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Master Techniques in Upper and Lower Airway Management

Master Techniques in Upper and Lower Airway Management

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  • Description
    Overcome the toughest airway challenges with Master Techniques in Upper and Lower Airway Management! Under the preeminent editorial guidance of William Rosenblatt, MD and Wanda Popescu, MD, a multitude of expert anesthesiologists guide you through all the ins and outs of managing difficult airways. This anesthesiology reference’s case-based approach demonstrates the clinical applications of important principles, and a large collection of online videos shows you how to perform key techniques successfully.

    Two master clinician educators, Drs. William Rosenblatt and Wanda Popescu, calling on their expertise in airway management and thoracic anesthesia, respectively, have developed a unique book which explores the pathway of the airway from lips (nares) to the terminal bronchi to develop a highly focused volume with accompanying e-media to highlight clinical management. Although the organization of the book may seem obvious or intuitive, this is the first time a textbook has been developed in this manner. For the reader, these individuals have assembled the ‘go to faculty’ for both pre-operative consultation, as well as, intra-operative airway related events in their specialties.”

    – from the Foreword by Paul G. Barash MD

    Key Features:
    • Be prepared to tackle a complete range of upper airway problems with comprehensive coverage of everything from evaluation and basic management of the difficult upper airway patient, through pre-existing conditions • otolaryngology and maxillofacial procedures • nasal intubation, tracheostomy, and foreign bodies • pediatric patients • the at-risk cervical spine • extubation, and more, as well as lower airway issues including interventional pulmonology • lung isolation devices and techniques • airway surgery • surgeries requiring lung isolation • congenital abnormalities of the lower airway • lung transplantation • lower airway emergencies • and more.
    • Apply principles in practice by reviewing case histories that show concrete applications in the context of managing real patients. Then challenge your decision making with case-based questions and answers that delve into the details that lead to optimal outcomes.
    • Master vital nuances of technique by watching a large collection of online videos derived from more than 700 actual patients. 
    Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition, offering tablet, smartphone, or online access to:
    • Complete content with enhanced navigation
    • A powerful search that pulls results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web
    • Cross-linked pages, references, and more for easy navigation
    • Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text
    • Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues
    • Quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future use
  • Specs
    Edition
    1
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781451193046
    Product Format
    HC-Printed Cover
    Trim Size
    8.375 x 10.875
    Pages
    346
    Table
    0
    Publication Date
    April 15, 2015
    Weight
    2.40
  • About The Author(s)
    William H. Rosenblatt MD
    Professor, Departments of Anesthesiology and Surgery, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
    Wanda M. Popescu MD
    Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
  • Features
    Key Features:
    • Be prepared to tackle a complete range of upper airway problems with comprehensive coverage of everything from evaluation and basic management of the difficult upper airway patient, through pre-existing conditions • otolaryngology and maxillofacial procedures • nasal intubation, tracheostomy, and foreign bodies • pediatric patients • the at-risk cervical spine • extubation, and more, as well as lower airway issues including interventional pulmonology • lung isolation devices and techniques • airway surgery • surgeries requiring lung isolation • congenital abnormalities of the lower airway • lung transplantation • lower airway emergencies • and more.
    • Apply principles in practice by reviewing case histories that show concrete applications in the context of managing real patients. Then challenge your decision making with case-based questions and answers that delve into the details that lead to optimal outcomes.
    • Master vital nuances of technique by watching a large collection of online videos derived from more than 700 actual patients. 
    Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition, offering tablet, smartphone, or online access to:
    • Complete content with enhanced navigation
    • powerful search that pulls results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web
    • Cross-linked pages, references, and more for easy navigation
    • Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text
    • Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues
    • Quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future use
  • Table of contents
    Part A: Upper Airway
    Section 1: Evaluation and Basic Management of the Difficult Airway
    1. Airway Approach Algorithm
    2. Preoperative Endoscopic Airway Evaluation
    3. Difficult Airway Letter
    4. Difficult Mask Ventilation
    5. Routine Mask Ventilation
    6. Direct Laryngoscopy and the POGO Score
    7. Unexpected Failed Direct Laryngoscopy
    8. Failed Direct Laryngotracheal Intubation Rescue
    9. Stylet-like Adjuncts to Laryngoscopy and Intubation
    10. Reusable vs. Single-Use Devices in Airway Management
    11. Awake Intubation
    12. Ultrasound in Airway Evaluation
    13. Ultrasound in Confirming Endotracheal Intubation
    14. Optimizing Positioning for Direct Laryngoscopy
    15. The Voice Professional
    16. Asleep-Awake-Asleep Technique for Craniotomy

