plexus injuries : clinical presentation, assessment, and surgical strategies
  • Facial nerve palsy : indications and techniques of surgical repair
  • Benign peripheral nerve tumors
  • Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors.
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331 pages ; 21 cm
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online resource (xvi, 186 pages) : illustrations (some color)
"About 85% of spine deformities (scoliosis, kyphosis, lordosis) are idiopathic, but some forms are caused by severe neuromuscular disorder such as muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, Friedreich's ataxia, and spinal cord tumors and lesions. These are more difficult conditions, since curve progression is much greater than in idiopathic conditions and bracing does not usually prevent progression of the spinal curvature. Smaller curvatures in nonambulatory patients can sometimes be treated by wheelchair modifications, but most patients will undergo surgery. These surgeries are complex because of the severity of the condition itself and because of the various other medical conditions affecting these patients. There is currently no book on the topic, and chapters in spine deformity books give the topic scant coverage. Samdani et al are the world's leader in this field, and they will present the definitive book on the topic, featuring foundational chapters, coverage of the specific neuromuscular disorders, surgical techniques, and postop considerations and complications, and the will be accompanied by surgical videos. The Authors are members of the prestigious Harms Study Group, a worldwide association of spine surgeons performing multi-center research studies on scoliosis"--Provided by publisher.
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online resource (viii, 511 pages) ; 18 cm
  • Neuroanatomy
  • Neurophysiology
  • Neuropathology
  • Neuropharmacology
  • Cranial neurosurgery
  • Spine
  • Peripheral nerves
  • Neurology
  • Neuroradiology.
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online resource (xxv, 359 pages) ; 29 cm
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673 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • Artikelaufbau
  • Biobibliographien von A-Z
  • Adamjuk, Emelian Valentinevič
  • Adelmann, Georg Franz Blasius von
  • Ambodik-Maksimovič, Nestor Maksimovič
  • Andogskij, Nikolaj Ivanovič
  • Amholdt, Adam
  • Balandin, Elias (J[elias])
  • Barabašev (Barabašov), Pavel Nikolaevič
  • Basov, Vasilij Aleksandrovič
  • Beckers, Ludwig
  • Bereznegovskij, Nikolaj Ivanovič
  • Bergmann, Emst Gustav Benjamin von
  • Bidder, Friedrich Emst von
  • Bierkowski, Józef Ludwik (von, de)
  • Blessig, Emst Friedrich
  • Blumenthal, Heinrich Ludwig Johann Friedrich von
  • Bobrov, Aleksandr Alekseevič
  • Bogdanovskij, Evstachij Ivanovič
  • Boldyrev, Matvej Fedorovič
  • Bomhaupt, Theodor Carl Georg(e)
  • Braun, Gustav
  • Braunštejn, Evsej Petrovič (Ovsej Pinchusovič)
  • Bredichin, Ivan Aleksandrovič
  • Brosse, Peter Gottlieb (von)
  • Buengner, Otto von
  • Burdenko, Nikolaj Nilovič
  • Busch, Johann Peter Friedrich (v.)
  • Garns, Emst August
  • Chodin, Andrej VasiF evič
  • Chotovickij, Stepan (Stefan) Fomič
  • Deutsch, Christian Friedrich (von)
  • Dobrotvorskij, Vasilij Ivanovič
  • Dobrovol'skij, Vladimir Ivanovič
  • Dohnberg, Adolph Hermann
  • Dolganov, Vladimir Nikolaevič
  • Dsime, Johannes Karl Christian
  • Dubovickij, Petr Aleksandrovič
  • El(l)ačič (Iellačič, Jellačič), Franc Osipovič (Iosifovič)
  • Erofeev, Feofil Andreevič
  • Eveckij (Evetckij), Fedor Orestovič
  • Evenius, Alexander August
  • Florinskij, Vasilij Markovič
  • Gejnac, Vladimir Nikolaevič
  • Gerken, Nikolaj Aleksandrovič
  • Goedechen, Adolph Alexander (von)
  • Golovin, Sergej Selivanovič (Sergij Selivanovyč)
  • Gram(m)atikati, Ivan Nikolaevič
  • Gromov, Sergej Alekseevič
  • Grube, Wilhelm Johann Sigismund
  • Gruzdev, Viktorin Sergeevič
  • Gubarev, Aleksandr Petrovič
  • Guleke, Nicolai Gustav Hermann
  • Hahn, Friedrich Wilhelm von
  • Heyfelder, Johann Ferdinand Martin
  • Hiltebrandt, Friedrich Justus Jacob
