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The SAGES manual of perioperative care in minimally invasive surgery [electronic resource] /
[edited by] Richard L. Whelan, James W. Fleshman, Dennis L. Fowler.
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New York : Springer-Verlag, c2006.
description
xxiii, 491 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
ISBN
0387236864 (alk. paper)
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imprint
New York : Springer-Verlag, c2006.
isbn
0387236864 (alk. paper)
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Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
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8056374
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Doody's Reviews, August 2006
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The SAGES Manual of Peri-Operative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery is SAGES' second clinical manual, following their bestseller The SAGES Manual: Fundamentals of Laparoscopy and GI Endoscopy. This pocket- sized, portable text provides the practicing surgeon and trainee with comprehensive, authoritative coverage of the pre-operative evaluation of laparoscopic patients, intraoperative strategies and minimization of complications, and post-operative care. In addition, the reader will find thorough discussions of the physiologic implications of CO2 pneumoperitoneum on cardiovascular, renal, pulmonary, hepatic, and immunologic function. Written by SAGES leadership and renowned experts in minimally invasive surgery, the text includes: * guidelines for pre-operative evaluation of both the healthy and the complex laparoscopic patient * strategies for successful outcomes, including OR set-up, patient positioning, anesthetic considerations, choice of port-placement and exposure method, port-closure method and hernia prevention * managing trocar-placement related bleeding, prophylaxis against DVT, prevention of intraoperative hypothermia and subcutaneous emphysema * when to convert to open methods * physiologic, immunologic and oncologic implications of CO2 pneumoperitoneum, prevention of port -site tumors, minimizing the risk of gas embolism * post-operative considerations including fluid management, ambulation and early post-operative performance criteria. * multiple port arrangements for most operations and port placement schemes that take into account the B.M.I. of the patient. Over 100 figures complement the text. This handy reference is a must-have resource for all surgeons currentlyusing minimally invasive techniques as well as for all surgical trainees preparing for laparoscopic cases and studying for the board examination.
Main Description
The SAGES Manual of Peri-Operative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery is SAGES' second clinical manual, following their bestseller The SAGES Manual: Fundamentals of Laparoscopy and GI Endoscopy. This pocket- sized, portable text provides the practicing surgeon and trainee with comprehensive, authoritative coverage of the pre-operative evaluation of laparoscopic patients, intraoperative strategies and minimization of complications, and post-operative care. In addition, the reader will find thorough discussions of the physiologic implications of CO2 pneumoperitoneum on cardiovascular, renal, pulmonary, hepatic, and immunologic function. Written by SAGES leadership and renowned experts in minimally invasive surgery, the text includes: guidelines for pre-operative evaluation of both the healthy and the complex laparoscopic patient; strategies for successful outcomes, including OR set-up, patient positioning, anesthetic considerations, choice of port-placement and exposure method, port-closure method and hernia prevention; managing trocar-placement related bleeding, prophylaxis against DVT, prevention of intraoperative hypothermia and subcutaneous emphysema; when to convert to open methods; physiologic, immunologic and oncologic implications of CO2 pneumoperitoneum, prevention of port -site tumors, minimizing the risk of gas embolism; post-operative considerations including fluid management, ambulation and early post-operative performance criteria.; multiple port arrangements for most operations and port placement schemes that take into account the B.M.I. of the patient. Over 100 figures complement the text. This handy reference is a must-have resource for all surgeons currently using minimally invasive techniques as well as for all surgical trainees preparing for laparoscopic cases and studying for the board examination.
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The perfect execution of a minimally invasive operative technique is only part of the equation for ensuring a favorable surgical outcome. It is also essential to have a complete understanding of the entire spectrum of perioperative care, including preoperative evaluation, technique selection, and postoperative management. Further, it is important to understand the physiologic impact of the C02 pneumoperitoneum. The SAGES Manual of Perioperative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery provides strategies for successful patient management before, during and after laparoscopic surgery.This easy-to-read manual includes comprehensive and authoritative coverage of perioperative concepts and strategies that not only optimize outcomes but also ensures quality patient care beyond the operating room:guidelines for preoperative evaluation of healthy and complex patients strategies for successful outcomes, including OR setup, patient positioning, anesthetic considerations, exposure technique, port closure method, and hernia prevention multiple port arrangements for most operations and port placement schemes that take into account the B.M.I. of the patient managing trocar placement-related bleeding, prophylaxis against DVT, prevention of intraoperative hypothermia and subcutaneous emphysema when to convert to an open procedure physiologic, immunologic, and oncologic implications of CO2 pneumoperitoneum, prevention of port-site tumors, minimizing the risk of gas embolism postoperative considerations including fluid replacement, ambulation and early postoperative performance criteria The SAGES Manual of Perioperative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery is written by recognized experts and reflects the Society's commitment to surgical education.
