Pediatric cardiac surgical procedure is a dynamic, fast-moving box. Busy practitioners, such as you, desire transparent and complete information you could depend upon to make sure optimum sufferer care.
For over 25 years Pediatric Cardiac Surgery has been the gold-standard reference for pediatric and grownup congenital heart surgeons, pediatric and congenital cardiologists, intensivists, anesthesiologists, citizens and nurses.
Now, during this completely revised fourth version, you back get relied on, entire insurance of the sphere with well timed new good points and specialist experiences of serious issues together with middle transplantation, rising modalities for diagnosing congenital middle and tracheal defects, the surgical means of Fontan conversion with arrhythmia surgery, the scientific demanding situations of coping with grownup CHD sufferers, and more.
This re-creation includes:
- Contributions from over sixty five world-renowned experts
- More appealing illustrations, through popular clinical illustrator Rachid Idriss, that have introduced acclaim to earlier editions
- Reviews of the embryology, actual findings, diagnostic standards, and healing offerings for every ailment entity and describes the most recent in surgical innovations in every one chapter
- All-new chapters that advisor readers via new treatment plans and different key advancements because the ebook of the third version highlighting fresh advances in congenital center surgery.
- All-new new chapters that assessment advances in correct ventricular to pulmonary artery conduits, arrhythmia surgical procedure, double outlet ventricles, and grownup congenital middle illness, between different key topics.
Chapter 1 improvement of the guts and nice Vessels (pages 1–26): Peter J. Gruber, Andy Wessels and Steven W. Kubalak
Chapter 2 Nomenclature and category of Pediatric and Congenital middle sickness (pages 27–51): Jeffrey P. Jacobs
Chapter three body structure of the Fetal and Neonatal Circulations and Fetal Cardiac surgical procedure (pages 52–59): Ashok Muralidaran, Vadiyala Mohan Reddy and Frank L. Hanley
Chapter four Preoperative Diagnostic review (pages 60–83): Lourdes R. Prieto, Marcy L. Schwartz, Richard Sterba, Janine Arruda and Tamar J. Preminger
Chapter five Hybrid systems for Congenital center sickness (pages 84–102): Mark Galantowicz, John P. Cheatham, Alistair Phillips, Ralf J. Holzer, Sharon L. Hill and Vincent F. Olshove
Chapter 6 Anesthesia for the sufferer with Congenital center ailment (pages 103–112): H. Jay Przybylo
Chapter 7 Perioperative Care (pages 113–142): Carl L. Backer, John M. Costello, Jason M. Kane and Constantine Mavroudis
Chapter eight The Nurse Practitioner's function in sufferer administration (pages 143–154): Nancy Benson, Denise Davis, Fejeania Hunter, Kim Teknipp and Jamie Thomas
Chapter nine Palliative Operations (pages 155–168): Carl L. Backer and Constantine Mavroudis
Chapter 10 administration of Pediatric Cardiopulmonary skip (pages 169–213): Darryl H. Berkowitz and J. William Gaynor
Chapter eleven Intraoperative Myocardial security (pages 214–224): Paul J. Chai
Chapter 12 Patent Ductus Arteriosus (pages 225–233): Muhammad Ali Mumtaz, Athar Qureshi, Constantine Mavroudis and Carl L. Backer
Chapter thirteen Vascular jewelry and Pulmonary Artery Sling (pages 234–255): Carl L. Backer and Constantine Mavroudis
Chapter 14 Coarctation of the Aorta (pages 256–282): Carl L. Backer, Sunjay Kaushal and Constantine Mavroudis
Chapter 15 Interrupted Aortic Arch (pages 283–294): Richard A. Jonas
Chapter sixteen Atrial Septal illness, Partial Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection, and Scimitar Syndrome (pages 295–310): Carl L. Backer and Constantine Mavroudis
