Fundamentals of pediatric surgery

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P. Mattei
Fecha Publicacion
12 jul. 2011
· Clinically focused chapters take an evidence-based approach to the management of pediatric surgical patients for residents in training and general surgeons in practice · Targets the practitioner who is well-versed in the basic tenets of patient care but who seeks to benefit from the expertise of a seasoned expert · A practical guide in the everyday clinical care of pediatric surgical patients for the advanced reader Fundamentals of Pediatric Surgery is based on a simple but important philosophy: provide a practical and up-to-date resource for the practicing surgeon detailing the specific needs and special considerations surrounding the surgical care of children. In addition to serving as a useful reference for pediatric surgeons and general surgeons in clinical practice, each chapter is designed for use by general surgical residents rotating in pediatric surgery and chief residents who have decided to obtain further specialized training in a Pediatric Surgery fellowship program. The chapters, written by renowned experts, are concise and easy to read, filled with detailed and relevant information that can help physicians care for the patients being seen in clinic or consultation settings. CONTENTS Perioperative Care • Critical Care • Trauma • Head and Neck • Esophagus • Thorax and Mediastinum • Stomach and Small Intestine • Colon, Rectum, and Anus • Abdominal Wall, Peritoneum, and Diaphragm • Liver, Biliary Tree, Pancreas, and Spleen • Genitourinary • Surgical Oncology • Skin and Soft Tissues • Transplantation • Fetal surgery • Conjoined Twins Content Level » Professional/practitioner Keywords » general surgery - pediatric surgery Related subjects » Surgery TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I. Perioperative Care.- 1. Preoperative Assessment.- 2. Prenatal Diagnosis and Counseling.- 3. Epidural and Regional Anesthesia.- 4. Surgical Nutrition.- 5. Fast-track Protocols.- 6. Postoperative Complications.- Part II. Critical Care.- 7. Shock.- 8. Electrolyte Disorders.- 9. Vascular Access.- 10. Renal Failure.- 11. Respiratory Failure.- 12. Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation.- Part III. Trauma.- 13. Pediatric Trauma Resuscitation.- 14. Head Trauma.- 15. Neck Injuries.- 16. Burns.- 17. Abdominal Trauma.- 18. Thoracic Trauma.- 19. Spine injuries.- 20. Vascular injuries.- 21. Child Abuse.- Part IV. Head and Neck- 22. The Critical Airway.- 23. Bronchoscopy.- 24. Congenital Cysts of the Head & Neck.- 25. Thyroid and Parathyroid Disorders.- 26. Cervical Lymphadenopathy.- 27. Lymphatic Malformations.- 28. Tracheal stenosis.- Part V. Esophagus.- 29. Esophageal Atresia and Tracheoesophageal Fistula.- 30. Long-gap Esophageal Atresia.- 31. Esophageal Injuries.- 32. Esophageal Foreign Bodies.- 33. Foregut Duplications.- 34. Achalasia.- Part VI. Thorax and Mediastinum.- 35. Patent Ductus Arteriosus.- 36. Vascular Compression Syndromes.- 37. Congenital Lung Lesions.- 38. Lung Biopsy and Resection.- 39. Empyema.- 40. Pectus Deformities.- 41. Access to the Anterior Spine.- 42. Mediastinal Masses.- Part VII. Stomach and Small Intestine.- 43. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease.- 44. Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis.- 45. Gastrostomy.- 46. Duodenal Atresia.- 47. Jejunal, Ileal, and Colonic Atresias.- 48. Abdominal Cysts and Duplications.- 49. Anomalies of Intestinal Rotation.- 50. Necrotizing Enterocolitis.- 51. Short Bowel Syndrome.- 52. Neonatal Intestinal Obstruction.- 53. Meconium Ileus.- 54. Intussusception.- 55. Meckel’s Diverticulum.- 56. Chronic Abdominal Pain.- 57. Crohn’s Disease.- 58. Ileostomy and Colostomy.- Part VIII. Colon, Rectum, and Anus.- 59. Constipation.- 60. Perianal Disease.- 61. Pilonidal Sinus Disease.- 62. Hirschsprung’s Disease.- 63. Appendicitis.- 64. Ulcerative Colitis.- 65. Anorectal Malformations.- Part IX. Abdominal Wall, Peritoneum, and Diaphragm.- 66. Abdominal Wall Defects.- 67. Eventration of the Diaphragm.- 68. Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia.- 69. Abdominal Wall Hernias.- 70. Umbilical Disorders and Anomalies.- 71. Peritoneal Dialysis Access.- Part X. Liver, Biliary Tree, Pancreas, and Spleen.- 72. Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia.- 73. Biliary Atresia.- 74. Cholecystitis and Cholelithiasis.- 75. Choledochal Cyst.- 76. Hepatic Resection.- 77. Portal Hypertension.- 78. Hyperinsulinism.- 79. Pancreatitis.- 80. Disorders of the Spleen.- Part XI. Genitourinary.- 81. Disorders of the Renal Collecting System.- 82. Circumcision.- 83. Inguinal Hernia and Hydrocele.- 84. Undescended Testis.- 85. The Acute Scrotum.- 86. Benign Gynecologic Disorders.- 87. Cloacal Extrophy.- 88. Intersex.- 89. Congenital Anomalies of the Vagina and Uterus.- Part XII. Surgical Oncology.- 90. Neuroblastoma.- 91. Wilms Tumor.- 92. Rhabdomyosarcoma.- 93. Sacrococcygeal Teratoma.- 94. Ovarian Tumors.- 95. Testicular Tumors.- 96. Inflammatory Myofibroblastic Tumors.- 97. Liver Tumors.- 98. Musculoskeletal Surgical Oncology.- Part XIII. Skin and Soft Tissues.- 99. Benign Skin Lesions.- 100. Atypical Nevi and Malignant Melanoma.- 101. Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections.- 102. Vascular Anomalies.- 103. Breast Disorders.- Part XIII. Miscellaneous.- 104. Common Clinic Disorders and Office Procedures.- 105. Gastrointestinal Bleeding.- 106. Fetal surgery.- 107. Renovascular hypertension.- 108. Ventricular Shunts for Hydrocephalus. AUTHORS & EDITORS Peter Mattei, M.D. is Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and an Attending Physician in General, Thoracic and Fetal Surgery at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. He is certified by the American Board of Surgery in General and Pediatric Surgery. His clinical practice consists of pediatric general and thoracic surgery in infants, children and adolescents, surgical oncology, inflammatory bowel disease and minimally invasive surgery. Dr. Mattei is active in several academic surgical societies (American Pediatric Surgical Association, Surgical Section of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American College of Surgeons, and the Children’s Oncology Group). Dr. Mattei received his B.A. from The University of Pennsylvania and an M.D. degree from Harvard Medical School. He completed a residency in General Surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and a Fellowship in Pediatric Surgery at Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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