Bowker Data Service Summary
'The SAGES Manual of Peri-Operative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery' provides the practising surgeon and trainee with comprehensive coverage of the key issues in pre-operative evaluation of laparoscopic patients, intraoperative strategies and minimisation of complications and post-operative care.
Main Description
The SAGES Manual of Peri-Operative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery is SAGES' second clinical manual, following their bestseller The SAGES Manual: Fundamentals of Laparoscopy and GI Endoscopy. This pocket- sized, portable text provides the practicing surgeon and trainee with comprehensive, authoritative coverage of the pre-operative evaluation of laparoscopic patients, intraoperative strategies and minimization of complications, and post-operative care. In addition, the reader will find thorough discussions of the physiologic implications of CO2 pneumoperitoneum on cardiovascular, renal, pulmonary, hepatic, and immunologic function. Written by SAGES leadership and renowned experts in minimally invasive surgery, the text includes: * guidelines for pre-operative evaluation of both the healthy and the complex laparoscopic patient * strategies for successful outcomes, including OR set-up, patient positioning, anesthetic considerations, choice of port-placement and exposure method, port-closure method and hernia prevention * managing trocar-placement related bleeding, prophylaxis against DVT, prevention of intraoperative hypothermia and subcutaneous emphysema * when to convert to open methods * physiologic, immunologic and oncologic implications of CO2 pneumoperitoneum, prevention of port -site tumors, minimizing the risk of gas embolism * post-operative considerations including fluid management, ambulation and early post-operative performance criteria. * multiple port arrangements for most operations and port placement schemes that take into account the B.M.I. of the patient. Over 100 figures complement the text. This handy reference is a must-have resource for all surgeons currently using minimally invasive techniques as well as for all surgical trainees preparing for laparoscopic cases and studying for the board examination.
Back Cover Copy
The perfect execution of a minimally invasive operative technique is only part of the equation for ensuring a favorable surgical outcome. It is also essential to have a complete understanding of the entire spectrum of perioperative care, including preoperative evaluation, technique selection, and postoperative management. Further, it is important to understand the physiologic impact of the C02 pneumoperitoneum. The SAGES Manual of Perioperative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery provides strategies for successful patient management before, during and after laparoscopic surgery. This easy-to-read manual includes comprehensive and authoritative coverage of perioperative concepts and strategies that not only optimize outcomes but also ensures quality patient care beyond the operating room: guidelines for preoperative evaluation of healthy and complex patients strategies for successful outcomes, including OR setup, patient positioning, anesthetic considerations, exposure technique, port closure method, and hernia prevention multiple port arrangements for most operations and port placement schemes that take into account the B.M.I. of the patient managing trocar placement-related bleeding, prophylaxis against DVT, prevention of intraoperative hypothermia and subcutaneous emphysema when to convert to an open procedure physiologic, immunologic, and oncologic implications of CO2 pneumoperitoneum, prevention of port-site tumors, minimizing the risk of gas embolism postoperative considerations including fluid replacement, ambulation and early postoperative performance criteria The SAGES Manual of Perioperative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery is written by recognized experts and reflects the Society's commitment to surgical education.
