REOPERATIVE ABDOMINAL SURGERY - Mizrahai
- ISBN 9781907816550
- Edition 1/e
- Publish Year 2014
- Pages 230
- Size 8.5" X 11"
- Cover Type Paper Back
- With CD/DVD No
Reoperation is one of surgery’s greatest challenges. This book provides a practical reference on how to prevent, identify and treat all abdominal complications. Organised primarily by body system Reoperative Abdominal Surgery covers the spectrum of conditions and complications faced by the general surgeon. Separate chapters also cover safety issues, and specific issues related to diagnosis, surgical technique and patient presentation.
Reoperative Abdominal Surgery provides a comprehensive, practical and timely review of the management of postoperative complications and reoperative approaches for abdominal disorders. Reoperation is one of surgery’s greatest challenges. This book provides authoritative guidance on intraoperative decision-making and the technical and postoperative considerations required to ensure favourable outcomes in this most complex of surgical situations. Key decisions related to reoperative intervention, such as the best time to intervene and the most appropriate surgical approach, are discussed in detail. The book is organised primarily by body system, opening with general chapters on safety issues, ethics, and medicolegal and anesthetic considerations. The spectrum of abdominal conditions and complications faced by the surgeon is then covered, with final chapters on the surgical management of complications resulting from cancer treatment and reoperative surgery in elderly patients.
• Provides a definitive ‘go to’ reference for trainee and practising surgeons.
• Covers the entire spectrum of reoperative abdominal surgery.
• Gives expert guidance on the prevention, identification and management of postoperative complications