Anesthesia Equipment - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource,2nd Edition
Anesthesia Equipment: Principles and Applications, 2nd Edition, by Dr. Jan Ehrenwerth and Dr. James B. Eisenkraft, offers expert, highly visual, practical guidance on the full range of delivery systems and technology used in practice today. It equips you with the objective, informed answers you need to ensure optimal patient safety.
"This is a comprehensive, up-to-date reference textbook covering all aspects of physics and equipment for the modern American anaesthetist. It may be helpful to those studying for American fellowship examinations but is not suited to preparation for the UK FRCA examinations." Reviewed by: I.Wrench on behalf of the British Journal of Anaesthesia, Feb 2014
- Make informed decisions by expanding your understanding of the physical principles of equipment, the rationale for its use, delivery systems for inhalational anesthesia, systems monitoring, hazards and safety features, maintenance and quality assurance, special situations/equipment for non-routine adult anesthesia, and future directions for the field.
- Ensure patient safety with detailed advice on risk management and medicolegal implications of equipment use.
- Apply the most complete and up-to-date information available on machines, vaporizers, ventilators, breathing systems, vigilance, ergonomics, and simulation.
- Visualize the safe and effective use of equipment thanks to hundreds of full-color line drawings and photographs.
- Access the complete text and images online, fully searchable, at www.expertconsult.com.
Part I: Gases and Ventilation
1 Medical Gases: Storage and Supply
2 The Anesthesia Machine and Workstation
4 Breathing Circuits
5 Waste Anesthetic Gases and Scavenging Systems
6 Anesthesia Ventilators
7 Humidifier and Filtration
Part II: System Monitors
8 Respiratory Gas Monitoring
9 Monitoring Ventilation
Part III: Patient Monitors
11 Pulse Oximetry
12 Blood Pressure Monitoring
13 Electrocardiographic Monitoring
14 Temperature Monitoring
14 Temperature Monitoring
15 Monitoring Neuromuscular Blockade
Part IV: Other Equipment
16 Airway Equipment
17 Pediatric Anesthesia Systems and Equipment
18 Infusion Pumps
19 Noninvasive Temporary Pacemakers and Defibrillators
20 Infection Prevention: Recommendations for Practice
Part V: Computers, Alarms and Ergonomics
21 Computing and the Internet in Clinical Practice
22 Perioperative Informatics
23 Vigilance, Alarms, and Integrated Monitoring Systems
24 Ergonomics of the Anesthesia Workspace
25 Simulation Equipment, Techniques, and Applications
Part VI: Special Conditions
26 Closed Circuit Anesthesia
27 Anesthesia Delivery in the MRI Environment
28 Anesthesia at High Altitude
29 Anesthesia in Difficult Locations and Developing Countries
Part VII: Safety, Standards and Quality
30 Hazards of the Anesthesia Delivery System
31 Electrical and Fire Safety
32 Machine Checkout and Quality Assurance
33 Risk Management and Medicolegal Aspects of Anesthesia Equipment
34 Standards and Regulatory Considerations
Jan Ehrenwerth, MD, James B. Eisenkraft, MD, MRCP(UK), FFARCS and James M Berry, MD, Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee