Pediatric Urology: Surgical Complications and Management
June 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
In the current climate of informed consent and medicolegal aspects of any surgical intervention, it is essential to give patients and their carers all the information available. With world renowned editors and contributors offering their personal experiences, Pediatric Urology thoroughly explores this issue and also addresses essential topics including:
- principles of surgical audit
- general principles
- open surgery of the upper urinary tract
- surgery of the bladder
- endoscopic surgery of the urinary tract
- renal impairment surgery
- urogenital tumors
- surgery for urinary incontinence
The book is uniquely written for trainees in pediatric surgery, general surgery and pediatric urology as a learning tool for learning consent and preparation for examinations. It is also invaluable for trainers in the above specialities as an accessible reference to complement their experience.
1. How to set up a prospective surgical audit.
2. Evaluating personal surgical audit.
3. What to do if the results are outside the mean.
Section B: General Principles.
1. Endocrine and metabolic response to surgery of the urinary tract and the rationale for fluid and electrolyte replacement.
2. Pain relief: Peri and post operatively.
3. Chemoprophylaxis for surgery of the urinary tract.
SECTION C: Open Surgery of the Upper Urinary Tract.
2. Partial Nephrectomy.
3. Surgery for UPJ obstruction.
4. Ureteric reimplantation for both UVJ obstruction and vesicoureteric reflux.
5. Uretero-ureteric anastomosis, to include for duplex ureters and trans uretero- ureterostomies..
SECTION D: Surgery of the bladder.
1. Surgical management of the Epispadias -
2. Bladder diverticula.
3. Urachal anomalies.
4. Prune Belly syndrome.
SECTION E: Endoscopic Surgery of the urinary tract.
1. Cystoscopy and cystoscopic interventions, including resection of posterior urethral valves, Anterior urethral valves, Ureteroceles and stent placement.
2. Endoscopic treatment of vesicoureteric reflux.
3. Percutaneous, Ureteroscopic and ESWL for Stone disease.
4. General Laparoscopy.
5. Laparoscopy for the upper urinary tract.
6. Laparoscopy for the lower urinary tract.
7. Laparoscopic orchiopexy.
8. Robotics in Paediatric Urology.
SECTION F: Genitalia.
1. Female genital reconstruction.
2. Cloacal reconstruction.
3. Male genital anomalies: hypospadias and urethral duplication.
4. Orchidopexy and Orchidectomy.
5. Hernia and hydrocoele repair.
6. Varicocoele treatment, To include both surgical and embolic management.
SECTION G: Renal Impairment Surgery.
1. Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.
2. Renal transplantation.
3. Interventional procedures.
SECTION H: Urogenital tumours.
1. Wilms tumour.
3. Testicular tumours.
4. Adrenal tumours.
SECTION I: Trauma.
1. Genital trauma.
2. Urinary tract trauma.
SECTION J: Surgery for urinary incontinence.
1. Augmentation cystoplasty.
2. Appendicovesicostomy and ileovesicostomy.
3. Surgical management of the sphincter mechanism.
4. Surgery for fecal incontinence.
SECTION K: Consent and medicolegal issues.
Prasad P. Godbole MBBS, FRCS, FRCS (Paed), FEAPU, Consultant Pediatric Urologist, Sheffield Childrens NHS Trust, Sheffield, UK
Martin A. Koyle MD, FAAP, FACS, Professor of Urology and Pediatrics, University of Washington; Chief, Division of Urology, Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center, Seattle, Washington, USA
- Practical evidence-based textbook
- World renowned editors and contributors offer personal experiences
- Clearly addresses common and rare complications in paediatric urological practices
- Details operative procedures and prevention of complications
- Enables reader to deal with principles and practice of audit
" The readers of any books devoted to surgical complications will inevitably be looking for insights into how to avoid these complications in the first place. In this outstanding new textbook, they will not be disappointed." - from the foreword by David F.M. Thomas, Leeds Teaching Hospitals, UK