Moderate and Deep Sedation in Clinical Practice
Millions of procedures requiring sedation are performed each year; many occur outside of the operating room in both inpatient and outpatient settings. This tremendous growth has resulted in sedation being administered by a wide range of healthcare providers, including non-anesthesiologist physicians, nurses and nurse practitioners. Moderate and Deep Sedation in Clinical Practice is a concise, practical handbook for all medical and surgical professionals who sedate patients. This up-to-date, evidence based, 'how to' manual will: * Tell you how to evaluate patients * Update you on relevant pharmacology * Advise you on sedation for specific populations: elderly, pediatric, ICU, emergency room, endoscopy and reproductive technologies * Guide you on legal and quality assurance issues Written and edited by experts in procedural sedation and sedation education, this book will help users develop safer techniques, policies and procedures. Essential reading for any healthcare provider administering moderate or deep sedation.
- Electronic book text
- 05 Mar 2012
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 38 b/w illus.
Table of contents
Foreword Mairead Hickey; Preface; 1. Introduction to moderate and deep sedation Emmett E. Whitaker, Arnab Mukherjee, Todd Liu, Bommy Hong and Eugenie S. Heitmiller; 2. Pharmacology principles Alan D. Kaye, Julie Gayle and Adam M. Kaye; 3. Clinical considerations for sedation and pain management Joseph C. Hung, J. Gabriel Tsang, Jamie Wingate, Martin Kubin, Usman Latif and Eugenie S. Heitmiller; 4. Patient evaluation and procedure selection Debra E. Morrison and Kristi Dorn Hare; 5. Patient monitoring, equipment, and intravenous fluids Erika G. Puente, Maria A. Antor and Sergio D. Bergese; 6. Credentialling, competency, and education Ellen K. Bergeron; 7. Ensuring program excellence: quality and legal/risk management considerations Mary T. Antonelli and David E. Seaver; 8. Nursing considerations for sedation Louise Caperelli-White; 9. Physician assistants and nurse practitioners Heather Trafton; 10. Sedation for the high-risk patient: elderly patients, obesity, and other co-morbidities Charles Fox, Henry Liu, Michael Yarborough, Mary Elise Fox and Alan D. Kaye; 11. Management of complications of moderate and deep sedation Henry Liu, Charles Fox, Philip Kalarickal, Theodore Strickland and Alan D. Kaye; 12. Outcomes, controversies, and future trends Julia Metzner and Karen B. Domino; 13. Simulation training for sedation Valeriy Kozmenko, James Riopelle, Alan D. Kaye and Lyubov Kozmenko; 14. Sedation in the radiology suite Brenda Schmitz; 15. Sedation in the endoscopy suite Laura Kress, Donna Beitler and Kai Matthes; 16. Sedation in the cardiology suite Erika G. Puente, Alberto Uribe and Sergio D. Bergese; 17. Sedation in the emergency department Heikki E. Nikkanen; 18. Sedation in the intensive care setting Ghousia Wajida and Jeffrey S. Kelly; 19. Pediatric sedation Corey E. Collins; 20. Sedation in the outpatient/office setting Debra E. Morrison and Kristi Dorn Hare; 21. Sedation in dentistry Benjamin R. Record; 22. Sedation for reproductive technologies Patricia M. Sequeira; 23. Sedation for pain management procedures Ron Banister, Rahul Mishra and Alan D. Kaye; 24. Emergency resuscitation algorithms: adults Eunhea Kim; 25. Emergency resuscitation algorithms: infants and children Joyce C. Lo; Index.