Cardiac Anesthesia: Principles and Clinical Practice

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Fawzy G. Estafanous, Paul G. Barash, J. G. Reves
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001 - Medical - 1035 pages
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The thoroughly updated Second Edition of this highly acclaimed text provides a concise yet comprehensive reference on the clinical and scientific principles of cardiovascular and thoracic anesthesia. The foremost authorities in cardiac anesthesia cover topics particular to this specialized field, such as extracorporeal circulation, transesophageal echocardiography, the physiology and pharmacology of anticoagulation, cardiac catheterization, invasive cardiology, and congenital heart disease. Ideal for residents, fellows, and practicing anesthesiologists, this important text provides comprehensive, practical guidance for all aspects of cardiac anesthesia.
 

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Contents

THE CARDIAC PATIENT
21
J G Reves M D Professor and Chairman Department
117
Bailey M D Professor of Anesthesiology Uni Duke University Medical Center Erwin Road Box 3094 Durham North Carolina 27710
295
Color figures fall between 560 and 561 11 The Coagulation System and Cardiac Surgery
319
Cardiopulmonary Bypass Equipment 335
371
Myocardial Preservation
387
Cardiac Pharmacology 59 15 Termination of Cardiopulmonary Bypass and Postbypass Hemodynamic Management
447
Pharmacologic Management of Arrhythmias 103 16 Brain Injury and Brain Protection
465
esthesiology and Pharmacology The James Taloe Duke Childrens Hospital Box 3046 Durham North
560
Surgical and Device Therapy for Cardiac
617
Cardiac and Lung Transplantation
637
Cardiac Reoperations 663 31 Pediatric Noncardiac Anesthesia 931
662
Anesthesia for Minimally Invasive Cardiac
673
Bokesch M D Staff Anesthesiologist Depart Dentistry 601 Elmwood Avenue Rochester New York
703
Richard J Bondy M D C M F R C P c Associate ment of Cardiothoracic Surgery Yale University School
911
Anesthesia for Pulmonary and Mediastinal
951

THE CARDIAC SURGERY PATIENT Thomas L Higgins and JeanPierre Yared
479
GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS 151
505
Hemodynamic and Related Monitoring 195
541
Cardiovascular Pharmacology of Anesthetics 295 20 Valvular Heart Disease
557
Anesthesia for Thoracic Aortic Surgery 767 Norman J Starr
983
Emergency Situations 857 Katherine P Grichnik Randall M Schell
1001
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Barash is Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at Yale University School of Medicine.

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