The SAGES Manual of Perioperative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery by Richard L. WhelanThe SAGES Manual of Perioperative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery by Richard L. Whelan

The SAGES Manual of Perioperative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery

EditorRichard L. Whelan, James W. Fleshman, Dennis L. Fowler

Paperback | August 9, 2005

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The SAGES Manual of Peri-Operative Care in Minimally Invasive Surgery is SAGES' second clinical manual, following their bestseller The SAGES Manual: Fundamentals of Laparoscopy and GI Endoscopy. This pocket- sized, portable text provides the practicing surgeon and trainee with comprehensive, authoritative coverage of the pre-operative evaluation of laparoscopic patients, intraoperative strategies and minimization of complications, and post-operative care. In addition, the reader will find thorough discussions of the physiologic implications of CO2 pneumoperitoneum on cardiovascular, renal, pulmonary, hepatic, and immunologic function. Written by SAGES leadership and renowned experts in minimally invasive surgery, the text includes: * guidelines for pre-operative evaluation of both the healthy and the complex laparoscopic patient * strategies for successful outcomes, including OR set-up, patient positioning, anesthetic considerations, choice of port-placement and exposure method, port-closure method and hernia prevention * managing trocar-placement related bleeding, prophylaxis against DVT, prevention of intraoperative hypothermia and subcutaneous emphysema * when to convert to open methods * physiologic, immunologic and oncologic implications of CO2 pneumoperitoneum, prevention of port -site tumors, minimizing the risk of gas embolism * post-operative considerations including fluid management, ambulation and early post-operative performance criteria. * multiple port arrangements for most operations and port placement schemes that take into account the B.M.I. of the patient. Over 100 figures complement the text. This handy reference is a must-have resource for all surgeons currently using minimally invasive techniques as well as for all surgical trainees preparing for laparoscopic cases and studying for the board examination.
Title:The SAGES Manual of Perioperative Care in Minimally Invasive SurgeryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:516 pages, 7.99 × 5 × 0 inPublished:August 9, 2005Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

