By Hendrik C. Dienemann, Hans Hoffmann, Frank C. Detterbeck (eds.)
Chest surgical procedure offers readers with a accomplished and authoritative textual content that explains and illustrates all thoracic surgical procedure techniques, apart from these at the middle and esophagus. The easy-to-read textual content is supported by means of transparent, instructive line drawings and intraoperative pictures. the result's a well-illustrated sensible advisor for the pro and beginner practitioner alike. The members, who're all stated specialists, exhibit easy and secure varieties of operation through distilling their adventure into the most productive equipment for either regular and no more universal strategies. For ease in following a surgery, the textual content description of every step is coupled with a suitable drawing. There are frequently quite a few methods of appearing an operation, and this ebook takes care to impart the elemental ideas underlying surgical procedure. it will likely be the "must-have" consultant for all thoracic surgical procedure citizens who desire to acquaint themselves with the most recent advancements during this regularly increasing field.
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Part 2: complications. Chest 90:430 Jackson C (1921) High tracheostomy and other errors—the chief causes of chronic laryngeal stenosis. Surg Gynecol Obstet 32:392–398 Jacobs JR (1978) Posterior tracheal laceration: a rare complication of tracheostomy. Laryngoscope 88:1942 Melloni G et al (2002) Surgical tracheostomy versus percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy: a prospective randomized study with long-term follow-up. J Cardiovasc Surg (Torino) 43:113 Miller FR et al (1995) Technique, management and complications of long-term flap tracheostomy.
Chest 118:1412–1418 Grillo HC et al (1971) Low-pressure cuff for tracheostomy tubes minimize tracheal injury. A comparative clinical trial. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 62:898 Heffner JE et al (1986a) Tracheostomy in the intensive care unit. Part 1: indications, technique, management. Chest 90:269 Heffner JE et al (1986b) Tracheostomy in the intensive care unit. Part 2: complications. Chest 90:430 Jackson C (1921) High tracheostomy and other errors—the chief causes of chronic laryngeal stenosis. Surg Gynecol Obstet 32:392–398 Jacobs JR (1978) Posterior tracheal laceration: a rare complication of tracheostomy.
The length of resection averaged 4 cm (range, 1–6 cm). The results were excellent in 88 % and good in 12 % of the patients. There was no mortality in this group. Only 12 % (six patients) developed a complication: three wound infections, one pneumothorax, one vocal cord edema, and one anastomotic granuloma (resolved with laser resection). Adequate preoperative evaluation and selection of the best treatment option for each patient are at least as important as a perfectly performed tracheal anastomosis.
Chest Surgery by Hendrik C. Dienemann, Hans Hoffmann, Frank C. Detterbeck (eds.)