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Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES) (Repost)

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Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES) (Repost)

Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES) By
2012 | 322 Pages | ISBN: 0470671033 | PDF | 19 MB


Are you interested in using NOTES to treat your patients? Do you need a multimedia tool to guide you through all aspects of clinical management?  Just as laparoscopic surgery revolutionized surgical practice in the 1980’s and 90’s, offering genuine competition to traditional open surgery, Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES) presents a genuinely different alternative for surgeons and patients alike as we move forward in the 21st century.  Advantages over laparoscopic surgery include lower anesthesia requirements, faster recovery and shorter hospital stays, avoidance of transabdominal wound infections, less immunosuppression, better postoperative pulmonary and diaphragmatic function and of course, the potential for "scarless" abdominal surgery.Combining high-level text with a superb companion website, Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES): Textbook and Video-Atlas provides you with a hands-on, in-depth and practical multimedia tool on this exciting breakthrough, to consult either on the ward or in surgery. Highlights include:Full coverage of the fundamentals of NOTES, its current clinical applications and techniques, and future perspectives Over 50 outstanding videos illustrating NOTES being performed by the experts Full-color throughout and superbly illustrated with over 250 figures Edited by global leaders and pioneers in the field, who have recruited a world-class contributor team As well being a valuable text for gastroenterologists, GI surgeons and general surgeons, Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES): Textbook and Video-Atlas will also appeal to urologists, urologic surgeons, gynecologists, gynecologic surgeons, thoracic and ENT surgeons.Content: Chapter 1 History of NOTES (pages 1–11): Xavier Dray and Anthony N. KallooChapter 2 Endoscopic Platforms for NOTES (pages 12–18): Pankaj J. Pasricha and Homero RivasChapter 3 Physiology of NOTES (pages 19–28): Juliane Bingener and Angela M. JohnsonChapter 4 Infection Control in NOTES (pages 29–38): Peter N. Nau and Jeffrey W. HazeyChapter 5 NOTES Access Techniques (pages 39–58): Eduardo A. Bonin and Christopher J. GostoutChapter 6 NOTES Closure Techniques (pages 59–69): Erwin Rieder and Lee L. SwanstromChapter 7 Mini?Laparoscopy in the Endoscopy Unit (pages 70–79): Arthur Hoffman and Ralf KiesslichChapter 8 Single?Port Surgery (pages 80–93): Ricardo Zorron, Katherine Gash and Anthony R. DixonChapter 9 Computer?Assisted NOTES: From Augmented Reality to Automation (pages 94–103): Luc Soler, Stephane Nicolau, Michel de Mathelin and Jacques MarescauxChapter 10 NOTES for Peritoneal Exploration (pages 105–118): Seigo Kitano and Kazuhiro YasudaChapter 11 NOTES Cholecystectomy (pages 119–126): Bernard Dallemagne and Jacques MarescauxChapter 12 NOTES Appendectomy (pages 127–140): Jorn Bernhardt, Holger Steffen, Sylke Schneider?Koriath and Kaja LudwigChapter 13 NOTES Applications in Colorectal Surgery (pages 141–150): Joel Leroy, Michele Diana, James Wall and Jacques MarescauxChapter 14 NOTES Applied for Rectal Surgery (pages 151–161): Patricia SyllaChapter 15 Bariatric NOTES Procedures (pages 162–171): Michel Vix, Michele Diana, James Wall and Jacques MarescauxChapter 16 Urologic Applications of NOTES (pages 172–181): Candace F. Granberg, Mitchell R. Humphreys and Matthew T. GettmanChapter 17 Gynecologic Applications of NOTES (pages 182–187): Antoine Watrelot, Geraldine Chauvin and Arnaud WattiezChapter 18 NOTES Thyroidectomy (pages 188–196): Tahar Benhidjeb and Michael StarkChapter 19 POEM and Emerging NOTES Applications (pages 197–214): Haruhiro Inoue and Ricardo ZorronChapter 20 NOTES Applications in Veterinary Medicine (pages 215–231): Lynetta J. Freeman and Karine PaderChapter 21 NOTES and Pregnancy: Where we are and where we could go (pages 232–243): Nicolas Bourdel and Janyne AlthausChapter 22 Thoracic Cavity Application of NOTES (pages 244–250): Alex Escalona, Brian G. Turner and Denise W. GeeChapter 23 Designing the NOTES Procedure Room (pages 251–255): Mouen A. Khashab and Anthony N. KallooChapter 24 Evolution and Future Developments of Instrument Technology for NOTES (pages 256–272): D. Nageshwar Reddy, G. V. Rao and Magnus J. MansardChapter 25 Training the Gastroenterologist for NOTES (pages 273–286): Nitin Kumar and Christopher C. ThompsonChapter 26 Training the Surgeon for NOTES (pages 287–290): Silvana Perretta, Bernard Dallemagne and Jacques MarescauxChapter 27 Simulator?Based Training of NOTES Procedures (pages 291–307): Kai Matthes, Ganesh Sankaranarayanan, Woojin Ahn and Suvranu DeChapter 28 NOTES: Possibilities for the Future (pages 308–311): Alexander Aurora and Jeffrey L. Ponsky