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Anesthesia and analgesia in dermatologic surgery /
edited by Marwali Harahap, Adel R. Abadir.
imprint
New York : Informa Healthcare, c2008.
description
xii, 211 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0849336988 (hardcover : alk. paper), 9780849336980 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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imprint
New York : Informa Healthcare, c2008.
isbn
0849336988 (hardcover : alk. paper)
9780849336980 (hardcover : alk. paper)
contents note
Local anesthetics and anesthetic solutions: classification, mode of action and dosages / Eckart Haneke -- Vasoconstrictors / Paul O. Larson -- Topical anesthetics / S.T. Kint and Diane Roseeuw -- Local infiltration anesthesia / Christie T. Ammirati and George J. Hruza -- Regional anesthesia / Conway Charles Huang -- Tumescent anesthesia / Brent Moody and William B. Henghold -- Local anesthesia for children / Thierry Pirotte and Francis Veyckemans -- Iontophoresis for local anesthesia / W. T. Zempsky -- Nitrous oxide-oxygen analgesia in dermatologic surgery / Neil S. Sadick -- Moderate sedation in dermatologic surgery / Omar Torres, Dwight Scarborough, and Emil Bisaccia.
catalogue key
6530334
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summaries
Main Description
With malpractice insurance premiums on the rise, and insurance rates for the practicing anesthesiologist at an all time high, it is important, now more than ever, to have a single source reference related to both anesthesia and analgesia and how they both relate to dermatologic surgery. This book provides comprehensive coverage on the therapeutic usage of anesthesia and analgesia during dermatologic surgical procedures, providing basic concepts, as well as step-by-step descriptions of the various techniques involved. Written by an international group of contributors, Anesthesia and Analgesia in Dermatologic Surgery is the first book of its kind to present both anesthesia and analgesia techniques in a single source volume covers the basic principles of regional and local anesthesia with respect to anatomy, local anesthetic agents, and techniques examines new eutectic mixtures that penetrate through the skin s membrane, enabling doctors to use analgesia over anesthesia for a wide range of superficial surgical procedures, including the harvesting of split skin grafts, laser surgery, electrosurgery, epilation, and skin biopsy discusses the use of nerve blocks as safer alternatives to local anesthesia contains a full chapter dedicated to the pediatric patient, and the specific concerns when relating anesthesia to the pediatric patient
Long Description
With malpractice insurance premiums on the rise, and insurance rates for the practicing anesthesiologist at an all time high, it is important now more than ever, to have a single source reference related to both anesthesia and analgesia and how they both relate to dermatologic surgery. This book provides comprehensive coverage on the therapeutic usage of anesthesia and analgesia during dermatologic surgical procedures, providing basic concepts, as well as step-by-step descriptions of the various techniques involved.
Main Description
With malpractice insurance premiums on the rise, and insurance rates for the practicing anesthesiologist at an all time high, it is important, now more than ever, to have a single source reference related to both anesthesia and analgesia and how they both relate to dermatologic surgery. This book provides comprehensive coverage on the therapeutic usage of anesthesia and analgesia during dermatologic surgical procedures, providing basic concepts, as well as step-by-step descriptions of the various techniques involved. Written by an international group of contributors, Anesthesia and Analgesia in Dermatologic Surgery: is the first book of its kind to present both anesthesia and analgesia techniques in a single source volume covers the basic principles of regional and local anesthesia with respect to anatomy, local anesthetic agents, and techniques examines new eutectic mixtures that penetrate through the skin "s membrane, enabling doctors to use analgesia over anesthesia for a wide range of superficial surgical procedures, including the harvesting of split skin grafts, laser surgery, electrosurgery, epilation, and skin biopsy discusses the use of nerve blocks as safer alternatives to local anesthesia contains a full chapter dedicated to the pediatric patient, and the specific concerns when relating anesthesia to the pediatric patient
Table of Contents
Series Introductionp. iii
Prefacep. v
Contributorsp. xi
Local Anesthetics and Anesthetic Solutions: Classification, Mode of Action and Dosagesp. 1
Vasoconstrictors: Chemistry, Mode of Action, and Dosagep. 29
Topical Anestheticsp. 61
Local Infiltration Anesthesiap. 69
Regional Anesthesiap. 91
Tumescent Anesthesiap. 107
Local Anesthesia for Childrenp. 133
Iontophoresis for Local Anesthesiap. 163
Use of Nitrous Oxide in Hair Transplantation Surgeryp. 171
Moderate Sedation in Dermatologic Surgeryp. 181
Indexp. 199
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