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The text manages to bridge the distance between anesthesia residents, fellow in cardiac anesthesia, anesthesiology pratitioners, perfusionists, and CRNAs. Presented in outline format, it is a comprehensive overview of cardiac anesthesia. The text progresses from cardiac physiology and pharmacology to anesthetic management of specific cardiac surgical procedures to management of cardiac disorders, to circulatory support and organ preservation. It ends with a section on thoracic anesthesia and pain management in cardiac and thoracic procedures. Includes a new, more significant chapter on cardiac physiology and a new chapter on pericardial disease. New content added on adult congenital heart disease and new material on percutaneous valvaes.
Table of Contents
Section I: Cardiovascular Physiology and Pharmacology
1. 1. Cardiovascular Physiology: A Primer
Thomas Gayeski, Brad Steenwyk, and Jack Crawford
2. Cardiovascular Drugs
John F. Butterworth, IV
Section II: Anesthetic Management for Cardiac Surgery
3. The Cardiac Surgical Patient
Donald E. Martin and Charles E. Chambers
4. Monitoring the Cardiac Surgical Patient
Mark A. Gerhardt, Thomas M. Skeehan, and Katarzyna Walosik-Arenall
5. Transesophageal Echocardiography
Jack S. Shanewise
6. Induction of Anesthesia
Ferenc Puskas, Michael B. Howie, and Glenn P. Gravlee
7. Anesthetic Management in the Precardiopulmonary Bypass Period
Anand R. Mehta, Mark E. Romanoff, and Michael G. Licina
8. Anesthetic Management during Cardiopulmonary Bypass
Neville M. Gibbs and David R. Larach
9. The Postcardiopulmonary Bypass Period: Weaning to ICU Transport
Benjamin N. Morris, Mark E. Romanoff, and Roger L. Royster
10. Postoperative Care of the Cardiac Surgical Patient
Breandan Sullivan and Michael H. Wall
Section III: Anesthetic Management of Specific Cardiac Disorders
11. Anesthetic Management of Myocardial Revascularization
Michael S. Green, Gary Okum, and Jay C. Horrow
12. Anesthetic Management for the Surgical Treatment of Valvular Heart Disease
Matthew Townsley and Donald E. Martin
13. Alternative Approaches to Cardiac Surgery with and without Cardiopulmonary Bypass
James Y. Kim, James Ramsay, Michael G. Licina, and Anand R. Mehta
14. Anesthetic Management for Patients with Congenital Heart Disease: The Pediatric Population
Laurie K. Davies, S. Adil Husain, and Nathaen Weitzel
15. Anesthetic Management for Patients with Congenital Heart Disease: The Adult Population
Nathaen Weitzel, S. Adil Husain, and Laurie K. Davies
16. Anesthetic Management of Cardiac Transplantation
Kishan Dwarakanath, Anne L. Rother, and Charles D. Collard
17. Arrhythmia, Rhythm Management Devices, and Catheter and Surgical Ablation
Soraya M. Samii and Jerry Luck
18. Blood Transfusion
Colleen G. Koch
20. Anesthetic Considerations for Patients with Pericardial Disease
Matthew M. Townsley and Michael L. Shelton
Section IV: Circulatory Support
21. Cardiopulmonary Bypass: Equipment, Circuits, and Pathophysiology
Eugene A. Hessel, II, Glenn S. Murphy, Robert C. Groom, and Joseph N. Ghansah
22. Devices for Cardiac Support and Replacement
Glenn P. Gravlee and Joe Cleveland
23. Intraoperative Myocardial Protection
John W.C. Entwistle, III, Percy Boateng, and Andrew S. Wechsler
24. Protection of the Brain during Cardiac Surgery
John M. Murkin
Section V: Thoracic Anesthesia and Pain Management
25. Anesthetic Management for Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms and Dissections
Amanda A. Fox and John R. Cooper, Jr.
26. Anesthetic Management for Surgery of the Lungs and Mediastinum
Peter Slinger and Erin A. Sullivan
27. Pain Management for Cardiothoracic Procedures
Mark Stafford-Smith and Thomas M. McLoughlin, Jr.