Manual of Neonatal Surgical Intensive Care
The perioperative management of newborns with surgical conditions succeeds with an interdisciplinary team effort. Textbooks with a strictly medical or surgical focus rarely cover multidisciplinary collaboration. The Manual of Neonatal Surgical Intensive Care will therefore be useful to both medical and surgical clinicians who are providing care for newborn infants with surgical conditions. These infants generally spend less than a day in the operating room, but require days, weeks, or even months of complex pre- and postoperative care that spans several medical and surgical areas of expertise.
The Manual of Neonatal Surgical Intensive Care, in its third edition, is a collaborative effort between the surgical staff at Children’s Hospital and the medical staff at Boston Children’s Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and hospitals further afield. Its intended audience is surgeons, neonatologists, pediatricians, neonatal nurse practitioners, neonatal nurses, critical care transport clinicians, and all other healthcare providers trained to render pre- or postoperative services or counseling in the care of newborns.
Children’s Hospital receives infants who require surgery and complex postoperative surgical care from local newborn nurseries, Children’s Hospital associated Special Care Nurseries, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, as well as from referring hospitals across the country and around the world. The contributing authors reflect this web of community and tertiary hospitals.
In this third edition, the editors have added several new chapters and have updated all existing chapters, adding illustrations to clarify the written descriptions. The text provides detailed hands-on guidelines to the nonoperative management of newborns with surgical conditions. There are comprehensive yet succinct chapters on embryology, prenatal diagnosis, and differential diagnosis. Two new chapters added to the third edition are “Extracorporeal Life Support” and “Ambiguous Genitalia.”
1. General Considerations Part 1: Medical Considerations By Anne R. Hansen, MD, MPH and Mandy Brown Belfort, MD Part 2: Surgical Considerations By Prathima Nandivada, MD and Mark Puder, MD, PhD Part 3: Respiratory Management By Linda J. Van Marter, MD, MPH, Anne R. Hansen, MD, MPH, and Larry Rhein Part 4: Differential Diagnosis according to Presenting Symptoms By Anne R. Hansen, MD, MPH Part 5. Vascular Access By Anne R. Hansen, MD, MPH, Deirdre O’Reilly, Mark Puder, MD, PhD, and Celeste J. Chandonnet 2. The Fetus By Charles F. Simmons, Jr., MD 3. Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery Part 1: Laryngeal and Tracheal Anomalies By Laurie A. Ohlms, MD, FACS Part 2: Nasal Anomalies By Laurie A. Ohlms, MD, FACS 4. Cleft Lip-Palate and Robin Sequence By John B. Mulliken, MD and Dorothy M. MacDonald, BSN, RN 5. Cardiovascular Disorders Part 1: Patent Ductus Arteriosus By Francis Fynn-Thompson, MD and Terri Gorman, MD Part 2: Vascular Rings By Francis Fynn-Thompson, MD and Terri Gorman, MD Part 3: Vascular Anomalies By Arin K. Greene, MD, MMSc and Steven J. Fishman, MD, FACS, FAAP 6. Respiratory Disorders Part 1: Esophageal Atresia and Tracheoesophageal Fistula By Anne R. Hansen, MD, MPH, Michael A. Manfredi, MD, and Thomas E. Hamilton, MD Part 2: Congential Diaphragmatic Hernia and Diaphragmatic Eventration By Monica E. Kleinman, MD and