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Manual of Postoperative Care in Pediatric Cardiac Surgery - Section II
Sirivella Srikrishna
ISBN: 978-1-941926-35-2
6.3 x 9.1 inches, 224pp, PDF: $89
Published Date: July, 2019
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The optimal postoperative management of any individual congenital cardiac defect requires concise knowledge of the morphology, pathophysiology of the lesion and its impact on physiology of the body as a whole. The nature of a surgical correction performed to alter the preexisting pathophysiology of the lesion influences the postoperative management of a patient. In turn, the management should adhere to the principles of general pediatric cardiac surgical care (See section I). The surgical course such as operative technique, cardiopulmonary bypass time, the choice of myocardial protection also influences the postoperative management and patient outcomes. The detailed postoperative management of any congenital cardiac defect should therefore be taken into cognizance of several issues prevailed at the operation. In this section, the issues pertaining to the postoperative care of an individual congenital cardiac lesion are addressed with a brief discussion of the morphology, pathophysiology and surgical management of an individual cardiac lesion.
The Full Book PDF PDF
Front Matter PDF
Chapter 1 Patent Ductus Arteriosus PDF
      1.1 Morphology  
      1.2 Pathophysiology  
      1.3 Sequelae of PDA  
      1.4 Indications for Closure of PDA  
      1.5 Surgical Techniques  
      1.6 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 2 Secundum Atrial Septal Defect PDF
      2.1 Morphology  
      2.2 Pathophysiology  
      2.3 Surgical Treatment  
      2.4 Surgical Technique  
      2.5 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 3 Ventricular Septal Defect PDF
      3.1 Morphology  
      3.2 Pathophysiology  
      3.3 Surgical Treatment  
      3.4 Operative Technique  
      3.5 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 4 Atrioventricular Septal Defects PDF
      4.1 Morphology  
      4.2 Pathophysiology  
      4.3 Treatment  
      4.4 Operative Technique  
      4.5 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 5 Coarctation of Aorta PDF
      5.1 Morphology & Pathophysiology  
      5.2 Surgical Technique  
      5.3 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 6 Interrupted Aortic Arch PDF
      6.1 Morphology & Pathophysiology  
      6.2 Operative Techniques  
      6.3 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 7 Subaortic Stenosis PDF
      7.1 Morphology  
      7.2 Pathophysiology  
      7.3 Treatment  
      7.4 Operative Techniques  
      7.5 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 8 Ross Procedure PDF
      8.1 Indications & Scope of the Aortic Valve Procedures  
      8.2 Contraindications for Ross Operation  
      8.3 Principles of Ross Operation  
      8.4 Operative Technique  
      8.5 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 9 Tetralogy of Fallot PDF
      9.1 Morphology  
      9.2 Pathophysiology  
      9.3 Management of Hypercyanotic Tet Spells  
      9.4 Surgical Treatment  
      9.5 Operative Procedure  
      9.6 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 10 Truncus Arteriosus PDF
      10.1 Morphology & Pathophysiology  
      10.2 Surgical Treatment  
      10.3 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 11 Pulmonary Atresia with Ventricular Septal Defect PDF
      11.1 Morphology  
      11.2 Operative Principles  
      11.3 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 12 Transposition of Great Arteries & Arterial Switch PDF
      12.1 Morphology  
      12.2 Pathophysiology  
      12.3 Perioperative Management  
      12.4 Operative Procedures  
      12.5 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 13 Rastelli Procedure PDF
      13.1 Objective  
      13.2 Operative Technique  
      13.3 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 14 Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome & Norwood Procedure PDF
      14.1 Morphology & Pathophysiology  
      14.2. Preoperative Management  
      14.3 Surgical Management of HLHS  
      14.4 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 15 Pulmonary Atresia with Intact Ventricular Septum PDF
      15.1 Morphology & Pathophysiology  
      15.2 Principles of Surgical Management  
      15.3 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 16 Tricuspid Atresia PDF
      16.1 Morphology  
      16.2 Pathophysiology  
      16.3 Clinical Presentation  
      16.4 Medical Management  
      16.5 Surgical Management  
      16.6 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 17 Univentrcular Heart & Fontan Circulation PDF
      17.1 Morphology & Pathophysiology  
      17.2 Operative Procedures  
      17.3 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 18 Later Fontan Patient PDF
      18.1 Symptoms & Signs  
      18.2 Diagnosis & Management  
      18.3 Arrhythmia  
      18.4 Protein-Losing Enteropathy  
      18.5 Ventricular Dysfunction  
      18.6 Thromboembolism  
      18.7 Pregnancy  
Chapter 19 Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection PDF
      19.1 Morphology & Pathophysiology  
      19.2 Operative Procedures  
      19.3 Postoperative Management  
      19.4 Surgical Reinterventions During the Postoperative Period  
Chapter 20 Ebstein’s Malformation PDF
      20.1 Morphology & Pathophysiology  
      20.2 Perioperative Management  
      20.3 Surgical Treatment  
      20.4 Postoperative Management  
Chapter 21 Anomalous left Coronary Artery from the Pulmonary Artery PDF
      21.1 Pathophysiology  
      21.2 Clinical Symptoms  
      21.3 Diagnosis  
      21.4 Surgical Treatment  
      21.5 Perioperative Management  
Chapter 22 Systemic-Pulmonary Artery Shunt PDF
      22.1 Types of Shunts  
      22.2 Pathophysiology  
      22.3 Blocked BT Shunt / Shunt Failure  
      22.4 Anticoagulation of Modified BT Shunt  
      22.5 Pulmonary Overcirculation  
      22.6 Miscellaneous Issues with Systemic - Pulmonary Artery Shunt  
Chapter 23 Pulmonary Artery Banding PDF
      23.1 Objective of PAB & Pathophysiology  
      23.2 Indications  
      23.3 Issues with PAB & Specific Situations  
      23.4 Surgical Technique  
      23.5 Postoperative Management  
      23.6 Follow-up  
Back Matter PDF
Sirivella Srikrishna
MD, FRCSEd, MNAMAS, BRS Hospitals, MADRAS, Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences, Tirupati.
Cardiac surgery and cardiovascular disease specialists include anesthesiologists, intensive care specialists as well as trainees, the pediatricians and medical students. The audience also includes all the nurses and physicians and other specialists involved in the care of the pediatric cardiac surgical patients.
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