    Section 2: Pre-existing Conditions
    17. Positioning of the Morbidly Obese Patient
    18. Obstructive Sleep Apnea Surgery
    19. Sleep Endoscopy
    20. Severe OSA in the Pregnant Patient
    21. Preoperative CPAP
    22. The Patient with a History of Neck Irradiation
    23. Unilateral Vocal Cord Paralysis
    24. Bilateral Vocal Cord Paralysis
    25. The Patient with a Previous Tracheostomy (Resolved)
    26. Airway Management during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
    27. Preinduction Cannot Ventilate
    28. Should Not (or Can Not) Ventilate
    29. The Patient with Severe Arthritic Syndrome Disease
    30. Oropharyngeal Stenosis

    Section 3: Otolaryngology
    31. Vocal Cord Augmentation
    32. Angioneurotic Edema
    33. Ishiki Thyroplasty
    34. Esophageal Dilation
    35. Recurrent Airway Papillomas
    36. Vocal Cord Polyp Surgery
    37. Upper Airway Surgery with a Supraglottic Airway
    38. Soft Tissue Cancers of the Neck
    39. Substernal Thyroid
    40. Neuromonitoring Tracheal Tubes
    41. Base of Tongue Tumor
    42. Subglottic Stenosis - Non-Critical/Supraglottic Jet Ventilation
    43. Subglottic Jet Ventilation
    44. Elective Transtracheal (Trans-Cricothyroid Membrane) Jet Ventilation
    45. Microlaryngoscopy with Laser Surgery
    46. Airway Fire
    47. Laryngectomy
    48. Aintree Catheter Use for LMA to ETT Conversion
    49. Hemilaryngectomy
    50. Free Tissue Transfer Surgery

    Section 4: Maxillofacial
    51. Dental Restoration
    52. Cleft Palate Surgery
    53. LaForte 1 Facial Advancement
    54. Mandibular and TMJ Surgery

    Section 5: Nasal Intubation
    55. Nasal Intubation
    56. Nasal to Oral Tube Exchange
    57. Intraoperative Oral to Nasal Tracheal Tube Exchange
    58. LMA to Tracheal Tube Exchange
    59. Combitube to Tracheal Tube Exchange

    Section 6: Tracheostomy
    60. Tracheostomy in the Intubated Patient
    61. Change Over  From New Tracheostomy to a Shiley Catheter
    62. Switching from Established Shiley to Tracheal Tube
    63. Intubating an Existing Tracheostomy
    64. OVL in PT with Tracheostomy - Bronchial Blocker
    65. Tracheo-esophageal Puncture (TEP) for Voice Prosthesis
    66. Tracheostomy Revision
    67. Decannulation of the Patient with the Long Standing Tracheostomy
    68. Emergency Care of Tracheostomy Tube Dislodgment
    69. The Patient with a Persistent Stoma

    Section 7: Foreign Bodies Adult
    70. The Adult with a Foreign Body in the Airway (Acute)
    71. The Adult with a Long-Standing Foreign Body in the Airway
    72. Esophageal Foreign Bodies

    Section 8: Pediatrics
    73. Pediatric Post-op Bleeding Tonsil
    74. An Uncooperative Child with a Difficult Airway
    75. Pediatric Airway Foreign Body
    76. Childhood Hemangiomas
    77. Invasive Airway Access in Small Children
    78. Flexible Bronchoscopy in the Small Child

    Section 9: C-Spine
    79. Emergent Airway Management in the At-Risk C-Spine Patient
    80. The Stable Patient with Possible Cervical Spine Injury
    81. Unknown C-Spine Patient - Stable Evaluation
    82. Cervical Osteophytes and Airway Management

    Section 10: Techniques
    83. Lingual Tonsil Hyperplasia and Video Laryngoscopy
    84. Optical Stylets
    85. Use of the Flexible Intubation Scope
    86. Pitfalls in the Use of the Flexible Intubation Scope (FOB)
    87. Hangup During Intubation with the Flexible Intubation Scope
    88. Combined Flexible Intubation Scope and Videolaryngoscopy
    89. Blind Intubation via an Intubating SGA
    90. Optically Aided Intubation via an Intubating Supraglottic Airway
    91. Retrograde Wire Aided Intubation of the Trachea
    92. Robotic Surgery in the Airway
    93. Oxalator™ Automatic Resuscitator
    94. TIVA
    95. Intubation Without Muscle Relaxation
    96. Inhalation Induction
    97. Rapid Sequence Induction - Myth Busters

