Handbook of Pediatric Surgery

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Download Handbook of Pediatric Surgery written by Jessica Buicko, Miguel Lopez-Viego, Michael A. Lopez in PDF format. This book is under the category Medicine and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1496388534/9781496388537. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Jessica Buicko, Miguel Lopez-Viego, Michael A. Lopez

publisher

Wolters Kluwer Health

file-type

PDF

pages

624 pages

language

English

asin

B07J3RWNP7

isbn10

1496388534

isbn13

9781496388537


Book Description

Written by residents for medical students and residents; Handbook of Pediatric Surgery; (PDF) is a pocket-sized resource filled with must-know information for the pediatric surgery rotation. In a concise; easy-to-reference format; it includes management of the pediatric surgical patient; common pediatric surgical problems; pediatric trauma surgery and pediatric surgical oncology.

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Additional information

book-author

Jessica Buicko, Miguel Lopez-Viego, Michael A. Lopez

publisher

Wolters Kluwer Health

file-type

PDF

pages

624 pages

language

English

asin

B07J3RWNP7

isbn10

1496388534

isbn13

9781496388537

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover image……Page 2
Title page……Page 3
Copyright……Page 27
Dedication……Page 30
Preface……Page 31
Contributors……Page 32
Section 1 Management of the Pediatric Surgical Patient……Page 36
Chapter 1 Evaluation and Examination of the Pediatric Surgical Patient……Page 37
The Examination……Page 38
Special Considerations……Page 46
References……Page 49
Assessment of Fluid Status……Page 52
Goals of Fluid Therapy……Page 53
Estimated Fluid Needs for Infants and Children……Page 54
Maintenance Electrolytes……Page 55
Changes in Maintenance Needs……Page 56
References……Page 57
Introduction……Page 58
Indications for Parenteral Nutrition……Page 59
How to Prescribe Parenteral Nutrition……Page 60
Complications……Page 62
References……Page 63
Chapter 4 Pediatric Anesthesia……Page 65
Relevant Anatomy and Physiology……Page 66
Induction Techniques……Page 69
Tracheal Intubation……Page 70
Further Considerations……Page 71
References……Page 72
Relevant Anatomy……Page 74
Venous Catheters……Page 76
Percutaneous Technique……Page 81
Techniques to Confirm Venous Access……Page 82
Hemodialysis Catheters……Page 89
Management of Common Complications……Page 91
References……Page 93
Pharmacokinetics of the Pediatric Patient……Page 94
Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis……Page 96
Pain Management……Page 97
Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting……Page 100
References……Page 102
Section 2 Pediatric Trauma Surgery……Page 104
Trauma Resuscitation……Page 105
Primary Survey……Page 106
Secondary Survey……Page 108
Signs of Child Abuse……Page 109
References……Page 110
Initial Management……Page 112
Bowel Injury……Page 114
Liver Injury……Page 115
Bladder Injury……Page 116
Pancreatic Injury……Page 117
References……Page 118
Relevant Anatomy and Physiology……Page 120
Common Injury Patterns……Page 121
Imaging Findings……Page 123
Surgical Management……Page 126
References……Page 129
Bone Physiology……Page 130
Healing and Remodeling……Page 135
Distal Radius……Page 136
Digits……Page 144
Supracondylar Fractures……Page 150
Clavicle……Page 160
Tibia……Page 164
References……Page 169
Relevant Anatomy……Page 170
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 173
Fluid Management……Page 175
Medical and Surgical Treatment……Page 177
Postoperative Care……Page 178
References……Page 179
Relevant Anatomy and Physiology……Page 180
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 181
Diagnostic Imaging……Page 182
Common Injuries……Page 183
References……Page 191
Chapter 13 Diagnosis and Management of Child Abuse Injuries……Page 193
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 194
Clinical Presentation……Page 195
Diagnosis……Page 202
Management……Page 206
References……Page 207
Section 3 Common Pediatric Surgical Problems……Page 211
Relevant Anatomy (Figure 14.1)……Page 212
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 213
Diagnosis……Page 214
Surgical Management……Page 218
Operative Intervention……Page 219
Postoperative Care……Page 221
References……Page 222
Relevant Anatomy and Terminology……Page 223
Etiology and Epidemiology……Page 228
Preoperative Management……Page 230
Surgical Approach……Page 231
Postoperative Care……Page 232
References……Page 234
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 236
Clinical Presentation……Page 237
Surgical Management……Page 238
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 241
Postoperative Care……Page 242
References……Page 243
Relevant Anatomy……Page 244
Clinical Presentation……Page 247
Diagnosis……Page 248
Medical Management……Page 249
Surgical Management……Page 250
Postoperative Care……Page 254
