Manual of Neonatal Surgical Intensive Care provides practical management recommendations for the pre- and postoperative care of infants with surgical conditions. The book focuses on the nonoperative care of the infant with a surgical condition. This interdisciplinary care requires knowledge that has accumulated over the years, much of which is not recorded. As appropriate, chapters cover the embryology, incidence, prenatal diagnosis (treatment), postnatal presentation, postnatal diagnosis, differential diagnosis, preoperative management, implications for anesthesia, surgical management, postoperative management, and complications/outcomes. Key Features: Covers the difficult area of nonsurgical management of surgical conditions. Portable size makes this text ideal as an immediate reference source. Audience: Neonatologists (and fellows), surgeons (and surgical residents and fellows), pediatric residents, pediatricians.Maintenance/Discharge ... Infants with corrected surgical conditions often need complex home care, including the administration of medications, management of ... (CVLs), the use of specialized equipment such as pumps and monitors, skilled nursing, home health aides, and coordination of multiple follow-up appointments.
|Title||:||Manual of Neonatal Surgical Intensive Care|
|Author||:||Anne R. Hansen, Mark Puder|
|Publisher||:||PMPH-USA - 2003|