Anesthesia for Otolaryngologic Surgery
Anesthesia for Otolaryngologic Surgery offers a comprehensive synopsis of the anesthetic management options for otolaryngologic and bronchoscopic procedures. Authored by world authorities in the fields of anesthesiology and otolaryngology, both theoretical concepts and practical issues are addressed in detail, providing literature-based evidence wherever available and offering expert clinical opinion where rigorous scientific evidence is lacking. A full chapter is dedicated to every common surgical ENT procedure, as well as less common procedures such as face transplantation. Clinical chapters are enriched with case descriptions, making the text applicable to everyday practice. Chapters are also enhanced by numerous illustrations and recommended anesthetic management plans, as well as hints and tips that draw on the authors' extensive experience. Comprehensively reviewing the whole field, Anesthesia for Otolaryngologic Surgery is an invaluable resource for every clinician involved in the care of ENT surgical patients, including anesthesiologists, otolaryngologists and pulmonologists.
- Electronic book text
- 01 Nov 2012
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 41 b/w illus. 112 colour illus. 46 tables
Table of contents
Part I. Introduction: 1. Clinical head and neck anatomy for the ENT anesthesiologist Nicole M. Fowler and Joseph Scharpf; 2. Otolaryngology instruments 101 for the anesthesiologist Paul C. Bryson and Michael S. Benninger; 3. Preoperative evaluation for ENT surgery Jie Zhou and Linda S. Aglio; 4. The difficult airway in otolaryngology D. John Doyle; 5. Preoperative endoscopic airway examination (PEAE) William H. Rosenblatt; 6. Awake intubation Carlos A. Artime and Carin A. Hagberg; 7. Anesthesia for ENT trauma Matthew R. Eng and Marshal B. Kaplan; 8. Anesthesia for ENT emergencies D. John Doyle; 9. Airway pathology in otolaryngology: anesthetic implications D. John Doyle; 10. Use of heliox in managing stridor: an ENT perspective D. John Doyle; 11. Prevention and management of airway fires D. John Doyle; Part II. Anesthesia for Nasal, Sinus and Pituitary Surgery: 12. Anesthesia for septoplasty and rhinoplasty Ursula Galway and Daniel Alam; 13. Endoscopic sinus surgery Paul Kempen; 14. Transsphenoidal pituitary surgery Gazanfar Rahmathulla, Robert Weil and David E. Traul; Part III. Anesthesia for Head and Neck Surgery: 15. Neck dissection and laryngectomy David W. Healy and Carol R. Bradford; 16. Anesthesia for head and neck flap reconstructive surgery Edward Noguera, Brian Burkey and Basem Abdelmalak; 17. Anesthesia for thyroid and parathyroid surgery Twain Russell and Richard M. Cooper; 18. Anesthesia for obstructive sleep apnea surgery Ursula Galway and Alan Kominsky; 19. Perioperative anesthetic management of carotid body tumor resection Maged Argalious and Sivan Wexler; 20. Anesthesia for Zenker's Diverticulectomy Ashish Khanna, Benjamin Wood and Basem Abdelmalak; 21. Anesthesia for parotid surgery Mauricio Perilla, Biao Lei and Daniel Alam; 22. Anesthesia for maxillary, salivary gland, mandibular and temporomandibular joint surgery Gail I. Randel and Tracey Straker; 23. Anesthetic care for face transplantation Jacek B. Cywinski, Thomas Edrich and D. John Doyle; 24. Anesthesia for EUA and panendoscopy Louise Ellard and David T. Wong; 25. Anesthesia for ENT laser surgery D. John Doyle; Part IV. Anesthesia for Laryngotracheal Surgery: 26. Anesthesia for laryngoplasty Michael S. Benninger and Tatyana Kopyeva; 27. Anesthesia for tracheotomy Onur Demirci and Marc Popovich; 28. Anesthesia for tracheal resection John George III and D. John Doyle; 29. Anesthesia for otologic and neurotologic surgery Vladimir Nekhendzy; Part V. Anesthesia for Bronchoscopic Surgery: 30. Anesthesia care for diagnostic bronchoscopic procedures Basem Abdelmalak and Mona Sarkiss; 31. Anesthesia care for therapeutic bronchoscopic procedures Basem Abdelmalak and Mona Sarkiss; Part VI. Anesthesia for Pediatric ENT Surgery: 32. Anesthesia for pediatric otolaryngologic surgery Rahul G. Baijal and Emad B. Mossad; 33. Reconstructive airway surgery in pediatrics Megan Nolan and David Beebe; Index.
'This addition to the body of anesthesia literature is much welcomed ... Contributions from both anesthesiologists and surgeons add strength to this book.' Canadian Journal of Anesthesia
About John Doyle
Basem Abdelmalak is Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and Director of Anesthesia for Bronchoscopic Surgery, Anesthesiology Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. D. John Doyle is Professor of Anesthesia, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and Staff Anesthesiologist, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, USA.