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Near misses in pediatric anesthesia

Author: J G Brock-Utne
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer, ©2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Authored by 'a superb clinician and award-winning teacher,'* Near Misses in Pediatric Anesthesiology, Second Edition is a thorough updating and significant expansion of this popular case book in the newest anesthesiology subspecialty to be approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties. The book comprises 87true-story clinical 'near misses,'including 40 cases that are brand new. Recommendations, references,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Anecdotes
Case studies
Case Reports
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J G Brock-Utne
ISBN: 9781461470403 1461470404
OCLC Number: 847198677
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 274 p.) : ill. (some col.)
Contents: Case 1: Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Under General Anesthesia --
Case 2: Sudden Anesthesia System Failure --
Case 3: Broviac Catheter Placement in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit --
Case 4: Occluded Reinforced (Armored) Endotracheal Tube --
Case 5: The Too-Small Rigid Bronchoscope --
Case 6: Anaphylaxis, Anaphylactoid Reaction, or What Was It? --
Case 7: Generalized Convulsions After Regional Anesthesia --
Case 8: Hypotension During Microdiscectomy --
Case 9: Intraoperative Hypotension in a Patient Receiving Chronic Steroids --
Case 10: Changing a Nasotracheal Tube for an Oral Tube in the Intensive Care Unit --
Case 11: Blocked Intravenous Line During Rapid-Sequence Induction --
Case 12: Postinduction Difficult Intubation --
Case 13: Blunt Upper Airway Trauma in a Patient with Recent Polysubstance Abuse --
Case 14: The Stuck Elevator --
Case 15: Postoperative Upper Airway Obstruction --
Case 16: Postoperative Respiratory Complications in a Neonate --
Case 17: Pregnant Teenager with a Bad Outcome --
Case 18: Tension Pneumoperitoneum --
Case 19: A Patient with Status Asthmaticus --
Case 20: Intraoperative Decrease in Electrocardiogram Amplitude: Cause for Concern? --
Case 21: Potential Disaster: An Intravenous Line That Stops Working in the Perioperative Phase --
Case 22: Ventilatory Management in Major Thoracic Incisional Injury --
Case 23: Airway Leak in a Prone Patient --
Case 24: Difficulty in Extubation --
Case 25: Tonsillectomy --
Case 26: An Unusual Cause of a Serious Cardiac Arrhythmia --
Case 27: A Patient with Supraglottic Mass --
Case 28: Pressurized Intravenous Hetastarch --
Case 29: Intraoperative Hypotension --
Case 30: Hematuria --
Case 31: Congenital Complete Heart Block --
Case 32: Neonatal Respiratory Distress --
Case 33: Respiratory Distress in the Intensive Care Unit --
Case 34: The Butterfly Needle (Abbott) --
Case 35: Hypotension on Induction of Anesthesia in a Trauma Patient --
Case 36: Delayed Postoperative Respiratory Obstruction --
Case 37: An Abnormal Capnogram --
Case 38: Retropharyngeal Abscess --
Case 39: Rising End-Tidal Carbon Dioxide --
Case 40: Acute Abdomen --
Case 41: Difficulty in Ventilation in the Postinduction Period --
Case 42: Unexplained Low Oxygen Saturation --
Case 43: Occlusion of an Endotracheal Tube in a Neonate --
Case 44: Surgical Emphysema After a Motor Vehicle Accident --
Case 45: Postoperative Respiratory Arrest --
Case 46: Rapid Increase in Body Temperature After Induction of General Anesthesia --
Case 47: Intraoperative "Oozing" --
Case 48: A Tip for Nasotracheal Intubation --
Case 49: A Case of Anisocoria Following General Anesthesia --
Case 50: A Routine Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy --
Case 51: Drug Overdose --
Case 52: Cardiac Arrest in a Neonate --
Case 53: Bilateral Tourniquets. Beware --
Case 54: Neurofibromatosis. A Warning --
Case 55: A Machine Failure --
Case 56: A Severe Case of Bronchospasm --
Case 57: A Peanut in the Airway --
Case 58: A Sprinkler Spike Lodged in a Patient's Head --
Case 59: Infusion of Cold Blood. Should We Worry? --
Case 60: Respiratory Arrest After Extubation --
Case 61: Sudden Increase in End-Tidal CO2 --
Case 62: A Case of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) --
Case 63: Intraoperative Airway Obstruction --
Case 64: An Anterior Mediastinal Mass. What Will You Do? --
Case 65: A "Routine" MRI Case --
Case 66: A Serious Problem During Neurosurgery --
Case 67: A Case of Severe Intra-abdominal Pressure --
Case 68: A Case of Severe Laryngospasm --
Case 69: An ETT Suction Problem --
Case 70: A Child Refusing an Operation --
Case 71: Why So Sleepy? --
Case 72: Check Your Facts --
Case 73: A Strange Capnogram --
Case 74: Relying on Others --
Case 75: Monitored Anesthesia Care. Watch Out --
Case 76: An Intermittently Worrisome Capnography Trace --
