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Introduction Laura K. Berenstain and James P. Spaeth
1. A congenital heart disease primer Laura K. Berenstain and James P. Spaeth
Part I. Left-to-right Shunts Adam C. Adler:
2. Ventricular septal defect Maxwell Teets and Adam C. Adler
3. Double outlet right ventricle Ramesh Kodavatiganti
4. Transitional atrioventricular septal defect Ana Maria Manrique Espinel and Adam C. Adler
5. Complete atrioventricular septal defect (unbalanced) Lori Q. Riegger
Part II. Right-sided Obstructive lesions Jamie Mcelrath Schwartz:
6. Critical pulmonic stenosis Jennie Ngai
7. Tetralogy of Fallot Matthew P. Monteleone
8. Repaired tetralogy of Fallot Joanna Rosing Paquin
9. Tetralogy of Fallot with absent pulmonary valve Andrew Tadeusz Waberski
10. Tetralogy of Fallot with pulmonary atresia Mikel Gorbea and Lisa Wise-Faberowski
11. Pentalogy of Cantrell Jennifer Lam
12. Ebstein's anomaly Joseph McSoley and Joseph P. Previte
13. Ebstein's anomaly, single ventricle palliation David Faraoni
Part III. Left-sided Obstructive Lesions Viviane Nasr:
14. Critical aortic stenosis Vannessa Chin
15. Aortic stenosis Deborah A. Romeo
16. Subvalvar aortic stenosis Rahul Baijal
17. Supravalvar aortic stenosis Stephanie N. Grant and Bruce E. Miller
18. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy Bridget Pearce
19. Coarctation of the aorta Nicholette Kasman
20. Shone's complex Nicole Dobija
Part IV. Complex Mixing Lesions Gregory Latham:
21. D-Transposition of the great arteries (arterial switch) Leah Landsem and Gregory J. Latham
22. D-Transposition of the great arteries (atrial switch) Denise C. Joffe and Michael J. Eisses
23. L-Transposition of the great arteries ('corrected transposition') Katie J. Roddy and Anna Kaiser
24. Total anomalous pulmonary venous return and heterotaxy Anna E. Jankowska
25. Truncus arteriosus Faith J. Ross and Kelly Everhart
Part V. Single Ventricle Physiology Lori Q. Riegger:
26. Hypoplastic left heart syndrome Bishr Haydar
27. Bidirectional Glenn Amanpreet S. Kalsi
28. Lateral tunnel Fontan Wenyu Bai
29. Extracardiac Fontan Chinwe Unegbu and Nina Deutsch
30. Failing Fontan Maricarmen Roche Rodriguez and Viviane G. Nasr
Part VI. Heart Failure, Mechanical Circulatory Support and Transplantation Erica Lin:
31. Duchenne muscular dystrophy Elizabeth R. Vogel and Annette Y. Schure
32. Dilated cardiomyopathy Stephen Alcos and Andreas W. Loepke
33. Mixed cardiomyopathy Adam C. Adler
34. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation Rita Saynhalath and M. Iqbal Ahmed
35. Left ventricular assist device J. Nick Pratap
36. Right ventricular assist device Rajeev Wadia and Jamie McElrath Schwartz
37. Lung transplantation Arpa Chutipongtanate and Erica P. Lin
38. Heart transplantation Zachary Kleiman and Luis M. Zabala
39. Failing cardiac transplant Kelly Chilson and James Fehr
Part VII. Miscellaneous Lesions and Syndromes Joanna Rosing Paquin and Laura K. Berenstain:
40. Idiopathic pulmonary hypertension Jaime Bozentka and Jennifer Lam
41. Pulmonary hypertension and congenital heart disease Premal M. Trived
42. Pulmonary hypertension of prematurity Sheila M. Rajashekera and Chandra Ramamoorthy
43. Pulmonary hypertension and Moyamoya disease Timothy D. Switzer and Neil M. Goldenberg
44. Vascular ring Katherine L. Zaleski
45. Pericardial effusion Andrés Bacigalupo Landa and Matthew Careskey
46. Kawasaki's disease Wanda C. Miller-Hance and Lori A. Aronson
47. VACTERL syndrome Sana Ullah
48. Hurler syndrome Erin Conner and Kirk Lalwani
49. Long QT syndrome Kelly L. Grogan and Susan C. Nicolson
50. Marfan's syndrome Destiny F. Chau.

With the number of patients living with congenital heart disease steadily increasing, relevant training in anesthesia care for these patients is becoming ever more important. Written by experts in the field, this highly illustrated book succinctly reviews the pathophysiology of congenital cardiac lesions along with important anesthetic implications for each. Case scenarios cover patients of wide-ranging ages, with a focus on care in non-cardiac operating room settings, including the general operating room, cardiac catheterization laboratory and radiology. Divided into sections corresponding to the anatomic classification of each cardiac lesion, the book includes keywords for easy cross-referencing. Several lesions have multiple scenarios presented in order to allow readers to learn how to discern more critically ill patients. The stepwise approach to understanding complex lesions provides a readily accessible guide for all anesthesia providers who care for patients with congenital heart disease. The book is also a useful tool for intraoperative teaching.

• Each chapter is divided into pathophysiology and anesthetic implications allowing the reader to easily process understanding the cardiac lesion and then build on that knowledge by discussing the ways in which this affects anesthetic management
• Key clinical concepts are highlighted by clinical pearls and the addition of multiple colour illustrations of cardiac lesions allows for understanding of complex blood flow patterns
• Focuses on the clinical considerations for different types of surgical, endoscopic and imaging procedures, providing key information about how each procedure may impact anesthetic management and illustrating how decision-making changes depending on the nature of the procedure being performed