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    Author(s)Donn S.M.
    Publish YearJune 2022


    Springer Clinical Cases In Pediatric Skin Cancers 5Ed (Pb 2022) by Donn S.M.

    Respiratory care is the largest overall component of neonatal intensive care, and the fifth edition of the Manual of Neonatal Respiratory Care is the leading bedside guide for all aspects of respiratory care in the neonatal intensive care unit. Its easy-to-read outline format is simple yet comprehensive and covers all aspects of lung disease in the newborn infant, including embryology, principles of mechanical ventilation, procedures and techniques, monitoring, devices, adjunctive therapies, management of respiratory illness, complications, outcomes, and related issues. The latest edition includes fully revised and updated information, coverage on new equipment and devices, and an expanded authorship to enhance its international appeal. The new edition also features two new co-editors, Dr. Mark Mammel and Dr. Anton Van Kaam, internationally recognized experts in the field who bring a fresh perspective to the manual. Divided into sixteen sections, the book begins with a section on lung development and maldevelopment, specifically covering the development of the respiratory system, malformations, deformations, disorders of the neonatal airway, and developmental lung anomalies. The second section reviews the principles of mechanical ventilation, with coverage on such topics as spontaneous breathing, oxygen therapy, oxygen toxicity, pulmonary mechanics, and ventilator parameters. The third section of the manual outlines procedures and techniques, including neonatal resuscitation, laryngoscopy and endotracheal intubation, and tracheostomy. The following section dives into the monitoring of the ventilated patient, specifically focusing on continuous monitoring techniques, clinical controversies in pulse oximetry, and echocardiography. The next section spotlights noninvasive ventilatory techniques, such as nasal interfaces, humidified high-flow nasal cannula therapy, and sustained inflation.The sixth section of the manual focuses on ventilatory modes and modalities, with coverage on intermittent mandatory ventilation, pressure support ventilation, and pressure control ventilation. The following section segues into high-frequency ventilation, reviewing general concepts, high-frequency jet ventilation, and high-frequency oscillatory ventilation. The eighth section centers around commonly used neonatal ventilators, such as the DRAEGER VN500 ventilator, the AVEA ventilator, and the Twinstream ventilator. The ninth section reviews adjunctive therapies, including hemodynamic support, nutritional support, the use of sedation and analgesia, inhaled nitric oxide therapy, and ECMO. The tenth section shifts gears to spotlight the management of common neonatal respiratory diseases, with chapters on mechanisms of respiratory failure, tissue hypoxia, respiratory distress syndrome, persistent pulmonary hypertension, and pulmonary hypoplasia/agensis among others.Section eleven reviews the etiology, pathogenesis, and management of bronchopulmonary dysplasia, as well as the long-term outcome of newborns with this chronic lung disease. The next section presents complications associated with mechanical ventilation, such as thoracic air leaks, neonatal pulmonary hemorrhage, and neurologic complications. The following two sections spotlights ethical, legal and other considerations, among them nursing care of the ventilated infant, long-term ventilator dependency, home ventilation, withdrawal of ventilatory support, and medical liability and risk management. The fifteenth section focuses on research and literature, with coverage on interpreting medical literature, data collection and assessment of respiratory outcomes, and contemporary classics in neonatal respiratory care. The final section presents ventilatory case studies. The text also features over 300 high-yield radiographic images, figures, tables, and algorithms. I Lung Development and Maldevelopment1. Development of the Respiratory System 2. Malformations, Deformations, and