  • Hiltebrandt, Johann Konrad
  • Hirschmann, Leopold Leonhard
  • Holst, Johannes von
  • Höppner (Heppner), Karl Ludwig
  • Horwitz, Martin
  • Hruby, Joseph Emst
  • Huebbenet, Anton Christian August von
  • Inozemcev (Inozemcov), Fedor Ivanovič
  • Ivanov, Aleksandr Vladimirovič
  • Jastrebov, Nikolaj Vasil� vič
  • Jochmann, Johann Ludwig
  • Junge, Eduard Johann
  • Kandaratskij (Kandarackij), Michail Fedorovič
  • Karavaev, Vladimir Afanas� vič
  • Kauzmann, Michael Ehrenreich
  • Kessler, Paul Leonhard
  • Kieter (Kyter), Justinus Ludwig Alexander von, de
  • Kil� juševskij, Pavel Nikolaevič
  • Kilian, Hermann Friedrich (Franz)
  • Koch, Friedrich Wilhelm Julius (von)
  • Koch, Woldemar Friedrich
  • Kolomnin, Sergej Petrovič
  • Korženevskij, Ippolit Osipovič
  • Kosinskij, Julian Francevič
  • Krjukov, Adrian Aleksandrovič
  • Küstner, Otto Emst
  • Kuz� in, Vasilij Ivanovič
  • Lazarevic, Ivan Pavlovič
  • Lebedev, Aleksej Ivanovič
  • Levšin, Lev L� ovič
  • Lichtenstädt, Jeremias Rudolph
  • Maklakov, Aleksej Alekseevič
  • Maklakov, Aleksej Nikolaevič
  • Maksimov, Vasilij Vasil� vič
  • Malinovskij, Lev Aleksandrovič
  • Matveev, Aleksandr Pavlovič
  • Mine, Vladimir Michajlovič (Zeev Vol� )
  • Moier, Johann Christian von
  • Monastyrskij, Nestor Dmitrievič
  • Muratov, Aleksandr Aleksandrovič
  • Myš, Vladimir Michajlovič
  • Nasilov, Ivan Ivanovič
  • Nemmert, Peter
  • Neznamov, Emel� an Andreevič
  • Nikol� kij, Michail Vasil� vič
  • Oettingen, Georg Philipp von
  • Oppel� Vladimir Andreevič
  • Orlov, Leonid Vladimirovič
  • Orlov, Vsevolod Nikolaevič
  • Osten-Sacken, Ewald Emil Baron von der
  • Over, Aleksandr Ivanovič (Egorovič)
  • Pecken (Paecken, Päcken), Matthias (a, von)
  • Pelechin, Pavel Petrovič
  • Pelechin, Petr Pavlovič
  • Platonov, Petr Sawič
  • Podrez, Apollinarij Grigor� vič
  • Pol� Andrej Ivanovič
  • Pms(s)ak, Aleksandr Fedorovič
  • Radecki, Rudolf Friedrich von
  • Raehlmann, Andreas Eduard
  • Ratimov, Vasilij Aleksandrovič
  • Razcvetov (Rascvetov), Aleksandr Pavlovič
  • Razumovskij, Vasilij Ivanovič
  • Rein, Friedrich Karl
  • Reyher, Carl Dietrich (Peter) Christoph(er) von
  • Richter, Michael von
  • Rinek, Aleksandr Christianovič
  • Rklickij, Ivan Vasil� vič
  • Rogovič, Nikolaj Afanas� vič
  • Rostovcev, Michail Ivanovič
  • Rudolph, Johann Heinrich
  • Runge, Heinrich Max
  • Rustickij, Osip Aleksandrovič
  • Sališčev, Ėrnst Gavrilovič
  • Salomon, Christian
  • Savenko, Petr Nazarovič
  • Schaack (Schaak, Schack), Wilhelm
  • Sklifosovskij (Sklifasovskij), Nikolaj Vasil� vič
  • Slavj anskij, Kronid Fe(o)dorovič
  • Snegirev, Vladimir Fedorovič
  • Sokolov, Nikolaj Andreevič
  • Solov� v, Aleksandr Nikolaevič
  • Struve, Adolf Heinrich (v.)
  • Subbotin, Maksim Semenovič
  • Ševkunenko, Viktor Nikolaevič (Mykolajovyč)
  • Šimanovskij (Simanovskij), Julij Karlovič
  • Šokal'skij, Viktor-Feliks (Antonovič)
  • Tiling, Gustav Friedrich Adolf (v.)
  • Toločinov, Nikolaj Filippovič
  • Voinov, Michail Michajlovič
  • Vvedenskij, Aleksej Andreevič
  • Wahl, Eduard Georg von
  • Walt(h)er, Piers Uso Friedrich von
  • Weber, Friedrich Daniel
  • Zeidler, Hermann Albert Ludwig
  • Zilchert, Otto August Hermann
  • Abgekürzt zitierte Literatur
  • Personenregister.
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online resource (xiii, 334 pages) ; 21 cm
  • The specialty of orthopaedic surgery / Abdullah Qatu, Kenneth A. Egol
  • Getting to know your patient / Stephanie Bazylewicz
  • Getting to know your patient / Stephanie Bazylewicz
  • Evaluation of the new patient / Stephanie Bazylewicz
  • Orthopaedic surgical patients : an overview / Ariana Lott, Kenneth A. Egol
  • Operative management / Avraham Schulgasser
  • Nonoperative orthopaedic conditions / Rebekah Belayneh, Kenneth A. Egol
  • Navigating the operating room / David Kugelman, Kenneth A. Egol
  • Administrative services / Monica Racanelli
  • Tips and tricks of the trade / Monica Racanelli
  • Office procedures / Kenneth A. Egol.
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online resource (xli, 686 pages) : illustrations (some color)
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