References……Page 256
Definitions……Page 257
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 259
Patient Selection……Page 260
Preoperative Workup and Evaluation……Page 261
Surgical Management……Page 262
Surgical Interventions……Page 263
Postoperative Care……Page 267
References……Page 268
Chapter 19 Gallbladder Disease in Children……Page 269
Relevant Anatomy……Page 270
Clinical Presentation……Page 271
Diagnosis……Page 272
Surgical Management……Page 274
References……Page 280
Relevant Anatomy……Page 282
Clinical Presentation……Page 285
Diagnosis……Page 286
Surgical Management……Page 288
Postoperative Care……Page 290
References……Page 291
Relevant Anatomy……Page 293
Etiology and Epidemiology……Page 295
Clinical Presentation……Page 296
Diagnosis……Page 298
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 302
Postoperative Care……Page 306
References……Page 307
Relevant Anatomy……Page 309
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 310
Diagnosis……Page 312
Surgical Management……Page 313
Postoperative Care……Page 316
References……Page 317
Relevant Anatomy……Page 319
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 321
Clinical Presentation……Page 323
Diagnosis……Page 324
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 325
Postoperative Care……Page 327
References……Page 328
Chapter 24 Intestinal Atresia……Page 329
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 330
Diagnosis……Page 334
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 337
Postoperative Care……Page 339
References……Page 340
Relevant Anatomy……Page 342
Clinical Presentation……Page 345
Diagnosis……Page 347
Surgical Management……Page 350
Postoperative Care……Page 354
References……Page 355
Historical Background……Page 357
Diagnosis……Page 358
Initial Management……Page 362
Goals of Operative Treatment……Page 363
Surgical Technique……Page 364
Postoperative Care……Page 366
References……Page 367
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 368
Clinical Presentation……Page 369
Diagnosis……Page 370
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 372
Postoperative Care……Page 376
Complications……Page 377
References……Page 379
Embryology……Page 380
Relevant Anatomy……Page 381
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 382
Clinical Presentation……Page 384
Surgical Management……Page 385
Operative Intervention……Page 386
Postoperative Care……Page 389
Embryology……Page 390
Relevant Anatomy……Page 391
Clinical Presentation……Page 393
Operative Intervention……Page 394
Postoperative Care……Page 395
References……Page 396
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 398
Clinical Presentation……Page 399
Diagnosis……Page 400
Management……Page 401
Postoperative Care……Page 404
References……Page 405
Relevant Anatomy……Page 406
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 407
Diagnosis……Page 408
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 409
Complications……Page 413
References……Page 414
Relevant Anatomy……Page 415
Clinical Presentation……Page 416
Diagnosis……Page 419
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 420
Postoperative Care……Page 423
References……Page 424
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 426
Diagnosis……Page 427
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 430
Postoperative Care……Page 437
Complications……Page 438
References……Page 439
Chapter 33 Foreign Body Ingestion……Page 440
Relevant Anatomy……Page 441
Clinical Presentation……Page 442
Diagnosis……Page 444
Management……Page 445
References……Page 446
Pectus Excavatum……Page 447
Management……Page 449
Open Repair of Pectus Excavatum: (Ravitch Procedure)……Page 450
Pectus Carinatum……Page 451
Etiology……Page 452
Ectopia Cordis……Page 453
Sternal Cleft (aka Bifid Sternum)……Page 454
References……Page 455
Chapter 35 Pulmonary Sequestration……Page 457
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 459
Clinical Presentation……Page 460
Diagnosis……Page 461
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 464
References……Page 465
Chapter 36 Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia……Page 467
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 469
Diagnosis……Page 471
Medical Management……Page 473
Postoperative Care……Page 475
References……Page 481
Pathophysiology……Page 482
Treatment……Page 483
References……Page 485
Differential Diagnosis of Head and Neck Masses in Children (Figure 38.1)……Page 487
Thyroglossal Duct Cyst……Page 489
Epidemiology……Page 490
Clinical Presentation……Page 491
Diagnosis……Page 493
Epidemiology……Page 495
Diagnosis……Page 496
Surgical Management……Page 497
References……Page 498
Relevant Anatomy……Page 499
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 502
Clinical Presentation……Page 503
Diagnosis……Page 504
Surgical Management……Page 507
Postoperative Care……Page 511
References……Page 512
Relevant Anatomy (Figure 40.1)……Page 514
Etiology and Epidemiology……Page 515
Diagnosis……Page 517
