Cardiac Surgery of the Neonate and Infant
Presents the insights gained in the last several decades at the Children's Hospital, Boston on early primary repair of the neonate and infant with congenital heart disease. This multidisciplinary approach includes treatment philosophy and techniques (in and out of the operating room) and treatment of complications.Offers direct access to the extensive clinical experience of acknowledged experts at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Provides guidelines to postoperative care, treatment of complications, early and late results - in addition to clear descriptions of procedures for over 20 congenital defects.Features the latest information on developmental biology and the unique problems associated with cardiopoulmonary bypass, hypothermai, circulatory arrest, myocardial protection, anaesthesia, and interventional cardiology.
Includes valuable coverage of transplantation and fetal surgery.
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