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Case Studies in Nurse Anesthesia provides succinct and relevant information that can be used by students and professionals in the operating room.

Information is written in a question and answer format for easy understanding and the chapters are divided into surgical specialties, with a focus on the most frequently performed procedures. Each case describes the entire perioperative course and discusses the patient s history and physical, anesthetic concerns, surgical concerns, anesthetic management, differential diagnosis, and potential complications.

Editorial Reviews

Reviewer: Kathleen M. Woodruff, DNP, RN, ANP-BC(USC School of Social Work)
Description: This clear and concise book provides up-to-date information on nurse anesthesia, presenting the valuable information by surgical specialties and using a question-and-answer format to maximize learning.
Purpose: The purpose is to focus on the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative aspects of patient care for the most frequently performed procedures in each of the surgical specialties.
Audience: Nurse anesthetists, both students and experienced professionals, will find this a well-written, user-friendly resource. The case study format nicely supports clinical practice. The contributors are all experts in the field.
Features: Organized by surgical specialty, this book covers the most commonly performed procedures, presenting each case study comprehensively and succinctly. It reviews and incorporates aspects of pathophysiology, pharmacology, surgical intervention, anesthesia case management, and postoperative considerations. Each chapter includes key points, patient information in a question answer format, and review questions. Many useful tables, diagrams, and photographs are provided to assist learning.
Assessment: This is an extremely valuable resource for both students and practicing nurse anesthetists. The book is written by nurse anesthetists for nurse anesthetists, which ensures that the most valuable and pertinent information is covered. It is a necessary resource that will be used frequently.Doody’s Review Service

Table of Content

Unit I. Otolaryngology —
Ch. 1. Tonsillectomy / Sandra K. Bordi —
Ch. 2. Radical Neck Dissection / Yoo Eun Emily Hwang —
Ch. 3. Laryngectomy / Mark Goelz —
Ch. 4. Vocal Cord Polyp Removal with Laser / Mark D. Welliver and Dawn C. Welliver —
Ch. 5. Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty / Dennis Spence —
Unit II. General Surgery —
Ch. 6. Exploratory Laparotomy for Bowel Resection / Timothy Palmer —
Ch. 7. Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass / Michael Churchin and Paul Aguiar —
Ch. 8. Open and Laparoscopic Appendectomy / Veronica Davis and Sandra E. Morris —
Ch. 9. Cholecystectomy: Open and Laparoscopic Approaches / Garrett Peterson —
Ch. 10. Liver Failure and Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis / Joseph F. Burkard —
Ch. 11. Hepatic Resection / Hamid Mahmood —
Unit III. Endocrine Surgery —
Ch. 12. Anesthesia Case Management for Excision of a Pheochromocytoma / Becky Rubin and Michael Rubin —
Ch. 13. Thyroidectomy / Joan Cornachio —
Unit IV. Trauma Surgery —
Ch. 14. Emergency Airway Management for the Trauma Patient / Matthew D’Angelo —
Ch. 15. Craniotomy for Acute Head Injury / Greta Bray —
Ch. 16. Penetrating Traumatic Injuries / Jeremy S. Heiner —
Ch. 17. Blunt Thoracic Injuries / Matthew D’Angelo —
Unit V. Thoracic Surgery —
Ch. 18. Pneumonectomy / Mark Gabot —
Ch. 19. Mediastinoscopy / Mary C. Karlet —
Ch. 20. Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery for Mediastinal Mass / Mark Gabot —
Ch. 21. Anesthesia Management for Thymectomy / Bernadette T. Higgins Roche —
Unit VI. Organ Procurement —
Ch. 22. Multiorgan Procurement / Bernadette T. Higgins Roche —
Unit VII. Vascular Surgery —
Ch. 23. Carotid Endarterectomy / Nancy A. Moriber —
Ch. 24. Acute Aortic Dissection and Repair / Marjorie A. Geisz-Everson —
Ch. 25. Thoracic Aneurysm Repair / Cliff Roberson —
Ch. 26. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair / Rachel Polazzi —
Unit VIII. Cardiac Surgery —
Ch. 27. Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Graft / Gayne Brenneman —
Unit IX. Neurosurgery —
Ch. 28. Intracranial Tumor Debulking / Mark D. Welliver —
Ch. 29. Transsphenoidal Hypophysectomy / John Cavitt —
Ch. 30. Asleep-Awake Craniotomy / C. Wayne Hamm —
Unit X. Ophthalmic Surgery —
Ch. 31. Retinal Surgery / Sarah E. Giron —
Ch. 32. Ruptured Globe / Charles Griffis and Erica J. McCall —
Unit XI. Gynecologic Surgery —
Ch. 33. Open and Laparoscopic Approaches for Hysterectomy / Loretta Kitabjian —
Ch. 34. Dilation and Curettage / Donna Jasinski —
Unit XII. Obstetric Surgery —
Ch. 35. Cesarian Section / Greg Nezat —
Ch. 36. Cervical Cerclage / Lynn L. Lebeck —
Ch. 37. Intraoperative Maternal Hemorrhage Caused by Uterine Rupture / Michael Rieker —
Ch. 38. Labor Epidural / Michael Rieker —
Ch. 39. Laparoscopy for Adnexal Mass During Pregnancy / Edward Waters —
Unit XIII. Urologic Surgery —
Ch. 40. Radical Prostatectomy / Jessica Bair —
Ch. 41. Transurethral Resection of the Prostate / Sass Elisha —
Ch. 42. Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy / Pamela Binns-Turner —
Unit XIV. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery —
Ch. 43. Breast Reconstructive Surgery / Tatiana Bevans —
Ch. 44. Liposuction / Vickie S. Jordan —
Ch. 45. Mandibular Osteotomy / Joseph A. Joyce —
Unit XV. Orthopedic Surgery —
Ch. 46. Anterior Cervical Discectomy/Fusion / Gary D. Clark and Nicholas C. Curdt —
Ch. 47. Posterior Spinal Reconstructive Surgery / Sass Elisha —
Ch. 48. Anesthesia for Shoulder Arthroscopy / Molly Wright —
Ch. 49. Hip Arthroplasty / Henry Talley —
Ch. 50. Above-the-Knee Amputation / Lisa Osborne —
Unit XVI. Pediatric Surgery —
Ch. 51. Bowel Resection for Necrotizing Enterocolitis / Shaun Mendel —
Ch. 52. Infantile Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis / Deborah T. Bergstein —
Ch. 53. Tracheoesophageal Fistula Repair / Travis Allen —
Unit XVII. Out of the Operating Suite Procedures —
Ch. 54. Electroconvulsive Therapy / Bernadette T. Higgins Roche —
Ch. 55. Anesthesia for Office-Based Pediatric Dental Surgery / Allan Schwartz.

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