TOCThe SAGES Manual: Principles of Perioperative Care in Minimally Invasive SurgeryDedicationForwardPrefacePart I: Perioperative Management and EvaluationPreoperative Evaluation of the Healthy Laparoscopic Patient Stephanie B. Jones, Daniel B. JonesPreoperative Evaluation of Complex Laparoscopic Patients Dmitry Oleynikov, Karen D. HorvathPreoperative Patient Instructions Tracey D. ArnellContraindications to Laparoscopy Steven P. Bowers, John G. HunterPerioperative Antibiotics In Laparoscopic Surgery Tracey D. ArnellPart II: Intraoperative Management, Positioning, Set-Up and Port PlacementIntroductory Remarks Concerning Operating Room Set-up, Patient Positioning, and Port Placement ChaptersRichard L. WhelanIntraoperative Management of the Laparoscopic Patient Carol E.H. Scott-ConnerSummary Of Intraoperative Physiological Alterations Associated With Laparoscopic Surgery Arif Ahmad, Bruce D Schirmer Patient Positioning and Logistics in the Operating Room during Laparoscopic Biliary Surgery George BerciHepatobiliary, Cholecystectomy, and CBDE. Also Includes Cholangiography & Intraoperative Choledochoscopy: Port Placement Arrangements Dennis L. Fowler Operating Room Set Up and Patient Positioning for Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass and Laparoscopic Gastric Banding Philip R. Schauer, William Gourash, Giselle Hamad, Sayeed Ikramuddin Minimally Invasive Procedures for Morbid Obesity: Port Placement Arrangements Marc Bessler, Charles Cappandona10.1 Patient Positioning and Operating Room Set-Up for Laparoscopic Treatment of Gastresophageal Reflux DiseaseDennis Blom, Jeffrey H. Peters10.2 Port Placement Arrangements For G.E.R.D. Surgery J. Cueto, Vazquez-Frias11.1 Minimally Invasive Esophageal Resection: Patient Position and Room SetupJames D. Luketich, Yaron Perry11.2 Port Placement for Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy James D. Luketich, Yaron Perry12.1 Hernia Repair: Patient Positioning & OR Set-upDavid S. Thoman, Edward H. Phillips 12.2 Hernia: Port Placement ArrangementsDavid S. Thoma, Edward H. Phillips 13.1 Spinal Access OR Setup and Patient PositioningNamir Katkhouda, Sharan Manhas13.2 Spinal Access Surgery Port Placement ArrangementsNamir Katkhouda, Sharan Manhas14.1 OR Setup and Patient Positioning for Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy and Donor NephrectomyMichael Edye 14.2 Port Placement In Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy and Donor NephrectomySamer G. Mattar, C. Daniel Smith15.1 Colorectal Resections: Patient Positioning and Operating Room Set-UpTonia M. Young-Fadok15.2 Port Placement Arrangements: Laparoscopic-Assisted Colorectal ResectionsPatrick Colquhoun, Steven Wexner 15.3 Port placement arrangements for Hand-assisted Colorectal resections (II, D, 9)Jeffrey Cohen16.1 Patient Positioning and Operating Room Set Up: SplenectomyJoseph B. Petelin16.2 Splenectomy: Port Placement ArrangementsWilliam E. Kelley, Jr.17.1 Laparoscopic Ultrasonography: Patient Positioning and OR Set-upMaurice E. Arregui, Matthew S. French17.2 Laparoscopic Ultrasonography: Port Placement ArrangementsMaurice E. Arregui, Matthew S. French18. Intraoperative Upper and Lower Endoscopy ConsiderationsKeith P. Meslin, John M. Cosgrove19. Choice of Laparoscopic Exposure MethodCA Jacobi, C Braumann 20. Anchoring Laparoscopic PortsJohn I. Lew, Richard L. Whelan21. Trocar and Port Related BleedingDaniel J. Deziel22. Perioperative Antibiotics in Laparoscopic SurgeryTracey D. Arnell23. Prophylaxis against Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT)James H. Holmes IV, Thomas R. Biehl, MD24. HypothermiaCatherine Boulay25. Implications of Subcutaneous Emphysema and How To Avoid And/Or Limit Its DevelopmentKirk A. Ludwig26. Fluid Management and Renal Function During a Laparoscopic Case Done Under CO2 PneumoperitoneumGamal Mostafa, Frederick L. Greene27. Port Site Closure Methods and Hernia PreventionChandrakanth Are28. Decision to Convert to Open MethodsValerie J. Halpin, Nathaniel J. Soper MDPart III: Postoperative Management of the Laparoscopic Patient29. Peri-Operative Fluid ManagementJoseph F. Sucher, Bruce V. MacFadyen Jr. 30. Ambulation and Early Post-Op Performance CriteriaFrank H. Chae, Greg V. Stiegmann31. Pulmonary ConsiderationsDesmond H. Birkett32. Resumption of Diet and Recovery of Bowel FunctionRobert W. Beart Jr., James A. Olson 33. Wound Management and ComplicationsStan Hewlett, Gary Vitale34. Postoperative Restrictions After Laparoscopic OperationsRobert N. Cacchione, Gerald M. LarsonPart IV: Physiologic Implications of CO2 Pneumeperitoneum and Minimally Invasive Methods35. Cardiovascular Effects of CO2 PneumoperitoneumLee L Swanstrom36. Pulmonary Implications of CO2 Pneumoperitoneum in Minimally Invasive SurgeryKaren E. Deveney37. Physiologic Implications of CO2 Pneumoperitoneum: Renal AspectsAyal M. Kaynan, Sherry M. Wren38. The Systemic Oncologic Implications of SurgerySang W. Lee39. Physiologic Implications of CO2 Pneumoperitoneum and Minimally Invasive MethodsLiver Function and Portal Blood FlowMichael W. Potter, Shimul A. Shah, Mark P. Callery 40. Physiologic implications of CO2 Pneumoperitoneum and minimally invasive methodsJames W. Fleshman41. Port Site Tumors: Means of PreventionMarc A. Reymond, Morris Franklin42. Immunologic Consequences and Considerations of the Laparoscopic ApproachFeingold DL, Carter JJ, Whelan RL43. Effect of Patient Position on Cardivascular and Pulmonary FunctionEric J. Hazebroek, H. Jaap Bonjer44. Pros and Cons of Alternate Gases and Abdominal Wall Lifting MethodsRobert Talac, Heidi Nelson45. Risk of Gas Embolism with CO2 and Other GasesDavid I Watson46. Impact of C02 Pneumoperitoneum on body temperature and the integrity of peritoneal liningCarsten N. Gutt, Christopher Heinbuch, Parswa Ansari47. Adhesion FormationA. Brent Fruin, Arthur F. Stucchi, Ali M. Ghellai, James M. Becker48. Impact of Minimally Invasive Methods on Postoperative Pain and Pulmonary FunctionAlessandro Fichera, Jeffrey W. Milsom49. Ergonomics in Laparoscopic SurgeryRamon Berguer