Fundamentals of Operating Department Practice

 
 
Cambridge University Press
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  • erschienen am 24. August 2022
 
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A thoroughly revised second edition providing the knowledge and evidence-base needed for the perioperative practitioner, clarifying the underlying principles needed for an understanding of anaesthetic, surgical, and recovery practice. This book defines the level of knowledge required for perioperative practitioners and provides a comprehensive reference to the principles and practice of modern operating department practice. Featuring a diverse range of topics, it offers a multidisciplinary overview of new techniques and technologies, changes in medico-legal requirements, changes to professional accountability, and requirements for continuous professional development. Twelve new chapters cover healthcare ethics and professional regulation, health and safety, infection prevention and control, basic patient monitoring, human factors, and perioperative care of the paediatric patient. Incorporating a new focus on the provision of evidence-based practice and holistic care in all areas of perioperative care, this invaluable book is essential reading for anyone working in this sector, in both education and practice.
 
A thoroughly revised second edition providing the knowledge and evidence-base needed for the perioperative practitioner, clarifying the underlying principles needed for an understanding of anaesthetic, surgical, and recovery practice. This book defines the level of knowledge required for perioperative practitioners and provides a comprehensive reference to the principles and practice of modern operating department practice. Featuring a diverse range of topics, it offers a multidisciplinary overview of new techniques and technologies, changes in medico-legal requirements, changes to professional accountability, and requirements for continuous professional development. Twelve new chapters cover healthcare ethics and professional regulation, health and safety, infection prevention and control, basic patient monitoring, human factors, and perioperative care of the paediatric patient. Incorporating a new focus on the provision of evidence-based practice and holistic care in all areas of perioperative care, this invaluable book is essential reading for anyone working in this sector, in both education and practice.
2nd Revised edition
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  • Großbritannien
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Daniel Rodger is a registered Operating Department Practitioner and a Senior Lecturer in Perioperative Practice at London South Bank University. Kevin Henshaw is a Senior Lecturer in Preoperative Practice and Associate Head of Allied Health Programmes in the Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine at Edge Hill University in Ormskirk. Paul Rawling is a Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader in Operating Department Practice in the Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine at Edge Hill University in Ormskirk. Scott Miller is a Consultant Anaesthetist at St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in Merseyside.
Daniel Rodger is a registered Operating Department Practitioner and a Senior Lecturer in Perioperative Practice at London South Bank University. Kevin Henshaw is a Senior Lecturer in Preoperative Practice and Associate Head of Allied Health Programmes in the Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine at Edge Hill University in Ormskirk. Paul Rawling is a Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader in Operating Department Practice in the Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine at Edge Hill University in Ormskirk. Scott Miller is a Consultant Anaesthetist at St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in Merseyside.
Foreword; 1. The caring perioperative practitioner Julie Quick; 2. Evidence-based perioperative practice Paul Rawling; 3. Healthcare ethics and professional regulation in operating department practice Edmund Horowicz and Amy Williams; 4. Understanding the law within operating department practice Edmund Horowicz and Amy Williams; 5. Health and safety in the perioperative environment Kevin Henshaw; 6. Fundamentals of operating department design Shane Roadnight and Anne Followell; 7. Infection prevention and control in the operating department Jo Fielding and Mark Milligan; 8. Cardiovascular Physiology Dominic Nielsen and James Ip; 9. Recognition and interpretation of the ECG Kully Sandhu; 10. Respiratory Physiology Sarah John and Tahzeeb Bhagat; 11. Introduction to general Anaesthesia Jo Han Gan and James Ip; 12. Fundamentals of airway management Rebecca Sherwood; 13. Artificial ventilation Vicky Lester; 14. Management of perioperative medical emergencies Nathan Gamble; 15. Total Intravenous Anaesthesia (TIVA) Scott Miller; 16. Fundamentals of basic patient monitoring Victoria Cadman and Efua Hagan; 17. Haemodynamic monitoring Michael Donnellon; 18. Fundamentals of regional Anaesthesia Karim Will Mukhtar and Will Angus; 19. Fundamentals of the Anaesthetic machine Daniel Rodger; 20. Anaesthetic breathing systems Cheryl Wayne-Kevan and Daniel Rodger; 21. Pharmacological agents in Anaesthetic practice Kathryn Newton, Peter Turton and Brian Corrin; 22. Fundamentals of emergency Obstretric care Victoria Cadman and Rebecca Lowes; 23. Care of the bariatric patient Hannah Abbott; 24. Sterilisation and decontamination of surgical instruments Martin Kiernan and Roger King; 25. Management and use of medical equipment Julie Quick and Laura Garbett; 26. Fundamentals of the surgical scrub role Lindsay Keeley; 27. Fundamentals of patient positioning Sarah Brady; 28. Fundamentals of thermoregulation Craig Griffiths; 29. Fluid and electrolyte balance during surgery Chris Wood and Rebecca Parker; 30. The Physiology of blood and its administration Suzanne Arulogun and Paul Wheeler; 31. Fundamentals of wound healing, dressings and drains Steve Moutrey; 32. Understanding sutures and skin closure Steve Moutrey and Paul Bond; 33. Perioperative care of the paediatric patient Faye Lowry and Daniel Rodger; 34. Perioperative pain management Senthil Jayaseelan; 35. The recovery of patients from Anaesthesia and surgery Patricia Smedley and Jane Nicholas-Holley; 36. Fundamentals of emergency resuscitation Robert Ayee; 37. Human factors, ergonomics and non-technical skills Mark Hellaby; 38. Understanding intraoperative death Daniel Rodger and Heather Hartley; 39. Extended and advanced roles in perioperative practice Sally Stuart.
