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Cambridge Core - Anesthesia, Intensive Care, Pain Management - Core Topics in Paediatric Anaesthesia - edited by Ian James. Contents. Core Topics in Paediatric Anaesthesia - Half title page. pp i-ii. Access. PDF · HTML; Export citation. Core Topics in Paediatric Anaesthesia is a comprehensive text that provides focused information on general anesthesia applications and. Köp Core Topics in Paediatric Anaesthesia av Ian James, Isabeau PDF-böcker lämpar sig inte för läsning på små skärmar, t ex mobiler.

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Core Topics In Paediatric Anaesthesia Pdf

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The full text of this article hosted at iucr. E-mail address: Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. Core Topics in Paediatric Anaesthesia is a comprehensive text that provides focused information on general anesthesia applications and includes specifics regarding the diagnoses, psychology, pharmacology, and legal aspects of this specialty. This text is targeted to an audience that includes those directly associated with pediatric anesthesia as well as those involved with general practice, pediatrics, and emergency medicine. Written with the intent to provide insight into the core topics of pediatric anesthesia, this manual accomplishes this effectively. This book includes a detailed discussion of the practice of pediatric anesthesia, with contributions from those considered experts in their specific areas of this specialty field. The text is divided into four primary sections. These four sections are composed of 42 chapters and have overview headings including introductory material, general principles of the perioperative period, clinical anesthesia with specialty considerations, and the critically ill child.

Discussed in chapter 8 are inherited metabolic disorders and other congenital conditions and syndromes. A chart is provided outlining these diseases and considerations that should be reviewed prior to providing anesthesia.

Chapter 9 covers premature infants with an emphasis on commonly encountered problems. Chapters 11 through 14 review the generalities of anesthesia.

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Included are commonly encountered problems and their appropriate treatments. There is also a discussion on the appropriate equipment selection, which includes proper size determination.

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A discussion on the types of patient monitoring that is required during surgery is also included. Venous access techniques are reviewed. This is followed by a discussion of proper fluid resuscitation, which is organized by each clinical situation.

There is also valuable information on detecting signs of phlebitis. Many charts are provided throughout chapter 14 that are extremely helpful with fluid management. Chapters 15 and 18 cover the use of general anesthesia during both intraoperative and perioperative periods.

Chapter 16 covers regional anesthesia use and includes multiple charts outlining the specific nerve blocks, medications, and ultrasound use. Images are included and provide detailed examples of the procedures.

Procedural sedation is reviewed in chapter Scenarios, medications, and levels of sedation required are discussed in detail. This section concludes with treatment and prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting, which can occur with any anesthetic agent used. Section III includes chapters 20 through 37, in which anesthesia for specific clinical scenarios is discussed.

Chapter 21 covers commonly encountered pediatric and neonatal surgeries, such as bowel obstruction, gastroschisis, hernias, appendicitis, and tumors.

The rest of the chapters in this section are divided into specialty conditions. These include otorhinolaryngology, dental and maxillofacial surgery, craniofacial, neurosurgical issues, ophthalmology, plastic surgery, orthopedics, cardiothoracic surgery and cardiologic considerations, urology, hepatology, oncology, and radiologic procedures. Chapter 22 may be of particular interest to emergency medicine practitioners as it covers the compromised pediatric airway in detail, including intubation and backup techniques.

There are charts from the American Pediatric Association regarding difficult airways. The fourth and final section encompasses the care of a critically ill child and is perhaps the most pertinent to emergency and critical care personnel.

Chapter 38 discusses pediatric resuscitation, including basic and advanced life support, advanced airways, and cardiac rhythms. Pediatric Advanced Life Support algorithms are provided that deliver information in an easy to access format. The trauma survey and resuscitation are covered in detail in chapter 39, with specific management of medications, shock, and fluids. Next is chapter 40, in which definitions and management of burns are described in detail, along with providing diagrams of burn surface area percentage.

Chapters 41 and 42 provide a discussion of pediatric intensive care, stabilization, and transport. There is a focus on the types of ventilatory support modes followed by specific respiratory conditions such as bronchiolitis, status asthmaticus, and croup. This book includes a detailed discussion of the practice of pediatric anesthesia, with contributions from those considered experts in their specific areas of this specialty field.

The text is divided into four primary sections. These four sections are composed of 42 chapters and have overview headings including introductory material, general principles of the perioperative period, clinical anesthesia with specialty considerations, and the critically ill child.

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Tables, charts, and pictures are provided throughout the text and provide excellent visual representation of the information.

In addition, the central section of the book has a color atlas detailing various key pathologic conditions of the airway. Section I includes chapters 1 through 5.

