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Flexible Bronchoscopy

Author : Ko-Pen Wang
ISBN : 9781405175876
Genre : Medical
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With the development of new instruments and the refining of new techniques, flexible bronchoscopy has become one of the most frequently performed invasive procedures in pulmonary medicine. This new edition of Flexible Bronchoscopy is an essential addition to the bronchoscopist's bookshelf. It highlights possible complications, contra-indications and precautions. In addition it addresses all current techniques and future technologies in interventional bronchoscopy. For ease of use Flexible Bronchoscopy is divided into four major sections: Fundamentals of Bronchoscopy Diagnostic Bronchoscopy Therapeutic Bronchoscopy Special Considerations Flexible Bronchoscopyis an ideal training manual for all respiratory and pulmonary physicians, as well as trainees and residents working in the field of respiratory medicine, who need to develop the skill of interventional bronchoscopy.

Atlas Of Flexible Bronchoscopy

Author : Pallav Shah
ISBN : 9780340968321
Genre : Medical
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This unique and comprehensive atlas by an expert practioner provides an innovative pictorial guide to flexible bronchoscopy, one of the most exciting and challenging procedures in respiratory medicine today. Includes the very latest procedures and techniques Comprehensive coverage, guides you through the range of anatomical and pathological possibilities A step-by-step guide to the use of bronchoscopic techniques, interpretation of images and differential diagnoses Integrates naked eye, bronchoscopic and radiological anatomy to give you a thorough understanding of the procedure Numerous full colour illustrations and sound practical advice make this a key text for learning and refining your technique The book will be invaluable to those training in respiratory medicine, plus also specialist respiratory nurses and practising pulmonologists who wish to expand their practice and knowledge of the technique.

Introduction To Bronchoscopy

Author : Armin Ernst
ISBN : 9780521766289
Genre : Medical
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Bronchoscopy is one of the most commonly performed medical procedures and also defines the procedural practice of chest physicians and surgeons. In most training programs, however, there is little structured education and trainees learn by watching and doing. This book is intended as a roadmap for any physician looking to master or improve skills in this important area. It outlines what the authors, who are all experts in the field, think a standard approach to common procedures should be and covers everything from anatomy and equipment care to how to set up a bronchoscopy unit. Step- by-step descriptions and abundant illustrations provide the reader with detailed instructions for performing diagnostic procedures such as bronchial washing and lavage, lung biopsy, and transbronchial needle aspiration. This book also discusses bronchoscopy in the ICU and lung transplant patients. Advanced diagnostic bronchoscopy and basic therapeutic techniques are reviewed in the final two chapters.

Interventional Bronchoscopy

Author : Christoph T. Bolliger
ISBN : 9783805568517
Genre : Medical
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This book covers all aspects of diagnostic and therapeutic bronchoscopy, which go beyond the techniques of inspection, simple lavage and biopsies of the tracheobronchial tree. In a first section, historical aspects as well as the modern use of both rigid and flexible instruments, the set-up of a bronchoscopy unit, anaesthetic techniques, and functional evaluation for patients undergoing interventional bronchoscopy are discussed. A diagnostic section on transbronchial needle aspiration and bronchoscopic ultrasound is followed by extensive coverage of all existing therapeutic techniques: foreign body removal, laser resection, electrocautery, argon plasma coagulation, cryotherapy, brachytherapy, photodynamic therapy, stenting, and a chapter on multi-modality treatment of advanced pulmonary malignancies. A fourth section deals with percutaneous image-guided procedures, percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy, and transtracheal oxygen therapy. The last section provides an in-depth look at emerging bronchoscopic technology, such as autofluorescence, virtual bronchoscopy, and gene therapy. Written by the world's leading authorities in the field and beautifully illustrated, this book presents the state of the art of interventional bronchoscopy. It is recommended reading for pulmonologists, thoracic or ENT surgeons, oncologists and physicians who take an interest in bronchoscopy.

Atlas Of Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy

Author : Rajendra Prasad
ISBN : 9789350903407
Genre : Medical
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Fiberoptic bronchoscopy is a procedure that allows a clinician to examine the airways by placing a thin tube-like instrument through the nose or mouth and down into the lungs. The tube sends pictures back to a video screen or camera. The procedure can be either diagnostic, to diagnose lung disease, or therapeutic to treat some lung conditions. This atlas is a practical guide to the diagnosis and treatment of lung conditions using fiberoptic bronchoscopy. Beginning with an introduction to the history and application of the procedure, and discussion on normal and abnormal patterns of bronchial anatomy, the following sections present X-Ray, CT and bronchoscopic pictures of numerous cases encountered by the author. Each case is described in detail, highlighting possible complications and contraindications. A separate chapter is dedicated to paediatric bronchoscopy. A set of case studies on brochoscopic findings in benign and malignant pulmonary diseases has been included to help clinicians apply their knowledge. Key points Practical guide to diagnosis and treatment of lung diseases using fiberoptic bronchoscopy Presents numerous cases seen by the author Case studies of benign and malignant pulmonary diseases enhance learning Includes more than 450 X-Rays, CT images and bronchoscopic pictures

Atlas Of Flexible Bronchoscopy

Author : Shigeto Ikeda
ISBN : OCLC:14870075
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Lung Cancer

Author : Robert L. Carafaro
ISBN : 159454672X
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 75. 65 MB
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Lung cancer is the most common form of cancer in the world and a major cause of death. This new book brings together stellar research from around the world. The two main types of primary lung cancer, small cell and non-small cell are examined. The book's scope encompasses the three main types of non-small cell lung cancer: squamous cell carcinoma which is the commonest type of lung cancer and develops in the cells which line the airways; adenocarcinoma develops from the cells which produce mucus in the lining of the airways; and large cell carcinoma gets its name from the large, rounded cells that are seen when they are examined under the microscope. About 1 in 5 lung cancers are small cell, the rest non-small cell. Causes of lung cancer are primarily smoking, but include as well exposure to radon, asbestos, uranium, arsenic, and certain petroleum products. Research and new drugs are appearing with increasing frequency in this field.

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