|Statement||edited by Robert B. Karp. Vol. 2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
Cardiac Surgery: Recent Advances and Techniques is a new book that systematically reviews the contemporary practice of cardiac surgery from minimally invasive CABG to mechanical circulatory support. Edited by three world-leading surgeons, the chapters are contributed by recognised experts and innovators in cardiac surgery, who describe each technique and provide the very latest trial data. The current size of the da Vinci surgical system is the most critical limitation for its application in pediatric cardiac surgery. To date, 5mm instruments and smaller 3D endoscopes have been developed. In the near future, more technological advances are likely to extend the application of robotic surgical systems to neonates and infants. Trends in cardiac surgery: exploring the past and looking into the future / K. Cheli Miga --Surgical repair of cardiac valves / Kathleen M. Hill --Update on complications of pediatric cardiac surgery / Judith A. Ascenzi and Patricia Lawrence Kane --Emerging nurse-sensitive outcomes and evidence-based practice in postoperative cardiac patients. The Ethics of Surgery: Conflicts and Controversies. Edited by Robert Sade Review by Kathleen Fenton. Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Diagnosis and Treatment Edited by Nobutoshi Ando Reviewed by Mark Ferguson. Cardiac Surgery: Recent Advances and Techniques. Edited by Narain Moorjani, Sunil K. Ohri, Andrew S. Wechsler. Extraordinary Hearts.
Each year, Advances in Surgery brings you the best current thinking from the preeminent practitioners in your field. A distinguished editorial board identifies current areas of major progress and controversy and invites specialists to contribute original articles on these topics. Highly Commended, BMA Medical Book Awards The development of new techniques as well as the refinement of established procedures has led to great progress in cardiac surgery. Providing an ideal synopsis of the growth in this area, Cardiac Surgery: Recent Advances and Techniques systematically re. As cardiac surgery becomes isolated from the diagnostic process, the line between what is necessary and what is available becomes blurred, as exemplified by the fact that up to 30% of ad hoc percutaneous coronary interventions are performed in patients who would have benefitted from coronary artery bypass. 15 Thus, surgeons must both maintain. ―The Cardiothoracic Surgery Network" a succinct yet comprehensive overview of current and emerging techniques in cardiac surgery. Production quality is high: a must have for anyone contemplating or already on the path to a career in cardiac surgery. Highly Commended." ― BMA Medical Book Reviews: 3.
Advances in Cardiothoracic Surgery. Published: Publisher: Avid Science. This eBook is published under Creative Commons Attribution International License. Other advances include newly affirmed cardiovascular benefits from weight loss surgery and the use of continuous positive airway pressure for sleep apnea; a new medication that helps prevent blood clots in people who've had a heart attack; advances in the treatment and prevention of stroke; and a possible new drug for heart failure. It is shown how the specialty has evolved over the past 20 years, with advances in diagnosis and palliative techniques for correction of cardiovascular diseases. The book contains 10 chapters on classical adult and pediatric cardiac surgery. ( views) WHO Guidelines for Safe Surgery - World Health Organization, About this book. Pediatric cardiac surgery is a dynamic, fast-moving field. For over 25 years Pediatric Cardiac Surgery has been the gold-standard reference for pediatric and adult treatment options and other key developments since the publication of the third edition highlighting recent advances in congenital heart surgery. All-new new.