CLINICAL ANESTHESIA FOR THE NEWBORN AND THE NEONATE
Description détaillée : CLINICAL ANESTHESIA FOR THE NEWBORN AND THE NEONATE
These patients are highly vulnerable, very small in size and weight, at very high risk, and have high mortality and morbidity, which gets further aggravated by the medical diseases and congenital abnormalities these babies may suffer from.
What is the content of "Clinical Anesthesia for the Newborn and Neonate"?
The book provides knowledge that equips the anesthetists with the regional techniques used to provide both anesthesia and analgesia, including information about the drugs used, skills in providing neuraxial blocks, nerve blocks, etc., complications thereof and the specially designed equipment for these patients (IV cannula, endotracheal tubes, ryles tubes, laryngoscopes, SpO2 probes, monitors, incubators, warmers and heaters, mattresses, OT tables).
The book covers the pharmacology of drugs used, the effect of anesthetic drugs on the developing brain, pulmonary physiology, airway assessment and management, ventilation modes, getting IV and arterial access, preoperative workup, anesthetic management, and postoperative care. It includes care and concerns from both surgical and anesthesia aspects.
It covers all the common surgical diseases along with some rare cases such as oncological concerns, palliative care, ethical concerns and pain management. The book also discusses the role and use of ultrasound.
The chapter on anesthesia for short procedures includes common birth and neonatal care injuries. The book contains chapters on fluid therapy, blood and blood product transfusion guidelines and indications, resuscitation of a newborn and neonate, and neonatal rehabilitation to improve neonatal outcomes.
It contains a dedicated chapter on why these babies are at a high risk of morbidity and mortality and contributing maternal factors. All the chapters are written by experts in their fields with vast experience.
This book bridges the gap in the knowledge of an anesthesiologist between anesthesia for children and adults and newborns, neonates and preterm babies.
Who is the author of "Clinical Anesthesia for the Newborn and Neonate"?
Dr. Usha Saha (MBBS, MD anesthesiology) is a former director professor (teaching faculty) at LHMC and Sucheta Kriplani Hospital, with Kalawati Saran Children’s Hospital (KSCH) attached to it. She has held the posts of treasurer and president of the Indian Society of Anesthesiology (ISA) Delhi.
She has more than 40 years experience in anesthesia and is specially dedicated to pediatric and neonatal anesthesia. She has been holding CME for anesthetists on “neonatal anesthesia”. She has two research works under her on newborns and neonates.
Dr Saha is a former HOD of the department of anesthesiology, LHMC and associated hospitals. Presently she holds the post of HOD anesthesia at Delhi University. She is additionally trained in palliative care. She has been internal and external examiners for MD and DA in anesthesia, for MD in palliative care, and DM in oncoanesthesia.
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09 novembre 2023
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