Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery (häftad)
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Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2004
Humana Press Inc.
Oz, Mehmet C. (ed.), Goldstein, Daniel J. (ed.)
XIV, 479 p.
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Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery (häftad)

Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery

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In 1962, Thomas Kuhne coined the term "paradigm shift" while arguing that human knowledge advances by quantum leaps with interspersed smaller steps. Preparation for the major advance is generally not a concerted effort by thought leaders. Rather, a few (or one) visionaries gain insights into a process and are able to definitely demonstrate the accuracy of their worldview. Often, the epiphany does not occur during the intellectual lifetime of the discoverers. Medicine has had numerous such "paradigm shifts" including the compelling reworking of Galen's concepts of the body. Of note, the scientific world of the time explained the new views by arguing that the human body must have changed between the time of ancient Greece and modern Europe. The inauguration of cardiac surgery itself required profound shifts in medicine's view of physiology. Yet, over the ensuing 40 years, the field was fine tuned so we could provide greater than 95% success rates in elective surgery with low cost and short h- pital stays. In some parts of the world, the procedures were viewed as commodities and prices dropped as providers were unable to differentiate the quality of their work. As patients and their physicians became more demanding, the desire to make the procedures "minimally invasive" grew. In effect, what we were really searching for was a life saving procedure that also preserved quality of life. In short, "minimally invasive" has really been a code phrase for procedures that disrupt our quality of life the least.
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"This second edition begins with an overview of the pathophysiology of cardiopulmonary bypass and the endothelial injury that occurs during minimally invasive coronary artery bypass surgery. The remainder covers all aspects of minimally invasive bypass grafting, valvular, congenital, pericardial, arrhythmia, and robotic surgery. Every conceivable aspect of minimally invasive surgery, including quality of life and its economic impact, is included. The book pays particular attention to the available different technologies by devoting individual chapters to different companies and their advancements. This previous edition was published in 1999. . .All areas of clinically relevant minimally invasive techniques in cardiac surgery are thoroughly covered. New technologies that may still be considered experimental by some are sensibly and honestly reviewed here. The photographs of emerging technologies are extremely helpful to the reader, but many would be clearer and significantly improved by presenting them in color. . .This is a very important addition to the literature because it presents an update of a rapidly changing field. New technologies are covered extensively. This book stimulates the always-learning surgeon to become interested and involved in the cutting edge of cardiac surgery.ery."-Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Journal Reviews of the First Edition: "The strength of this book is the excellent quality of the contributors. It is also unique in that it not only covers present minimally invasive techniques, but provides the physiologic justification for their development, with excellent chapters on the pathophysiology of cardiopulmonary bypass and endothelial injury. There is also an excellent chapter comparing minimally invasive coronary artery bypass grafting with percutaneous interventions. . . There are also chapters looking into the future, particularly into alternative approaches to vascular anastomoses and device-supported myocardial revascularization. . .This is a superb contribution to the literature and is perhaps the most concise and comprehensive review of the field of MICS to date. It is must reading for surgeons interested in this field. "-4 Stars, Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Journal "Mehmet Oz and Daniel Goldstein have succeeded in providing a timely review of an important new arena in cardiac surgery. . .The book is divided into 3 major sections. The 1st contains an excellent review of the pathophysiologic reactions to cardiac bypass, ischemia and reperfusion, and endothelial cell injury. . .In the 2nd section, the authors present a broad overview of subjects pertaining to less invasive approaches to coronary bypass grafting. . .The final section of the book explores the application of less-invasive approaches to valvular and congenital heart operations by means of limited sternal or thoracic incisions. . .Each contribution is authoritative, well-illustrated, and supported by clinically relevant patient information. . .We are indebted to Drs. Oz and Goldstein for providing this timely resource."-Texas Heart Institute Journal

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Part I. Physiology of Coronary Bypass Grafting With and Without Cardiopulmonary Bypass Pathophysiology of Cardiopulmonary Bypass Ron G. H. Speekenbrink, Wim van Oeveren, Charles R. H. Wildevuur, and Leon Eijsman Endothelial Injury During Minimally Invasive Bypass Grafting Robert J. Dabal, Craig R. Hampton, and Edward D. Verrier Part II. Minimally Invasive Coronary Bypass Grafting Minimally Invasive Bypass Grafting: A Historical Perspective Enio Buffolo and Luis Roberto Gerola Tailoring Minimal Invasive Coronary Bypass to the Patient Michael A. Borger and M. Anno Diegeler OPCAB: A Primer on Technique John D. Puskas Mechanical Stabilization: The Medtronic Octopus System Michael Gibson, Robert B. Beauford, and Daniel J. Goldstein Mechanical Stabilization Systems: The Genzyme-OPCAB Elite System William E. Cohn and Marc Ruel Mechanical Stabilization Systems: The Guidant OPCAB System Marc W. Connolly and Valavanur A. Subramanian The MIDCAB Operation Mercedes K. C. Dullum and Albert J. Pfister Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting on the Beating Heart: The European Experience Antonio M. Calafiore, Michele Di Mauro, Alessandro Pardini, Antonio Bivona, and Stefano D'Alessandro Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting: The South American Experience Federico J. Benetti and Maximo Guida Reoperative Off-Pump CABG Valavanur A. Subramanian, James D. Fonger, and Nilesh U. Patel Perioperative Evaluation of Graft Patency in OPCAB Vinod H. Thourani and John D. Puskas Minimally Invasive Conduit Harvesting Kevin D. Accola, Mike Butkus, and Brenda Dickey Hybrid Revascularization Uwe Klima and Axel Haverich Neurocognitive Issues in Off-Pump CABG Ronald M. Lazar and Daniel F.Heitjan Multivessel Off-Pump Revascularization in High-Risk Patients: Severe Left Ventricular Dysfunction Daniel J. Goldstein, Robert B. Beauford, Patricia Garland, and Craig R. Saunders Multivessel Off-Pump Revascularization in High-Risk Populations: Octogenarians Frederic Sardari, Robert B. Beauford, and Daniel J. Goldstein Part III. Minimally Invasive Valvular Surgery Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Surgery Victor F. Chu, L. Wiley Nifong, and W. Randolph Chitwood, Jr. Port-Access Mitral Valve Surgery Ashish S. Shah and Donald D. Glower Minimally Invasive Aortic Valve Surgery Jerome Sepic and Lawrence H. Cohn Part IV. Minimally Invasive Congenital, Pericardial, and Arrhythmia Surgery Strategies for Reducing Trauma in Congenital Heart Surgery Redmond P. Burke and Robert L. Hannan Thoracoscopic Pericardial Surgery P. Michael McFadden Less Invasive Surgical Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation Mathew R. Williams and Michael Argenziano Part V. Miscellaneous Aspects of Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery The Economic Impact of Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery Aftab R. Kherani, Elizabeth H. Burton, and Mehmet C. Oz Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery: Quality-of-Life Issues Giulio Pompilio, Francesco Alamanni, and Paolo Biglioli Experimental Percutaneous Mitral Valve Repair Juan P. Umana and Peter Fitzgerald Alternative Anastomotic Techniques David A. D'Alessandro and Mehmet C. Oz Making Cardiopulmonary Bypass Less Invasive James R. Beck, Linda B. Mongero, and A. Kenneth Litzie Part VI. Robotic Surgery Robotics and Telemanipulation: The Zeus (TM) System Hersh S. Maniar, Sunil M. Prasad, and Ralph J. Damiano, Jr. Robotics and Telemanipulation: The da Vinci (TM) System Volkmar Falk, Thomas Walther,