Surgical Palliative Care

 
 
Oxford University Press
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 18. Oktober 2019
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  • 320 Seiten
 
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978-0-19-085838-4 (ISBN)
 
Palliative care has become increasingly important across the spectrum of healthcare, and with it, the need for education and training of a broad range of medical practitioners not previously associated with this field of care. Part of the Integrating Palliative Care series, this volume on surgical palliative care guides readers through the core palliative skills and knowledge needed to deliver high value care for patients with life-limiting, critical, and terminal illness under surgical care. Chapters explore the historical, philosophical, and spiritual principles of surgical palliative care, and follow the progression of the seriously ill surgical patient's journey from the pre-operative encounter, to the invasive procedure, to the post-operative setting, and on to survivorship. An overview of the future of surgical palliative care education and research rounds out the text. Surgical Palliative Care is an ideal resource for surgeons, surgical nurses, intensivists, and other practitioners who wish to learn more about integrating palliative care into the surgical field.
  • Englisch
  • Oxford
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  • USA
978-0-19-085838-4 (9780190858384)
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Anne Mosenthal MD, FACS, is Professor and Chair of the Department of Surgery, and the Benjamin F Rush Jr. MD Endowed Chair of Surgery, at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. At the time of her appointment in 2011, Anne was one of only six women surgery chairs in the 141 medical schools in the US. A trauma surgeon most of her career, she has spent the last 25 years caring for those affected by traumatic injury in and around Newark, and advocating nationally for improvements in trauma and critical care. After graduating Cornell in 1979, Anne did research in microbiology, received her MD at Dartmouth Medical School and then completed her surgical training at the University of Massachusetts and Massachusetts General Hospital. Geoffrey P. Dunn, MD, FACS, received a BA in religion at Haverford College and his surgical training with the Harvard Surgical Service, New England Deaconess Hospital. His surgical experience included trauma, burns, pediatrics, and cancer in his country and abroad. He was Chairman of the Department of Surgery at Hamot Medical Center before working full time in the field of palliative and hospice care with Great Lakes Hospice and at Hamot Medical Center. He has previously served on the Board of Governors, American College of Surgeons and chaired its Committee on Surgical Palliative Care from 2001 through 2014.
Foreword by Pauline W. Chen Chapter 1. Surgical Palliative Care: The Historical Case Geoffrey P. Dunn Chapter 2. Principles of Surgical Palliative Care Anne C. Mosenthal Chapter 3. Models of Care Delivery and Quality Measurement Katherine Lee and Zara Cooper Chapter 4. Self-Care and the Surgeon Timothy R. Siegel Chapter 5. Spirituality and Surgery Daniel B. Hinshaw Chapter 6. Preoperative Palliative Care Assessment, Frailty, and Prognostication Bridget N. Fahy and Myrick C. Shinall, Jr. Chapter 7. Perioperative DNR Andrea K. Nagengast Chapter 8. Shared Decision Making and Goals of Care Discussion in the Preoperative Visit Anastasia Kunac Chapter 9. Palliative Care for the Trauma Patient Jessica H. Ballou and David H. Zonies Chapter 10. Palliative care for the Emergency Surgery Patient Ana Berlin Chapter 11. Palliative Care in Burn and Thermal Injury Alisa Savetamal and Kristin Edwards Chapter 12. Communicating Serious News Sangeeta Lamba and Michele Fiorentino Chapter 13. Palliative Care in Transplantation Emily B. Rivet, Jeffrey Stern, Karunasai Mahadevan, and Danielle Noreika Chapter 14. Principles, Assessment, and Evaluation for Palliative Surgery Joshua T. Cohen and Thomas J. Miner Chapter 15. Palliative Gastrointestinal Surgery Brian Badgwell Chapter 16. Palliative Thoracic Surgery Yvonne M. Carter, Rebecca Carr, John Anagnostakos, and Mark R. Katlic Chapter 17. Palliation in Head and Neck Surgery Susan D. McCammon Chapter 18. Palliative Care and Cardiovascular Surgery Dhaval Chauhan and Anne C. Mosenthal Chapter 19. Invasive Pain Management Amy Pearson, Jackie Weisbein, and Enas Kandil Chapter 20. The Family Conference Melissa Red Hoffman Chapter 21. Pharmacopalliation of Pain James B. Ray Chapter 22. Non-Pain Symptom Management Jennifer Pruskowski Chapter 23. The Feeding Access Consult Christine Toevs Chapter 24. Transitions of Care: Disposition Planning Pringl Miller and Kimberly Kopecky Chapter 25. Care of the Family Michele Fiorentino Chapter 26. Palliative Care and Survivorship for the Cancer Patient Robert S. Krouse Chapter 27. The Future of Surgical Palliative Care Research: Priorities and Possibilities Jessica M. Ruck and Fabian M. Johnston Chapter 28. Surgical Palliative Care Education and Training Erin M. Sadler and Alexandra M. Easson

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