Bronchoscopy is a frequently performed procedure, yet there is very little structured education, even for basic diagnostic interventions for the trainee. This book describes, in detail, how to perform various common bronchoscopic procedures and how to handle the equipment. All chapters are written by recognized experts in the field, who teach these skills regularly.Table of Contents 1. A short history of bronchoscopy Heinrich D. Becker2. MDCT imaging of the central airways Karen S. Lee and Phillip M. Boiselle3. The larynx Daniel C. Chelius, Jr. and William W. Lunn4. Airway anatomy of the bronchoscopist Rani Kumaran, Arthur Sung and Armin Ernst5. Anesthesia for bronchoscopy John Pawlowski and Stephen Pratt6. Anatomy and care of the bronchoscope Robert Garland7. Starting and managing a bronchoscopy unit Rabih Bechara8. Flexibility bronchoscopy: indications, contraindications, and consent Aaron B. Waxman9. Bronchial washing, bronchioalveolar lavage, bronchial brush, and endobronchial biopsy Carla Lamb10. Transbronchial lung biopsy Scott Shofer and Momen M. Wahidi11. Transbronchial needle aspiration William Fischer and David Feller-Kopman12. Bronchoscopy in the ICU Jed A. Gorden13. Bronchoscopy in the lung transplant patient Anne L. Fuhlbrigge14. Advanced diagnostic bronchoscopy Ross Morgan and Armin Ernst15. Basic therapeutic techniques Luis F. Angel and Deborah J. Levine.
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Titolo: Introduction to Bronchoscopy
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 17x23 cm
Peso: 0.7 kg