Chapter 17 Ventricular Septal illness (pages 311–341): Constantine Mavroudis, Carl L. Backer, Jeffrey P. Jacobs and Robert H. Anderson
Chapter 18 Atrioventricular Canal Defects (pages 342–360): Carl L. Backer and Constantine Mavroudis
Chapter 19 Truncus Arteriosus (pages 361–375): Constantine Mavroudis and Carl L. Backer
Chapter 20 Aortopulmonary Window and Aortic beginning of a Pulmonary Artery (pages 376–384): Stephanie Fuller and J. William Gaynor
Chapter 21 remoted correct Ventricular Outflow Tract Obstruction (pages 385–409): John M. Karamichalis, Jeffrey R. Darst, Max B. Mitchell and David R. Clarke
Chapter 22 Tetralogy of Fallot (pages 410–427): Robert D. Stewart, Constantine Mavroudis and Carl L. Backer
Chapter 23 surgical operation of Pulmonary Atresia with Ventricular Septal disorder (pages 428–442): Vadiyala Mohan Reddy and Frank L. Hanley
Chapter 24 Ventricular to Pulmonary Artery Conduits (pages 443–456): John W. Brown, Osama M. Eltayeb, Mark Ruzmetov, Mark D. Rodefeld and Mark W. Turrentine
Chapter 25 Double?Outlet Ventricles (pages 457–491): Henry L. Walters and Constantine Mavroudis
Chapter 26 Transposition of the good Arteries (pages 492–529): Constantine Mavroudis and Carl L. Backer
Chapter 27 Congenitally Corrected Transposition of the good Arteries (pages 530–541): Eric J. Devaney and Edward L. Bove
Chapter 28 The Functionally Univentricular center and Fontan's Operation (pages 542–570): Marshall L. Jacobs
Chapter 29 Ebstein Anomaly (pages 571–587): Morgan L. Brown and Joseph A. Dearani
Chapter 30 Left Ventricular Outflow Tract Obstruction (pages 588–618): Christo I. Tchervenkov, Pierre?Luc Bernier, Danny Duca, Samantha Hill, Noritaka Ota and Constantine Mavroudis
Chapter 31 Hypoplastic Left middle Syndrome (pages 619–635): Jennifer C. Hirsch, Eric J. Devaney, Richard G. Ohye and Edward L. Bove
Chapter 32 Aortico?Left Ventricular Tunnel (pages 636–639): Stephanie Fuller and Thomas L. Spray
Chapter 33 Congenital Anomalies of the Mitral Valve (pages 640–658): Richard D. Mainwaring and John J. Lamberti
Chapter 34 overall Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection (pages 659–673): Nicola Viola and Christopher A. Caldarone
Chapter 35 Cor Triatriatum Sinister, Pulmonary Vein Stenosis, Atresia of the typical Pulmonary Vein, and Cor Triatriatum Dexter (pages 674–684): Ralph E. Delius and Henry L. Walters
Chapter 36 Anomalous Systemic Venous Connections (pages 685–703): Henry L. Walters and Ralph E. Delius
Chapter 37 Sinus of Valsalva Aneurysm (pages 704–714): W. Steves Ring
Chapter 38 Coronary Artery Anomalies (pages 715–743): Constantine Mavroudis, Ali Dodge?Khatami, Carl L. Backer and Richard Lorber
Chapter 39 Cardiac Tumors (pages 744–757): Rudiger Lange and Thomas Gunther
Chapter forty ailments of the Pericardium (pages 758–768): Victor O. Morell and Ergin Kocyildirim
Chapter forty-one Surgical remedy of Cardiac Arrhythmias (pages 769–812): Constantine Mavroudis, Barbara J. Deal and Carl L. Backer
Chapter forty two center Transplantation (pages 813–826): Joseph W. Rossano, David L.S. Morales and Charles D. Fraser
Chapter forty three Pediatric Lung and Heart?Lung Transplantation (pages 827–844): Dewei Ren, George B. Mallory, David L.S. Morales and Jeffrey S. Heinle
Chapter forty four Infective Endocarditis (pages 845–855): Muhammad Ali Mumtaz, Lara Danziger?Isakov, Constantine Mavroudis and Carl L. Backer
Chapter forty five Pediatric Mechanical Circulatory aid (pages 856–866): Brian W. Duncan
Chapter forty six grownup Congenital middle disorder (pages 867–909): Stamatia Prapa, Konstantinos Dimopoulos, Darryl F. Shore, Mario Petrou and Michael A. Gatzoulis
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