'This second edition is a much-anticipated modernisation of a classic book within the perioperative educational environment that should appear on the bookshelf of every student and educator. It is easy-to-read and contains diagrams, tables and photographs to support the written content. The first edition been updated to support the graduate workforce within perioperative practice, with chapters covering everything from the design of the operating department and decontamination and sterilisation to the management of perioperative medical emergencies within the operating department. The list of contributors reads like a who's who within the world of perioperative education and practice in the modern healthcare environment, and each of the 39 chapters links theory and practice within the perioperative environment with the detail we have come to know and expect from the previous edition.' Giles Farrington, RODP PGCHPE FHEA MAcadMEd, Senior ODP Critical Care and Resuscitation, York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 'Fundamentals of Operating Department Practice is a must-have addition to any perioperative practitioner's literature collection. The first edition of this text was my "go to" resource when studying to become an Operating Department Practitioner, but what this second edition demonstrates is how the perioperative practitioner role has evolved, and continues to evolve. This text has been revised with the aim to be much more informative, utilising the current best evidence-based practice, written by the multidisciplinary subject matter experts. The wide-ranging topics this text includes will be of benefit to both pre- registration and post-registration perioperative practitioners, and offers information on some of the most challenging aspects of perioperative practice. It is thorough in its approach and layout and is an enjoyable and informative read.' Mark Cannan, MSc, BSc (Hons), Dip HE (ODP), Advanced Critical Care Practitioner (ACCP) and ODPs, North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust 'This really is a go-to textbook for all students, the newly qualified and those ODPs further along in their career. All the essential topics are covered, along with many more you may not regularly practise in. The authors provide all the up-to-date information, in easy-to-understand language that will help you to refresh your knowledge and maintain your HCPC standards.' Angela Loesekann, Perioperative Practitioner Team Leader, Education and Training Lead Oxford National Organ Retrieval team, Churchill Hospital, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 'This new edition of Fundamentals of Operating Department Practice is a must for all student ODPs, as well as being a valuable resource for qualified ODPs. The writing is clear and concise and not too jargon-heavy, making it an accessible resource for all.' Samantha Kimberley, Operating Department Practitioner, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham 'This second edition is a textbook for both registered practitioners working in perioperative practice and students on pre-registration ODP and nursing courses. Chapters are organised so that readers can work through the content in a way that mirrors the patient's perioperative journey. Alternatively, chapters can easily be accessed independently as required for revision or reference. It excels in its holistic approach towards patient care, and is inclusive of subjects that students may find challenging in practice; the chapters concerning perioperative cardiac arrest and care of patients after death are particularly well considered. A useful resource for academics to support the planning of teaching and learning, and practice supervisors and mentors will find ideas and prompts for conversations with students in practice.' Joanna Holland, RN DipN BA (Hons) MSc FHEA, Lecturer, BSc Nursing, School of Sport & Health Sciences, University of Brighton, Theatre Nurse, Royal Sussex County Hospital, University Hospitals Sussex 'The 2nd edition of Fundamentals of Operating Department Practice is an excellent resource for both ODP students as well as more experienced ODPs looking to refresh their knowledge. Whilst the emphasis is on important clinical, equipment and monitoring topics, there are some excellent chapters on non-clinical issues aspects such as Ethics, the Law and infection control which are relevant to all staff working in the operating department. Writing a comprehensive book like this is not an easy task and the authors should be very proud of producing a superb text and that will be an invaluable resource to all ODPs.' Anil Hormis, Consultant in Anaesthesia & Critical Care Medicine, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust 'It was a pleasure to be given the opportunity to read the second edition of the Fundamentals of Operating Department Practice. The size and scope of this book serves to highlight the complexity of modern perioperative care and the enormous amount of knowledge that a student in perioperative practice must master. As such, this volume is a go to resource for those seeking to understand the fundamental principles that underpin practice and, most importantly, the care of the perioperative patient. It is not only students who will benefit from the information in this book, there is much between the covers that established practitioners will find informative.' Bill Kilvington, FCODP, FRCA, Patient Safety Lead, The College of Operating Department Practitioners
 
