TSRA Decision Algorithms in Cardiothoracic Surgery

TSRA Decision Algorithms in Cardiothoracic Surgery by Clauden Louis MD MS, Panos Vardas MD, Peter Chen MD, Jennifer Dixon MD, Parth B. Amin MD 1077749422 9781077749429
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This text is presented to all cardiothoracic surgery residents, present and future. This unique application, developed by residents and national faculty, is a 100-chapter compendium with an individual algorithm on various topics to provide a foundation and framework of important cardiothoracic surgery topics with clinical decisions. As the field of cardiothoracic surgery continues to evolve, attention to key clinical decisions is necessary prior to incorporating indicated interventions. Very few textbooks focus on the decision algorithms in the diagnosis and management of clinical cardiothoracic pathologies.The Thoracic Surgery Residents Association (TSRA) have a clear and sustained commitment to education. The previous textbooks created under the auspices of this organization are among the most affordable and practical manuscripts in our field. It is our hope to provide this addition to the growing TSRA library under the same tradition.Although this field is ever changing, many of the basic principles remain the same: There are basic frameworks that are shared and can be used by those taking care of cardiothoracic patients. Very few textbooks focus on the decision algorithms in the diagnosis and management of clinical cardiothoracic pathologies.Adult Cardiac Surgery1. Cardiopulmonary BypassA. Troubleshooting CBP problemsB. Difficulty weaning off bypass2. Coronary DiseaseA. CABG evaluationB. Management of STEMIC. Cardiogenic shock 5 days post STEMID. Ascending atheroma in CABGE. Management Carotid/CABGF. Intraoperative decision-making for OPCAB3. Aortic ValveA. ASB. TAVRC. ARD. Small aortic rootE. Non-cardiac surgery and aortic valve endocarditis4. Mitral/TricuspidA. TRB. MR1. Reconstruction2. IndicationsC. MS5. AortaA. Type A dissectionB. Type B dissectionC. Ascending aortic aneurysmD. Aortic root aneurysmsE. DTAA6. Heart failureA. ECMOB. LVADC. RVADD. Pump thrombosisE. OHT7. MiscellaneousA. HOCMB. Cardiac tumorsC. Approach to sternal wound infectionsD. Penetrating chest traumaE. Blunt chest traumaF. EndocarditisG. Pericardial diseaseGeneral Thoracic Surgery1. TracheaA. Tracheal traumaB. Tracheal tumorsC. Tracheal stenosisD. Broncholithiasis2. LungsA. Pulmonary NodulesB. Pleural EffusionC. Pulmonary carcinoidD. SCLCE. Early NSCLCF. Early invasive NSCLCG. Stage III lung cancerH. Stage IV non-small cellI. Resectability of lung cancerJ. Physiologic readiness for thoracic surgeryK. Superior sulcus tumorsL. Mediastinal staging in lung cancerM. Pulmonary metastasisN. Long-term follow up for lung cancerO. Chest TBP. ILDQ. LVRSR. Evaluation and approach to lung transplantS. Approach to lung abscess/empyemaT. Spontaneous PTXU. BPFV. ChylothoraxW. Mesothelioma3. EsophagusA. Esophageal caustic injuryB. Esophageal perforationC. TEFD. LeiomyomaE. Esophageal cancerF. Approach to cervical, thoracic, and GEJ esophageal cancersG. Esophageal conduitsH. Resectability of esophageal cancerI. Postoperative esophageal leakJ. GERDK. Esophageal motility disordersL. Barretts esophagusM. Paraesophageal herniaN. Esophagectomy4. MediastinumA. PneumomediastinumB. Diaphragmatic injuryC. Thymoma/MG/mediastinal mass5. OtherA. TOSB. Chest wall tumorsCongenital Heart Surgery1. PDA2. ASD3. APW4. Cor triatriatum5. VSD6. Coarctation 7. TOF w/ PS8. TGA9. PA w/ VSD w/ Multiple AP Collaterals10. PA with IVS11. Ebsteins Anomaly12. LVOTO13. Coronary anomalies14. HLHS15. Vascular rings/PA slings16. Pediatric Heart Failure/Transplant17. IAA w/ VSD18. Single Ventricle Pathway/Fontan19. Truncus Arteriosus20. Complete Atrioventricular Canal21. DORV22. Congenital PV Anomalies23. Congenital MS

Author: Clauden Louis MD MS, Panos Vardas MD, Pe

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 203

Publisher: Independently published

Publication Date: 2019-07-27


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