Perioperative Medicine E-Book, 2nd Edition
Based on the most current evidence and best practices, Perioperative Medicine: Managing for Outcome, 2nd Edition, is an easy-to-follow, authoritative guide to achieving optimal outcomes in perioperative care. Written and edited by recognized authorities in anesthesiology and surgical critical care, this fully updated edition helps you think critically about complex, long-term issues surrounding the care of the surgical patient, providing decision trees that define strategies to enhance the medical outcome of care.
- Focuses on what anesthesiologists, surgeons, and intensivists need to know in order to improve outcomes through evidence- and outcome-based approaches.
- Provides practical guidance on potential risks to all major organ systems, the etiology of particular organ dysfunctions, preoperative and intraoperative risk factors, and perioperative protection strategies to minimize potential complications.
- Features a consistent chapter format - with even more color-coded algorithms, summary tables, and boxes - that enables you to quickly explore and determine the best management approaches.
- Includes six all-new chapters: Perioperative Fluid Management; Delirium and POCD; Role of Palliative Care/ICU; Value-Based Care: The UK Model; CFO Perspective on Value; Hospital to Home (Perioperative Transitions of Care)
- Discusses timely topics such as quality improvement, pay-for-performance, preexisting disease and comorbid conditions in anesthesiology, and the team-based model of care.
- Features two new editors, surgeon Clifford Ko, MD, and Perioperative Summit leader, Michael (Monty) Mythen, MD.
|Author Information||By Mark F. Newman, MD, Merael H. Harmel Professor and Chairman, Department of Anesthesiology; Professor of Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine; Medical Director, Global Perioperative Research Organization (GPRO), Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC; Lee A. Fleisher, MD, Robert Dunning Dripps Professor and Chair of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Professor of Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Clifford Ko, MD, MS, MSHA, FACS, Professor, Department of Surgery, Director, UCLA Center for Surgical Outcomes and Quality, Los Angeles, California and Michael (Monty) Mythen, MBBS FRCA MD, Smiths Medical Professor of Anaesthesia and Critical Care, University College London, London, UK|
"As a preoperative/intraoperative/postoperative journey, the book is a nice overview for anesthesia providers and a reminder that our impact on patient outcomes is not just in the operating room, but also beyond it. It is much more in-depth on many topics than I anticipated and makes many references to studies and current research."
-© Doody's Review Service, 2021, Nayema K Salimi, MD (Yale School of Medicine)
|Table of Content||
Part I: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
1. Implications of Perioperative Morbidity for Long-Term Outcomes
Part II: PREOPERATIVE ASSESSMENT
4. The Value of Preoperative Assessment
Part III: PRESERVATION OF ORGAN FUNCTION AND PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF PERIOPERATIVE ORGAN DYSFUNCTION
SECTION 1 Cardiovascular System
SECTION 2 Renal System
SECTION 3 Pulmonary System
SECTION 4 Central Nervous System
SECTION 5 Gastrointestinal System
SECTION 6 Hematology and Coagulation
SECTION 7 Infections
Part IV EARLY POSTOPERATIVE CARE
SECTION 9 Specific Operations
SECTION 10 Specific Problems
Part V CONFLICTING OUTCOMES VALUE BASED CARE
44. Economic Analysis of Perioperative Optimization
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