ISBN: 9780323031448
Page Count: 592
Imprint: Mosby
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Nurse Anesthesia Secrets,

by Mary C. Karlet, CRNA, PhD
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ISBN: 9780323031448
Page Count: 592
Imprint: Mosby
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Nurse Anesthesia Secrets, part of the Nursing Secrets series, provides certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) and nurse anesthesia students with a comprehensive review of topics relevant to nurse anesthesia practice. Organized in an easily accessible question & answer format, the text includes clinically relevant topics, such as equipment, anesthetic management for patients with specific disorders, pharmacology, anesthetic considerations for specific surgical procedures and many more. This format also provides an easy-to-use and comprehensive reference that helps everyone from the busy practitioner researching a case management issue to the student researching and preparing a plan of care.
    • Lists 50 Top Secrets of nurse anesthesia practice in the front matter for quick reference.
    • Features Key Points boxes to emphasize the most important material in the chapter.
    • Provides Internet Resources in each chapter for further studying and reference.
    • Uses an effective two-color layout to provide answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding nurse anesthesia practice.
    • Designed for nurse anesthesia students and CRNA practitioners.
    • Highlights intraopertive monitoring, anesthesia techniques, anesthesia implications of specific disorders, and anesthetic management for specific surgeries.
    • Section I. Anesthesia Equipment and Monitors describes important concepts for safe monitoring and patient positioning during anesthesia.
    • Section II. Clinical Pharmacology describes common medications used or encountered in the perioperative period. Indications, mechanisms of action, and side effects are highlighted.
    • Section III. Disorders and Disease States describes physiologic principles and anesthesia principles associated with specific systems. The anesthetic management of patients with specific disorders is also covered.
    • Section IV. Surgical Procedures describes common surgical procedures and their anesthetic management.
    • Section V. Special Patient Populations describes important anesthetic management concepts for selected patient groups, including geriatric, obese, and pediatric patients.
    • Section VI. Regional Anesthesia and Pain Management describes commonly used regional anesthesia techniques and key concepts regarding pain management.
    • Section VII. Special Considerations describes miscellaneous concepts that are relevant to nurse anesthesia practice, including professional structure, legal terminology, and latex allergy.
  • I. Anesthesia Equipment and Monitors
    1. The Operating Room
    2. The Anesthesia Machine
    3. Anesthesia Circuits
    4. Airway Management
    5. EKG Monitoring
    6. Standard Patient Monitors
    7. Advanced Hemodynamic Monitors
    8. Patient Positioning

    II. Clinical Pharmacology
    9. Inhalation Anesthetics
    10. Induction Drugs
    11. Narcotics and Benzodiazepines
    12. Neuromuscular Blocking Agents
    13. Cholinesterase Inhibitors and Anticholinergic Drugs
    14. Inotropes and Vasoactive Drugs
    15. Local Anesthetics
    16. Antiemetics and Diuretics
    17. Drugs Affecting Coagulation
    18. Herbal Products

    III. DISORDERS AND DISEASE STATES
    19. Cardiovascular Disease
    20. Respiratory Disease
    21. Neurological Disorders
    22. Musculoskeletal and Neuromuscular Disorders
    23. Fluid and Electrolyte Disturbances
    24. Coagulation and Hematologic Disorders
    25. Fluid Management and Transfusion
    26. Acid-Base Balance
    27. Renal Disease
    28. Gastrointestinal Disorders
    29. Liver Disease
    30. Endocrine Disorders

    IV. Surgical Procedures
    31. Genitourinary Surgery
    32. Ophthalmic Surgery
    33. Orthopedic Surgery
    34. Vascular Surgery
    35. Cardiac Surgery
    36. Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgery
    37. Non-Cardiac Thoracic Surgery
    38. Neuroskeletal Surgery
    39. Neurosurgery
    40. Laparoscopic Surgery

    V. Special Patient Populations
    41. Obstetrical Anesthesia
    42. High Risk Obstetrical Anesthesia
    43. Neonatal Patient
    44. Pediatric Patient
    45. Geriatric Patient
    46. Outpatient Anesthesia
    47. Trauma
    48. Burn Patient
    49. Obesity

    VI. Regional Anesthesia and Pain Management
    50. Spinal Anesthesia
    51. Epidural Anesthesia and Analgesia
    52. Intravenous Regional Anesthesia
    53. Peripheral Nerve Blocks
    54. Pain Management

    VII. Special Considerations
    55. Latex Allergy
    56. Temperature Disturbances
    57. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
    58. Devices for Managing Cardiac Arrhythmias
    59. History and Organizational Structure of the Nurse Anesthesia Profession
    60. Legal Terminology
  • Mary C. Karlet, CRNA, PhD, Director, Nurse Anesthesia Program, Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC
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