5 edition of Regional anaesthesia in children found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Claude Saint-Maurice, Ottheinz Schulte Steinberg, Edward N. Armitage ; Lennart Håkansson, coordinator ; Poul Buckhöj, medical artist ; foreword by Philip R. Bromage.|
|Contributions||Saint-Maurice, Claude., Schulte Steinberg, Ottheinz., Armitage, Edward N.|
|LC Classifications||RD84 .R418 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||90000229|
Regional anesthesia is an essential part of modern pediatric anesthetic practice, conveying many significant advantages to the patient and to the hospital (Table 42–1).However, despite a strong body of evidence highlighting the advantages of regional anesthesia, it has been only relatively recently that regional anesthesia has begun to become more common place in anesthetic practice. Regional anesthesia makes a specific part of the body numb to relieve pain or allow surgical procedures to be done. Types of regional anesthesia include spinal anesthesia (also called subarachnoid block), epidural anesthesia, and nerve al anesthesia is often used for orthopedic surgery on an extremity (arm, leg, hand, or foot), for female reproductive surgery (gynecological.
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The surgical options for children, from birth through adolescence, have mushroomed in recent years. The challenges to anesthetists have consequently increased in scope and complexity. The 5th edition of Gregory's Pediatric Anesthesia introduces you to the basics of pediatric anesthesia, and how they are applied to contemporary practice both in. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Regional anesthesia in infants, children, and adolescents by Bernard J. Dalens, , Waverly Europe, Williams & Wilkins edition, in EnglishPages:
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Ultrasound has revolutionized the practice of regional anesthesia, yet there remains a paucity of good resources on ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia in children. This book offers a much-needed practical guide to all the major ultrasound-guided blocks in pediatric patients, including neuraxial, truncal, upper and lower limb : $ Regional Anesthesia in Infants, Children, and Adolescents: Medicine & Health Science Books @ 5/5(1).
Ultrasound has revolutionized the practice of regional anesthesia, yet there remains a paucity of good resources on ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia in children.
This book offers a much-needed practical guide to all the major ultrasound-guided blocks in pediatric patients, including neuraxial, truncal, upper and lower limb blocks. Covers the regional anaesthetic techniques used in children, addressing basic principles, common techniques, pain management and uncommon diseases and special problems.
Regional anaesthesia in children book book provides a precise description of safe and reliable procedures for regional anesthesia in children. It covers the advantages and disadvantages, specific features related to the pediatric range of ages, and the practical importance of the described procedures.
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Written in two main parts, emp. Book Description. This book provides a precise description of safe and reliable procedures for regional anesthesia in children.
It covers the advantages and disadvantages, specific features related to the pediatric range of ages, and the practical importance of the described procedures.
Increased use of regional anaesthesia in infants, children, and adolescents has significantly improved the scope of paediatric pain management. Regional anaesthesia is generally accepted as an integral component of postoperative pain relief in paediatric patients.
1 Several regional anaesthetic techniques are also playing emerging roles in Cited by: Text for anesthesiologists and residents on the techniques of regional anesthesia in children.
Translation of Anesthesie Locoregionale de la Naissance a l'Age Adulte, Illustrated, with color highlighting. 7 : Dalens. Detection of LAST in children Detection, particularly in the more susceptible infants and neonates, is difficult.
The majority of children are anaesthetised or sedated prior to placement of neuraxial or peripheral nerve block. General anaesthesia not only raises the threshold for LAST but also masks the classic early signs and symptoms (dizziness, somnolence, peri-oral tingling, tinnitus Author: A Bosenberg.
Most work in regional anesthesia has been carried out by a few researchers with a firm commitment to the use of regional techniques in children. Although the usual dictum that children are just small adults may apply to regional analgesia in the adolescent population, it is much less applicable to.
Regional anesthesia has been used increasingly for postoperative analgesia in infants and children over the past 15 years. With the introduction of any treatment to new. In some countries, regional anesthesia forms part of the “anesthetic culture” and it is almost an anticipated to provide analgesia for children after surgery.
In some institutions, the use of regional anesthesia in children remains limited because of the perception that the advantages of regional anesthesia over opiate analgesia [1,2] are Author: Adrian T. Bosenberg.
Pediatric regional anesthesia has attained widespread use internationally. The literature confirms the very low rate of complications and adverse effects of regional anesthesia in children.
The evolution of embryology and physiology of the peripheral nervous system with age is : Claude Ecoffey. Pediatric regional anesthesia (PRA) is widely practiced today; reassuring data from international literature show its safety and efficacy.
However, for many years, PRA was considered an extravagant and ineffective technique by many detractors. Caudal anaesthesia is the single most important regional anaesthesia technique in children.
Compared with neuraxial techniques in adults, it can be easily learned. 73 The puncture is usually performed with the child in a lateral position, the upper hip flexed at 90°, the lower one at 45°. Regional anesthesia has become an integral and common component of both intraoperative anesthesia and postoperative analgesia in infants and children.
Advantages of regional blockade include the reduction of general anesthetic dose requirements, effective blunting of hemodynamic and autonomic responses. A complimentary educational resource to the anesthesia community for nearly three decades.
The single most visited source of information on the practice of anesthesia, regional anesthesia and education in perioperative medicine. Peripheral regional anesthesia in children has had a recent surge in popularity among pediatric anesthesia providers. The increased prevalence is at least in part explained by the proliferation of ultrasonography in the perioperative arena.
Two studies examined the use of regional anesthesia for postoperative pain relief in children undergoing orchiopexy,63 Orchiopexy is a commonly performed procedure in children with an undescended testicle or testes and is associated with moderate-to-severe postoperative pain lasting up to several days following surgery One study compared Cited by: 1.Extensively revised and updated, and in full-color throughout, the new edition of this popular text delivers practical advice on the safe, effective administration of general and regional anesthesia to infants and children.ABOUT THE BOOK.
As a curriculum, this book was designed as a comprehensive, step-wise, and progressive introduction towards understanding and performing ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia for both community and academic practice settings.
In its entirety, a foundation of ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia is presented through discussions.