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Emergency Vascular Surgery
A Practical Guide
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Main description:

"Emergency Vascular Surgery" provides detailed guidelines to any physician treating patients with emergency vascular disorders, such as ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms, acute limb ischemia, vascular trauma, iatrogenic vascular injuries and complications to vascular surgery. It provides an introduction to vascular surgical operations and focuses on how to manage patients from the emergency ward, through the urgent operation and all the way to the immediate postoperative period. Numerous figures illustrate the particular points in vascular techniques and diagnostic problems in the emergency situation.


Feature:

A practical aid in the emergency situation


Brief and easy-to-retrieve information


Indispensable for all surgeons dealing with vascular emergencies


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Emergency Vascular Surgery provides detailed guidelines to any physician treating patients with emergency vascular disorders, such as ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms, acute limb ischemia, vascular trauma, iatrogenic vascular injuries and complications to vascular surgery. It provides an introduction to vascular surgical operations and focuses on how to manage patients from the emergency ward through the urgent operation and all the way to the immediate postoperative period.  Numerous figures illustrate the particular points in vascular techniques and diagnostic problems in the emergency situation.


Contents:

Specific Areas.- Vascular Injuries to the Neck.- Vascular Injuries to the Thoracic Outlet Area.- Vascular Injuries in the Arm.- Acute Upper Extremity Ischemia.- Abdominal Vascular Injuries.- Acute Intestinal Ischemia.- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms.- Aortic Dissection.- Vascular Injuries in the Leg.- Acute Leg Ischemia.- General Concepts.- Vascular Access in Trauma.- Complications in Vascular Surgery.- Acute Venous Problems.- Acute Problems with Vascular Dialysis Access.- General Principles of Vascular Surgical Technique.


PRODUCT DETAILS

ISBN-13: 9783642079382
Publisher: Springer (Springer Berlin Heidelberg)
Publication date: October, 2010
Pages: 212
Weight: 370g
Availability: POD
Subcategories: Accident & Emergency Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, General, Vascular
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"A concise, practical guide intended for trainees in general and vascular surgery as well as emergency room physicians. … this book is unique because of its nearly comprehensive coverage of the problem in a small format suitable for the target audience. … Overall, I have to congratulate the authors on a job well done. … is a definite must buy for the target audience. I will have this guide handy at all times, as even an experienced vascular surgeon may find it helpful." (Michael Klyachkin, World Journal of Surgery, Vol. 32, 2008)

"This text serves as an excellent overview of common emergencies that may be encountered in any vascular practice, emergency department, or trauma bay. This text is a guide intended for practitioners who regularly evaluate vascular emergencies ... . This book is ideal for the surgical house officer or the emergency department physician exposed to vascular emergencies ... . The discussions are well written and presented in an easy-to-understand format ... . it serves as an excellent reference source for those learning vascular surgery." (Todd R. Vogel, Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 300 (18), November, 2008)

"This is a concise overview of the major vascular emergencies and the treatment and management of each condition. … the audience includes surgical trainees or any physicians who encounter vascular surgical patients in the emergency department. … Overall, this is a concise review of major vascular emergencies suitable for medical students, surgical trainees, emergency department physicians, or any physician with limited experience with vascular surgery. It is most appropriate as a simple guide for nonvascular surgeons." (Katherine Brown, Doody’s Review Services, January, 2009)