Complications in Pediatric Surgery

Michael G. Caty
Taylor & Francis, 24.11.2008 - 472 Seiten
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Addressing the need of pediatricians and pediatric surgeons for a one-stop, comprehensive text on pediatric surgery, Complications in Pediatric Surgery covers each case a physician may encounter upon treating the pediatric surgical patient, from fetus to adolescent.

Complications in Pediatric Surgery provides separate and concise chapters, each of which concentrates on a specific area of the body. The chapters highlight common surgical errors and complications, as well as the approaches and techniques to be used in the face of such complications.

Including key expert opinions in each section, this text explores following therapeutic areas:

  • head and neck surgery
  • thoracic and chest wall surgery
  • extracorporeal life support
  • fetal surgery
  • abdominal wall and hernia surgery
  • intestinal and vascular access
  • esophageal surgery
  • stomach, duodenum, and small intestine
  • colon and anorectal surgery
  • appendicitis
  • hepatobiliary surgery
  • surgery of the spleen
  • oncologic surgery
  • laparoscopic and thorascopic surgery
  • pediatric trauma
  • transplantation
  • urologic surgery

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MICHAEL G. CATY is the John E. Fisher Chair in Surgery and Surgeon-in-Chief of the Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, and he holds the academic position of Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics at the State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, USA. Dr. Caty attended Boston College, Boston, and received his M.D. from the University of Massachusetts, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. He trained in general surgery at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, and in pediatric surgery at Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

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