Ambulatory Anorectal Surgery

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H. Randolph Bailey, Michael J. Snyder
Springer Science & Business Media, 2000 - Medical - 223 pages
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This is a user-friendly reference on all aspects of office-based anorectal surgery for general surgeons and surgeons in training. Well-illustrated, this practical manual shows step-by-step procedures for commonly performed anorectal procedures. The book includes ancillary considerations of ambulatory surgery with timely chapters on set-up of the facility, anesthetic considerations, selection of patients, pre-op and post-op management, nursing aspects, and coding and billing.
 

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Contents

Facilities for Ambulatory Surgery
1
The Hospital Ambulatory Surgery Center
7
The PhysicianOwned Ambulatory Surgery Center for Colon and Rectal Surgery
13
The Colonoscopy Suite in the Ambulatory Surgery Center
17
Anesthesia in Ambulatory Anorectal Surgery
29
Selection Preoperative Assessment and Education of the Patient for Ambulatory Surgery
37
Positioning the Patient for Anorectal Surgical Procedures
46
The Dorsal Lithotomy Position Preferred by Surgeon and Anesthesiologist
51
Hemorrhoidectomy
81
Closed Hemorrhoidectomy
89
Anal Fissure
95
Anorectal Abscess and FistulainAno
107
Management of Rectovaginal Fistulae
130
Miscellaneous Surgical Procedures Treatments for Condyloma Acuminatum Sacrococcygeal Pilonidal Disease and Fecal Impaction Examination Und...
143
Rectal Prolapse and Rectocele
161
Colonoscopy
173

The Left Lateral Decubitus Sims Position The Middle Position
56
Postoperative Management
59
Management of Pain After Anorectal Surgery
63
Innovative Approaches to Pain Management
67
Prevention of Urinary Retention After Anorectal Surgery
72
Local Treatment of Rectal Cancer
187
Coding and Billing for Colon and Rectal Surgery
204
Ambulatory Anorectal Surgery in Australia
210
Index
213
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