Table of Contents
Prefacep. vii
Contributorsp. xv
Perioperative Management and Evaluation
Preoperative Evaluation of the Healthy Laparoscopic Patientp. 3
Preoperative Evaluation of Complex Laparoscopic Patientsp. 8
Preoperative Patient Instructionsp. 20
Contraindications to Laparoscopyp. 25
Perioperative Antibiotics in Laparoscopic Surgeryp. 33
Intraoperative Management, Positioning, Setup, and Port Placement
Introduction to Part II: Introductory Remarks Concerning Operating Room Setup, Patient Positioning, and Port Placement Chaptersp. 41
Intraoperative Management of the Laparoscopic Patientp. 48
Summary of Intraoperative Physiologic Alterations Associated with Laparoscopic Surgeryp. 56
Patient Positioning and Logistics in the Operating Room During Laparoscopic Biliary Surgeryp. 63
Hepatobiliary, Cholecystectomy, and Common Bile Duct Exploration (CBDE). Includes Cholangiography and Intraoperative Choledochoscopy: Port Placement Arrangementsp. 69
Operating Room Setup and Patient Positioning for Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass and Laparoscopic Gastric Bandingp. 76
Minimally Invasive Procedures for Morbid Obesity: Port Placement Arrangementsp. 85
Patient Positioning and Operating Room Setup for Laparoscopic Treatment of Gastroesophageal Reflux Diseasep. 92
Port Placement Arrangements for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Surgeryp. 97
Minimally Invasive Esophageal Resection: Patient Position and Room Setupp. 105
Port Placement for Minimally Invasive Esophagectomyp. 108
Hernia Repair: Patient Positioning and Operating Room Setupp. 113
Hernia: Port Placement Arrangementsp. 117
Spinal Access Operating Room Setup and Patient Positioningp. 126
Spinal Access Surgery Port Placement Arrangementsp. 130
Operating Room Setup and Patient Positioning for Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy and Donor Nephrectomyp. 134
Port Placement in Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy and Donor Nephrectomyp. 139
Colorectal Resections: Patient Positioning and Operating Room Setupp. 150
Port Placement Arrangements: Laparoscopic-Assisted Colorectal Resectionsp. 163
Port Placement Arrangements for Hand-Assisted Colorectal Resectionsp. 177
Patient Positioning and Operating Room Setup: Splenectomyp. 193
Splenectomy: Port Placement Arrangementsp. 202
Laparoscopic Ultrasonography: Patient Positioning and Operating Room Setupp. 212
Laparoscopic Ultrasonography: Port Placement Arrangementsp. 219
Intraoperative Upper and Lower Endoscopy Considerationsp. 225
Choice of Laparoscopic Exposure Methodp. 238
Anchoring Laparoscopic Portsp. 249
Trocar- and Port-Related Bleedingp. 254
Prophylaxis Against Deep Venous Thrombosisp. 263
Hypothermiap. 267
Implications of Subcutaneous Emphysema and How to Avoid and/or Limit Its Developmentp. 273
Fluid Management and Renal Function During a Laparoscopic Case Done Under CO2 Pneumoperitoneump. 281
Port Site Closure Methods and Hernia Preventionp. 288
Decision to Convert to Open Methodsp. 296
Postoperative Management of the Laparoscopic Patient
Perioperative Fluid Managementp. 307
Ambulation and Early Postoperative Performance Criteriap. 314
Pulmonary Considerationsp. 318
Resumption of Diet and Recovery of Bowel Functionp. 326
Wound Management and Complicationsp. 333
Postoperative Restrictions After Laparoscopic Operationsp. 344
Physiologic Implications of CO2 Pneumoperitoneum and Minimally Invasive Methods
Cardiovascular Effects of CO2 Pneumoperitoneump. 355
Pulmonary Implications of CO2 Pneumoperitoneum in Minimally Invasive Surgeryp. 360
Renal Ramifications of CO2 Pneumoperitoneump. 366
The Systemic Oncologic Implications of Surgeryp. 374
Liver Function and Portal Blood Flowp. 379
Port Site Tumors: Local Oncologic Effectp. 385
Port Site Tumors: Means of Preventionp. 393
Immunologic Consequences and Considerations of the Laparoscopic Approachp. 402
Effect of Patient Position on Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Functionp. 410
Pros and Cons of Alternate Gases and Abdominal Wall Lifting Methodsp. 418
Risk of Gas Embolism with CO2 and Other Gasesp. 425
Impact of CO2 Pneumoperitoneum on Body Temperature and the Integrity of the Peritoneal Liningp. 432
Adhesion Formationp. 438
Impact of Minimally Invasive Methods on Postoperative Pain and Pulmonary Functionp. 446
Ergonomics in Laparoscopic Surgeryp. 454
Appendix Operative Management and Evaluation: Bowel Preparationp. 465
Indexp. 469
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