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Management of the Difficult Pediatric Airway

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Rebecca S. Isserman, Ronald S. Litman, Nicholas Burjek, Thomas Engelhardt, Andreas Machotta, Maria Matuszczak, Cheryl K. Gooden, Andrea S. Huang, Lisa E. Sohn, Suman Rao, Narasimhan Jagannathan, Paul A. Baker, Agnes I. Hunyady, James Peyton, Sarah Lee, Raymond Park, Paul Stricker, Pete Kovatsis, Rajeev Subramanyam, Mohamed Mahmoud, Jessica M. Van Beek-King, Jeffrey C. Rastatter, Patrick N. Olomu, Grace Hsu, Justin L. Lockman, Annery Garcia-Marcinkiewicz, Vivian Man-ying Yuen, Stefano Sabato, Birgitta Wong, Michael S. Kristensen, Wendy H. Teoh, Alyson Walker, Britta S. von Ungern Sternberg, Luis Sequera-Ramos, Alec Zhu, Benjamin Kiesel, Somaletha T. Bhattacharya, Aaron Donoghue, Janet Lioy, Debnath Chatterjee, Timothy M. Crombleholme, T. Wesley Templeton, Michelle Tsao, Anthony Tantoco
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  • Publication planned for: November 2019
  • availability: Not yet published - available from November 2019
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108492584

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  • Complications during airway management occur frequently when treating children. Although tracheal intubation is a routine procedure, there are no pediatric texts dedicated to this essential practice. The lack of specific resources and knowledge makes treating children with complex airways even more challenging. This landmark book is dedicated to the successful management of the complex pediatric airway. It explores and evaluates current research and covers novel topics such as airway ultrasonography and apneic oxygenation. It delineates the risks associated with intubating children, and their preventative measures. Aimed at clinicians involved in airway management in any form, this book covers the basics of airway management and how to perform a variety of essential techniques. Both occasional and exclusive pediatric clinicians will find this a valuable resource to support best practice. The book is supplemented by additional videos online, enhancing the demonstration of devices and techniques discussed in the text.

    • A dedicated guide for pediatric airway management is essential because children with challenging airways can experience severe complications - this resource of collated techniques, tips and tricks is essential to promote safe airway management
    • Supplementary videos provide an enhanced demonstration of techniques and relevant devices to reinforce key concepts
    • Information is multidisciplinary and is relevant to any clinician who manages the airway anywhere (operating room, emergency department, hospital floor, intensive care unit, or in the field)
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    • Publication planned for: November 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108492584
    • dimensions: 246 x 189 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from November 2019
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Basic Principles, Assessment and Planning of Airway Management:
    1. Developmental anatomy of the airway Rebecca S. Isserman and Ronald S. Litman
    2. The difficult pediatric airway: predictors, incidence, and complications Nicholas Burjek
    3. Universal algorithms and approaches to airway management Thomas Engelhardt and Andreas Machotta
    Part II. Devices and Techniques to Manage the Abnormal Airway:
    4. Direct laryngoscopy equipment and techniques Maria Matuszczak and Cheryl K. Gooden
    5. Supraglottic airways equipment and techniques Andrea S. Huang, Lisa E. Sohn, Suman Rao and Narasimhan Jagannathan
    6. Oxygenation techniques for children with difficult airways Paul A. Baker
    7. Video laryngoscopy equipment and techniques Agnes I. Hunyady, James Peyton, Sarah Lee and Raymond Park
    8. Flexible bronchoscopy techniques: nasal and oral approaches with evidence base Paul Stricker and Pete Kovatsis
    9. Optical stylet and light guided equipment and techniques Rajeev Subramanyam and Mohamed Mahmoud
    10. Rigid bronchoscopy equipment and techniques Jessica M. Van Beek-King and Jeffrey C. Rastatter
    11. Hybrid approaches to the difficult pediatric airway Patrick N. Olomu, Grace Hsu and Justin L. Lockman
    12. Muscle relaxants Annery Garcia-Marcinkiewicz
    13. Management of can't intubate and can't oxygenate scenario in children and infants Vivian Man-ying Yuen, Stefano Sabato and Birgitta Wong
    14. Ultrasonography for airway management Michael S. Kristensen, Wendy H. Teoh and Thomas Engelhardt
    15. Difficult airway cart for management of the difficult pediatric airway Alyson Walker and Britta S. von Ungern Sternberg
    Part III. Special Topics:
    16. Extubation in children with difficult airway Luis Sequera-Ramos, Alec Zhu, Benjamin Kiesel and Narasimhan Jagannathan
    17. Airway management in the child with an airway injury Somaletha T. Bhattacharya
    18. Airway management outside of the operating room: the emergency department Aaron Donoghue
    19. Airway management of the neonate and infant: the difficult and critical airway in the ICU setting Janet Lioy
    20. Airway management in EXIT procedures Debnath Chatterjee and Timothy M Crombleholme
    21. One lung ventilation in pediatric patients T. Wesley Templeton
    Appendix 1: airway management videos Michelle Tsao, Anthony Tantoco and Narasimhan Jagannathan
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  • Editors

    Narasimhan Jagannathan, Northwestern University Medical School, Illinois
    Narasimhan Jagannathan is a Professor of Anesthesiology at Northwestern University Medical School, Illinois. He practices clinically at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. Together with John E. Fiadjoe, he has dedicated his career to studying and caring for children with difficult airways. With more than 200 combined publications, they have helped to define the pediatric literature regarding airway management and have lectured internationally and led, hosted, and actively participated in numerous airway workshops. Their career goal of making airway management safer for children has culminated in the publication of this key resource.

    John E. Fiadjoe, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
    John E. Fiadjoe is an Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at the University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He practices clinically at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Together with Narasimhan Jagannathan, he has dedicated his career to studying and caring for children with difficult airways. With more than 200 combined publications, they have helped to define the pediatric literature regarding airway management and have lectured internationally and led, hosted, and actively participated in numerous airway workshops. Their career goal of making airway management safer for children has culminated in the publication of this key resource.

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    Rebecca S. Isserman, Ronald S. Litman, Nicholas Burjek, Thomas Engelhardt, Andreas Machotta, Maria Matuszczak, Cheryl K. Gooden, Andrea S. Huang, Lisa E. Sohn, Suman Rao, Narasimhan Jagannathan, Paul A. Baker, Agnes I. Hunyady, James Peyton, Sarah Lee, Raymond Park, Paul Stricker, Pete Kovatsis, Rajeev Subramanyam, Mohamed Mahmoud, Jessica M. Van Beek-King, Jeffrey C. Rastatter, Patrick N. Olomu, Grace Hsu, Justin L. Lockman, Annery Garcia-Marcinkiewicz, Vivian Man-ying Yuen, Stefano Sabato, Birgitta Wong, Michael S. Kristensen, Wendy H. Teoh, Alyson Walker, Britta S. von Ungern Sternberg, Luis Sequera-Ramos, Alec Zhu, Benjamin Kiesel, Somaletha T. Bhattacharya, Aaron Donoghue, Janet Lioy, Debnath Chatterjee, Timothy M. Crombleholme, T. Wesley Templeton, Michelle Tsao, Anthony Tantoco

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