Newborn Surgery Fourth Edition 2018
Neonatal surgery has reached a high degree of sophistication and is now recognized as an independent discipline in pediatric surgery. The Newborn Surgery Fourth Edition 2018 includes the more comprehensive understanding of the pathophysiology of various neonatal disorders, advances in specialized neonatal anesthesia and intensive care, as well as the introduction of new surgical techniques including minimally invasive surgery have dramatically improved survival in neonatal surgical conditions.
Recent advances in the fields of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering offer hope in the future to provide stem cell-based constructs for the reconstruction of some congenital disabilities.
Newborn Surgery Fourth Edition 2018 content :
It has been six years since the third edition of the book (published in 2011). The Newborn Surgery Fourth Edition 2018 has been thoroughly revised and updated and contains 112 chapters by 194 contributors from five continents. This edition includes nine new sections on critical topics, including the transition to extrauterine life, specific risks for the preterm infant, access for enteral nutrition, patient safety, tissue engineering and stem cell research, surgical aspects of HIV infection, stridor in infants, stomas of small and large intestine, and spontaneous intestinal perforation.
Each chapter in Newborn Surgery Fourth Edition 2018 has been written by internationally renowned leaders in their respective fields. Several younger surgeons were selected as coauthors, who will become the next generation of leaders in pediatric surgery.
This Newborn Surgery Fourth Edition 2018 pdf book is intended for those who have clinical responsibility for newborn babies. It provides an authoritative, comprehensive, and complete account of the pathophysiology and surgical management of neonatal disorders. The book is specially designed for pediatric surgeons, trainees in pediatric surgery, pediatric urologists, as well as neonatologists and pediatricians seeking more detailed information on new surgical conditions. It is my sincere hope that the readers will find this textbook a useful reference in the management of surgical disorders in the newborn.