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Main description:

This volume, the first of a new series, deals with the basic aspects of anaesthesia, intensive care (IC) and pain in neonates and children. Internationally recognised guidelines aimed at standardising the most important procedures, such as the treatment of hypothermia, are also discussed. The book includes contributions from anesthesiologists from The Hospital for Sick Children, which is affiliated with the University of Toronto and is Canada's most research-intensive hospital.


Feature:

First of a new series aiming at providing a thorough update on basic and advanced aspects of anesthesia and intensive care in neonates and children

Deals with key topics in pediatric anaesthesia, such as preoperative evaluation, anaesthesia induction, monitoring of anaesthesia

Includes contribution from anesthesiologists from The Hospital for Sick Children, which is affiliated with the University of Toronto and is Canada's most research-intensive hospital


Back cover:

This volume deals with the basic aspects of anesthesia, intensive care and pain in neonates and children. The topics covered include anatomy and physiology, strategies that can be applied to the treatment of these patients, and the use of  "off-label" pharmacological agents in pediatric perioperative medicine. Internationally recognized guidelines aimed at standardizing the most important procedures, such as the treatment of hypothermia, central venous catheterization techniques and prevention of catheter-induced infections are also discussed. The last part of the book is focused more on clinical and technical aspects of anesthesia induction and monitoring. The book will be a  useful update for neonatologists, pediatricians and anesthesiologists in their clinical practice, and an educational tool for residents in these fields.



Contents:

Highlights: Anatomy and physiology in neonates and children.- Strategy to manage pediatric patients: the family and the child.- Off-label drugs in pediatric perioperative medicine.- Guidelines and standardization of procedures: The pediatric diffucult airway.- Central venous cannulation techniques.- Prevention of bloodstream infections.- Perioperative Medicine, Intensive Care, Pain: Preoperative evaluation.- Anesthesia induction.- Monitoring the level of anesthesia and sedation in children: an overview.- Locoregional anesthesia in children.- Perioperative fluid management.- Adrenal insufficiency in pediatric critical illness.- Perioperative care in pediatric cardiac surgery.- Acute pain service: clinical assessment and standard of care.- Anesthesia outside the operating room.- Tracheotomy in children.- Infection control in neonates and children.- Pediatric palliative care in the intense care unit.- Chronic pain management: organization, techniques and guidelines.- Subject index.


PRODUCT DETAILS

ISBN-13: 9788847006553
Publisher: Springer (Springer Milan)
Publication date: November, 2008
Pages: 280

Subcategories: Anaesthetics and Pain, Critical Care Medicine, Paediatrics and Neonatal

MEET THE AUTHOR

Antonino Gullo

Full Professor, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

Director, Postgraduate School of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

Catania University Hospital

Very active in the field of anesthesiology and emergency medicine, he has good international contacts - i.e., WFSA, WFCCSIM. Organizer of the yearly congress APICE, he is editor/author of many Springer volumes. The most recent are:

Gullo: APICE 21 (978-88-470-0570-9,2006)

Gullo/Lumb: Intensive and Critical Care Medicine (978-88-470-0349-1. 2005) (Springer India plans a reprint of 1400 copies)

In the series:

Van Saene et al: Infections in the ICU (978-88-470-0185-5, 2005) (already reprinted in India)

Marinella Astuto

Associate Professor, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

Director, Paediatric Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Section

Catania University Hospital

Ida Salvo

Department of Paediatric Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

"V. Buozzi" Hospital, Milan

(coeditor of Anesthesia in Neonates and Children (978-88-470-0043-8, 1999)