'This second edition is a much-anticipated modernisation of a classic book within the perioperative educational environment that should appear on the bookshelf of every student and educator. It is easy-to-read and contains diagrams, tables and photographs to support the written content. The first edition been updated to support the graduate workforce within perioperative practice, with chapters covering everything from the design of the operating department and decontamination and sterilisation to the management of perioperative medical emergencies within the operating department. The list of contributors reads like a who's who within the world of perioperative education and practice in the modern healthcare environment, and each of the 39 chapters links theory and practice within the perioperative environment with the detail we have come to know and expect from the previous edition.' Giles Farrington, RODP PGCHPE FHEA MAcadMEd, Senior ODP Critical Care and Resuscitation, York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
'Fundamentals of Operating Department Practice is a must-have addition to any perioperative practitioner's literature collection. The first edition of this text was my "go to" resource when studying to become an Operating Department Practitioner, but what this second edition demonstrates is how the perioperative practitioner role has evolved, and continues to evolve. This text has been revised with the aim to be much more informative, utilising the current best evidence-based practice, written by the multidisciplinary subject matter experts. The wide-ranging topics this text includes will be of benefit to both pre- registration and post-registration perioperative practitioners, and offers information on some of the most challenging aspects of perioperative practice. It is thorough in its approach and layout and is an enjoyable and informative read.' Mark Cannan, MSc, BSc (Hons), Dip HE (ODP), Advanced Critical Care Practitioner (ACCP) and ODPs, North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust
'This really is a go-to textbook for all students, the newly qualified and those ODPs further along in their career. All the essential topics are covered, along with many more you may not regularly practise in. The authors provide all the up-to-date information, in easy-to-understand language that will help you to refresh your knowledge and maintain your HCPC standards.' Angela Loesekann, Perioperative Practitioner Team Leader, Education and Training Lead Oxford National Organ Retrieval team, Churchill Hospital, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
'This new edition of Fundamentals of Operating Department Practice is a must for all student ODPs, as well as being a valuable resource for qualified ODPs. The writing is clear and concise and not too jargon-heavy, making it an accessible resource for all.' Samantha Kimberley, Operating Department Practitioner, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
'This second edition is a textbook for both registered practitioners working in perioperative practice and students on pre-registration ODP and nursing courses. Chapters are organised so that readers can work through the content in a way that mirrors the patient's perioperative journey. Alternatively, chapters can easily be accessed independently as required for revision or reference. It excels in its holistic approach towards patient care, and is inclusive of subjects that students may find challenging in practice; the chapters concerning perioperative cardiac arrest and care of patients after death are particularly well considered. A useful resource for academics to support the planning of teaching and learning, and practice supervisors and mentors will find ideas and prompts for conversations with students in practice.' Joanna Holland, RN DipN BA (Hons) MSc FHEA, Lecturer, BSc Nursing, School of Sport & Health Sciences, University of Brighton, Theatre Nurse, Royal Sussex County Hospital, University Hospitals Sussex
'The 2nd edition of Fundamentals of Operating Department Practice is an excellent resource for both ODP students as well as more experienced ODPs looking to refresh their knowledge. Whilst the emphasis is on important clinical, equipment and monitoring topics, there are some excellent chapters on non-clinical issues aspects such as Ethics, the Law and infection control which are relevant to all staff working in the operating department. Writing a comprehensive book like this is not an easy task and the authors should be very proud of producing a superb text and that will be an invaluable resource to all ODPs.' Anil Hormis, Consultant in Anaesthesia & Critical Care Medicine, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
'It was a pleasure to be given the opportunity to read the second edition of the Fundamentals of Operating Department Practice. The size and scope of this book serves to highlight the complexity of modern perioperative care and the enormous amount of knowledge that a student in perioperative practice must master. As such, this volume is a go to resource for those seeking to understand the fundamental principles that underpin practice and, most importantly, the care of the perioperative patient. It is not only students who will benefit from the information in this book, there is much between the covers that established practitioners will find informative.' Bill Kilvington, FCODP, FRCA, Patient Safety Lead, The College of Operating Department Practitioners

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