Jay M. Wilson, MD Part 3: Pneumothorax and Air Leak By Steven A. Ringer, MD, PhD, FAAP Part 4: Chylothorax By Gillian L. Fell, MD, PhD, Prathima Nandivada, MD and Mark Puder, MD, PhD Part 5: Thoracic Mass Lesions By Steven A. Ringer, MD, PhD, FAAP and Jay M. Wilson, MD Part 6: Extracorporeal Life Support By Jill M. Zalieckas, MD, MPH 7. Gastrointestinal Disorders Part 1: Gastroschisis By Kristen T. Leeman, MD and Mark Puder, MD, PhD Part 2: Omphalocele By Kristen T. Leeman, MD and Mark Puder, MD, PhD Part 3: Necrotizing Enterocolitis By Anne R. Hansen, MD, MPH and Biren P. Modi, MD Part 4: Obstruction By DeWayne Pursley, MD, MPH, Anne R. Hansen, MD, MPH, and Mark Puder, MD, PhD Part 5: Gastrointestinal Bleeding By Karen McAlmon, MD, FAAP and Mark Puder, MD, PhD Part 6: Intestinal Failure and Short-Bowel Syndrome By Biren P. Modi, MD and Christopher Duggan, MD, MPH Part 7: Inguinal Hernia By Prathima Nandivada, MD, Gillian L. Fell, MD, PhD, and Mark Puder, MD, PhD Part 8: Umbilical Hernia By Prathima Nandivada, MD, Mark Puder, MD, PhD, and Dierdre O’Reilly, MD, MPH, FAAP Part 9: Feeding Tubes By Debora Duro, MD, MS, Christhiane S. Santos, MS, Mark Puder, MD, PhD, Charles Smithers, MD, and Kevin Sztam, MD Part 10: Gastroesophageal Reflux By Thomas Hamilton, MD, Jason Smithers, MD, and Samuel Nurko,MD, MPH Part 11: Ostomy Diversions and Management By Sandy Quigley, MSN, CPNP-PC, CWOCN, Anne R. Hansen, MD, MPH, and Mark Puder, MD, PhD 8. Genitourinary Disorders Part 1: Obstruction of the Urinary Tract, Including Hydronephrosis By Anthony J. Schaeffer, MD, MPH, John T. Herrin, MBBS, FRACP, and Richard S. Lee, MD Part 2: Renal Venous Thrombosis By David A. Diamond, MD and John T. Herrin, MBBS, FRACP Part 3: Multicystic Dysplastic Kidney By Joseph G. Borer, MD Part 4: Cystic Diseases of the Kidney Including Polycystic Kidney Disease By John T. Herrin, MBBS, FRACP Part 5: Bladder Exstrophy By Joseph G. Borer, MD and John Herrin, MBBS, FRACP Part 6: Cloacal Exstrophy By Joseph G. Borer, MD and John T. Herrin, MBBS, FRACP Part 7: Urolithiasis in Neonates By Bartley G. Cilento, Jr., MD and John T. Herrin, MBBS, FRACP Part 8: Dialysis/Catheters By John T. Herrin, MBBS, FRACP and Craig Lillehei, MD Part 9: Neurogenic Bladder Dysfunction in the Newborn By Stuart B. Bauer, MD Part 10: Testicular Torsion By Neil R. Feins, MD, FAAP, FACS and Konstantinos Papadakis, MD, FAAP, FACS Part 11: Circumcision By Neil R. Feins, MD, FAAP, FACS and Konstantinos Papadakis, MD, FAAP, FACS Part 12: Ambiguous Genetalia By Leena Nahata, MD, David A. Diamond, MD, and Yee-Ming Chan, MD, PhD 9. Neurological Disorders Part 1: Neonatal Hydrocephalus By Janet S. Soul, MDCM, FRCPC Part 2: Myelomeningocele By Jospeh R. Madsen, MD, FACS, FAAP and Benjamin C. Warf, MD 10. Retinopathy of Prematurity By Jane E. Stewart, MD and Deborah K. VanderVeen, MD 11.Intravenous Extravasation Injuries By Arin K. Greene, MD, MMSc 12. Orthopaedic Considerations in the Surgical Neonate By Michael P. Glotzbecker, MD and John B. Emans, MD 13.Genetic Considerations By Pankaj B. Agrawal, Jr., MD, MMSc 14. Anesthesiology Part 1: Anesthesia for Neonatal Surgical Emergencies By Roland Brusseau, MD, Anjuli Koka, MD, and Babu Koka, MD Part 2: Pain Assessment and Management By Christine Greco, MD, Michelle LaBrecque, MSN, RN, and Jessica Miller, PharmD 15. Health Maintenance/Discharge Planning By Anne R. Hansen, MD, MPH and Theresa M. Andrews, RN