    Section 11: Extubation
    98. Deep Extubation
    99. The Bailey Maneuver
    100. Extubation of the Difficult Airway Patient
    101. Extubation in the Non-OR, Non-ICU Environment

    Section 12: Out of the OR
    102. Out of the OR Difficult Airway
    103. Endotracheal Tube Exchange in the ICU
    104. Reintubation in the ICU Patient with Unexpected Post-Extubation Stridor
    105. Partial Extubation Masquerading as Cuff Leak
    106. Extubation of the Difficult Airway Patient in the ICU
    107. Disrupted Airway Anatomy
    108. RSI in the ED

    Section 13: Invasive Airway Rescue
    109. Translaryngeal Ventilation and Complications
    110. Melker Emergency Cricothyrotomy

    Part B: Lower Airway
    Section 1: Interventional Pulmonology
    111. Bronchoscopy +/- EBUS
    112. Bronchial Thermoplasty
    113. Endobronchial Tumor
    114. Tracheal Stenosis
    115. Tracheomalacia
    116. Lung Lavage b/l
    117. Medical Thoracoscopy for Pleural Biopsy
    118. Airway Management for Electromagnetic Navigation

    Section 2: Lung Isolation Techniques
    119. L DLT
    120. R DLT for a Left Pneumonectomy
    121. DLT with Glidescope
    122. Double Lumen Tube with Incorporated Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy
    123. Univent Tubes
    124. Fuji Blocker
    125. Arndt Blocker
    126. Cohen Bronchial Blocker
    127. EZ Blocker
    128. PT after OLV Requiring Postop Intubation

    Section 3: Airway Surgery
    129. Tracheoplasty Surgery
    130. Tracheal Resection Surgery
    131. Tracheo-esophageal Fistula Repair
    132. Left Main Stem Bronchus Resection via Right Thoracotomy
    133. Mediastinoscopy
    134. Pregnant Patient with Severe Tracheal Stenosis for C-Section

    Section 4: Surgeries Requiring Lung Isolation
    135. RATS +- CO2 Insufflation
    136. Tymectomy - Robotic
    137. Lung Resection after Previous Lung Surgery
    138. Lung Decortication
    139. Descending Aortic Aneurysm
    140. Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy

    Section 5: Pre-existing Conditions
    141. OLV in PT with Tracheostomy - DLT
    142. Large Anterior Mediastinal Mass Resection
    143. OLV in Difficult Airway and Severe GERD
    144. S/P Esophagectomy for Dilation

    Section 6: Congenital Abnormalities of the Lower Airway
    145. Dextrocardia/Congenital Anomaly OLV
    146. OLV in a Patient with Bronchus Suis

    Section 7: Lung Transplant
    147. Bilateral Sequential Lung Transplant
    148. Rigid Bronchoscopy and Stent Placement after Bilateral Lung Transplant
    149. Airway Management after Lung Transplant

    Section 8: Lower Airway Emergencies
    150. Massive Airway Bleed
    151. Chest Trauma
    152. Tracheal Rupture
     
  • Editorial Reviews
    'The topic list is expansive and exhaustive, and grouped together appropriately as so to not feel disjointed or cumbersome.'
                   
    'The videos are from real life cases and clinical encounters'
     
    'The website (ebook) flows, and content is easy to access and stream.'
     
    European Journal of Anestheisa, November 2015, Eur J Anaesthesiol 2015; 32:1–1, Dr Kristofor Inkpin, Clinical Fellow in Anaesthesia (Airway), Nottingham University Hospitals, Nottingham, UK

     
    'The material is easy to locate, clinically relevant, and up-to-date'
     
    'The video content is particularly valuable. I found myself watching and listening closely to glean tips and alternative techniques for procedures I am already comfortable performing.'
     
    'the digital version can easily be used in the clinical environment.'
     
    'Although the text was written clearly enough for those new to airway management, its comprehensive nature excludes it as being merely an introductory text. Even experienced practitioners will find utility in reviewing certain procedures and learning alternative approaches to airway management.'
     
    Doug Hester, MD, Department of Anesthesiology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee
     
    Anesthesia and Analgesia, March 2016, Volume 122, Number 3


    'a practical guide to various scenarios, devices, and procedures related to upper and lower airway management'
     
    'Online resources include searchable text and short narrated videos.'
     
    'presentation is helpful for clinicians and trainees who need to be prepared in the midst of busy schedules.'
     
    'focus on patient evaluation and issues related to specific surgical procedures'
     
    'succinct yet clinically relevant information'
     
    'an excellent addition to airway management titles'
     
    -Doodys Publishers' Club, April 22, 2016
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