These chapters cover introductory topics specific to pediatric anesthesia. Chapters 1 and 2 begin by outlining the differences in anatomy, respiratory status, and pharmacology between adults and children.

There is an additional section that highlights the specific differences in the neonate. The next chapter is pharmacology. Each class of medications is discussed separately. This allows for easy access of each of these medications based on their mechanisms of action. Psychological barriers are covered in chapter 3, which include appropriate techniques to ensure effective communication to patients and parents.

There are specific examples of nonverbal and visual communication skills that would be helpful when discussing these difficult situations. This chapter is particularly useful for the novice or the new practitioner. Chapter 4 highlights the legal aspects of obtaining consent. There is specific information on the requirements of consent, parental responsibility, and court cases that have been shown to be applicable. Chapter 5 covers the safeguarding of children.

This includes information on the identification and reporting of physical and sexual abuse with a description of the appropriate assessment of children with suspected abuse. Information regarding the proper legal pathways and proper documentation are also provided. Topics regarding the perioperative period and general principles of pediatric anesthesia are discussed in section II, which is composed of chapters 6 through This begins with a detailed presentation of how to obtain an appropriate history and physical examination of the patient.

Chapter 7 reviews common childhood conditions that may affect anesthesia, including sleep apnea, asthma, diabetes, adrenal abnormalities, blood dyscrasias, renal disorders, and neurologic concerns.

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Discussed in chapter 8 are inherited metabolic disorders and other congenital conditions and syndromes. A chart is provided outlining these diseases and considerations that should be reviewed prior to providing anesthesia. Chapter 9 covers premature infants with an emphasis on commonly encountered problems.

Chapters 11 through 14 review the generalities of anesthesia. Included are commonly encountered problems and their appropriate treatments. There is also a discussion on the appropriate equipment selection, which includes proper size determination. A discussion on the types of patient monitoring that is required during surgery is also included.

This is followed by a discussion of proper fluid resuscitation, which is organized by each clinical situation. There is also valuable information on detecting signs of phlebitis. Many charts are provided throughout chapter 14 that are extremely helpful with fluid management.

Chapters 15 and 18 cover the use of general anesthesia during both intraoperative and perioperative periods. Chapter 16 covers regional anesthesia use and includes multiple charts outlining the specific nerve blocks, medications, and ultrasound use. Images are included and provide detailed examples of the procedures. Procedural sedation is reviewed in chapter Scenarios, medications, and levels of sedation required are discussed in detail.

This section concludes with treatment and prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting, which can occur with any anesthetic agent used. Section III includes chapters 20 through 37, in which anesthesia for specific clinical scenarios is discussed.

Chapter 21 covers commonly encountered pediatric and neonatal surgeries, such as bowel obstruction, gastroschisis, hernias, appendicitis, and tumors. The rest of the chapters in this section are divided into specialty conditions.

These include otorhinolaryngology, dental and maxillofacial surgery, craniofacial, neurosurgical issues, ophthalmology, plastic surgery, orthopedics, cardiothoracic surgery and cardiologic considerations, urology, hepatology, oncology, and radiologic procedures.

Chapter 22 may be of particular interest to emergency medicine practitioners as it covers the compromised pediatric airway in detail, including intubation and backup techniques. There are charts from the American Pediatric Association regarding difficult airways.

The fourth and final section encompasses the care of a critically ill child and is perhaps the most pertinent to emergency and critical care personnel. Chapter 38 discusses pediatric resuscitation, including basic and advanced life support, advanced airways, and cardiac rhythms. Pediatric Advanced Life Support algorithms are provided that deliver information in an easy to access format.

The trauma survey and resuscitation are covered in detail in chapter 39, with specific management of medications, shock, and fluids. Next is chapter 40, in which definitions and management of burns are described in detail, along with providing diagrams of burn surface area percentage. Chapters 41 and 42 provide a discussion of pediatric intensive care, stabilization, and transport. There is a focus on the types of ventilatory support modes followed by specific respiratory conditions such as bronchiolitis, status asthmaticus, and croup.

Critical care support is then covered and divided by organ systems. Indications and the appropriate care for transfer to another facility conclude this section.

Overall, the authors and editors of Core Topics in Paediatric Anaesthesia have met their purpose of providing a text that is comprehensive in content, but appropriate for providers at various levels of practice.

The text is organized and transitions effectively between the different topics. The layout allows a reader to reference specific situations quickly and efficiently. This is especially helpful in the emergency department when a practitioner's time may be limited.

A possible improvement would be an electronic version for smartphones and tablets. Overall, this text will act as an invaluable resource for providers in the management of pediatric patients.

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