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Trauma anesthesia

Author: Charles E Smith
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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Trauma patients present unique challenges to anesthesiologists. Acute injuries require resource intensive care and are often complex cases especially when coupled with underlying, preexisting medical conditions. Anesthesiologists are involved with trauma patients beginning with airway and shock resuscitation, continuing with intraoperative care during surgery, and extending on to pain management and critical care  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charles E Smith
ISBN: 9780521870580 0521870585
OCLC Number: 181359039
Description: xvii, 606 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Contents: Foreward; 1. Trauma airway management William C. Wilson; 2. Shock management Richard P. Dutton; 3. Establishing vascular access in the trauma patient Matthew A. Joy, Donn Marciniak and Kasia Petelenz-Rubin; 4. Monitoring the trauma patient Steele, Soran, Donn Marciniak and Charles E. Smith; 5. Fluid and blood therapy in trauma Maxim Novikov and Charles E. Smith; 6. Massive transfusion protocols in trauma care John E. Forestner; 7. Blood loss: does it change my intravenous anesthetic? Ken Johnson and Talmage D. Egan; 8. Pharmacology of neuromuscular blocking agents and their reversal in trauma patients Francois Donati; 9. Abdominal trauma: surgical issues Amy McDonald; 10. Anesthesia considerations for abdominal trauma William C. Wilson; 11. Cardiac and great vessel trauma Naz Bige Aydin, Michael C. Moon and Indergit Gill; 12. Anesthesia considerations for cardiothoracic trauma Gerhardt and Gravlee; 13. Intraoperative one-lung ventilation for trauma anesthesia Peter Slinger and George W. Kanellakos; 14. Use of echocardiography and ultrasound in trauma Colin Royse and Alistair Royse; 15. Trauma and regional anesthesia Shalini Dhir and Sugantha Ganapathy; 16. Musculoskeletal trauma Heather A. Vallier and Mark D. Jenkins; 17. Anesthesia considerations for musculoskeletal trauma R. M. Donatiello, Andrew D. Rosenberg and Charles E. Smith; 18. Ultrasound procedures in trauma Paul Soeding and Peter Hebbard; 19. Hypothermia in trauma Eldar Soreide and Charles E. Smith; 20. Damage control in severe trauma Michael Parr and Buehner; 21. Burn injuries Charles J. Yowler; 22. Anesthesia for burns Jessica Anne Lovich-Sapola; 23. Oral and maxillofacial trauma Ketan P. Parekh and Cecil S. Ash; 24. Eye trauma and anesthesia Steven Roth; 25. Acute spinal cord injuries Timothy Moore; 26. Management of mechanical ventilation in critically injured patients Maureen McCunn; 27. Trauma in pregnancy John R. Fisgus, Kalpana Tvagaraj and Sohail Kamran Mahboobi; 28. Trauma in the elderly Jeffrey Silverstein; 29. Pediatric trauma anesthesia Joy Loy; 30. Intensive care unit management of pediatric brain injury Robert Cohn, Maroun Mhanna, Elie Rizkala and Dennis M. Super; 31. Field anesthesia and military injury Mahoney and McFarland; 32. Teams, team training and the role of simulation in trauma Paul Barach; 33. Trauma systems, triage and transfer John Como; 34. Post-trauma chronic pain Kutaibba Tabbaa.
Responsibility: edited by Charles E. Smith ; associate editor, John J. Como.
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A reference book for anesthesiologists confronted with the unique challenges of trauma patients.  Read more...

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"This text provides an up-to-date and comprehensive approach to modern perioperative trauma care." --Canadian Journal of Anesthesia

 
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