Anesthesia for Congenital Heart Disease
April 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
Foreword by George A. Gregory.
Foreword by Burdett S. Dunbar.
Section One: History, Education, and Science.
Chapter 1: History of Anesthesia for Congenital Heart Disease.
Dolly D. Hansen and Paul R. Hickey.
Chapter 2: Teaching and Learning in Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia.
Alan Jay Schwartz.
Chapter 3: Physiology and Molecular Biology of the Developing Circulation.
Dean B. Andropoulos and Monique L. Ogletree.
Chapter 4: Anesthetic Agents and Their Cardiovascular Effects.
Dean B. Andropoulos.
Chapter 5: Cardiopulmonary Bypass.
Scott D. Markowitz and William J. Greeley.
Chapter 6: The Inflammatory Response and Its Modification.
Emad B. Mossad and Elumalai Appachi.
Section Two: Monitoring.
Chapter 7: Vascular Access and Monitoring.
Dean B. Andropoulos.
Chapter 8: Neurologic Monitoring and Outcome.
Chandra Ramamoorthy and Dean B. Andropoulos.
Chapter 9: Intraoperative Echocardiography.
Wanda C. Miller-Hance and Isobel A. Russell.
Chapter 10: Bleeding and Coagulation: Monitoring and Management.
Bruce E. Miller and Glyn D. Williams.
Section Three: Preoperative Considerations.
Chapter 11: Preoperative Evaluation and Preparation.
Chapter 12: Approach to the Premature and Full Term Infant.
Kirsten C. Odegard and Peter C. LaussenChapter 13: Approach to the Teenaged and Adult Patient.
Victor C. Baum, Stephen A. Stayer, Dean B. Andropoulos, and Isobel A. Russell.
Section Four: Management.
Chapter 14: Hemodynamic Management.
Aman Mahajan and Jure Marijic.
Chapter 15: Dysrhythmias: Diagnosis and Management.
Wanda C. Miller-Hance and Kathryn K. CollinsChapter 16: Airway and Ventilatory Management.
Stephen A. Stayer and Gregory B. HammerChapter 17: Regional Anesthesia and Postoperative Pain Management.
M. Gail Boltz and Gregory B. Hammer.
Section Five: Anesthesia for Specific Lesions.
Chapter 18: Anesthesia for Left-to-Right Shunt Lesions.
Sabrina T. Bent.
Chapter 19: Anesthesia for Left-Sided Obstructive Lesions.
Anil de Silva and Greg StratmannChapter 20: Anesthesia for Right-Sided Obstructive Lesions.
Michael L. Schmitz and Sana Ullah.
Chapter 21: Anesthesia for Transposition of the Great Vessels.
Chapter 22: Anesthesia for the Patient with a Single Ventricle.
Susan C. Nicolson and James M. Steven.
Chapter 23: Anesthesia for Miscellaneous Cardiac Lesions.
Maria Markakis Zestos and Dean B. Andropoulos.
Chapter 24: Anesthesia for Cardiac and Pulmonary Transplantation.
Glyn D. Williams, Chandra Ramamoorthy, and Sharma Anshuman.
Section Six: Anesthesia Outside the Cardiac Operating Room.
Chapter 25: Anesthesia for the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory.
Philip D Arnold and Helen A Holtby.
Chapter 26: Anesthesia for Non-Cardiac Surgery and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Laura K. Diaz and Stuart HallChapter 27: Cardiac Intensive Care.
Peter C. Laussen and Stephen J. Roth.
Appendix: Texas Children’s Hospital pediatric cardiovascular anesthesia drug drug sheet.
Steven A. Stayer, MD
Isobel A. Russell, MD, PhD
- Provides a state of the art summary of the many changes occurring in this rapidly evolving field over the last decade.
- all chapters are written by leaders in the field of congenital cardiac anesthesia, who perform large numbers of cases clinically, and contribute important knowledge to the research literature, both clinical and basic science.
- A wide range of contributors from all of the major congenital heart surgery programs in North America give a broad range of perspectives not seen in previous texts in this field.
- This text will be the leading book in this subspecialty – the most comprehensive, detailed and specific, from the perspective of multiple institutions.
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