Clinical Airway Management. An Illustrated Case-Based Approach

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ISBN
9781316601358
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Autores
Basem Abdelmalak, D. John Doyle
Editorial
Cambridge University Press
Fecha Publicacion
23 feb. 2017
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The consequences of failure to adequately oxygenate a patient and ventilate their lungs during surgery can be catastrophic. Taking a uniquely case-based approach to clinical airway management, this textbook provides a comprehensive and richly illustrated guide to this vital component of anesthetic practice. The clinically diverse cases include practical guidance on the choice of management technique, airway device, its placement, associated medications and mode of ventilation, and cover important advances in equipment and scientific knowledge to keep clinicians up to date on recent developments in the field. As well as upper airway problems, this text also encompasses the management of less commonly discussed lower airway challenges. The written material is supplemented by links to additional online videos. Written by an international collection of leading experts, Clinical Airway Management is a useful and extensive resource that helps anesthesiologists, emergency physicians, intensivists and trainees navigate the challenges faced every day in clinical practice. High quality illustrations and supplemental videos offer the reader an increased understanding of the discussed techniques and concepts Unlike competing titles which focus on the upper airway, this book covers both upper and lower airway management problems, giving a more comprehensive and useful overview of the field Takes a more directly case-based approach than other books on this subject, which provides a more problem-based learning experience for trainees and more practical and applicable guidance for practicing clinicians Contents List of contributors Foreword Preface Part I. Introduction: 1. Understanding the ASA difficult airway algorithm 2. Introducing the difficult airway 3. Airway assessment 4. International difficult airway algorithms 5. Pharmacology of airway management: a minimal synopsis 6. Airway ultrasound imaging Part II. Basic Airway Management: 7. Airway management for procedural sedation 8. Airway management for very brief procedures 9. Outpatient anesthesia using a supraglottic airway 10. Tracheal intubation using direct laryngoscopy 11. Videolaryngoscopy: using the GlideScope® Part III. The Anticipated Difficult Airway: 12. Awake intubation made easy 13. Airway management for a supraglottic tumor surgery 14. Intubation through a bloody airway using a SGA and an Aintree Catheter 15. Intubation through a supraglottic airway using a video stylet 16. Double lumen tube in a known difficult airway patient 17. Airway management for the OSA patient 18. Management of angiodema and stridor: use of heliox 19. Airway management for robotic tongue base resection 20. Ankylosing spondylitis: intubation using a lightwand 21. Airway Management for laryngeal papillomatosis surgery 22. Foreign body removal from a child's airway 23. Airway management in a patient with Pierre-Robin syndrome Part IV. The Unanticipated Difficult Airway: 24. Unanticipated anterior larynx 25. Emergency surgical airway 26. Airway management in a thrombocytopenic parturient for urgent C- section 27. Airway management of the morbidly obese 28. Fresh tracheotomy: problems and precautions Part V. Lower Airway Management: 29. Airway management for advanced diagnostic bronchoscopy 30. Airway management for subglottic stenosis surgery 31. Laser, cryosurgery and metallic stent placement for tracheal tumor therapy 32. Anterior mediastinal mass, silicone stent, and rigid bronchoscopy 33. Airway management for a large bronchopleural fistula 34. Airway management in patients with Montgomery T-Tubes 35. Airway management for tracheoesophageal fistula 36. Airway management for tracheal resection surgery Part VI. Special Situations and Airway Emergencies: 37. Airway management of a dyspneic patient with a LeFort fracture 38. Awake tracheostomy in a stridorous patient 39. Intubating the combative trauma patient in the emergency department 40. Airway bleed following partial cordectomy 41. Airway management in bullous emphysema 42. Capnogram problems: clinical and technical aspects 43. Airway management in a patient with an 'uncleared' cervical spine 44. Adult and pediatric epiglottis 45. Airway management in aeromedical evacuation 46. An inhalation induction gone wrong 47. Intubating the patient with loose teeth 48. Airway management for Ludwig's Angina 49. Airway management for an expanding neck hematoma 50. Tracheal rupture 51. Double lumen tube for a single lung ventilation 52. Airway management in lung transplantation 53. Pulmonary artery rupture 54. Regional anesthesia in the difficult airway patient 55. Channel-blade videolaryngoscopy for endotracheal tube exchange in complex clinical situations 56. Whole lung lavage Part VII. When the Airway Goes Bad: 57. Unexpected regurgitation and aspiration 58. Airway fire 59. Patient with barely visible pneumothorax: problems and precautions 60. Managing an endotracheal tube cuff leak 61. Airway management related injuries 62. Extubation of the difficult airway 63. Airway management for massive subcutaneous/mucosal emphysema 64. Fiberoptic-guided airway exchange through supraglottic airway devices 65. Accidental extubation Index. Authors D. John Doyle, Cleveland Clinic, Abu Dhabi D. John Doyle is Chief of General Anesthesiology at Cleveland Clinic, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Basem Abdelmalak, Cleveland Clinic, Ohio Basem Abdelmalak is Professor of Anesthesiology at Cleveland Clinic, Lerner College of Medicine, Cleveland.
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