Case 77: Cardiac Arrest at the Conclusion of Neurosurgery --
Case 78: Watch Out --
Case 79: A Complication of Central Venous Cannulation? --
Case 80: An Example of Murphy's Law --
Case 83: A Potentially Serious Incident --
Case 84: Rusty Material in an Oxygen Flowmeter --
Case 85: A Surprising Solution to an Airway Emergency --
Case 86: An Airway Leak in the ICU --
Case 87: Pediatric Dental Anesthesia. Case 1: Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Under General Anesthesia --
Case 2: Sudden Anesthesia System Failure --
Case 3: Broviac Catheter Placement in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit --
Case 4: Occluded Reinforced (Armored) Endotracheal Tube --
Case 5: The Too-Small Rigid Bronchoscope --Case 6: Anaphylaxis, Anaphylactoid Reaction, or What Was It? --
Case 7: Generalized Convulsions After Regional Anesthesia --
Case 8: Hypotension During Microdiscectomy --Case 9: Intraoperative Hypotension in a Patient Receiving Chronic Steroids --
Case 10: Changing a Nasotracheal Tube for an Oral Tube in the Intensive Care Unit --
Case 11: Blocked Intravenous Line During Rapid-Sequence Induction --
Case 12: Postinduction Difficult Intubation --
Case 13: Blunt Upper Airway Trauma in a Patient with Recent Polysubstance Abuse --
Case 14: The Stuck Elevator --
Case 15: Postoperative Upper Airway Obstruction --Case 16: Postoperative Respiratory Complications in a Neonate --
Case 17: Pregnant Teenager with a Bad Outcome --
Case 18: Tension Pneumoperitoneum --
Case 19: A Patient with Status Asthmaticus --
Case 20: Intraoperative Decrease in Electrocardiogram Amplitude: Cause for Concern? --
Case 21: Potential Disaster: An Intravenous Line That Stops Working in the Perioperative Phase --
Case 22: Ventilatory Management in Major Thoracic Incisional Injury --
Case 23: Airway Leak in a Prone Patient --
Case 24: Difficulty in Extubation --
Case 25: Tonsillectomy --
Case 26: An Unusual Cause of a Serious Cardiac Arrhythmia --
Case 27: A Patient with Supraglottic Mass --
Case 28: Pressurized Intravenous Hetastarch --
Case 29: Intraoperative Hypotension --
Case 30: Hematuria --
Case 31: Congenital Complete Heart Block --
Case 32: Neonatal Respiratory Distress --
Case 33: Respiratory Distress in the Intensive Care Unit --
Case 34: The Butterfly Needle (Abbott) --
Case 35: Hypotension on Induction of Anesthesia in a Trauma Patient --
Case 36: Delayed Postoperative Respiratory Obstruction --
Case 37: An Abnormal Capnogram --
Case 38: Retropharyngeal Abscess --
Case 39: Rising End-Tidal Carbon Dioxide --
Case 40: Acute Abdomen --
Case 41: Difficulty in Ventilation in the Postinduction Period --
Case 42: Unexplained Low Oxygen Saturation --
Case 43: Occlusion of an Endotracheal Tube in a Neonate --
Case 44: Surgical Emphysema After a Motor Vehicle Accident --
Case 45: Postoperative Respiratory Arrest --
Case 46: Rapid Increase in Body Temperature After Induction of General Anesthesia --
Case 47: Intraoperative "Oozing" --
Case 48: A Tip for Nasotracheal Intubation --
Case 49: A Case of Anisocoria Following General Anesthesia --
Case 50: A Routine Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy --
Case 51: Drug Overdose --
Case 52: Cardiac Arrest in a Neonate --
Case 53: Bilateral Tourniquets. Beware --
Case 54: Neurofibromatosis. A Warning --
Case 55: A Machine Failure --
Case 56: A Severe Case of Bronchospasm --
Case 57: A Peanut in the Airway --
Case 58: A Sprinkler Spike Lodged in a Patient's Head --
Case 59: Infusion of Cold Blood. Should We Worry? --
Case 60: Respiratory Arrest After Extubation --
Case 61: Sudden Increase in End-Tidal CO₂ --
Case 62: A Case of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) --
Case 63: Intraoperative Airway Obstruction --
Case 64: An Anterior Mediastinal Mass. What Will You Do? --
Case 65: A "Routine" MRI Case --
Case 66: A Serious Problem During Neurosurgery --
Case 67: A Case of Severe Intra-abdominal Pressure --
Case 68: A Case of Severe Laryngospasm --
Case 69: An ETT Suction Problem --
Case 70: A Child Refusing an Operation --
Case 71: Why So Sleepy? --
Case 72: Check Your Facts --
Case 73: A Strange Capnogram --
Case 74: Relying on Others --
Case 75: Monitored Anesthesia Care. Watch Out --
Case 76: An Intermittently Worrisome Capnography Trace --
Case 77: Cardiac Arrest at the Conclusion of Neurosurgery --
Case 78: Watch Out --
Case 79: A Complication of Central Venous Cannulation? --
Case 80: An Example of Murphy's Law --
Case 81: A Tragic Case --
Case 82: Hemoptysis from a 2-Month Tracheostomy --
Case 83: A Potentially Serious Incident --
Case 84: Rusty Material in an Oxygen Flowmeter --
Case 85: A Surprising Solution to an Airway Emergency --
Case 86: An Airway Leak in the ICU --
Case 87: Pediatric Dental Anesthesia.
Responsibility: John G. Brock-Utne.
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