2 edition of Anaesthesia and the geriatric patient found in the catalog.
Anaesthesia and the geriatric patient
|Statement||C. Dodds, guest editor.|
|Series||Baillière"s clinical anaesthesiology : international practice and research -- 7/1, Baillière"s clinical anaesthesiology -- 7/1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 198p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
Local anaesthesia should be considered wherever possible, and is an attractive option in the elderly patient. NCEPOD has highlighted the use of local anaesthesia for short diagnostic urological procedures in an attempt to reduce the number of general anaesthetics administered to the elderly. This chapter discusses the anaesthetic management of elderly patients. It begins with an overview of physiological and pharmacological changes of advanced age. It then describes particular anaesthetic management of the elderly patient with a view to optimizing outcome and avoiding post-operative cognitive dysfunction.
“Elderly patients are at an increased risk for complications following anesthesia and surgery,” said Jeffrey H. Silverstein, MD, MS, and vice chair for research at the Department of. Anaesthesia for the patient with dementia undergoing outpatient surgery Kamilia S. Funder, Jacob Steinmetz and Lars S. Rasmussen Introduction Because of the population ageing, an increasing number of elderly patients are attending healthcare services, .
Regional anesthesia is frequently used in elderly patients, especially during orthopedic surgery, genitourologic and gynecologic procedures, and hernia repair. Although age can no longer be considered as a contraindication to anesthesia and surgery, anesthesia-related morbidity and mortality remain higher among elderly than among young adult. Increasing numbers of elderly patients are undergoing an increasing variety of surgical procedures. Compared with younger surgical patients, the elderly are at relatively higher risk of mortality and morbidity after elective and (especially) emergency surgery. Multidisciplinary care improves outcomes for elderly surgical patients. The Association strongly supports an expanded role for senior.
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Although the latter might find more (cultural) satisfaction in reading a more detailed and comprehensive book such as the Oxford Textbook of Anaesthesia for the Elderly Patient (from the same group of authors), 4 the topic is particularly suited to a pocket-sized, synthetic, and easy-to-read book like this.
In fact, since anesthesia in the elderly is not a subspecialty and every anesthesiologist (the only. Anesthesia and the geriatric patient (Book, )  Get this from a library.
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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Susan Wilson Krechel. Find more information about: ISBN:. The second edition of Anaesthesia for the Elderly Patient offers the anaesthetist guidance on the evaluation and management of elderly patients that present at hospital for surgery and anaesthesia.
Containing 15 chapters on key topics such as emergency anaesthesia, orthopaedic surgery, and neurosurgery, as well as a new chapter on 'Anaesthesia for Non-Theatre Environments', this book Cited by: 5.
As the global population lives to an increasing older age, there is a need to research, develop and deliver appropriate anaesthesia and pain management care to these increasingly frail and vulnerable patients.
This book provides a comprehensive and detailed overview of all aspects of anaesthesia for the elderly patient looking at the effect of ageing on the systems of the body and the role that age has on drug.
As the global population lives to an increasing older age, there is a need to research, develop and deliver appropriate anaesthesia and pain management care to these increasingly frail and.
Abstract This book provides a timely and authoritative synopsis of the current state of anaesthesia and the elderly patient at a time when the challenge of caring for the growing numbers of elderly patients is probably the greatest faced by healthcare across the globe.
The Manual of Geriatric Anesthesia is a practical guide for physicians, residents, and students interested in the care of the elderly patient undergoing surgery. Although primarily written for anesthesiologists, other perioperative physicians and nurses will also find the information highly valuable.
viduals will undergo anesthesia and surgery, likely of increasing complexity, prior to their eventual demise. The geriatric patient population represents a huge and growing challenge for anesthesia providers the world over.
My interest in the anesthetic management of geriatric patients was kindled 15 years ago while on the faculty at Bowman Gray. Meeting with the anesthesiologist in person to go over important medical concerns is also an option to consider. Undergoing general anesthesia carries risks for people of every age but making sure the surgical team is up-to-date on an elderly patient’s health status will reduce the risk of adverse mental (and physicial) side effects.
Introduction: Recently, there are many studies about the effect of anesthesia on the postoperative patients' outcome. But there are few studies which paid special attention to geriatric patients. (Objectives) We studied about the association between the the technique of anesthesia and postoperative outcomes of very advanced age patients, retrospectively.
In geriatric patients a satisfactory anaesthetic course requires an anaesthetic plan compatible with the patient physical status, adequate monitoring and careful perioperative attention.
Basically, there is no “best” anaesthetic agent or technique for the elderly. Oxford Textbook of Anaesthesia for the Elderly Patient By Paula Derr (Author) In Medicine, Nursing As the global population lives to an increasing older age, there is.
Recognize situations that put an elderly patient at increased anesthesia risk. Name several factors that put elders at increased risk in the postoperative period. 3, Describe causes, prevention, and treatment of surgical risks in the elderly patient, 4.
Provide information and education to prepare patients for surgical anesthesia. Geriatric anesthesia the preoperative evaluation of the geriatric patient is typically more complex than that of the younger patient because of the heterogeneity of this patient group and the greater number and complexity of comorbid conditions that usually accumulate with age.
Geriatric Anesthesia book by Frederick Sieber. About Veterinary Anaesthesia. Book Veterinary Anaesthesia Published in and the writer of the Veterinary Science medical book K. Clarke, C. Trim, L. Hall. In this eleventh edition of Veterinary Anaesthesia we have attempted to continue Dr Leslie Hall’s tradition of providing ‘how to’ advice on anaesthetizing animals.
Introduction. In recent years a growing interest has revolved around the impact of surgery and anaesthesia on the elderly. As life expectancy increases with more elderly patients undergoing surgery, it is imperative that knowledge on this important topic is disseminated for health care systems and providers to understand why elderly are different and how management needs to be modified to.
Introduction. Perioperative complications specific to elderly patients are becoming increasingly relevant with an aging population (Etzioni et al ).Postoperative delirium is a quintessential geriatric complication (Inouye et al ).The incidence ranges from 9% to 87% depending on both the patient population and the degree of operative stress (Demeure and Fain ).
Oxford Textbook of Anaesthesia for the Elderly Patient 1st Edition Read & Download - By Christopher Dodds, Chandra Kumar, Bernadette Veering Oxford Textbook of Anaesthesia for the Elderly Patient As the global population lives to an increasing older age, there is a need to research, develop a - Read Online Books at Anaesthesia for the Elderly Patient 2nd Edition Read & Download - By Chris Dodds, Chandra M Kumar, Frederique Servin Anaesthesia for the Elderly Patient Global ageing, in both developed and undeveloped countries, has made the need for high-quality kn - Read Online Books.
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The second edition of Anaesthesia for the Elderly Patient offers the anaesthetist guidance on the evaluation and management of elderly patients that present at hospital for surgery and anaesthesia.
Containing 15 chapters on key topics such as emergency anaesthesia.