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Commended in the Haematology category at the British MedicalAssociation Book Awards 2008 This unique and practical book introduces the reader to theconcept of blood management and explains how to improve patientoutcomes by avoiding undue blood loss, enhancing thepatient's own blood, effective management of anemia andcoagulopathy. Basics of Blood Management is the first bookdedicated to blood management, a multidisciplinary andmultimodality concept that focuses on patient outcome. A practical and comprehensive text on the new and excitingfield of blood management * * Takes an international…mehr
Commended in the Haematology category at the British MedicalAssociation Book Awards 2008 This unique and practical book introduces the reader to theconcept of blood management and explains how to improve patientoutcomes by avoiding undue blood loss, enhancing thepatient's own blood, effective management of anemia andcoagulopathy. Basics of Blood Management is the first bookdedicated to blood management, a multidisciplinary andmultimodality concept that focuses on patient outcome. A practical and comprehensive text on the new and excitingfield of blood management * * Takes an international perspective, covering conditionsencountered in developing and industrial countries * Covers all areas of organization, methods and tools * Gives the reader an understanding of the concept and philosophyof blood management * Provides clinical scenarios and exercises that help the readerto adapt information for their location Whether you are an early practising clinician in hematology,transfusion, critical care, anesthesiology, surgery or internalmedicine, a nursing specialist, trainee or other member of themultidisciplinary blood management team, this book will answer allyour questions about blood management as an aid in improvingpatient outcome.
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Aryeh Shander, MD, is Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology,Medicine and Surgery at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NewYork City, Chief, Department of Anesthesiology, Critical Care andHyperbaric Medicine, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center,Englewood, NJ Dr Shander lectures nationally and internationally on a varietyof topics relating to blood conservation, volume resuscitation,acute anemia therapy, surgical blood management, acute normovolemichemodilution and bloodless medicine and surgery. His publicationshave appeared in The Lancet, the journal Transfusion,and Transfusion Alternatives in Transfusion Medicine, forwhich he serves in Editorial and Scientific Boards. He serves as Chief Executive Officer of the Society for theAdvancement of Blood Management and is Fellow of the AmericanCollege of Critical Care Medicine and the American College of ChestPhysicians. Dr Schander is a member of the American Society ofCritical Care Anesthesiologists where he serves on committees, bothlocally and nationally, and in addition, is a member of theAmerican Association of Blood Banks (AABB), American Society ofAnesthesiologists (ASA) and a founding member of the AmericanSociety of Critical Care Anesthesiologists (ASCCA). In 1997 DrShander was recommended by Time magazine as one of America's"Heroes of Medicine". Dr Shander received his medical degree from the University ofVermont College of Medicine and completed an internship andresidency in internal medicine at Montefiore Medical Centre in NewYork, where he also served as Chief Resident. Additionalpostgraduate training included a fellowship in critical caremedicine and a residency in anesthesiology, both at MontefioreMedical Centre. Dr Seeber, Department of Anesthesiology, Critical Care,Pain Management and Emergency Medicine, HELIOS Klinik, Blankenhain,Germany.
Preface vii Preface to the First Edition viii 1 History and Organization of Blood Management 1 2 Physiology of Anemia and Oxygen Transport 9 3 Anemia Therapy I: Erythropoiesis-Stimulating Agents 21 4 Anemia Therapy II: Hematinics 36 5 Growth Factors 51 6 Fluid Management 67 7 Chemistry of Hemostasis 81 8 Recombinant Blood Products 100 9 Artificial Blood 109 10 Oxygen Therapy 124 11 Preparation of the Patient for Surgery 139 12 Iatrogenic Blood Loss 160 13 Physical Methods of Hemostasis 173 14 Anesthesia--More than Sleeping 191 15 Use of Autologous Blood 201 16 Cell Salvage 212 17 Blood-Derived Pharmaceuticals 229 18 Transfusion Medicine 245 19 Step by Step to an Organized Blood Management Program 262 20 Law Ethics Religion and Blood Management 285 Appendix A: Detailed Information 297 Appendix B: Sources of Information for Blood Management 305 Appendix C: Program Tools and Forms 309 Appendix D: Teaching Aids: Research and Projects 323 Index 327
"This is a valuable guide if you are interested in setting up a blood management program for your organization." -- Doody's, 15 February 2013
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