Sunday, May 20, 2012

New 7th Edition of Operative Pediatric Surgery Released

New seventh edition of the operative pediatric surgery has been announced to be published in November 2012. This must have atlas is the standard reference atlas for pediatric surgery trainees as well as pediatric surgeons around the world. This book is previously also known as Rob and Smith Operative Pediatric Surgery atlas upto its 5th edition.

Details:

  • Hardcover: 1134 pages
  • Publisher: CRC Press; 7 edition (May 1, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1444117157
  • ISBN-13: 978-1444117158
Summary:

The seventh edition of this acclaimed operative atlas continues to provide a unique level of comprehensive detail on the full range of conditions presented in childhood, including the fetus and neonate, that can be treated by surgical means. With an international list of authors, the chapters have been updated and complemented by the high quality artwork that has established this operative guide as the standard reference for the paediatric surgeon.

This new edition retains the format of initial principles and justification for the procedure, followed by preoperative investigations and preparation, the operative procedure, and postoperative management. New chapters have been added on the latest techniques such as minimal invasive surgery, robotic surgery and single orifice laparoscopic surgery.

The chapters are arranged in eight sections, with each section emphasising the overall management of patients, tricks of the trade of individual authors and discussion of technical and clinical judgement.

With this new and updated edition, Operative Pediatric Surgery remains the pre-eminent operative guide to a full range of paediatric conditions.

Features:

  • Over 1000 detailed line drawings to illustrate the surgical procedures
  • A truly global perspective with a "who's who" of international contributors and editors
  • All chapters updated to reflect current practice, including minimally invasive surgery and laparascopic techniques
  • Also covers the specialist areas of fetal, neonatal and adolescent surgery

 
Table of Contents:
 Part 1: General
  1. Preoperative and postoperative management of the neonate and child
  2. Operating room requirements and special considerations for minimal invasive surgery
  3. Pediatric anesthesia
  4. Vascular access
Part 2: Head and Neck
  1. Ranula
  2. Thyroglossal cyst and fistula
  3. Branchial cysts, sinuses and fistulas
  4. External angular dermoid cyst
  5. Sternocleidomastoid torticollis
  6. Tracheostomy
  7. Preauricular sinus
Part 3: Endoscopy
  1. Bronchoscopy
  2. Esophageal dilatation
  3. Gastro-duodenoscopy (incl. ERCP)
  4. Colonoscopy
Part 4: Thoracic
  1. Thoracic surgery: general principles
  2. Esophageal atresia with and without tracheoesophageal fistula
  3. Cervical esophagostomy
  4. H-type TEF
  5. Recurrent TEF
  6. Aortopexy
  7. Esophageal replacement with colon
  8. Gastric replacement of esophagus
  9. Jejunal interposition
  10. Foker technique
  11. Diaphragmatic hernia
  12. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)
  13. Eventration of diaphragm
  14. Lung surgery
  15. Empyema
  16. Chylothorax
  17. Mediastinal masses
  18. Chest wall deformities
  19. Patent ductus arteriosus
  20. Thoracoscopic sympathectomy
  21. Thymectomy
Part 5: Abdominal
  1. Hernias
  2. Omphalocele/exomphalos
  3. Gastroschisis
  4. Ergonomics, heuristics and cognition in laparoscopic surgery
  5. Abdominal surgery: general principles of access
  6. Nissen fundoplication
  7. Achalasia - open
  8. Achalasia - laparoscopic
  9. Gastrostomy
  10. Pyloromyotomy
  11. Bariatric surgery - principles
  12. Duodenoduodenostomy
  13. Malrotation
  14. Atresia and stenosis of the intestine
  15. Meconium ileus
  16. Vitellointestinal (omphalomesenteric) duct anomalies
  17. Duplications of the alimentary tract
  18. Intussusception
  19. Appendectomy
  20. Necrotizing enterocolitis
  21. Anorectal malformations
  22. Cloaca
  23. Laparoscopic pull-through of anorectal anomalies
  24. Rectal suction biopsy
  25. Malone procedure (antegrade continence enemas/ACE) - open and laparoscopic
  26. Hirschsprung's disease
  27. Inflammatory bowel disease
  28. Rectal polyps
  29. Anal fissure and fistula
  30. Rectal prolapse
  31. Colostomy - formation and closure
  32. Bowel lengthening procedures
  33. Portal hypertension
  34. Cholecystectomy
  35. Biliary atresia
  36. Choledochal cyst
  37. Splenectomy
Part 6: Tumors
  1. Liver resection
  2. Wilms' tumor
  3. Neuroblastoma
  4. Rhabdomyosarcoma
  5. Sacrococcygeal teratoma
Part 7: Endocrine
  1. Thyroidectomy
  2. Pancreatic resection
  3. Adrenalectomy
Part 8: Urology
  1. Cystourethroscopy
  2. Pelviureteric junction obstruction - open
  3. Pelviureteric junction obstruction - laparoscopic
  4. Nephrectomy - open
  5. Nephrectomy - laparoscopic
  6. Vesicoureteric reflux - open and laparoscopic
  7. Vesicoureteric reflux - endoscopic
  8. Ureteric duplication
  9. Urinary diversion
  10. Renal calculi
  11. Posterior urethral valve
  12. Dialysis
  13. Hypospadias
  14. Orchidopexy
  15. Testicular torsion
  16. Circumcision, meatotomy and meatomplasty
  17. Varicocele
  18. Bladder exstrophy and epispadias
  19. Surgical treatment of disorders of sexual development
  20. Ovarian cyst and tumors
Part 9: Neural tube defects
  1. Myelomeningocele
  2. Ventricular shunting
Part 10: Trauma
  1. Soft tissue trauma
  2. Thermal injuries
  3. Thoracic injuries
  4. Abdominal trauma
Part 11: Special section
  1. Vascular anomalies
  2. Fetal surgery
  3. Kidney transplantation
  4. Liver transplantation
  5. Small bowel transplantation
  6. Interventional radiology
  7. Exposure for spinal surgery
  8. Conjoined twins


About the Author(s):

  • Lewis Spitz MBChB, PhD, MD(Hon), FRCS, FRCSI(Hon), FAAP(Hon), FRCPCH, FCS(Hon) Emeritus Nuffield Professor of Paediatric Surgery, Institute of Child Health, University College, London and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust, London, UK

  • Arnold Coran MD Emeritus Professor of Pediatric Surgery, The University of Michigan Medical School and the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Professor of Pediatric Surgery, New York University School of Medicine, New York, New York, USA
Associate editors
  • Daniel H. Teitelbaum M.D. Professor of Surgery, Section of Pediatric Surgery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
  • Agostino Pierro MD FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Ed) FAAP Nuffield Professor of Paediatric Surgery, Institute of Child Health, University College, London and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust, London, UK
  • Hock Lim Tan Consultant for Minimal Invasive Surgery  MBBS MD FRACS FRCS (Eng) Distinguished Professor & Head of Paediatric Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia



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Order Link: Operative Pediatric Surgery, Seventh Edition






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