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 518
Postoperative Care……Page 525
References……Page 526
Relevant Anatomy……Page 528
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 529
Clinical Presentation……Page 534
Diagnosis……Page 535
Surgical Management……Page 536
Breast Masses……Page 539
References……Page 542
Relevant Anatomy……Page 543
Clinical Presentation……Page 545
Diagnosis……Page 546
Surgical Management……Page 549
References……Page 551
Chapter 43 Undescended Testicle……Page 553
Relevant Anatomy……Page 554
Clinical Presentation……Page 557
Diagnosis……Page 558
Operative Intervention……Page 559
Postoperative Care……Page 565
References……Page 566
Relevant Anatomy……Page 567
Epidemiology……Page 568
Contraindications and Risks……Page 569
Surgical Management……Page 570
References……Page 575
Chapter 45 Ovarian Torsion……Page 576
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 577
Diagnosis……Page 580
Surgical Management……Page 587
Postoperative Care……Page 591
References……Page 593
Chapter 46 Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation 
(ECMO)……Page 594
History of ECMO……Page 597
Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation System……Page 599
Multiorgan System Management During ECMO……Page 603
Complications Related to ECMO……Page 604
References……Page 605
Section 4 Pediatric Surgical Oncology……Page 607
Chapter 47 Wilms Tumor……Page 608
Relevant Anatomy……Page 610
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 614
Clinical Presentation……Page 615
Diagnosis……Page 616
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 621
Complications……Page 623
References……Page 624
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 626
Pathology……Page 627
Clinical Presentation……Page 628
Diagnosis and Staging……Page 629
Treatment……Page 633
References……Page 636
Relevant Anatomy……Page 638
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 643
Clinical Presentation……Page 645
Diagnosis……Page 646
Surgical Management……Page 647
Operative Intervention……Page 649
Postoperative Care……Page 659
References……Page 660
Chapter 50 Hepatic Neoplasms in Children……Page 663
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 665
Diagnosis……Page 672
Surgical Management……Page 673
Postoperative Care……Page 676
References……Page 677
Relevant Anatomy……Page 678
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 679
Clinical Presentation……Page 681
Diagnosis……Page 683
Surgical Management……Page 688
Operative Intervention……Page 689
Postoperative Care……Page 695
References……Page 696
Chapter 52 Mediastinal Tumors……Page 698
Anterior Mediastinum……Page 700
Posterior Mediastinum……Page 701
Overview……Page 702
Presentation……Page 703
Surgical Intervention……Page 704
Surgical Intervention……Page 705
Overview……Page 706
Presentation……Page 707
Surgical Intervention……Page 708
Surgical Intervention……Page 709
References……Page 710
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 712
Clinical Presentation……Page 713
Diagnosis……Page 714
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 717
Postoperative Care……Page 718
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 719
Diagnosis……Page 721
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 723
Clinical Presentation……Page 724
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 725
Clinical Presentation……Page 726
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 728
Clinical Presentation……Page 729
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 732
Clinical Presentation……Page 733
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 734
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 735
Other Intestinal Polyps……Page 736
References……Page 737
Chapter 54 Testicular Tumors in Children……Page 741
Clinical Presentation……Page 743
Diagnosis……Page 744
Surgical Management……Page 746
References……Page 748
Relevant Anatomy……Page 750
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 752
Diagnosis……Page 762
Surgical Management……Page 766
Postoperative Care……Page 771
References……Page 772
Chapter 56 Pediatric Orthopedic Tumors……Page 774
Clinical Presentation……Page 775
Diagnosis……Page 776
Surgical Management……Page 785
Osteosarcoma……Page 786
Ewing Sarcoma Family of Tumors……Page 796
Osteochondroma……Page 804
Giant Cell Tumors……Page 806
Osteoblastoma……Page 809
Osteoid Osteoma……Page 812
References……Page 815
Relevant Anatomy……Page 818
Clinical Presentation……Page 821
Diagnosis……Page 822
Surgical Management……Page 826
Postoperative Care……Page 827
References……Page 828
Epidemiology and Etiology……Page 830
Clinical Presentation……Page 831
Diagnosis……Page 834
Medical and Surgical Management……Page 835
Postoperative Care……Page 839
References……Page 842
Relevant Anatomy……Page 843
Nevi……Page 846
Melanocytic Nevi……Page 847
Diagnosis……Page 857
Postoperative Care……Page 858
References……Page 859
Index……Page 860

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