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eBook Postoperative Management of the Cardiac Transplant Patient ePub

by Javier Jimenez,Randall Starling,Si Mai Pham

  • ISBN: 0415442362
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Javier Jimenez,Randall Starling,Si Mai Pham
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CRC Press (July 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1988 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1615 kb
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Start by marking Postoperative Management Of The Cardiac Transplant Patient as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Topics covered in this book include post-operative and ambulatory care of cardiac transplant patients, rejection and treatment with immunosuppressive therapy, descriptions of frequent co-morbidities found in post cardiac transplant patients and much more.

Javier Jimenez, Randall Starling, Si Mai Pham. This essential text provides a quick and practical reference to cardiologists, residents and general practitioners involved with heart transplant recipients. The book's chapters are designed to address relevant issues that heart transplant specialists face on a daily basis. The first three chapters introduce the reader to basic aspects of post-operative and ambulatory care of cardiac transplant patients starting at the time they are discharged from the hospital.

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Автор: Jimenez Название: Post-Operative Management of the Cardiac Transplant Patient . This book features over 1,000 illustrations and discussions that guide you step by step, equipping you to perform all of the advanced procedures and get the best outcomes.

This book features over 1,000 illustrations and discussions that guide you step by step, equipping you to perform all of the advanced procedures and get the best outcomes.

Cardiac transplantation remains the definitive therapy for end-stage heart failure. Cardiac transplantation remains the definitive therapy for end-stage heart failure. Meticulous postoperative management is essential for optimizing successful outcomes in this relatively complex patient cohort. While the critical care considerations of heart transplant recipients are largely similar to that of other cardiac surgery patients, there exist important transplant-specific factors which require attention.

Postoperative care and monitoring for cardiac transplant is complex and requires specialized nurses and providers at transplant centers for successful outcomes

Postoperative care and monitoring for cardiac transplant is complex and requires specialized nurses and providers at transplant centers for successful outcomes. This article outlines cardiac transplant from preoperative care through transplant, as well as posttransplant monitoring and care including discharge. Special attention is focused on management in the intensive care unit setting and potential complications that can occur in the immediate postoperative period. Interventions for potential complications are also highlighted. Download full-text PDF.

The clinical management of the postoperative cardiac patient is covered in 12 chapters encompassing ventilation, hemodynamic management, nutritional support, renal function, coagulation dysfunction, infectious diseases, neurologic assessment, cardiac dysrhythmias, transesophageal.

The clinical management of the postoperative cardiac patient is covered in 12 chapters encompassing ventilation, hemodynamic management, nutritional support, renal function, coagulation dysfunction, infectious diseases, neurologic assessment, cardiac dysrhythmias, transesophageal echocardiography, pain management, cardiovascular pharmacology, and, finally, mechanical circulatory support. Three lengthy chapters contained self-explanatory illustrations.

Planning for postoperative management of a cardiac surgery patient begins preoperatively. This has become increasingly important in an era of fast tracking and cost-saving initiatives. Developing strategies to maximize postoperative resources poses an ever-increasing challenge. The purpose of this chapter is to describe many of the postoperative issues that must be considered when caring for the cardiac surgical patient.

The book describes preoperative assessment and goes on to cover management of specific patient problems related to the postcardiac surgery period. ISBN13:9780443089329. Release Date:October 1995.

This essential text provides a quick and practical reference to cardiologists, residents and general practitioners involved with heart transplant recipients. The book’s chapters are designed to address relevant issues that heart transplant specialists face on a daily basis.

The first three chapters introduce the reader to basic aspects of post-operative and ambulatory care of cardiac transplant patients starting at the time they are discharged from the hospital. Chapters 4 through 6 cover the topics of rejection and treatment with immunosuppressive therapy. This information would be relevant to non-transplant practitioner since they are often not familiar with these drugs and its interactions. Chapters 7 through 10 describe frequent co-morbidities found in post cardiac transplant patients. An emphasis is made on metabolic abnormalities, renal insufficiency, hypertension, infections and cancer. Chapters 11 through 15 address psychosocial and ethical issues considered relevant by most patients. Answers to these issues are not easily found and will complement the care of these patients.

Every chapter illustrates 2 common clinical scenarios that relate to each subject. This case-presentation, which may include illustrations, will help the reader apply the knowledge provided in each chapter and will describe the solving strategies for each clinical situation. In summary, Postoperative Management of the Cardiac Transplant Patient fills a void in information for the care of post cardiac transplant patients. From cardiology residents to practicing cardiologists who care for a few patients that have been transplanted, this book will serve as a practical reference guide.