Disorders of the Neonatal Airway3. Developmental Lung Anomalies II Principles of Mechanical Ventilation4. Spontaneous Breathing 5. Pulmonary Gas Exchange6. Oxygen Therapy7. Oxygen Toxicity8. Pulmonary Mechanics9. Basic Principles of Mechanical Ventilation10. Classification of Mechanical Ventilation Devices11. Ventilator Parameters12. Respiratory Gas Conditioning and HumidificationIII Procedures and Techniques13. Cardio-Respiratory Examination 14. Neonatal Resuscitation 15. Laryngoscopy and Endotracheal Intubation 16. Vascular Access 17. Tracheostomy IV Monitoring the Ventilated Patient18. Continuous Monitoring Techniques19. Clinical Controversies in Pulse Oximetry20. Interpretation of Neonatal Blood Gases21. Volumetric Capnography22. Neonatal Pulmonary Graphics 23. Radiography 24. Transillumination25. Echocardiography26. Bronchoscopy V Noninvasive Ventilatory Techniques27. Nasal Interfaces for Noninvasive Ventilation28. Humidified High-Flow Nasal Cannula Therapy 29. Continuous Distending Pressure30. Sustained Inflation 31. Noninvasive Ventilation 32. Nasal Intermittent Positive Pressure Ventilation33. Vapotherm High-Flow SupportVI Ventilatory Modes and Modalities 34. Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation35. Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilaton36. Assist/Control Ventilation37. Pressure Support Ventilation38. Volume-Targeted Ventilation 39. Volume Guarantee Ventilation40. Pressure Control VentilationVII High-Frequency Ventilation 41. High-Frequency Ventilation: General Concepts 42. High-Frequency Jet Ventilation 43. High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation VIII Commonly Used Neonatal Ventilators44. Ventilator Mode Classification45. VIP BIRD Gold Ventilator46. AVEA Ventilator 47. Twinstream Ventilator48. Puritan Bennett 840 and 980 Ventilators49. Draeger VN500 Ventilator50. Servo-i Ventilator/NAVA51. SLE 5000 and SLE 4000 Infant Ventilators 52. STEPHANIE and SOPHIE Ventilators53. Leoni Plus Infant Ventilator 54. Bunnell Life-Pulse High-Frequency Jet Ventilator55. High-Frequency Oscillatory VentilatorsIX Adjunctive Therapies56. Hemodynamic Support57. Nutritional Support of Ventilated Infants 58. Surfactant Replacement Therapy 59. Pharmacologic Agents 60. Automatic Control of Oxygen Delivery61. Aerosolization and Nebulization62. Sedation and Analgesia 63. Inhaled Nitric Oxide Therapy 64. Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation 65. Liquid Ventilation for Neonatal Respiratory FailureX Management of Common Neonatal Respiratory Diseases66. Mechanisms of Respiratory Failure 67. Tissue Hypoxia 68. Indications for Mechanical Ventilation 69. Respiratory Distress Syndrome70. Pneumonia 71. Meconium Aspiration Syndrome72. Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension of the Newborn73. Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia 74. Pulmonary Hypoplasia/Agenesis75. Chylothorax 76. Apnea, Bradycardia, and Desaturation77. Optimizing Lung Volume78. Weaning and ExtubationXI Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia79. Etiology and Pathogenesis 80. Management81. Long-Term Outcome of Newborns with Bronchopulmonary DysplasiaXII Complications Associated With Mechanical Ventilation82. Thoracic Air Leaks 83. Patent Ductus Arteriosus84. Neonatal Pulmonary Hemorrhage 85. Retinopathy of Prematurity 86. Neurologic Complications of Mechanical VentilationXIII Other Considerations87. Nursing Care of the Ventilated Infant88. Transport of Ventilated Babies 89. Role of the Respiratory Therapist in the NICU90. Long Term Ventilator Dependency in Infants without Lung Disease91. Home Ventilation92. Discharge Planning and Follow-Up of the NICU GraduateXIV Ethical and Legal Considerations93. Initiation of Life Support at the Border of Viability 94. Withdrawal of Ventilatory Support 95. Medical Liability, Documentation, and Risk ManagementXV Research and the Literature96. Interpreting Medical Literature97. Data Collection and Assessment of Respiratory Outcomes98. Practical Quality Improvement in the NICU99. Contemporary Classics in Neonatal Respiratory CareXVI Ventilatory Case Studies100. Ventilatory Cases